One repays a teacher badly if one always remains nothing but a pupil. — Friedrich Nietzsche
Textbook chapter
With Juan Camilo Cardenas, Cameron Hepburn, and Begüm Özkaynak, I coauthored Unit 18: Economics and the Environment of a new, free, undergraduate economics eTextBook (edited by the brilliant Wendy Carlin & Sam Bowles).
The second edition of this chapter is now available online. Here is a PDF, which is certainly not as beautiful as the online version!
I would really appreciate any feedback on this chapter, especially if you’re a student!
I am not teaching during the 20162017 academic year.
The courses I taught (either as a TA or a tutor) at the University of Oxford in 20102013 are below.
Undergraduate
Game Theory
Convenor: Péter Eső
Textbook: Martin J. Osborne, An Introduction to Game Theory.
Lecture slides and problem sets on Weblearn.
Core Microeconomics
Convenor: Godfrey Keller
A good textbook for the course is: David M. Kreps, A Course in Microeconomic Theory.
Lecture slides and problem sets on Weblearn.
Prelims Macroeconomics
Lecturer: John Vickers
Textbook: N. Gregory Mankiw, Macroeconomics (7th ed.)
Lecture slides on Weblearn.
Elementary Mathematical Methods
Lecturers: Donna Harris and Andy Mell
Lecture slides and problem sets on Weblearn.
Graduate
Research Methods for Social Sciences
Lecturer: Imane Chaara
Class 1 // data // // Solution to homework using Stata // // Solution to class problem//
Class 2 // data // // Solution to homework using Stata // // More Stata techniques //
Summer schools
 Graduate Summer School: Games and Contracts for CyberPhysical Security, Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics, UCLA (2015)

Conference on New Institutional Economics (ESNIE), Corsica (2015)

Russian Summer School on Institutional Analysis, Moscow (2014 & 2015)