Teaching Material

The courses that I teach can be found on github.

Courses that I am currently teaching:

  • Programming for Economists is a first year BSc course where we give economic students an introduction to the programming languages Python and R. It is not a traditional introduction to programming with an emphasis on programming concepts and programming examples (like sorting routines). Instead we show students from the start how to use these programming languages in economics with applications like solving equations, maximizing functions, calculating equilibria (fixed points), handling data, plotting data etc.
  • Applied Economics is an MSc course in economics preparing students to write their MSc thesis. The part that I teach uses Python to teach students how to solve models, do simulations, plot results etc. and write about these in a way that is understandable to people who do not know python nor a lot of economics.
  • Advanced Industrial Organization is a graduate course in contract theory focusing on contractual externalities and bilateral contracting.

Material of courses that I have taught in the past:

  • Competition Policy and Regulation is a third year BSc course on competition policy. We go over topics like market definition, predation, foreclosure, regulation (especially in health care markets). The material is illustrated using Python simulations.