ESSEC Business School:
International Economics, Master’s in Management, Grand Ecole (Spring 2023, Spring 2024); International Trade, Bachelor of Business Administration (Spring 2023, Spring 2024)

These courses serve as a comprehensive introduction to international trade theory and equip students with essential tools for trade policy analysis and discussions on the causes and the effects of the patterns of trade. It covers the classical models of Ricardo, Specific factors, and Heckscher-Ohlin, the effects of trade on economic growth and wage inequality, and new trade theory from increasing returns to firms in the global economy. The master's course provides additional derivations from the key models and other extensions such as the application of game theory to international economics. Contemporary case studies, application of current research and articles, debates, and a capstone project with each group diving into unique themes, all provide a lasting integration of the core concepts into the students' critical thinking skills.

Managerial Economics and Strategy, Master’s in Strategy (Fall 2021)

A new core course I developed that gives a solid foundation in microeconomic concepts to then build an understanding of a firm’s competitive environment, organizational dynamics, structure, and strategic possibilities. This applied economics course focuses on the application of economic methods to customized case studies based on current events in the business world. Gamification activities such as supply and demand simulation, derivation on consumer preference, and other activities both in and out of the lecture hall allow students to witness economic concepts in action in real-time scenarios. Students gain the ability to apply economic reasoning to solve real-world business challenges, making them invaluable assets to organizations seeking dynamic and analytically-driven strategic leaders.

University of Warwick:
International Economics and Economics of Strategy (Fall 2023)

Seminar sessions for this macro-oriented International Economics course and Economics of Strategy course in the Department of Economics.   

Paris Dauphine Université:
Microeconomic Theory, L3 Applied Economics Major (Fall 2021, Fall 2022)

A final-year theoretical course for the Bachelor’s in Economics program. The course derives a series of general equilibrium models on the themes of intertemporal allocation, risk sharing, and financial asset pricing under uncertainty. It starts from a setting in a pure exchange economy and then introduces production, financial markets, no-arbitrage pricing, and finally forward markets for contingent goods. Relating the theoretical models as they are derived to explain real-world phenomena, such as the movement of interest rates across heterogeneous countries, provides students with a high sense of value and intuition for the concepts.