I will be teaching three courses at Todai during the academic year 2016-17. These courses are offered to graduate students at the Economics Department and the Graduate School of Public Policy.
Core Microeconomics 2: Game Theory - a graduate-level first course in game theory, including topics on repeated games, contract theory and information economics.
Auctions and Mechanism Design - a first course introducing the main topics and some recent developments.
The Economists' Toolkit - a course on doing research, writing papers and presenting your work.
A summary of the courses I have previously taught at the University of Oxford is below.
Lectures on Industrial Organization, for M.Phil in Economics.
Classes on Core Microeconomics and Core Econometrics, for M.Phil in Economics.
Classes on Microeconomics and Macroeconomics, for Masters in Financial Economics, at the Said Business School.
Tutorials on Mathematical Methods and Introductory Microeconomics, for B.A. in Philosophy, Politics and Economics.