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.