I have taught econometrics courses at the Bachelor's and Master's level at the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU), served as a teaching assistant at the Central European University (CEU), and organised two reading circles.
- Bayesian Macroeconometrics (WU Economics Master).
- Econometrics II (WU Bachelor).
- Applied Econometrics (WU Bachelor).
- Econometrics 2 (as TA, CEU Economics Master).
Reading circleI organised and headed two elective reading circles at WU. The goal was for students to discuss a range of economics- and research-related issues among themselves and with guests. A random (refresh to shuffle) subset of topics (and guests) is:
- evidence-based consulting (Gabriel Felbermayr),
- economics of automation (Klaus Prettner),
- the Austrian micro data center (Harald Oberhofer),
- uncertainty and growth (Jesús Crespo Cuaresma),
- economics and politics of migration (Peter Brummund),
- the Austrian national budget (Markus Marterbauer),
- economic policy consulting (Christoph Badelt),
- monetary policy in practice (Ewald Nowotny),
- land use policy in Austria (Barbara Birli),
- labour market experiments (Lukas Lehner & Anna Schwarz),
- corporations and economic policy (Wilfried Altzinger),
- new approaches to monetary policy (Lea Steininger),
- green growth (Colleen Schneider & Thomas Neier),
- incarceration and the racial divide (Fabian Siuda),