## Lecturing

I have Lectured the following courses (and topics):

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**Emerging Financial Markets, MSc Finance and Management, Heriot-Watt University (2020-2021) **
- Financial repression and Liberalisation: Arm's length vs Relationship Based finance, The East Asian Financial Crisis of 1997, Stock Market Liberalisation and Equity Prices; Finance Growth and Development: Schumpeterian hypothesis of growth, Law, Endowments and Finance, Financial Intermediation and Growth, Securities Laws and Financial Development.
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**Econometrics Project (3rd year), Edinburgh Business School, Heriot-Watt University (2020) **
- Applied labs using Stata and a wide range of econometric techniques.
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**Intermediate Microeconomics, SGPE summer school for MSc, The University of Edinburgh (2017-2020) **
- Supply and Demand, Consumption, Demand, Firms and Production, Costs, Competitive Markets, General Equilibrium, Game Theory, Uncertainty, Information.
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**Basic Statistics for MSc, SGPE MSc, The University of Edinburgh (2019) **
- Applied labs using Stata: Probability Theory, Probability Distributions, Descriptive Statistics, Statistical Inference, Law of Large Numbers, Central Limit Theory, Confidence Intervals, Hypothesis Testing.

## Teaching

I have tutored/TA on the following courses (and topics):

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**Introductory Econometrics (C29IE), Edinburgh Business School, Heriot-Watt University (2020) **
- Ordinary Least Squares (OLS), Time Series, Causal Inference, Econometric Theory.
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**Econometrics 1 (ECNM11043) SGPE MSc, The University of Edinburgh (2020).**
- Applied labs using Stata: Introduction to Stata, Mata, Monte Carlos Simulations, OLS, Feasible GLS, IV, GMM, Non-Linear GMM, Probit, Logit, LDV Models, Panel Data, Dynamic Panel Data and Bootstrapping
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**The Economy (1st year), Edinburgh Business School, Heriot-Watt University (2020).**
- Economics of the Environment, The Nation and the World Economy, Unemployment, Phillips curve and Policy, Growth and Development, Behaviour and Game Theory.
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**Statistical Methods for Economics, Department of Economics, The University of Edinburgh (2016-2019).**
- (Head Tutor) Sample spaces, Events, Probabilities; Conditioning and Independence, Bayes' formula; Discrete Random Variables, Expectation, Variance, Mean, Independence; Continuous Random Variables, Distributions and Densities; Covariance, Correlation, Central Limit Theorem; Summary Statistics; Sampling Distributions; Hypothesis Testing; Interval Estimation; Simple Linear Regression, and Multiple Regression.
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**Stata Helpdesk (4th Year), Department of Economics, The University of Edinburgh (2019).**
- Stata Helpdesk aimed at 4th year students working on their Thesis.
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**Essentials of Econometrics, Department of Economics, The University of Edinburgh (2018)**
- Course coordinator, Professor Maia Guell.
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**Economics 1, Department of Economics, The University of Edinburgh (2016-2017)**
- Calculus-based course. The first semester focuses on developing and using models of supply and demand in microeconomic (individual market) contexts. The second semester considers macroeconomic (aggregate, economy-wide) phenomena. It looks in greater depth at national income accounting, economic growth, money and inflation; labour markets and unemployment.