Courses Taught

Teaching Fellows lead classes spanning the wide field of economic science. Typically they teach courses that introduce core principles of Western economics, laying a crucial foundation so that students in the region can go deeper in their studies with a critical perspective and inquisitive minds.

 

A consolidated list of the courses Teaching Fellows have taught in 2007–2016:

Core Economic Principles (691 courses, 37 019 students)
  • Economic Principles

  • Macroeconomic Principles 

  • Mathematical Methods in Economics

  • Microeconomic Principles 

  • Econometric Principles

 

 

Intermediate Economic Concepts (42 courses, 2 025 students)
  • Intermediate Economics 

  • Intermediate Macroeconomics 

  • Intermediate Microeconomics

 

 

Advanced Economic Concepts (330 courses, 18 05 students)
  • Advanced Economics 

  • Advanced Macroeconomics 

  • Advanced Microeconomics 

  • Finance/Corporate Finance/Financial Markets

  • Game Theory/Advanced Micro/Contract Theory 

  • Theory of the Firm/IO/Corporate Governance 

  • Advanced Econometrics

 

 

Data Analysis (124 courses, 6 981 students)
  • Intermediate Econometrics 

  • Other Data Analysis 

  • Statistics

 

 

Economic Policy (145 courses, 4 784 students)
  • Economic Policy 

  • Economics of Education 

  • Health Economics 

  • Institutional Economics 

  • Labor Economics 

  • Political Economy 

  • Public Economics 

 

 

International Trade (6 courses, 2 461students)

 

Research Methodology (25 courses, 777 students)

 

Other (30 courses, 1 722 students)​​
  • Academic Writing

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