Trinity College Dublin

  • ECU33011 Economic Analysis A (3rd year undergraduate module)

    This module provides an understanding of the most commonly used ways at looking at the macroeconomy, their strengths and weaknesses, as well as some of their policy implications. The focus is on short run business cycle macroeconomics. The purpose is to enable students to understand some of the assumptions underpinning the models that macroeconomists commonly use, as well as some of their implications. This will allow students both to evaluate economic policy options and recommendations as well as to engage with the debate on the development of macroeconomics.

  • ECU33051 Investment Analysis A (3rd year undergraduate module)

    This module analyses, at both a practical and theoretical level, the process of investment in financial markets. Its aims are to introduce students to the various types of financial instruments in common use, to the economic theories that explain how they are priced, to the risks factors which affect their pricing and to the markets in which they are traded. The types of securities considered include interest-bearing securities and derivatives (options, futures, etc.). Students will also get familiar with the analysis of financial data.

University of Hohenheim (Stuttgart, Germany)

MSc. degree program, in English
  • Advanced Macroeconomics

  • Macroeconomics of Unemployment

  • Labor Supply, Immigration and Wage Inequality

  • Optimization in Economic Theory

  • Supervision of master theses

  • Supervision of seminar papers (major Labor Economics)

BSc. degree programs, in German
  • Macroeconomics (Economics), in German

  • Macroeconomics (Communication Studies), in German

  • Microeconomics (Communication Studies), in German

  • Supervision of bachelor theses

  • Supervision of research-based projects conducted by undergraduate students as a part of “Humboldt Reloaded” project (funded by the Ministry of Education and Research)