Teaching | Undergraduate & Graduate Courses

I consider teaching a very rewarding experience and I enjoy every bit of it (except grading). My formal teaching responsibilities at Drexel University so far include two courses at the Ph.D. level, one Master of Science course, and two undergraduate courses. I also taught at Princeton University (Master level) and at Boston College (Undergraduate level). Recently, I developed a mini course on "Trade Policy Analysis with Structural Gravity", and I have been teaching it at various international organizations and universities around the globe. This web page provides access to teaching materials for my current classes and it lists all courses that I have taught previously. In addition to my formal teaching responsibilities, I have been actively involved in graduate and undergraduate advising and I have participated in a number of teaching committees, teaching panels, orientations, faculty mentoring, and teaching development workshops. Currently, I am a Faculty Fellow of the Drexel Center for Academic Excellence (DCAE) and I was formerly a Distinguished Fellow of the Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) at the LeBow College of Business.


Recent Courses

ECON 201: Principles of Microeconomics

This course is designed to introduce you to Economics, as a study of choice under scarcity, and Microeconomics in particular, as the natural starting point in this direction. Formally, the course could be divided into two parts. First, I will introduce you to the concepts of "demand" and "supply"...

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INTB 334: International Trade

The purpose of this course is to introduce you to the exciting and dynamic field of International Trade. Formally, the course could be divided into two parts: Trade Theory and Trade Policy. During the first part, we will study some of the most influential theoretical models of international trade. As a result, we ...

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Trade Policy Analysis with Structural Gravity

The objective of this mini course is to serve as a practical guide for trade policy analysis with the gravity model of trade. The course offers a comprehensive and balanced approach between theory and empirics: It describes best practices for estimating the partial equilibrium effects of trade policy within ...

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Complete List of Courses

GRAVITY:   Trade Policy Analysis with Structural Gravity
                    Graduate Level, Mini Course | Multiple Times | Various Places
ECON 969: International Trade Seminar
                    Graduate Level, Ph.D. | Multiple Times | Drexel University

ECON 961: Empirical International Trade
                    Graduate Level, Ph.D. | Multiple Times | Drexel University
ECON 630: International Trade: Theory and Policy
                    Graduate Level, (MSc) | Fall 2015 | Drexel University
WWS 543:   International Trade Policy
                    Graduate Level (MPA) | Multiple Times | Princeton University
INTB 334:    International Trade
                    Undergraduate Level | Multiple Times | Drexel University
ECON 201: Principles of Microeconomics
                    Undergraduate Level | Multiple Times | Drexel University
ECON 131: Principles of Microeconomics
                    Undergraduate Level | Multiple Times | Boston College