Teaching

School of Advanced Studies (English-only full courses):

  • Spring 2022 Game Theory - 9 students

  • Fall 2022 Mathematics for Economists - 21 students

  • Fall 2022 Statistics - 14 students

  • Spring 2021 Behavioural Economics - 6 students

  • Spring 2021 Experimental Economics - 20 students

  • Fall 2020 Microeconomics 1 - 20 students

  • 2020/21 and 2021/22 Research Seminar - 29 students over 2 academic years


School of Advanced Studies (English-only parts of the courses):

  • Fall 2021 Consciousness, Cognition, Rationality - 23 students

  • Fall 2021 Modelling - 20 students

  • Fall 2020 Global Issues - 38 students

  • Fall 2020 TechEconomy - 15 students


Instructor of Record (Florida State University)

  • Fall 2019 Games and Decisions (ECO 4400) – one section (31 students)

  • Spring 2017 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory (ECO 3101) – one section (30 students)


Teaching Assistant (for Prof Dmitry Ryvkin)

Mathematical Economics (PhD-level core math course) - creating practice problems and leading recitation sessions with 8-14 students; Each summer 2016-2019.