Teaching

Summer Semester 2019

Economics of Conflicts at LMU Munich (together with Marco Serena)

Teaching Interests

Microeconomics, Econometrics, Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Development Economics, Program Evaluation (all at graduate or undergraduate level)

Teaching Experience

Lecturer at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU), München

  • Economics of Conflicts  – M.A. level course (Summer 2018, Summer 2019).
    Fully responsible for the design, preparation, teaching, and grading of an elective master’s course. Half of the course focuses on economic theory (taught by Marco Serena) and half on empirical economics (taught by Jana Cahlikova). Syllabus available upon request.

Lecturer at CERGE-EI, Prague

  • Development and Behavioral Economics  – M.A. level course (Spring 2019).
    Jointly taught by Michal Bauer (3/4 of the course) and Jana Cahlikova (1/4 of the course). Fully responsible for the design, preparation, teaching, and grading of 1/4 of an elective course within the Master in Applied Economics. Syllabus available upon request.

Lecturer at Anglo-American University, Prague

  • Political Economy – B.A. level course (Spring 2012, Fall 2012, Spring 2013, Fall 2014).
    Fully responsible for the design, preparation, teaching, and grading of an undergraduate course in Political Economy. Syllabus available upon request.
  • International Trade – M.A. level course (Fall 2012, Fall 2014).
    Fully responsible for the design, preparation, teaching, and grading of a graduate course in International Trade. The focus of the course is on trade policy. Syllabus available upon request.

Teaching Assistant for graduate level courses at CERGE-EI, Prague

  • Econometrics IV (Spring 2013);
  • Microeconomics 0 (Summer 2012, Summer 2013, Summer 2014);
  • Microeconomics I (Fall 2010);
  • Microeconomics II (Spring 2011, Spring 2012)).