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Teaching

I have been teaching at the master's level at the University of Amsterdam, and at the PhD level at the Tinbergen Institute. I have also supervised several bachelor's theses. I believe in an engaging approach catered to the individual interests and level of students. For example, for the course "Financial Regulation" I developed an interactive online game, in which business students optimize the balance sheet of a bank while complying with regulation. The game translates abstract theory to first-hand experience, and stimulated interesting discussions in class.


I am currently teaching in the following courses

Course Description
Banking (TI107)
Tinbergen Institute
PhD-level course of Prof. Enrico Perotti on banking theory, based on a classic micro-economic contractual approach, combined with more recent work on system-wide risk creation.
Financial Regulation (6314M0242Y)
University of Amsterdam
Master's course of Prof. Enrico Perotti, that covers the economic foundations of financial regulation, focusing on both micro- as well as macro-prudential policies.
Financial Markets (6314M0047Y)
University of Amsterdam
Master's course of Prof. Stefan Apring, on the functioning of financial markets and the conceptual underpinnings of market microstructure. The course is based on the textbook "Market Liquidity" by Thierry Foucault et. al.

Previously I was a teaching assistant for the following courses

Course Description
Contract Theory
Tinbergen Institute (2014)
PhD-level course taught by Prof. Randolph Sloof, on the basics of agency theory, mechanism design and incomplete contracting.
Financial Frictions in Macroeconomics
Tinbergen Institute (2014)
PhD-level course taught by Prof. Sweder van Wijnbergen, covering the consequences of market incompleteness to introduce financial frictions in macroeconomics.
Statistik I
Humboldt University Berlin (2012)
Introductory course to statistics for undergraduate students.