- Public Economics (VU Finanzwissenschaft / VU Public Finance), undergraduate level (Bachelor)
This course is largely based on the book "Economics of the Public Sector" by Joseph Stiglitz. I have been teaching it since the winter semester 2017, first in German, then in English (starting from the winter semester 2018). I also translated the 123 page long script from German to English.
- History of Economic Thought (SE Felder Soziologischer Forschung: Marx Heute), graduate level (Master)
This seminar discussed the relevance and explanatory power of (some of the) writings and ideas of Karl Marx and his present-day followers for contemporary societies and events in a critical way. I taught this seminar, covering topics from economics, sociology, philosophy and history, together with Ao. Prof. Christian Gehrke and Ao. Prof. Christian Fleck in the winter semester 2018.
- Applied Agent-based modelling (PS Angewandte Systemwissenschaften 1), undergraduate level (Bachelor)
This course applies agent-based modelling to epidemiology. Its goal is to enable students to create their own epidemiological model in NetLogo, analyze it quantitatively with R and write a short paper about the model. I am teaching this course in the summer semester 2021.
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