I currently teach courses in dynamic economic modelling and empirical industrial organization. My recent teaching also includes an introduction to econometrics and honours classes in econometrics.

Dynamic Economic Models (MSc)

I have been teaching this course in Tilburg's MSc in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics (325134) since 2017-18.  Students who have completed it master the core theory of dynamic decision making under uncertainty, with and without strategic interactions between decision makers (“agents”). They understand and can apply some standard econometric methods for estimating the unknown parameters of such decision problems and games using data on actual decisions and outcomes. They can numerically solve decision problems that are quantified using such empirical analysis and/or expert opinion. They can apply the theory and methods taught to actual decision problems in economics and business. 


Empirical industrial organization (RM/PhD)

I teach this course in Tilburg with Tobias Klein and Nicola Pavanini (230319 and 230323). I also taught its second half in the Finnish Doctoral Programme in Economics (SEIO11). The course targets second year Research Master and PhD students in business and economics with an interest in structural econometrics and computational economics. It aims at familiarizing them with current research in empirical industrial organization and marketing, and preparing them to do their own research in the field.


Duration analysis (RM/PhD)

In June 2019, I taught a condensed version of this course as PhD lectures at the Toulouse School of Economics. Earlier, I taught variants of it in the Danish Graduate Programme in Economics (Aarhus, Denmark) and at the University of Chicago (Econ 315+316), University College London (BP3), the ENSAE in Malakoff (Paris), Tinbergen Institute (721/I), the CIdE Summer School of Econometrics (Bertinoro, Italy), and Yale University.


Econometrics (BSc)

I taught this second year BSc economics course in Tilburg from 2010-11 to 2016-2017. I taught a similar course at the University of Chicago in 2000-01 (Econ 210). It provides an introduction to econometric methods, with a strong emphasis on the application of these methods in applied economic research.


The econometrics of market structure and competition (BSc/MSc)

I taught this short course from 2009-10 to 2016-17 (on this topic since 2010-11). It was the econometrics unit in the CentER Honors Program, an extracurricular program that was offered annually to Tilburg's 30 best BSc and MSc students in economics, econometrics, and business.


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