Teaching

Yale University: In the Fall 2018 term, I am teaching a Political Economy Course at the Undergraduate Level. The class provides an introduction to the theory of political decision-making, including the theory of voting and electoral competition, political agency models, legislative bargaining and behavioral political political economy. Students are assigned problem sets and are also required to present a paper and write a referee report.

University of Naples: I taught my own Microeconomics course in the English-language M.Sc. in Economics and Finance (LMEF/MEF). The LMEF is a highly quantitative M.Sc. degree designed for students willing to pursue Ph.D. studies or professional careers in Economics and Finance. My course (Microeconomics 1) covered Choice and Demand Theory, Production Theory, Choice under Uncertainty and some elements of General Equilibrium Theory.
I fully designed lectures and I was also responsible for problem sets and exercise classes.

European University Institute:  Teaching Assistant for Andrea Mattozzi's Microeconomics course at the EUI (a compulsory course for students in the 1st year of the PhD program) between 2014 and 2016 (three academic years). The course focuses on Information Economics and Mechanism Design. My main task consisted in preparing problem sets and holding weekly exercise classes. I also took part in the revision of lecture notes and exam questions. You can find the evaluation forms here.


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Giovanni Andreottola,
Oct 31, 2016, 7:22 AM
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Giovanni Andreottola,
Oct 14, 2016, 6:45 AM