(A) International Trade, Henan University (2022):
I am teaching International Trade this Spring at the School of Economics at Henan University. This is a graduate level course, aimed at Master’s and PhD students, where I cover the main models of trade. The last classes of the course focus on the relationship between international trade and economic development.
(B) Natural Resources and Sustainable Development, IHEID (2017 – 2021):
I taught the Master’s course Natural Resources and Sustainable Development at the Graduate Institute in Geneva (IHEID) for 4 times. The course is a graduate introduction to Natural Resources Economics. I was responsible for teaching the practical classes and for grading problem sets. (students feedback: 2017, 2018).
“Every man’s performances, to be rightly estimated, must be compared with the state of the age in which he lived, and with his own particular opportunities […] [T]here is always a silent reference of human works to human abilities, and as the enquiry, how far man may extend his designs, or how high he may rate his native force, is of far greater dignity than in what rank we shall place any particular performance […].” Samuel Johnson, Preface to Shakespeare (1765)