During the spring of 2019, I was a lecturer for the course
GRA4144 Applying Economic Analysis: This course introduces students to economic analysis as a tool for making decisions in a multitude of situations that are at the core of running of a firm.
In the spring of 2017, I was a lecturer for the courses
- SØK1101 Microeconomics: Intermediate level economics course for siviløkonom students. Develops the principles of microeconomics with calculus. Emphasis on models and the use of mathematics to represent economic behavior. The main topics are consumer and producer theory, market exchange and welfare, monopoly and oligopoly (bachelor level).
- MET2920 Statistics for Economists: Introductory course in statistics. The primary goal this course is to achieve fluency in probabilistic and statistical thinking.
During the Fall Semester 2016, I was a lecturer for the courses
- EXC3520 Microeconomics: Intermediate level economics course with business applications. This course introduces students to the tools of optimization and microeconomic analysis. Relative to most microeconomics courses at the bachelor level, this course emphasizes how theorists use mathematics to model situations of interest. The goal is to develop a common framework that students can use to understand a wide range of economic decision-making (bachelor level).
- GRA6031 Microeconomics (with Gisle Natvik): Topics in microeconomics class that focuses on industrial organization. Students develop a rigorous understanding of market organization, pricing decisions, and the dynamics of competition. (master level).
- FORK1003 Economics: Preparatory course for students entering the MSc programs at the BI Norwegian business school. Covers basic microeconomic and macroeconomic theory (master level).
During the Fall Semesters 2013-2016, I was a teaching assistant for the following courses:
- GRA6039 Multivariate Statistics with Econometrics (with Steffen Grønneberg): This course provides a rigorous (i.e. a mathematical) introduction to basic techniques in multivariate data analysis, including multiple regression, time-series analysis, and principal components analysis (master level).
- GRA6664 Game Theory (with Tom-Reiel Heggedal and Leif Helland): This is an intermediate level game theory course with business applications. In addition to standard game theory topics, this course also covers some basic issues from contract theory (master level).
During the Spring Semesters 2013-2017, I was a teaching assistant for the following course:
- GRA6628 Labor Economics (with Plamen Nenov): A course on labor economics covering personell economics, contract theory, and macro-labor models (master level).