Second Semester 2021: Econ 271: Behavioural Economics

All course related material will be available via the Canvas page for the course. There is required textbook for the course. The university bookshop will carry this. It is also available from Amazon in different formats.

First Semester 2021: Economics, Markets and Law

Module 3: Demand, Supply and Market Equilibrium

Module 4: Market Structure and Monopoly

Module 5: Elasticity and Applications

Module 6: GDP and CPI

Module 7: Saving and Investment in a closed economy

Module 8: Exchange rates

Module 9: Saving and Investment in an open economy (macroeconomics with international capital flows)

Module 10: Aggregate demand, aggregate supply and monetary policy

Module 11: Aggregate demand, aggregate supply and fiscal policy

In 2020, I taught MLD 302 Behavioral Decision Making at Harvard Kennedy School.

In 2019, I designed a course in Behavioural Economics, meant for second and third year students. I am planning on teaching this course on a regular basis in the near future.

In recent times, I have taught the course Understanding the Global Economy at the first year undergraduate level. I was responsible for designing this course and taught it on a regular basis for a number of years.