Econometrics I (5SSPP213), King's College, London, 2017-8
An introductory econometrics course covering probability and statistics up to multivariate regression (incl. Gauss-Markov Theorem, extensive discussion of omitted variables bias and a practical empirical project for assessment), using Wooldridge's Introductory Econometrics, taught for Prof. Michael P. Keane. I was responsible for leading seminar groups and grading final exams.
Preliminary Microeconomics, Wadham College, University of Oxford, 2016-7
Equivalent of a calculus-based intermediate microeconomics course at a four-year university, taught for Prof. Alan Beggs. Covered consumer and producer theory, introductory game theory, welfare (up to Compensating vs. Equivalent Variation), externalities, adverse selection, moral hazard and public goods. I was responsible for grading problem sets, providing additional classes on mathematics for economics, and organizing review sessions before the final exams.
Honours Econometrics (ECO4016F), University of Cape Town, 2013
A Stata-based econometrics course for advanced undergraduates taught for Prof. Malcolm Keswell. Course material included maximum likelihood estimation, Classical-Errors-in-Variables, panel data methods (Random Effects, Fixed Effects), limited dependent variable models (Logit, Probit and Tobit), sample selection corrections (Heckit), instrumental variables, and time series at the level of Wooldridge's Introductory Econometrics. I was one of two teaching assistants, the other of whom was responsible for the lab-based section of the course, while I was responsible for designing and grading problem sets and leading tutorials on the problem set material. Both tutors graded the final exam.
Public Sector Economics (ECO3023S), University of Cape Town, 2012 (Award: Best Tutor)
A first course in Public Economics for advanced undergraduates, taught for Dr Sean Muller and Prof. Ingrid Woolard. Topics covered included social choice theory and voting, nationalization versus privatization, taxation and social spending, fiscal policy and government debt, and fiscal federalism and the Tiebout model. I graded assignments and led discussion of the assigned problems in tutorials.