Financial Meltdown, Past and Present
University of Pennsylvania, department of History and department of Economics.
Undergraduate level. Fall 2022, in person.
Marc Flandreau and I jointly teach this course on the history of financial crises. I teach part of the modules, monitor weekly TAs work, grading and participate in exam design. It is composed of 28 bi-weekly sessions, for a group of around 90 students.
History of the International Monetary System and the US Dollar; University of Pennsylvania, department of History and department of Economics.
Undergraduate level. Spring 2022, online and in person.
Marc Flandreau and I jointly teach this course on the modern evolution of the international monetary system. I participated to the design of the syllabus, teach part of the modules and participate in the grading. It is composed of 28 bi-weekly sessions, for a group of around 50 students.
Microeconomics & Organizational economics, Université de Paris, Economics department
Undergraduate level; third year bachelor. Spring 2021; online.
I was a tutor for this course; the main professor was Ludivine Roussey. The course was composed of 8 sessions of 2 hours each week, I was in charge of a group of 30 students. The course was composed of a two parts: a first quantitative one based on standard microeconomics exercises and a second one on readings on organizational economics. I graded the oral participation and presentations and participated in the design of the online exam.
Macroeconomics; Université de Paris 1 Sorbonne, Economics department
Undergraduate level; third year bachelor. Fall 2020, in person and online.
I was a tutor for this course taught by Goulven Rubin and Luigi Moretti. I was in charge of 8 sessions of 1.5 hours for two groups of 35 students. The course covered standard macroeconomics of growth. I participated in the design of the online exams and in the grading for the full cohort of 1000 students.
Thesis Mentor, Smith College, International Studies Program in Geneva
Undergraduate level; third year bachelor. Spring and Fall 2018, Spring 2019.
I supervised six students for a 7000 words thesis, meeting them weekly to guide them from the early research design to the final manuscript. I graded their thesis and participated in the grading of the oral examinations of all the students of the cohort.
Courses at the Graduate Institute of Geneva 2018-2019, International History department
Teaching assistant for Prof. Rui Esteves:
Topics in Economic History
Graduate level; Fall 2018.
This seminar gathered 15 students and was based on 10 books that marked recent economic history. I helped answering students questions, held weekly office hours and lead one seminar session on networks in finance.
International Finance in History
Graduate level; Fall 2018.
This course covered macroeconomic history and the history of financial markets in the long run. It was composed of 15 weekly sessions, for 30 students. I helped the students go through the readings, I taught the class on the Bretton Woods system and led a general review session. I participated in the grading of the exam.
Graduate level; Spring 2019.
This course approached corruption and rent-seeking in the long run. The 20 students had mid-terms and finals that I helped to grade. I taught one session on Patrimonial States. I participated in the grading of the exam.
In 2015, I published a textbook on the new official program of Economics, Sociology and History for bachelor level students (special track: classes préparatoires HEC). 255 pages, Edition Studyrama.