Courses I have taught:
- Micro 3 – Information Economics (2020-): First-year PhD course (Topics: Adverse selection, strategic communication, principal-agent-models, mechanism design, auctions, information design, social learning)
- Strategic Thinking: Theory and Practice (2020-): Course in the Masters in Applied Economics Program
- Microeconomics I (2016-2019): Classes in the first year of the MPhil in Economics (Topics: Mathematical Methods, Consumer and Producer Theory, Choice under Uncertainty, Game Theory, Industrial Organization)
- I also taught tutorials at Oxford colleges (Exeter, St Catherine’s) on a case-by-case basis.
- Micro C – Game Theory (2012-2013). Click here to see outline and plan for fall 2013.
- I supervised bachelor thesis students in English and Danish. Example topics:
- Bargaining and the 2013 teacher’s lockout: A theoretical investigation
- Signaling about a firm’s quality through choice of capital structure
Evaluations and Awards:
- Evaluations from Michaelmas (= fall term) 2018 (classes in Microeconomics at Oxford University).
- Evaluations from Michaelmas 2017 (classes in Microeconomics at Oxford University).
- Evaluations from Fall 2013 (lectures in Micro C at Copenhagen University).
- Teaching award 1: In 2020, I received the CERGE-EI Teaching Award for the course Micro 3 – Information Economics.
- Teaching award 2: In 2019, I received a Teaching Excellence Award “for outstanding teaching of graduate classes” from the University of Oxford. Click here to see the diploma.
- Teaching award 3: In 2013, I received the annual Award of the Department of Economics for Excellent Teaching at Copenhagen University for my lectures in Micro C. Click here to see the diploma.