Since summer 2015, I am lecturing a fourth year undergraduate course in growth theory and an elective course in intermediate business cycle theory at Leibniz University Hannover . You can find the course descriptions here. I still occasionally teach classes in econometrics (for the GLaD PhDs in Göttingen and Hannover, in summer schools and for students in Braunschweig).

From 2012 to 2015, I actively involved in several econometrics classes at Maastricht University where designed a course sequence for masters students and PhDs at two levels or speeds.

I still teach part of a course called the “Global Social Challenge” in the Social Protection Policy Design and Financing specialization of our Masters of Science in Public Policy (MPP). Here are last year’s slides (Students, please check for updated versions on EleUM):

In summer 2013 and 2014, we offered a new summer course called “Discovering Econometrics with R” at SBE. I later turned this into the a graduate course called “Monte Metrics”. As a teaser, you can find the slides for Day 1 here: Introduction to R (2up).