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Courses that I teach at the moment:
Economic Development (MSc, Manchester University, UK)
International Finance for Development (MSc, Manchester University, UK)
 
Courses that I taught in the past:
 
Financial Markets and Corporate Governance (MSc, Manchester University, UK)
Introduction to Mathematics and Statistics (MSc, Brunel Univesity, UK)
Labor Economics (Undergraduate, Year 4, Rutgers Univeresity, USA)
Intermediate Macroeconomics (Undergraduate, Year 2, Brunel University, UK)
Economic Development (Undergraduate, Year 2, Brunel University, UK)
Introduction to Microeconomics (Undergraduate, Year 1, Brunel University, UK)
Mathematics for Economists (Undergaduate, Year 1, Brunel University, UK)

Field work as part of my teaching activities

In 2013 I organized a field trip to Bulgaria for Masters Students in Development Economics and Public Policy. Here is the schedule of the trip and a video (and story) that the World Bank office in Sofia prepared.

 Ph.D. Students:

Peter Agamile: The potential of the new African green revolution for food and income security: critical assessment of the status of smallholder farmers in central Uganda (principal supervisor)
 
Lina Khrais: Labour markets and female empowerment in Jordan (principal supervisor)
 
Virgi Sari: State of art in social exclusion in Indonesia: does the social protection scheme protect the excluded (principal supervisor)
 
Kevwe Pela: Entrepreneurship in Nigeria (principal supervisor)
 
Olabimtan Adebowale: Access to finance in Nigeria (principal supervisor)
 
Graham Whitham: Child poverty in the UK (co-supervisor)
 
Juliet Ongwae: Mobile money innovations in Kenya (co-supervisor)
 
Lawrence Ado Kofie: Distributional aspects of educational access and attainment in Ghana (co-supervisor)
 
On the dissertation committee of
 
Stella Njoki Wambugu: Farmers' health and agriculture in less developed countries: Investigating famr households and wider health implicatiosn in rural Malawi (SOAS, University of London)
 
Vicente Rivera-Garcia: A comprehensive assessment of vulnerability, poverty and crime risks in Mexican urban households (Economics, SoSS, University of Manchester)
 
Antonio Baez: Three empirical essays on informality (Economics department, University of Barcelona)
 
Luke Harman: Cross-sector insights into the challenges of targeting and crowding out in agricultural and health voucher subsidy schemes: an economic analysis (SOAS, University of London)
 
MD Shafiul Azam: Microfinance in Bangladesh (Economics, SoSS, University of Manchester)
 
Marta Guerriero: The labour share, globalisation and democracy (IDPM, SEED, University of Manchester)
 
Mohammad Ibrahim: Rural off-farm employment in Nigeria (University of Reading)
 
Qiaoyuan Lin: Inequality of income and inequality of opportunity in China (Middlesex University, London)

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