I teach a variety of courses on macroeconomics and monetary policy, public economics, and programming in economics across different programs. I regularly supervise policy and seminar papers, bachelor thesis, and master thesis. I have teaching experience in German bachelor, master, and PhD programs and Dutch bachelor and research master programs. An overview of courses can be found below.

I have been awarded a Teaching Innovation Grant by the Tilburg School of Economics and Management to develop a macroeconomics course bridging the significant gap between bachelor and (research-)master macroeconomics. The course aims at teaching bachelor students dynamic macroeconomics in an intuitive and applied way, supplying them with the tools to run computational simulations, and to conduct educated monetary and fiscal policy analysis. More information can be found by clicking on the link below:

Course Overview

Macroeconomics (BSc)

Principles of Macroeconomics (Tutorial):

Leipzig University: Fall Term 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021

Macroeconomic - Econometrics and Operations Research (Lecture):

Tilburg University: Fall Term 2022

Quantitative Dynamic Macroeconomics (BSc)

Quantitative Dynamic Macroeconomics (Lecture):

Leipzig University: Spring Term 2022

Tilburg University: Fall Term 2023

Public Economics (BSc)

Public Sector Economics (Lecture):

Tilburg University: Spring Term 2023

Macroeconomics (MSc/RM)

Preparatory Course (Tutorial):

Leipzig University: Spring Term 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022

Lectures on Labor Market SaM (Lecture):

Leipzig University: Spring Term 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022. Fall Term 2017

Macroeconomics 2 CentER (Tutorial):

Tilburg University: Spring Term 2023

Programming in Economics (BSc/PhD)

Introduction to Octave and MATLAB (Lecture and Tutorial):

Leipzig University: Spring Term 2020, 2021, and 2022

Institute for Economic Research Halle: Spring Term 2022 and 2023

Programming in R and Python (Tutorial): 

Tilburg University: Spring Term 2023