Teaching

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Here I provide information about the courses I have taught. I most cases I try to publish as much of the material freely available here. Click on the title of the course to get to the respective course page (only most recent variants of the courses are linked). In case you have questions, comments or suggestions, please let me know. Any kind of feedback is always welcome.


In case you are interested in the material of some of minde invited lectures and smaller courses you can have a look at the collection here.


General courses



Title

Kind

Place

Date

Web-based course

(Scripts, videos, and tasks)

Online course

Always open

Economic Complexity: Theory and computational methods

Summer School course


(1 week, 1 semester-equivalent)

Exploring Economics Summer Academy

August 2017, August 2018, August 2019

An Introduction to Python and  Computational Game Theory

Mini course (3 days)

University of Szeged (HUN)

April 2018


Undergraduate courses


Title

University

Date

Governing with numbers - the political economy of economic indicators

University of Erfurt

Winter term 2018/19

Agent-based modeling and Computional Social Sciences

University of Erfurt

Summer term 2018

Exercises in Game Theory

University of Bremen

Summer term 2014, 2015, 2016

Computational Economics in R

University of Bremen

Winter term 2015/16

Innovation and Information Economics

University of Bremen

Winter term 2014/15

Exercises in evolutionary and institutional economics

University of Bremen

Winter term 2014/15, 2015/16


Graduate and Ph.D. courses


Title

University

Date

Globalization and Development

University of Duisburg-Essen

Summer term 2019

Economic Methodology and Agent-based Modelling in Python

University of Siegen

Winter term 2018/19

Individual and collective decision-making: lessons from game and complexity theory

University of Szeged

Winter term 2017/18

Evolutionary and institutional economics

University of Bremen

Summer term 2015

Applications of institutional and evolutionary economics

University of Bremen

Winter term 2014/15