Current teaching:

  • Economics of Innovation (Master; every spring semester)

  • Microeconomics II (Master; every fall semester)

  • PhD Reading Group (every semester, contact me if you would like to participate)

Thesis supervision:

  • Most of the students who write their thesis with me do so after attending my class Economics of Innovation. This is not required, but it can be helpful.

  • In general, I can supervise theses which focus on microeconomic theory or industrial organization. For ideas about topics that I find interesting, you can take a look at my current research.

  • If you are interested in writing your thesis with me, please send me an e-mail with your CV, current transcript of grades, and a summary of an idea, if you have one. If you do not have an idea, that is also OK.

Useful software:

  • Overleaf. If you need to write a thesis, or a homework assignment with a lot of mathematical notation, the best way to do it is to use LaTeX. However, LaTeX can be difficult to install and start using. Overleaf is an online app, so there is no installation required, and you still get the full power of LaTeX.

  • Zotero. Helps you collect and organize research articles, and it can even automatically create bibliography for you.

  • OneNote. Microsoft's note-taking program. It is available on basically all devices, so you can take notes on whatever you have handy. It is very easy to add a photo to your notes (for example, of a page in a book, of something you wrote on a piece of paper, or of something on a whiteboard). It also has a very good search function.