Teaching experience

I have taught courses on Financial Economics, Business Forecasting, Intermediate Macroeconomics, as well as Microeconomics during my employment in academia.

University of St. Gallen

At the University of St. Gallen, I have taught the following 4 econometrics courses in regular Spring/Autumn intervals during may appointment from 2010 to 2017.

1.  Time Series Econometrics (Master's Level, Spring)
2.  Linear Time Series Analysis (Bachelor's level, Spring)
3.  Bayesian Econometrics (PhD and Master's Level, Autumn)
4.  Further Topics in Regression Analysis (Bachelor's level, Autumn)

Getting Started with Econometrics Software

There are many introductory resources on the internet for various econometric or statistical software packages that you may be interested in. I have pooled a few of these together and have made them available in the left side-panel of this page.

The best way to learn a new software is to sit down in front of a computer and start working with it. Although it is annoying at times work through a very simple introductory example, it is going to help you later on when you try to implement more difficult programs, so it is time well invested.

Masters and PhD students

I have supervised and co-supervised over 30 Masters thesis and have co-supervised one PhD student. If you would like to write a Masters or PhD thesis under my supervision, send me an email with your research interests, and a suitable time so that we can try to arrange a meeting.