Teaching

     
    Professor Tarek H. Selim teaches at the department of economics, school of business, American University in Cairo. He is faculty affiliate to the Microeconomics of Competitiveness network of Harvard Business School.
     
    He has taught courses in undergraduate economics, graduate economics, MBA, executive management courses, executive policy courses, and has directed and co-directed MA and PhD degrees at various institutions.
     
    He has taught the following courses over the past ten years of his academic teaching career (2002-2012):
     
    Graduate Curriculum, Department of Economics, American University in Cairo

     

    §  Managerial Economics (MBA)

    §  Competitive Strategy and Game Theory

    §  Advanced Microeconomic Theory

    §  Economic Strategies for Sustainable Development

    §  Economic Growth and Development

    §  Environmental Economics (Selected Topics) 

    §  Economics of Competitiveness (based on course materials developed at the  

    Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness, Harvard Business School)

     

    Undergraduate Curriculum, Department of Economics, American University in Cairo 

    §  Principles of Microeconomics

    §  Intermediate Microeconomic Theory

    §  Mathematics for Economists I

    §  Mathematics for Economists II

    §  Environmental and Natural Resource Economics (Selected Topics)

    §  Competitive Economy: Firms, Industries, and Nations (based on course materials developed at the  

    Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness, Harvard Business School)

     

    Executive Education and Training

    §  Competition Policy (many training sessions)

    Egyptian Competition Authority, Smart Village, Cairo

    §  Competition and Business Strategy

    International Executive Education Institute (IEEI), American University in Cairo

    §  Competitiveness and Strategic Business Decisions

    Madinah Institute for Leadership and Entrepreneurship (MILE), Saudi Arabia

    §  Blue Ocean Strategy (BOS)

    Knowledge Economic City, Saudi Arabia

     

    Independent Study

    Taught numerous Independent Study courses for a variety of topics including Islamic finance, social welfare, industry studies, competitiveness, energy economics, game theory, and environmental valuation methods.

     

    Supervision of Graduate Theses and Dissertation

    Served on 30 Graduate MA Theses and PhD Dissertation supervision at various educational institutions:

    §  MA Theses in Economics, American University in Cairo: 17

    §  MA Theses in Public Policy, American University in Cairo: 1

    §  MA Theses in Middle East Studies, American University in Cairo: 2

    §  MA Theses in Economics, Universitat Frieburg (Germany): 1

    §  PhD Dissertation External Reviewer/Advisor, Cairo University: 5

    §  PhD Dissertation Advisor, German University in Cairo (GUC): 1

    §  MA Theses in Economics at other local universities (Zagazig, Kafr El Sheikh, MSA): 3