I am a dedicated and enthusiastic teacher with experience teaching both undergraduate and graduate students. I will be able to offer a wide variety of substantive courses at the introductory and graduate level in the following topics: theories of international relations, international political economy, alliance politics, trade politics, economic interdependence and international conflict, international organization, and regional integration. I would also be able to offer both introductory and graduate level methods courses such as game theory, ordinary least square estimation, and maximum likelihood estimation.
Osaka University of Economics (2014- present)
Teaching in Japanese
- International Relations Theory I: Undergraduate.
- International Relations Theory II: Undergraduate.
Teaching in English
- Japanese Politics: Undergraduate. (2014, 2015) Ritsumeikan University, College of International Relations.
Teaching in Japanese
- Game Theory: Graduate. (2015) Kwansei Gakuin University, School of Law and Politics.
- Game Theory: Undergraduate. (2015) Kwansei Gakuin University, School of Law and Politics.
Trinity College Dublin (2010-2013)
PO3600: Research Methods (2010, 2011, 2012) / A year-long introductory course to Research Design, Game Theory, and Statistics.
PO7000: Political Economy (Winter 2011) / A Ph.D. survey course for Political Economy.
PO7001: Quantitative Methods I (Fall 2011, Fall 2012) / A Ph.D. introductory course for Statistical Analysis.
PO8008: International Conflict (Fall 2010, Fall 2011, Fall 2012) / A Master's core course.
PO8010: Politics of Development (Winter 2011) / A Master's elective course.
University of California, Los Angeles (Teaching Fellow (2008-09) / Teaching Associate (2007-08) / Teaching Assistant (2006-07))
PS20: World Politics (Spring 2006) / with Prof. Peter Thompson, Introduction to International Relations.
PS30: Politics and Strategy (Winter 2006, Winter 2007, Fall 2008, Winter 2009) / with Prof. Kathleen Bawn and Prof. Michael Chwe, Introductory game theory course for the undergraduate.
PS172: Strategy and Conflict (Spring 2007) / with Prof. Jeffrey Lewis and Prof. James Honaker, Advanced game theory course for the undergraduate.
PS204: Game Theory in Politics (Fall 2006, Fall 2007) / with Prof. George Tsebelis and Prof. Barry O'Neill, Game theory course for the graduate.