Teaching

Monetary Policy in a New Era

Monetary Policy in a New Era, Université de Neuchâtel (spring semester 2021), Master course by Fabio Canetg.

This is a course I designed during my time as a PhD student at the University of Bern. The seminar allows to specialize in current monetary policy making. In particular, students learn about new monetary policy tools such as quantitative easing, negative interest rate policies, and forward guidance. Also, they discuss alternative monetary policy regimes such as average inflation targeting, price level targeting, and nominal GDP targeting.

Monetary Policy in a New Era (Syllabus).pdf

Macroeconomics

International Monetary Economics, University of Bern (spring semester 2017, 2018, 2019), Master course by Prof. Harris Dellas (University of Bern) and Prof. Pierpaolo Benigno (LUISS Guido Carli, Rom).

This course covered several key issues in international macroeconomics. I designed and taught a weekly exercise session in which students learned how to use dynamic stochastic general equilibrium (DSGE) models to study questions related to the determination of the current account, the real and nominal exchange rate, sovereign debt and sovereign default, and exchange rate regimes.

Macroeconomics and International Economics, University of Bern (spring semester 2018), Master course by Prof. Fabrice Collard (Toulouse School of Economics) and Prof. Harris Dellas (University of Bern).

In this course, students had to replicate a theoretical macro paper. I covered practical and theoretical aspects of simulating dynamic stochastic general equilibrium (DSGE) models on a computer. This included the derivation of a linearized and deflated model representation as well as the estimation and simulation in MATLAB and Dynare. I also supported the students in preparing a presentation and writing an essay.

Macroeconomics I, University of Bern (fall semester 2014), Bachelor course by Prof. Carlos Lenz (Swiss National Bank).

This is the advanced macroeconomics course in the bachelor's program in economics at the University of Bern. I taught the exercise sessions in which I had to cover topics such as intertemporal consumption/savings decisions, the Phillips curve, sovereign debt and Riccardian equivalence, exchange rate regimes and the Mundell-Fleming model, and the Solow model.

Introductury Macroeconomics, University of Bern (spring semester 2015), Bachelor course by Prof. Carlos Lenz (Swiss National Bank).

This is the introductury macroeconomics course in the bachelor's program in economics at the University of Bern. Bachelor course (2. semester) by Prof. Dr. Carlos Lenz (Swiss National Bank). I taught the exercise sessions in which I had to cover topics such as the IS/LM model, the AS/AD model, and monetary policy during and after the Great Financial Crisis.

Instruments of Financial Markets, Study Center Gerzensee (fall semester 2018, 2020), Central bankers' course by Prof. Michel Habib (University of Zurich).

This course covered various instruments of financial markets. I was in charge of a daily exercise session in which I taught students about futures pricing, arbitrage strategies, and bond yields.

Doing Economics With The Computer, University of Bern (fall semester 2018), Bachelor course by Prof. Harris Dellas (University of Bern).

In this course, students learned how to use Excel, Dynare, and MATLAB to solve economic problems. I taught the sessions about MATLAB. Also, I prepared and corrected a take-home exercise on optimization and valuation in MATLAB.

Publiziertes Lehrmaterial

Volkswirtschaftslehre (Brunetti, 2015) - VWL plus: Unkonventionelle Geldpolitik (Link)

Volkswirtschaftslehre (Brunetti, 2015) - VWL plus: Wechselkurskonzepte und Wechselkursregime (Link)

Volkswirtschaftslehre (Brunetti, 2015) - VWL plus: Nachfragekurve: Nutzen und Budget (Link)

Volkswirtschaftslehre (Brunetti, 2015) - VWL plus: Der keynesianische Multiplikator (Link)

Volkswirtschaftslehre (Brunetti, 2015) - VWL plus: Die Zahlungsbilanz (Link)


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