Teaching

Toulouse School of Economics

Academic Year 2018/2019

  • Program Evaluation, M.Sc. (coordinator) - 29 hours
The course covers the main empirical methods used in program or policy evaluations, from sampling, to the estimation of treatment parameters and the construction of counterfactuals. Randomized control trials, difference-in differences, matching methods, instrumental variables, regression discontinuity designs and structural evaluation.

Academic Year 2016/2017

  • Program Evaluation, M.Sc. - 19 hours
The course covers the main empirical methods used in program or policy evaluations, from sampling, to the estimation of treatment parameters and the construction of counterfactuals. Randomized control trials, difference-in differences, matching methods, instrumental variables, regression discontinuity designs and structural evaluation.
  • Applied Econometrics, M.Sc. - 19 hours
The objective of the course is to make students able to undertake empirical work in economics. The course covers topics such as instrumental variables, panel data methods, and limited dependent variables.


Bocconi University

Academic Year 2013/2014

  • Competition Policy, Regulation and Liberalizations, M.Sc.
The course aims at equipping students with tools to interpret the economics of competition policy, regulation and liberalization. The course reviews the main theoretical tools as well as antitrust cases and regulatory and liberalization plans in network industries and public utilities.


Università Statale di Milano

Academic Year 2013/2014

  • Fundamentals in Economics, B.A. (in Italian)
The course covers fundamental microeconomic concepts.