## IÉSEG School of Management, Lille (2022-2023)

** • Intermediate econometrics and data analysis (in English)**

**Topic:** TBA

**Content:** TBA

## University of Strasbourg (2021-2022)

** • Games and strategies**

**Topic:** course in game theory

**Content:** games with perfect and imperfect information, dominance, Nash equilibrium (pure and mixed strategies), subgame perfect equilibrium

** • Finance**

**Topic:** course in market finance

**Content:** bonds and shares evaluation, evaluation of portfiolio risk

** • Statistics and probabilities**

**Content:** probabilised space and random variables, usual laws, convergence and limit theorems, sample and sampling distribution, statistical inference and estimation

** • Microeconomics III**

**Topic:** intermediate course in microeconomics

**Content:** consumer theory (with public policy), producer theory, partial and general equilibrium, monopoly, oligopoly

** • Microeconomics II**

**Topic:** introduction to microeconomics

**Content:** preferences, marginal rate of substitution, consumer optimum, elasticity

** • Microeconomics (in English)**

**Topic:** introduction to welfare economics

**Textbook: **Varian, H. (1987 [2014])

**Content:** preference, utility, exchange, the two theorems of welfare economics, preference aggregation problems, social welfare function

## University Jean Monnet, IAE Saint-Etienne (2019-2021)

** • Introduction to macroeconomics**

**Textbook: **Mankiw, G.N. (1991 [2015]); Blanchard, O. and D. Cohen (2002 [2017])

**Content: **Keynesian economics, Okun’s law, consumption, saving, investment, the multiplier model

** • International finance**

**Topic:** the Foreign Exchange Market

**Content:** exchange rates, currency quotes, bid-ask prices, cross-rates, spot and forward, triangular arbitrage

** • International trade**

**Textbook:** Krugman, Obsfeld and Melitz (1998 [2010])

**Content:** comparative advantage, Heckscher-Ohlin model, monopolistic competition

** • Banking**

**Topic:** introduction to the role of banks in financial markets

**Content:** derivatives, technical analysis, moral hazard and adverse selection, cryptocurrencies

** • Written communication applied to economics**

**Textbook:** Core Econ

**Content:** wealth, growth, unemployment, inflation, inequalities, methodology and writing

## University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne (2017-2019)

** • Microeconomics: strategic interactions**

**Topic:** course in game theory

**Content:** expected utility theory, Nash equilibrium (pure and mixed strategies), correlated equilibrium, subgame perfect equilibrium

** • Microeconomic analysis**

**Textbook:** Guerrien and Parel (1998)

**Content:** consumer theory, producer theory, general equilibrium

## University Paris 5 Descartes (2015-2016)

** • Growth and economic policy**

**Topic:** course in macroeconomics with a focus on economic policy

**Content:** Tinbergen model, ISLM model, monetary and fiscal policies