*Postgraduate Courses*

– European Economic Policy

*The topics covered belong to the area of models of economic integration (micro and macro)*

– Behavioural Economics

*The topics covered belong to the area of micro and macro economic models with data analysis in behavioural economics (scrapping algorithms, economics experiments)*

*Undergraduate Courses*

– Topics in Economic Dynamics (4rth Year)

*The topics covered belong to the area of dynamic macroeconomic modelling. Also this course studies the growth process of economies from the dawn of civilization up to the contemporary era. Main Textbook: Unified Growth Theory, Oded Galor.*

– Advanced Mathematics (1st Year)

*The topics covered belong to the area of advanced mathematics for economics: Constrained optimization, concave programming, Differential-Difference equations, Dynamic Systems. Main textbooks: 1. M. Hoy, J. Livernois, C. McKenna, R. Rees, T. Stengos, 2001, “Mathematics for Economics”*

– Monetary Theory and Policy (4rth Year)

*The topics covered belong to the area of monetary theory and policy with computation model such as DSGE and New Keynesian.*

*Previous Undergraduate and Postgraduate Courses taught*

– Economic Growth.

*This course studies the growth process of economies from the dawn of civilization up to the contemporary era. Main Textbook: Unified Growth Theory, Oded Galor.*

– Principles of Economics (Macroeconomics),

The topics covered are IS-LM static models, Economic Growth, Theories of Unemployment and Inflation, AS-AD model to study economic fluctuations. Main Textbook: Mankiw N.G. and Taylor M.P., “Economics”.

*20010-14. The Economics of Labour Markets – Department of Economics and Finance, Brunel University London, UK.*

This course goes through a deep understanding on how the Labour Market work. Topics include: Derivation of Labour Supply and Demand, Equilibrium Wage, Human Capital, Migration, Welfare Programs and Unemployment rate. Incentives and bargaining process in Labour Market. Macroeconomic issues and Labour. Main textbooks: George J. Borjas, Labor Economics, International Edition.

**2009-10. Mathematics for Economists II** – Department of Economics, University of Cyprus.

**2009-10. Macroeconomic Theory (OIK 221)** – Department of Economics, University of Cyprus.

**2008-9. International Economics** (joint with A. Galynou) – Department of International and European Economic Studies, AUEB.

**2008 Macroeconomics** **(MSc)** – MSc in International Economics and Finance, AUEB, DIEES.

The topics covered belong to the area of macroeconomics dynamics i.e. solving differential-difference equations, optimal control theory, dynamic programming, growth theory.

*Previous courses as a TA*

**Mathematics II** **(BSc)** – Teaching Assistant – BSc in International and European Economic Studies, AUEB, DIEES.

The topics covered belong to the area of advanced mathematics for economics: Differential-Difference equations and Dynamic Systems in detail.

**Macroeconomics (MSc) **– Preparation Class – MSc in International Economics and Finance, AUEB, DIEES.

The topics covered are IS-LM static models, Theories of Unemployment and Inflation, the Mundell-Fleming model. Main textbooks (Greek): Olivier Blanchard, 2006, “Μακροοικονομική”, Gregory Mankiw, 2005, “Μακροοικονομική”.