I enjoy teaching a mix of political economy and public policy analysis courses covering a wide range of issues related to interest representation in international rule-making and standard-setting, issues related to monitoring and enforcement of private and public international regimes, the politics of international law as well as the comparative analysis of regimes in areas such as the regulation of trade, energy, telecommunications, knowledge, intellectual property and the environment.

Undergraduate Teaching
Richmond the American International University in London
Introduction to International Relations
Evolution of International Systems
International Political Economy
2016-2017 (forthcoming)
Evolution of International Systems
Politics of International Law

London School of Economics and Political Science
LSE100 The LSE Course
Public Policy Analysis

Postgraduate Teaching
Richmond The American International University in London
Global Political Economy
2016-2017 (forthcoming)
International Organization

University College London
Regulation and Public Policy