At the University of Groningen, I teach two Ethics courses to undergraduate students for the Faculty of Economics and Business. I am also the coordinator of these two courses, which are two of the largest courses of the faculty, with ca. 500 students each.
I also teach History of Economic Thought to undergraduate students for the Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Groningen.
I have experience in supervising BAs, MAs, & Ph.D. students, and in mentoring first-year economic students.
In January 2018, I taught a module on Norm Change for the Philosophy Winter School on Uncertainty, Disagreement and Conflict at the University of Groningen
In January 2017, I taught a module on Understanding Economic Models for the Philosophy Winter School on Justice, Democracy and Rationality at the University of Groningen
In December 2016, I taught a Masterclass in Social Epistemology (with Miles MacLeod) for doctoral students organized by the University of Groningen
Before coming to Groningen, I taught the following courses:
University of Helsinki (2015)
Social Norms Across Disciplines: Rational Choice Theory, Behavioral Economics, Moral Psychology
University of Helsinki (2014)
Social Norms and Epistemic Values
Teaching Assistant, University of Munich (2013)
Causality and Explanation
Teaching Assistant, University of Munich (2012)
Philosophy of Science
Teaching Assistant, Tilburg University (2010, 2011)
Experts in a Complex Society
Teaching Assistant, Tilburg University (2009)