I have taught three courses at University of Copenhagen, three at Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, five at Universidad de Andrés, and two one day lectures at Study Center Gerzensee (programs: Banking Regulation, and Supervision and Financial Stability). Links are provided for the most recent courses’ syllabi and a recent assessment from the pedagogical department at U of C.
University of Copenhagen:
This is a first year Master course that introduces students to modern intertemporal macroeconomic analysis.
An advanced Master/PhD course on the macroeconomic effects of financial frictions.
An advanced Master/PhD course on advanced topics in dynamic programming with incentive constraints and dynamic voting.
Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez:
Analysis of Macroeconomic Risks
This a Master course providing Finance students with tools to better understand, and prepare for, macroeconomic risks.
A Master course on the microeconomic aspects of financial frictions for Finance students.
Introduction to Finance
A second year undergraduate course in Finance on the basics of asset pricing and corporate finance.
Universidad de San Andrés:
A second year undergraduate course introducing macroeconomics.
A third year undergraduate course introducing students to modern intertemporal macroeconomic analysis.
Markets and Financial Intermediation
A fourth year undergraduate elective course on the microeconomic foundation and macroeconomic effects of financial frictions.
A Master course on advanced topics in dynamic programming.
Topics in Finance
A Master course on asset pricing and introduction to market microstructure.