Economic History

A course on quantitative economic history jointly at the HECER Master's Program and FDPE PhD Program.

Course website: Fall 2016 version.

Integration of Immigrants

My part at the Economics of Migration and Asylum, Kiel Institute Summer School 2017

1: Integration: Measurement
2: Integration: Policy

Labor Economics

A labor course at HECER Master's Program (Fall 2012, together with Tuomas Pekkarinen).

Syllabus

1: Introduction; Static Labor Supply
2: Static Labor Supply: Welfare Programs
3: Intertemporal Labor Supply
4: Labor Demand: Work-Sharing
5: Labor Market Equilibrium: Immigration
6: Labor Market Equilibrium: Minimum Wages
7: Labor Market Equilibrium: Technological Change

Extra: Empirical Strategies

Please contact Tuomas for his part of the course.

International Economics

An undegraduate trade course at the University of Helsinki (Spring 2008).

1: Introduction
2: The Ricardian Model
3: Toolkit
4: The Heckscher-Ohlin Model
5: Growth and Trade; International Factor Movements
6: The “New Trade Theory”
7: Trade Policy I
8: Trade Policy II
9: Trade Negotiations; Regional Integration
10: Competitiveness; Immigration
11: Trade and the Labor Market
12: Summarizing the Essentials

Other

A lecture on the economics of immigration, PhD Labor Economics, spring 2015
A lecture on empirical economics, MSc Introduction to Analytics and Data Science, fall 2015

 

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