I have taught courses in comparative politics, political economy, and quantitative methods both at the graduate and undergraduate levels:

As Instructor of Record

  • Introduction to Comparative Politics. Undegraduate course. University of Pittsburgh. Spring 2019. syllabus
  • Capstone Course in European Politics. Undegraduate course. University of Pittsburgh. Spring 2019. syllabus
  • The Political Economy of Democratic Representation. Undegraduate course. University of Pittsburgh. Fall 2018. syllabus
  • The Political Economy of Democracy. Graduate course (PhD-level, 2nd year). Juan March Institute. Fall 2017. syllabus
  • Introduction to Quantitative Research Methods. Undergraduate course. Carlos III University. Spring 2017 and Spring 2016. syllabus

As Teaching Assistant

  • Comparative Politics.  Undergraduate course. New York University. Prof. Michael Laver.  Spring 2014. syllabus
  • Quantitative Analysis III.  Advanced PhD level course. New York University. Prof. Nathaniel Beck.  Spring 2012 and Fall 2012.
  • Comparative Politics. Undergraduate course. New York University. Prof. Joshua Tucker. Fall 2011. syllabus. Slides for a lecture on Robert Putnam’s “Making Democracy Work” are available here.
  • Quantitative Analysis of Public Policy. Undergraduate course. New York University. Prof. Nathaniel Beck. Fall 2010 and Spring 2011. syllabus

In addition to my teaching experience, I have acquired specific pedagogical skills by completing the Teaching Certificate Program provided by the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at New York University. [ syllabus ]


  • Undergraduate Introduction to Comparative Politics[ syllabus ]
  • Undergraduate seminar in European Union politics: [ syllabus ] 


  • Comparative Political Economy
  • Accountability and Representation
  • Comparative Political Behavior

TEACHING STATEMENT: You can find my statement of research interests here: [ teaching statement ]

STUDENT EVALUATIONS: You can find summaries of my student evaluations here:  [ student evaluations ]