I teach International Relations to undergraduates, and International Political Economy and Research Design & Methods courses to graduate students.

My teaching aims at helping students to develop strong theoretical and analytic skills and to learn how to evaluate arguments in light of the empirical evidence. I believe that good theory is essential for understanding international political events and a sound methodological training is crucial for arriving at robust social scientific conclusions.

Beyond that, I offer research supervision to graduate and doctoral students working on topics of international political economy, international cooperation, institutions and law.

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