In the next summer semester (2019), I will co-teach the course History of Economic Thought for the Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Groningen.
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.
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
I co-supervise a PhD Student, Juliette De Wit, on a thesis on measurement of soci0-economic constructs.
Before coming to Groningen, I taught the following courses:
Social Norms Across Disciplines: Rational Choice Theory, Behavioral Economics, Moral Psychology
University of Helsinki (2015) [Syllabus]
Social Norms and Epistemic Values
University of Helsinki (2014) [Syllabus]
Causality and Explanation
Teaching Assistant, University of Munich (2013) [Syllabus]
Philosophy of Science
Teaching Assistant, University of Munich (2012) [Syllabus]
Experts in a Complex Society
Teaching Assistant, Tilburg University (2010, 2011) [Syllabus]
Teaching Assistant, Tilburg University (2009) [Syllabus]