Currently I teach the following courses at Kadir Has University.

Mathematics for Economists

This is a one-semester course covering the elementary mathematics for economists. The components are multivariate differentiation, linear algebra, and optimization. I use Hoy et.al, and assign additional exercises from Paul’s Online Notes.
Textbook: Hoy, M., et.al.(2011). Mathematics for Economics (3rd edition) MIT Press.


Applied Economics

4th year course has two components: Causal and predictive inference.

Introduction to Economics

First year intro to economics course. I use Core The Economy book.

Economic History

A thematic quick view of the history of the world economy. I cover Great Divergence, pre-modern Malthusian dynamics, Industrial Revolution, late development, institutions, inequality, geography, social mobility, migration and resource curse.