I have substantive experience developing and teaching a wide variety of modules at both undergraduate and postgraduate level including Applied Economics, Environmental Economics, Environmental Valuation, Resource Economics and Research Methods. Here at Leeds I currently teach a second year Research Methods module and contribute to a first year Economic Controversies module. In addition to teaching I also supervise a significant number of PhD candidates working on a diverse range of topics worldwide (see below for more details).
Some lectures/presentations on various topics
Feel free to use but please get in touch if you have any material that will fit with overall style and content - particularly interested in graphs/pictures that can be used to explain key points
Economic of Happiness/Behavioral economics
An introduction to behavioral economics
Fari Aftab (co-supervisor with David Spencer and Julianne Scheffel): The economic and social integration of migrants in the UK
Rushi Chen (co-supervisor with Effie Kesidou): The causal impact of ETS in China
Dave Roberts (co-supervisor with Christopher Forde and Rachel Mathieson): Well-being and workplace culture
Youxing Wang (co-supervisor with Clemens Hetschko): Essays on the economics of happiness
Bodour Alhumaid, (co-supervisor with Clemens Hetschko): Unemployment and well-being in developing countries
Xiaowen Wang (co-supervisor with Murray Rudd): Pharmaceuticals and Personal care Products in the Environment in China. Completed September 2016.
Eric Marr (sole supervisor): Food Production or Biodiversity Protection? Funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Doctoral Fellowship. Completed April 2019
Jennifer Chapman (co-supervisor with Alistair Boxall): Assessment of socio-economic and ecological impacts of veterinary drugs in the environment. Funded by the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. Completed May 2019
Sarah Knight (co-supervised with Colin McClean): Environmental amenities and well-being. Funded by the Economic and Social Research Council.