Mehdi Benatiya Andaloussi
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I have teaching experience in economics, environmental science, and statistics for undergraduate, policy school, and Ph.D. courses at Columbia University in New York and Sorbonne University in Paris.


Environmental Science for Sustainable Development - with John Mutter

A milestone of the PhD program in Sustainable Development, the course covers a variety of environmental science topics: climate change, air pollution, water pollution, biodiversity loss, agriculture and energy.  It is designed for PhD students to acquire in-depth knowledge of current environmental challenges. In the process, they learn how to use databases developed by scientists. I helped John Mutter design the class in the Fall of 2018. I also assisted PhD students with their research projects and programming skills.





Macroeconomics and International Finance - with Guillermo Calvo

The class is designed for students of the MPA in Economic Policy Management. It sits at the crossroads of research and policy making in various areas of macroeconomics. The class covers topics related to financial crisis, international capital movements and monetary economics. I assisted Guillermo Calvo with teaching the class. Over the years, I helped more than 100 students with their final research projects.

Mathematics for Economists - with Muhammad Assali

The class is designed for Masters students interested in research oriented economics classes in the MPA in Economic Policy Management. It covers topics in real analysis, optimization and linear algebra. 



Statistics - Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Sorbonne University