In the current winter term 2018/19 I am teaching a compulsory course (for students of economics and socioeconomics) on Economic History and an undergraduate elective course (mostly attended by business students) on Social and Economic History (on the History of the World Economy, jointly with Carmen Gruber, in English) at Bachelor level, a course on the urban studies, geography and history through the lense of Vienna called Angewandte sozioökonomische Theorien und Methoden II (in German, with Jürgen Essletzbichler) in the Master Program in Socioeconomics and a course on Economic History (in German) in the Master Program in Management.

Since 2016 I have been teaching at WU also a course on Applied Economics (in German) and a two part course on determinants and consequences of inequality in history called Historische Strukturen und Prozesse: Konzepte und Perspektiven (Kurs 1) and (Kurs 2) (in German) in the Socioeconomics master, an english language version of the Economic History course in the Management master, and different versions a PhD course on Economics and History with a focus on work and human capital as well as with a focus on inequality in history in the PhD program in Economic and Social Sciences.

Between 2010 and 2015 I taught at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid first year undergraduate introductory courses called Economic History, both lectures and exercise classes in English and Spanish, to undergraduates in Economics, Business Studies, Accounting and Finance and in the double degrees in Law and Economics and Law and Business (in some years jointly with Laura Maravall, Jordi Domenech, Joan Rosés or Lasse Sonne), as well as
History of the World Economy in a newly established International Studies degree (jointly with Marina Chuchko). I also taught third year electives on The origins of the modern firm (in English and Spanish) in the Business Administration degree (jointly with Eva Fernández) and
Economic and Social History of the 19th and 20th Century (in Spanish) in the Sociology degree, and Advanced Research Methods (in English and once in English and Spanish bilingual, with Carlos Santiago-Caballero) in the Master in Economic Development and Economic Growth

During my time as PhD student and Research Fellow in Münster I taught reading courses for History, Economics and Business students on “Recent research on the Economy during the Third Reich” with Thorsten Lübbers and on “Financial Markets and Economic Growth from 1800 to today” with Martin Uebele.

At UC3M, I supervised 12 bachelor theses in Economics and 10 master theses in Economic Development and Growth, and acted as an examiner in about 60 bachelor and master thesis defenses. At WU, I have so far supervised 11 bachelor theses in the degree in Economic and Social Sciences (Business Administration, International Business Administration and Economics and Socioeconomics) and 2 master theses (one in Management and one in Socioeconomics).

Laura Maravall Buckwalter, the first PhD student (co-)supervised by me (jointly with Joan Rosés and James Simpson) defended her thesis on “Essays on Economic Development: Pre-Independent Algeria at the Beginning of the 1900s” “cum laude” at UC3M in July 2017. She wont UC3M’s Extraordinary Doctorate Award in Economic History. Her first appointment is as post-doctoral researcher in the SFB 1070 ResourceCultures at the University of Tübingen.