TEACHING

Current teaching

This course has finished.

All material of the lecture and the tutorial sessions can be accessed on Insegnamenti OnLine.

The first tutorial session takes place on 18 October at 1 pm, Aula 2, piazza Scaravilli. The second tutorial session takes place on 11 December at 11 am, Aula Magna, piazza Scaravilli.

As an optional element of the course you can choose to present a paper chosen from a list provided on IOL (note that a presentation is a necessary requirement to achieving the "con lode" grade). Presentations take place during the lecture time slots on Friday 6 December and Monday 9 December.

I am available for office hours every Thursday from 5 to 6 pm in "Sala Dottorandi A", DSE, Strada Maggiore 45. The instructions regarding access to the building have been posted on the course website on IOL. Please note that these office hours are restricted to the tutorial material, the online quizzes, and your in-class presentations. For questions on the subject matter presented in the lectures please contact Professor Bigoni.

The mid-term exam took place on 25 October, 2 pm, in Aula Magna, piazza Scaravilli. The final exam is scheduled for 15 January. Please check with the official exam calendar for changes.

Please feel free to email me if you have questions beyond this, or if you will not be able to attend my office hours slots.

Please find all information on organisation and lecture material on Professor Barigozzi's website.

The written exam took place on 21 December, 09:00-10:00, in Aula 1, Piazza Scaravilli 2.

I was offering an exercise session on Thursday, 22 November, 17:00-19:00, in the seminar room at Piazza Scaravilli 2, first floor.

There were two dedicated slots of office hours on Thursday 29 November and Friday 30 November from 5:00 to 6:45pm in Professor Barigozzi's office, Piazza Scaravilli 1, 3rd floor, end of corridor to the left. These two slots are mainly thought to provide the opportunity to discuss your homework assignment as well as your in-class presentation.

A third slot was offered on 13 December from 3:00 to 4:00 pm for feedback on the homework assignment.

Please feel free to email me if you have questions beyond this, or if you will not be able to attend these office hours slots.

International Trade Theory at Johns Hopkins/SAIS Bologna Campus

During term time:

Review sessions take place every Thursday from 10:30–12:30 in room 201.

My regular office hours are Thursday from 2–4 pm in room 405. In addition I will offer two more hours of availability in each week that will be announced at the end of the previous week.

Every week there will be a homework assignment to be completed and submitted during the Tuesday lecture of the following week. Grades on assignments can be expected to be available by the end of the same week.

Every review session will start with a brief discussion of the submitted assignment so that nothing is left unclear. Then we will turn to exercises on the current week's topic.

All material will be distributed via Johns Hopkins' Blackboard system.


Exam preparation:

I will hold exam preparation sessions in the days leading to the exam. For the 2019-20 academic year these sessions were held on:

Friday 10 January 14:00-16:00 -- room 301

Monday 13 January 14:00-16:00 -- Auditorium

The first session will cover the sample exam provided on Blackboard. In the auditorium we might rather do an "open session" answering questions that many have, but then this is flexible and also depends on the number of participants.

To help us find time slots that suit as many of you as possible, please fill in the survey at doodle.com (see link in email).

Spring term 2020:

Past teaching

2019/20


2018/19

  • Information Economics (LMEC)
  • Microeconomics
  • International Trade Theory (Johns Hopkins SAIS)


2016/17

  • Microeconomics


2012/13

  • Applied Microeconomics
  • Economics of Innovation (MSc)
  • Economics of Market Failure
  • Mathematical Preliminaries for Students of Economics


2011/12

  • Economics of Innovation (MSc)
  • Economics of Market Failure
  • Mathematical Preliminaries for Students of Economics
  • Microeconomics


2007/08

  • Introduction to Business Information Processing