At UniDistance Suisse, I currently teach Microeconomics to Bachelor students (in French). At my previous position at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), I taught Microeconomics (in English and German) to large cohorts of more than 1000 students, receiving the award for the best lecture three times. At TUM and the University of Bonn, I have taught Strategic Interaction, Public Economics, and Law & Economics to undergraduate students, as well as Behavioral and Experimental Economics to doctoral students. 

Brief Intro to Public Goods and Game Theory

Last lecture of my 2020/2021 online semester (thanks, Covid-19) at the Technical University of Munich (TUM).

Soziales Dilemma - wie uns Angst zu  Egoisten macht

Short video (in German) explaining how negative expectations about others' cooperativeness can become a self-fullfilling prophecy (based on my paper with Christoph Engel and Sebastian Kube).