Peter Walkenhorst

Teaching

Below is a listing of the current and past university courses that I have been teaching. All of the courses have been delivered in English, even though most of the teaching institutions that I have been working with are based in non-anglophone countries. Brief descriptions of my current courses at AUP are available in the teaching section of the home page.

AUP

American University of Paris, Paris/France (since 2013)

  • Economics of Globalization (EC3091), Undergraduate Program, Department of Economics.
  • Economics of Sustainable Development (EC3043), Undergraduate Program, Department of Economics.
  • Intermediate Microeconomics (EC3010), Undergraduate Program, Department of Economics.
  • Principles of Microeconomics (EC2010), Undergraduate Program, Department of Economics.
  • Economics for Policymaking (GV5008), Graduate Program, Department of International and Comparative Politics.
  • Advanced Quantitative Methods for Policy Makers (GV5021), Graduate Program, Department of International and Comparative Politics.
  • Political Analysis (PO2050), Undergraduate Program, Department of International and Comparative Politics.

World Trade Institute, Berne/Switzerland (2002-06)

  • Health, TBTs, SPS, PPMs and GMOs, Course Module in the Master in Law and Economics (MILE) program.
  • Trade in Agriculture, Course Module in professional training program.

ESSEC Business School, Cergy-Pontoise/France (1999-2004)

  • Agricultural Policy and International Trade, Module in MBA Course on International Commodity Speculative Purchasing and Trading.
  • Agri-Food Trade Policy, Module in MBA Course on Markets and Trading of Commodities.
  • International Food Trade Policy, Module in MBA Course on Markets and Trading of Commodities.
  • International Agricultural Economics, Policy and Trade, Module in MBA Course on Markets and Trading of Commodities.

University of Wroclaw, Wroclaw/Poland (1995/96)

  • Policy of European Economic Integration, Undergraduate Program, Faculty of Law and Administration.
  • Theory of European Economic Integration, Undergraduate Program, Faculty of Law and Administration.
  • Principles of Macroeconomics, Undergraduate Program, Faculty of Law and Administration.
  • Principles of Microeconomics, Undergraduate Program, Faculty of Law and Administration.

Stanford University, Stanford/California (1995 & 1996)

  • The Economics of the New Europe, Teaching Assistant, Food Research Institute.
  • Population Perspectives in the Third World, Teaching Assistant, Food Research Institute.
Stanford