Online courses, trainings, and workshops
I regularly offer courses on Stata either online or in person, catering to a wide range of audiences, topics, and skillsets.
Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Wien), Vienna, Austria (2013 - present)
Zukunftsfähiges Wirtschaften II (ZuWi II) (Summer 2022)
Environment and Economy II: Causal inference methods (Summer 2022)
Environmental Change and Policy II (Fall 2014, Fall 2015, Fall 2017)
Growth, Well-being, and Development (Winter 2015, Winter 2017)
Economics Bridging course (Summer 2014, Summer 2015)
Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), Lahore, Pakistan (2003 - 2006)
Development Economics (Fall 2005)
Econometrics I (Spring 2006)
Teaching Assistant for the following undergraduate courses (2003-2004):
- Economics 101
- Development Economics I
University of London External Program (2001 - 2003)
I taught various Bachelor-level courses for the University of London External Program.
- Mathematics for Economists
- Advanced Mathematics
- Quantitative Methods
- Statistics I and II
Computer Language Workshop
New School for Social Research
Intensive computer language courses for Ph.D. students in:
From 2011-2013, as the Director of CERP, we developed and conducted three to five day intensive workshops on evidence-based decision making. The contents of the trainings were designed in collaboration with J-PAL (MIT), EPoD (Kennedy School), and J-PAL South Asia( IFMR, India) that were also customized to cater to the local audience.
- CERP-CLEAR Executive Education (2011, 2012): Five day training course on evidence-based policymaking for senior bureaucrats, executives, CEOs, and policy makers.
- CERP-CLEAR Data Management (2011, 2012, 2013): Five data intensive hand-on training workshop on causal inference methods with a focus on conducting randomized control trials (RCTs).
- CERP-CLEAR Performance-Based Budgeting (2012): Five day intensive training on Performance Based Budgetting targetted towards ministries, NGOs, and public sector organizations.
I also conducted various workshops in Sri Lanka and Nepal as part the CLEAR Initiative on evidence-based decision making.