Education in Competition and Regulation
Executive education and short-term courses:
Energy Economics: Current Methods and Policy Challenges, Barcelona GSE.
Executive course on Energy Economics. June 2014.
European Union- AETS consortium, Accra, Ghana. March 2014.
Training course on tariff-setting and regional power pools for energy market regulators in East Africa.
World Bank –AFUR (African Forum for Utility Regulators), Bamako, Mali, February 2012.
Training course on Financial Modelling and PPPs for market regulators across Africa.
Cost of Capital and the Building Blocks Approach in Energy Markets
MSc in Regulation, Universitat de Barcelona. February 2011 & 2012.
Ofgem (Office for gas electricity markets), London, October 2011.
Training course on economics for competition lawyers.
AFUR (African Forum for Utility Regulators), Pretoria, South Africa, August 2011.
Training course on Energy and Environmental regulation for market regulators across Africa.
Ofgem (Office for gas electricity markets), London, Spring 2008, 2010 & 2011.
Training course on energy competition and regulation for energy markets regulators.
Liaoning Province Prices Bureau, Government of China, December 2010.
Overview of competition policy in the UK and Europe.
Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform, UK Government (London), February 2009.
Environmental Regulation: Economics of externalities, distortions and government intervention.
Recent Developments in Mergers and Acquisitions
Phd in Economics, Universitat de Barcelona. December 2008.
Mergers and Acquisitions in the Energy Sector
MSc in Regulation, Universitat de Barcelona, April 2006.
Game Theory and Applications
African Economic Research Consortium, Nairobi (Kenya), March 2006.
Department of Trade and Industry, UK Government (London), Fall 2004 & 2005.
Course of Economics for Non-Economists.
Graduate and undergraduate teaching:
Quantitative Techniques in Regulation
MSc in Competition and Market Regulation, Barcelona GSE, 2010-15.
Course on cost of capital, building blocks approach and benchmarking techniques (DEA, SFA, COLS).
Quantitative Techniques in Regulation and Competition in Practice
MSc in Regulation and Competition Policy, City University, 2005-09.
Applied empirical course.
Sectoral Regulation and Competition
MSc in Regulation and Competition Policy, City University London, 2008-09.
Series of lectures on current issues in the banking, energy, telecoms, environment and health sectors.
Quantitative Techniques in Regulation and Competition
MSc in Regulation and Competition Policy, City University London, 2005-06.
Introductory econometrics course for graduate students.
Honours Undergraduate Program in Economics, University of Western Ontario, 2004-05.
Elective course based on the government policies towards business.