Currently, I teach the following modules at the LSE:

GV249: Research Design in Political Science

GV319: Experimental Politics

I also contribute lectures to
GV264: Politics and Institutions in Europe and GV101: Introduction to Political Science.

PhD students:
Asli Ceren Cinar, Vanessa Cheng-Matsuno, Asfa Shakeel, Susannah Hume.

Former PhD students: Katharina Lawall.

Methods teaching:

I also teach a module on
Causal Inference and Field Experiments as part of the IPSA-USP Summer School in Sao Paulo and have co-taught a workshop on field experiments as part of the ICPSR Summer Programme for three years. You can find my syllabi below:

Field Experiments 5-Day Workshop Syllabus
Social Media-Based Experiments Syllabus (lecture recording)
Causal Inference 2-Day Workshop Syllabus
Using Facebook as a Research Tool: Experiments on Facebook (lecture recording)


In previous years, I taught the following modules at KCL, the University of Zurich, and the University of Oxford:

Comparative Political Systems (1st year undergraduate core course for all Politics students; taught jointly with Damien Bol, Hanna Kleider and Peter John)

The Political Sociology of Social Networks (KCL, 2018-2019)

Causal Inference (KCL, 2018-2019)

Comparative Public Policy (KCL, 2017)

Statistics for Political Science, computer labs (KCL, 2017)

Do Campaigns Matter? The US Presidential Campaign in Comparative Perspective (Zurich, 2016-2017)

The Policy Lab: Experimenting with Public Policy (Zurich, 2014-2016)

Experimental Political Science (Oxford, 2014)

Tutorials in Political Sociology (Oxford, 2011-2014)

TA Research Methods/Quantitative Methods (Oxford, 2014)