I have taught in Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Vietnam, Burundi and Norway

I am teaching development economics and impact evaluation at the Université libre de Bruxelles. I have also taught a short intensive course on the political economy of genocide in Rwanda at the Free University of Amsterdam (2012) and at the International Peace Research Institute (PRIO) in Oslo (2013) as well as short Phd course on the micro-economic analysis of conflict for economists at Georg-August University in Göttingen (2013 and 2017). In 2009 I was a visiting lecturer at the University of Burundi. In 2015 and 2017, I taught an impact evaluation class at the Hanoi University of Economics, Master in Public Management Program. Since my dissertation I have introduced over 20 MA and PhD students to field work in Rwanda and Burundi, engaged in data collection for qualitative research, households surveys, impact evaluation or experimental work. I am also co-teaching impact evaluation (with Dr.Tatiana Goetghebeur) in the MA program in Political Economy, jointly organised with Georgetown University (USA). In the fall of 2018 I have been teaching a module on data collection in areas affected by violent conflict, together with Tilman Brück (ISDC Berlin) and Patrica Justino (UNU-WIDER), organised by the World Bank in Italy (Perugia) for staff members of national institutes of statistics  from countries in Sub-Sahara Africa and the Middle East.  

The material of my courses at ULB is password protected.