As an economist, I know that the potential of any healthy academic ecosystem is its diversity. I try to implement this concept to my classroom, leveraging the diversity of the students to obtain various perspectives on course material. Indeed, each student has their own set of identities (socioconomic, motivation, etc). Thus, it is crucial to encourage students in combining a “scientific evidence” and a “field-life-reality perspective” that can be tapped into both in the classroom and beyond.

​I have had the opportunity to teach a number of courses through my academic tenure. I look forward to the mutual learning experience ahead.


Teaching Experience 

The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Contemporary Issues in Development Finance  – 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2021

Trade Theory and Development  – 2019


​​​Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia

Economics of the Public Sector – 2021

Big Data for Development – 2021

Risk Management – 2020, 2021

Academic Writing – 2020, 2021

Quantitative Method – 2020, 2021

Introduction to Statistics – 2021


Quarter Institute, Indonesia

Personal Finance – 2021

Financial Management Practices of Small Medium Enterprises – 2021