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I am a PhD student in Economics at the University of Glasgow, where I previously completed an MRes degree in Economics. My area of specialisation is in game theory. In addition to this, I have a lot of experience conducting applied research using R, and I have advanced studies in mathematics for economists, microeconomic theory, industrial organization and computational economics. I completed my undergraduate degree in International Economics and Business at Radboud University in the Netherlands. Additionally, I have taken courses in data science at VU Amsterdam. I enjoy teaching and I have previous experience tutoring and as a research assistant. I try to adapt my teaching methods to accommodate different types of learners, and I am keen on providing a lot of examples and the intuition behind concepts.
I have 4 years of experience tutoring in economics subjects and academic writing at university level. I have also previously worked as a research assistant during my undergraduate degree.
-Microeconomics: general equilibrium, game theory, public economics, economics of information, industrial organization, auction theory.
-Mathematics for economists: calculus, linear algebra, set theory, topology, unconstrained and constrained optimization, differential equations, optimal control.
-Computational economics in Julia (numerical analysis)
-Data Analysis in R
Elsa was able to explain difficult concepts with ease given a very limited timeframe. Very friendly and patient teaching style as well.
PhD Economics (University of Glasgow) 2020-present
MRes Economics (University of Glasgow) 2018-2020
BSc International Economics and Business (Radboud University Nijmegen) 2015-2018