My teaching field is comparative political economy, with special reference to the Global South. Although my courses are eclectic in their range of concepts, I have recently explored the heuristic value of a neo-Polanyian model focusing on the economistic fallacy, fictitious commodities, embeddedness, and the double movement.

The most recent course outline for the graduate seminar (POL2408H) in the Political Economy of International Development is accessed  here. This is the core course for the Political Science Department’s Masters programme in the Political Economy of international Development, which I still coordinate.