Professor (Maître de Conference), Université Libre de Bruxelles, teaching post-graduate courses for the Masters in International Politics on “Economic and Political Developments in Asia”; included supervision of 24 mémoires and supervising numerous Essays on a wide variety of development subjects including EU’s economic cooperation with Asian Countries, WTO accession of China and other emerging and developing countries.(Jan 2000 to Dec 2009)
Occasional Lecturer at
– Institute Clingendael on issues relating to South East Asia/Indonesia and its economic role in the global economy (since 2003-ongoing)
– College of Europe, Bruges for the EU-Intensive Seminar on recent developments in EU’s external relations with regards to Asia.
Course Director, Economic Policy Analysis, Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, Islamabad, with a focus on trade policy indicators for agriculture (epc,drc,pse, ams, implications for market access and investment policy etc). (1992-95).
Tutor, Visiting Study Fellowship Programme, FSG/QEH, University of Oxford on ‘Economic Modelling’ for economists from several African governments (1990-91); includes organizing study and field visits;
Tutor at the Faculty of Economics and Politics, Cambridge University, Classes on’Quantitative Methods of Economic Analysis’ for M.Phil and Diploma in Development Economics. Tripos Tutorials in Introductory Statistics (1983-1984).
Lecturer in Economics (part-time) at the University of Leiden, Lecture series included ‘Introduction to Economic Theory’ and ‘Introduction to Development Economics’ for 2nd and 3 year undergraduate students (1981-82).