Spatial Analysis, Land Use and the Environment (Peru, 2020) Spatial Analysis, Land Use and the Environment (Peru, 2020)

Teaching & Talks

Liverpool Open Research Week 2021

Open Research Week 2021 was a collaboration between the University of Liverpool Library’s Open Research Team, the Research Support Team of LJMU Library and Research Support at Edge Hill University Library.

The first half of this session showcases the life cycle of an open data research project from data collection to communicating and visualizing the results. As open data and software become increasingly accessible to researchers, practitioners, planners and the general public, data- and research-driven studies can help provide insights to a wide-ranging audience.

Slides Available Here

The second half of the session is a demonstration and online tutorial which runs through an application of open research for the study of employment centres across England. Source materials, code and data are available for those with an interest in following along simultaneously or after the session. For those who are interested in following along in the demonstration an online a Github repository will be shared which includes the code, data and walkthrough tutorial.

Online Recording


Business Economics

Course Instructor: August 2019

Foundations of business economics concepts from market structures, firm production, costs, and firm optimization strategies.


Urban-Environmental Spatial Modelling

Module Instructor: January 22 - 29, 2020

Module for the Summer School in Spatial Analysis, Land Use and the Environment with a focus on practical applications of leveraging and using geospatial data in the context of valuing urban environmental amenities. The module is part of the joint collaboration between the Universidad del Pacifico (Lima, Peru) and the Nova SBE Environmental Economics Knowledge Center (Lisbon, Portugal).


Intermediate Microeconomic Theory

Teaching Assistant: Spring 2016; Fall 2017; Fall 2018

Intermediate economic modelling with a focus on consumer theory, producer theory and market structures.


Advanced Microeconomic Theory

Teaching Assistant: Spring 2017; Spring 2018

Advanced tools for microeconomic analysis, including general equilibrium and welfare analysis, the identification of market failure and possible policy solutions, modeling strategic interaction and choice under uncertainty and applying these tools to situations of asymmetric information.