Besides having a long experience teaching “International Political Economy” to graduates and undergraduates, I also have taught the course “Political Economy and International Migration”, which is closely related to my current research agenda.

In this course, we study different aspects of the political economy of migration. We start with a brief review of the main economic models; we study the main drivers of emigration; the evolution of migration policies from a historical perspective; and how interests, institutions, and public opinion shape the making of migration policies; we discuss international cooperation in international migration; and we devote a large part of the course to discussing emigration policies and the causes and consequences of emigration.