I teach, or have taught, the courses linked below for Thammasat University's British and American Studies (BAS) Program, and Thammasat University's Bachelors of Economics (BE) Program.

In the Fall of 2005 I taught BS 366 American Economy.

In the Spring of 2006, I taught BS 364 American Government, BS 366 American Economy, and BS 368 The Transatlantic Alliance.

In the Summer of 2006, I taught BS 368 The Transatlantic Alliance

In the Fall of 2006, I taught BS 364 American Government, BS 366 American Economy, BS 368 The Transatlantic Alliance, and BS 444 America and the Cold War, and (for BE) EE 202 World Economic History.

In the Spring of 2007, I taught BS 344 America and Britain in SE Asia, BS 366 American Economy, and BS 444 America and the Cold War. I also began teaching BS 463 International Relations, halfway through the semester when another Ajarn had to leave early.

In the Summer of 2007, I returned to the U.S. to work on my dissertation.

In the Fall of 2007, (2450) I taught TU 120 Integrated Social Sciences (two sections), BS 368 The Transatlantic Alliance, and BS 463 Introduction to International Relations for BAS, and (for BE) EE 202 World Economic History.

For the Spring of 2008, (2450) I taught BS 366 American Government, BS 444 America and the Cold War, BS 463 Introduction to International Relations (two sections), and I am jointly teaching BS 490 Seminar on American Political Ideologies with Ajarn Ed Knuth.

For the Summer of 2008, I taught BS 364 American Government and BS 366 American Economy.

For the Fall of 2008, I taught TU 120 Integrated Social Sciences, BS 368 The Transatlantic Alliance (two sections), BS 444 International Relations, and (for BE) EE 490 Public Choice Economics.

I returned to the U.S. in the Spring of 2009, and remained there in the summer of 2009, to finish and defend my dissertation, which was completed on July 30th, 2009.

In the Fall of 2009, I taught for BAS TU 120 Integrated Social Sciences, BS 364 American Government, BS 366 American Economy, BS 368 The Transatlantic Alliance, BS 444 America and the Cold War, and BS 463 International Relations. For the BE program, I taught EE 490 Seminar in Public Choice. I will never teach seven courses in one semester again. Also I got married

In the Spring of 2010, I switched from the Department of Liberal Arts, to the Department of Economics. I taught BAS 368 The Transatlantic Alliance, BS 444 America and the Cold War, BS 366 American Economy, and BS 463 Introduction to International Relations.

In the Summer of 2010, I taught

In the Fall of 2010, I taught

In the Spring of 2011, I taught EE 441 Political Economy, BS 374 Topics in American Foreign Policy (Cold War), and BS 476 International Political Economy

In the Summer of 2011, I went back to the U.S. for a few weeks

In the Fall of 2011, I taught EE 202 World Economic History, 2 sections of BS 360 British and American Economy, and BS xx International Relations

In the Spring of 2012, I taught

In the Summer of 2012, I taught EE 404 History of Economic Thought

In the Fall of 2012, I taught EE 406 World Economic History, EE 409 Seminar in Public Finance (Public Choice), and 2 sections of BS 360 British and American Economy

In the Spring of 2013, I taught EE 442 Public Economics: Revenue and BS 374 Topics in American Foreign Policy (Cold War)

In the Summer of 2013, I went back to America

In the Fall of 2013, I taught TU 124 Economics of Society, EE 441 Public Economics: Expenditures, and 2 sections of BS British and American Economy

In the Spring of 2014, I taught EE 409 Seminar in Public Finance, EE 442 Public Economics: Revenue, and BS 374 Topics in American Foreign Policy (Cold War)

In the Summer of 2014, I taught EE 406 World Econonomic History (2 sections)

In the Fall of 2014, I taught EE 441 Public Economics: Expenditures, EE 404 History of Economic Thought, and two sections of BS 374 British and American Economy

In the Spring of 2015, I taught EE 340 Introduction to Public Economics, and BS 374 Topics in American Foreign Policy (Cold War)

In the the Summer of 2015, I am taught EE 306 Economic History of the World

Currently, in the Fall of 2015, I am teaching BS 404 History of Economic Thought, BS 440 Seminar in Public Finance, EE 210 Introduction to Economics, EC 210 Introduction to Economics, and two sections of BS 360 The British and American Economy

 

BE Courses Taught

EE 202 An Economic History of the World
EE 490 Seminar in Public Choice

BAS Courses Taught

TU 120 Integrated Social Sciences
BS 368 The Transatlantic Alliance
BS 364 American Government
BS 366 American Economy
BS 444 America and the Cold War
BS 463 Introduction to International Relations
BS 490 (Seminar - Jointly taught with Ed Knuth) American Political Ideologies
BS 344 America and Britain in SE Asia

Last Modified; June 22, 2015