I follow the words of Joseph Joubert, "To teach is to learn twice over". It is my strong conviction that one learns the most when one teaches something to others. I obtained the Fellowship of the Advance Higher Education Academy in November, 2022.
Current Teaching - Academic Year 2023-2024 (Lecturer: University of Exeter)
Economics of Crime (BEE3074, UG 3rd Year) ~ Spring 2024
Economics for Management (section B) (BEE1034, UG 1st Year) ~ Fall 2023
Law and Economics (BEE3019, UG 3rd Year) ~ Fall 2023
Labour Economics (BEE3057, UG 3rd Year) ~ Fall 2023
Lecturer: University of Exeter
Introduction to Finance (section B) (BEE1006, UG 1st Year) (also module convenor) ~ Spring 2023
Economics for Management (section C) (BEE1034, UG 1st Year) ~ Fall 2022
Labour Economics (BEE3057, UG 3rd year) ~ Fall 2021, Fall 2022
Law and Economics (BEE3019, UG 3rd year) ~ Fall 2021, Fall 2022
Introduction to Econometric Theory (BEE2020, UG 2nd year) ~ Spring 2022, Spring 2023
Economic Analysis and Pandemics (BEE3070, UG 3rd year) ~ Spring 2022, Spring 2023
Applied Econometrics 2 (BEEM012, PG 1st year) ~ Spring 2022
Development Economics (BEE3052, UG 3rd year) ~ Fall 2021
Graduate Teaching Assistant: University of Leicester
Tutorials, seminars, and labs:
Topics in Applied Econometrics (EC2011, UG 2nd year) ~ Spring 2019, Spring 2020
Probability and Probability Distributions (EC1011, UG 1st year) ~ Fall 2019, Fall 2016
Mathematics for Economics I (EC1005, UG 1st year) ~ Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Fall 2016
Mathematics for Economics II (EC1008, UG 1st year) ~ Spring 2019
Intermediate Microeconomics II (EC2002, UG 2nd year) ~ Spring 2018
Econometrics III (EC3062, UG 3rd year) ~ Fall 2017
Statistics for Economists I (EC1007, UG 1st year) ~ Fall 2017
Macroeconomics I (EC1001, UG 1st year) ~ Spring 2017
Economic History (EC2034, UG 2nd year) ~ Spring 2017
Examples of anonymous reviews on teaching:
"I found Dr Arpita Ghosh's seminars incredibly engaging. They were both incredibly informative with relation to course content, as well as encouraged us to question the assumptions and dig deeper into the framework. For me, the level of participation in the seminars was noticeably higher than in any other Economics module I've had before, which I think was mostly a result of Dr Ghosh not treating the questions as `one right answer' and rather focusing on getting us to critically engage with the whole topic."
"Ghosh is very helpful at explaining her answers and encourages participation far more than anyone else I haven taught by."
"I used to be a student in your econometrics 2 lessons for financial economics, and I thoroughly enjoyed the way you explained everything. Your support was one of the main reasons why I managed to get a distinction in the final exam, and I am very grateful."
"Ms Ghosh was significantly better as her delivery of her seminars were more concise and lively evoking greater interest in the subject. Additionally, she went the extra mile in helping each student and catering to the different skill levels through opening her availability outside her office hours."
"My seminar leader was Miss Ghosh. I think she is possibly the best maths teacher I have ever had. She shows us exactly how to display answers to get full marks and everything is set out and explained in detail and very clearly. Nobody in the class is afraid to ask questions about the content as she makes us feel very comfortable during class and encourages us to ask questions as many times as we need to understand the content. I don’t think there could be any improvements to be made. I hope to have her for next semester too."