Teaching

Olayinka’s main objective in teaching is to explore the varied ways by which research can inform learning; employing models to explain contemporary issues, in order to address any misconceptions that students may have about Economics and its usefulness for everyday life, to help students question these theories and methods, and to encourage students to ground their knowledge in real life experience. His pedagogy incorporates reflective practice to facilitate professional development and to create transformative classroom experiences.

Current


Principles of Economics (Microeconomics)

2016 - present

Principles of Economics (Macroeconomics)

2016 - present

Introduction to Statistics

2020

Previous


Economics 1, International Year 1

2019

Economics 2, International Year 1

2019

​Maths for Business, Foundation Year

2019

Microeconomics 1, International Year 1

2018

Investments, Graduate Diploma

2017 - 2019

Business Dissertation, Graduate Diploma

2017 - 2019

International Finance, Undergraduate Year 3

2011 - 2015

Macroeconomic Analysis, Undergraduate Year 3

2012 - 2015

Introduction to Economics, Undergraduate Year 1

2011 - 2015

Industrial Economics, Undergraduate Year 3

2015

Mathematical Finance, Postgraduate Economics and PhD Year 2

2015

Pre-Sessional Mathematics and Statistics, Postgraduate Economics

2013, 2015

Microeconomics of Uncertainty, Postgraduate Economics

2014

Macroeconomics, Postgraduate Economics

2013

Quantitative Methods, Postgraduate Economics and Finance

2012