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Teaching

Teaching Experience

Political Economy of Electoral Democracies, PhD course, Harvard Economics (with Jesse Shapiro), 2024-

Institutions, Macroeconomics, and the Global Economy, Elective MBA Curriculum, Harvard Business School, 2021-

Topics in Political Economy, co-taught PhD course, Harvard Economics, 2022

Business, Government and the International Economy, Required MBA Curriculum, Harvard Business School, 2016-19


Political Economy and Economic Development (MIT 14.75), Teaching Assistant to Benjamin Olken, 2012-13


Capitalism and its Critics (MIT 14.72), Teaching Assistant to Michael Piore, 2010-12


International Trade (MIT 14.54), Teaching Assistant to Oded Galor, 2011


Principles of Microeconomics (MIT 14.01), Teaching Assistant to Jeffrey Harris, 2010

Current and Former PhD students

Amory Gethin: Economics, Paris School of Economics (in progress)

Nicolas Longuet Marx: Sustainable Development, Columbia University (in progress)

 

Raúl Duarte: Political Economy and Government, Harvard University (in progress)

 

Dayea Oh: Public Policy, Harvard University (2023); Pepperdine School of Public Policy

Riako Granzier-Nakajima: Economics, Harvard University (2022); Uber

Nikolaj Broberg: Economics, European University Institute (2022); OECD

Sarah Schneider-Strawczynski: Economics, Paris School of Economics (2022); University of Exeter

Emilie Sartre: Economics, CREST-Ecole Polytechnique (2021); University of Nottingham

Clémence Tricaud: Economics, CREST-Ecole Polytechnique (2020); UCLA Anderson

Moya Chin: Economics, Harvard University (2020); IMF

Caroline Le Pennec: Economics, University of California, Berkeley (2020); HEC Montréal

Asad Liaqat: Public Policy, Harvard University (2020); Facebook

Cases and Teaching Materials

Pons, Vincent, and Mel Martin. The Business of Campaigns. Harvard Business School Case 723-039, July 2023.

 

Pons, Vincent. “The Business of Campaigns.” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 724-003, July 2023.

 

Pons, Vincent“The Creation and Fissuring of Consensus.” Harvard Business School Module Note for Instructors 723-048, March 2023.

 

Pons, Vincent, Rafael Di Tella, Santiago Botella, and Elena Corsi. “The 2012 Spanish Labor Reform: Lifting all Boats, or Leveling Down?” Harvard Business School Case 722-008, October 2021. (Revised November 2022.)

Pons, Vincent, and Elena Corsi. “The 2012 Spanish Labor Reform: Lifting all Boats, or Leveling Down?” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 723-015, December 2022. 

Pons, Vincent, William Mullins, Ruth Costas, and Pedro Levindo. “Walmart Chile After the Unrest: Doubling Down or Pulling Out?” Harvard Business School Case 722-012, August 2021. (Revised June 2022.)
 

Pons, Vincent, William Mullins, and Ruth Costas. “Walmart Chile After the Unrest: Doubling Down or Pulling Out?” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 723-014, November 2022.

Pons, Vincent, Rafael Di Tella, and Galit Goldstein. "The Trouble with TCE." Harvard Business School Case 721-031, March 2021. (Revised January 2023.)

Pons, Vincent, Rafael Di Tella, and Galit Goldstein. "The Trouble with TCE." Harvard Business School Teaching Note 723-051, February 2023.

Abdelal, Rawi, Rafael Di Tella, Vincent Pons, and Galit Goldstein. "Fiscal Responses to COVID-19." Harvard Business School Case 721-011, October 2020.

Pons, Vincent, William Mullins, John Masko, Annelena Lobb, and Rafael Di Tella. "Unrest in Chile." Harvard Business School Case 720-033, April 2020. (Revised July 2020.)

Pons, Vincent, John Masko, Rafael Di Tella, and William Mullins. "Unrest in Chile." Harvard Business School Teaching Note 721-016, November 2020.

Pons, Vincent, Rafael Di Tella, and Annelena Lobb. "Populism in Bolivia: From Goni's Neoliberal Shock to Evo's Oil Contract Renegotiations." Harvard Business School Case 719-001, February 2019. (Revised March 2019.)

Di Tella, Rafael, Vincent Pons, and Nathaniel Schwalb. "Populism in Bolivia: From Goni's Neoliberal Shock to Evo's Oil Contract Renegotiations." Harvard Business School Teaching Note 719-057, March 2019. (Revised March 2019.)

Pons, Vincent, Amram Migdal, and Mike Lynch. "Climate Change: Paris, and the Road Ahead." Harvard Business School Case 718-038, March 2018. (Revised January 2019.)

Pons, Vincent. "Climate Change: Paris, and the Road Ahead." Harvard Business School Teaching Note 719-050, March 2019.

Di Tella, Rafael, Vincent Pons, Sarah Mehta, and David Lane. "Goodbye IMF Conditions, Hello Chinese Capital: Zambia's Copper Industry and Africa's Break with Its Colonial Past." Harvard Business School Case 717-034, June 2017. (Revised August 2018.)

Di Tella, Rafael, Vincent Pons, Sarah Mehta, and David Lane. "Goodbye IMF Conditions, Hello Chinese Capital: Zambia's Copper Industry and Africa's Break with Its Colonial Past." Harvard Business School Teaching Note 717-055, June 2017. (Revised August 2017.)

Pons, Vincent. "Liberté, égalité, fragilité: The Rise of Populism in France." Harvard Business School Case 717-052, April 2017. (Revised February 2022.)

Pons, Vincent, and Elena Corsi. "Liberté, égalité, fragilité: The Rise of Populism in France (B)." Harvard Business School Supplement 719-075, April 2019. (Revised February 2022.)

Pons, Vincent. "Liberté, égalité, fragilité: The Rise of Populism in France." Harvard Business School Teaching Note 719-049, February 2019. (Revised February 2022.)

Pons, Vincent, and Marco Tabellini. "Democracy: Exit, Voice and Representation." Harvard Business School Technical Note 719-038, November 2018. (Revised January 2020.)

Pons, Vincent. "Populism." Harvard Business School Technical Note 719-037, November 2018. (Revised June 2019.)

Pons, Vincent. "Multilateralism." Harvard Business School Technical Note 719-039, November 2018.

Cavallo, Alberto, Kristin Fabbe, Mattias Fibiger, Jeremy Friedman, Reshmaan Hussam, Vincent Pons, and Matthew Weinzierl. "The BGIE Twenty (2021 version)." Harvard Business School Technical Note 718-032, December 2017. (Revised January 2022.)

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