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Teaching

Teaching Experience

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 (in progress)

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); Brown University (Post-doc)

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, 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.

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