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PUBLICATIONS


JOURNAL ARTICLES

        CHAPTERS IN EDITED VOLUMES

WORKING PAPERS

        REPORTS/STUDIES/BRIEFS

BOOK REVIEWS

RESEARCH GRANTS


2020-2021: Climate change and central bank asset purchases, Principal Investigator: Yannis Dafermos, Co-Investigators: Daniela Gabor, Maria Nikolaidi, Frank van Lerven, Funder: INSPIRE/ClimateWorks Foundation
2019-2020: Greening the Eurosystem collateral framework, Principal Investigator: Yannis Dafermos, Co-Investigators: Daniela Gabor, Maria Nikolaidi, Frank van Lerven, Funder: INSPIRE/ClimateWorks Foundation
2019-2020:
Managing supercycles: globalisation and institutional change, Principal Investigator: Daniela Gabor, Co-Investigators: Yannis Dafermos, Jo Michell, Funder: Rebuilding Macroeconomics/ESRC
2015-2016: How can central banks enhance ecological sustainability? Vice-Chancellor’s Early Career Research Development Award, University of the West of England
2014-2016: Modelling the interactions between the ecosystem, the financial system and the macroeconomy, Principal Investigator: New Economics Foundation, Co-Investigators: Yannis Dafermos, Giorgos Galanis, Maria Nikolaidi, Funder: Network for Social Change

WORK EXPERIENCE


2019-present: Lecturer in Economics, SOAS University of London
2016-2019: Senior Lecturer in Economics, University of the West of England
2013-2016: Lecturer in Economics, University of the West of England
20112013: Researcher, Labour Institute, Greek General Confederation of Labour
2008-2010: Freelance researcher in economics and biostatistics

TEACHING


CURRENT TEACHING

  • Macroeconomic Analysis, Undergraduate level 2 (Module Convenor), SOAS University of London
  • Advanced Macroeconomics, Postgraduate level (Module Convenor), SOAS University of London

PAST TEACHING

  • Macroeconomics, Undergraduate level 1 (Module Leader), University of the West of England, 2015-2019
  • Contemporary issues in banking and finance, Undergraduate level 3, University of the West of England, 2015-2019
  • Sustainable organisation: vision into practice, Postgraduate level, University of the West of England, 2014-2019
  • Time-series econometrics, Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme on applied econometrics, University of the West of England, 2014-2017
  • Econometrics, Undergraduate level 3, University of the West of England, 2014-2015
  • Statistics and data management, Undergraduate level 1, University of the West of England, 2014-2015
  • Introduction to macroeconomics, Undergraduate level 1, University of Athens, 2009-2010

QUALIFICATIONS


2015: Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, University of the West of England
2012: PhD in Economics, University of Athens
2007: MPhil in EconomicsUniversity of Athens
2005: BSc in Management Science and Technology, Athens University of Economics and Business

INVITED PRESENTATIONS


06/2021: The Green Swan Conference – Coordinating finance on climate, BIS, Banque de France, IMF, NGFS
03/2021: ‘Macrofinancial policy mixes in the era of climate emergency’, International Sustainable Finance Centre
11/2020: ‘Modelling climate risks: a dynamic macrofinancial perspective’, QUANTM Seminar, IMF
10/2020: ‘Analysis of climate-related financial risks in macroeconomic models’, BCC 8th Annual Conference
09/2020: ‘Greening the Eurosystem collateral framework’, 2nd Annual workshop of INSPIRE
07/2020: ‘Stock-flow consistent modelling and ecological macroeconomics’, 9th PKES Summer School
07/2020: ‘Central banks and climate change: why we need a systems-based approach’, The Elgar (webinar) Series on Central Banking and Monetary Policy
05/2020: ‘Wynne Godley and ecological macroeconomics’, Conference on the Legacy of Wynne Godley, Levy Economics Institute of the Bard College
12/2019: ‘How can green differentiated capital requirements affect climate risks? A dynamic macrofinancial analysis’, Workshop on Coupled Climate-Ecology-Economy Modeling and Model Hierarchies, Institut Henri Poincaré, Sorbonne University, Paris
10/2019: ‘Ecological macroeconomics and the Green New Deal’, Rethinking Economics Pisa, University of Pisa/Sant’Anna School, Pisa
10/2019: ‘SFC ecological macro models for climate policy analysis: opportunities and research challenges’, Institute for Ecological Economics, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Vienna
09/2019: ‘Environmental sustainability, central bank operations and the real economy’, INSPIRE workshop in association with GRASFI, University of Oxford, Oxford
08/2019: ‘Stock-flow consistent modelling and ecological macroeconomics’, FMM Summer School, Berlin
06/2019: ‘Institutional supercycles: an evolutionary macro-finance approach’, Bank of England, London
04/2019: ‘Planetary Health and finance: perspectives on macro modelling’, Planetary Health finance workshop, Oxford Martin School, Oxford
03/2019: ‘What is ecological macroeconomics?’, Still Rethinking? The need for pluralism in economics, University of Greenwich, London
03/2019:
‘Climate risks and green differentiated capital requirements’, Expert roundtable on macro-financial risks and climate change, UCL, London
09/2018: ‘Climate change and finance: the big picture’, Post-growth conference, European Parliament, Brussels
07/2018: ‘Climate risks and financial stability’, Closing plenary session, EcoMod conference, Venice
06/2018: ‘Understanding the financial system’, Office for National Statistics (ONS), Newport
05/2018
: ‘Building a stock-flow consistent model in practice’, Lab session for PhD students, University of Greenwich, London
10/2017:  ‘Climate change, financial stability and monetary policy’, Workshop on climate change, the energy transition and the financial System, France Stratégie & Chair in Energy and Prosperity, Paris
06/2017: ‘Building a stock-flow consistent model in practice’, Lab session for PhD students, University of Greenwich, London
12/2016: ‘A stock-flow-fund ecological macroeconomic model’, Agence Française de Développement (AFD), Paris
09/2016: ‘Modelling the transition to a circular economy’, Ellen MacArthur Foundation, Isle of Wight
08/2016: ‘Introduction to stock-flow consistent modelling’, Summer School on applied stock-flow consistent macro-modelling, Kingston University, London
06/2016:  ‘Building a stock-flow consistent model in practice’, Lab session for PhD students, University of Greenwich, London
04/2016:  ‘Ecological macroeconomics, finance and degrowth’, Post-Crash Economics Society, University of Manchester, Manchester
12/2015:  ‘A stock-flow-fund ecological macroeconomic model’, Political Economy seminar series, Kingston University, London
12/2015‘A stock-flow-fund ecological macroeconomic model’, MISUM seminar series, Stockholm School of Economics, Stockholm
05/2015:  ‘An ecological stock-flow-fund modelling framework’, 25th Annual Workshop of the Post-Keynesian Economics Study Group, SOAS, London
05/2015: ‘Building a stock-flow consistent model in practice’, Lab session for PhD students, University of Greenwich, London
06/2014:  ‘Monetary policy and the distribution of personal income and wealth’, Workshop on Monetary Policy and Sustainability, Council on Economic Policies, Bellagio
05/2014: ‘Debt cycles, instability and fiscal rules: a Godley-Minsky model’, Cambridge Keynes seminar, University of Cambridge, Cambridge

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES


Journal referee: Cambridge Journal of Economics [2]; Canadian Journal of Development Studies; Climate and Development; Climate Policy; Climate Risk Management; Competition & Change; Ecological Economics [6]; Economic Modelling [3]; Energy for Sustainable Development; Environmental Policy and Governance; European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies: Intervention [3]; International Economics; International Journal of Social Welfare; International Review of Applied Economics [4]; International Review of Economics and Finance; Journal of Banking and Finance; Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization; Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control; Journal of Economic Policy Reform; Journal of Environmental Management; Journal of Evolutionary Economics [2]; Journal of Financial Stability; Metroeconomica [2]; Nature Climate Change; Review of International Political Economy [3]; Review of Political Economy; Review of Radical Political Economics; The Social Science Journal; World Development
Referee: Austrian Climate and Energy Fund; International Energy Agency; Research Foundation Flanders (FWO); Routledge; World Bank
External PhD examiner: University of Surrey [2015]; Universitat Jaume I [2019]; Kingston University [2020]; King’s College London [2020]
2021: Guest co-editor: Journal of Financial Stability, special issue on ‘Climate risks and financial stability’, forthcoming
2021: Guest co-editor: Canadian Journal of Development Studies, special issue on ‘Covid-19 and crises of capitalism: intensifying inequalities and global responses’, forthcoming
2020-present: Council member, European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy (EAEPE)
2020-present: Fellow, Forum for Macroeconomics and Macroeconomic Policies (FMM)
2020: Consultant, Banco Central do Brasil
2019-present: Associate Editor, Review of Evolutionary Political Economy
2019-present: Convenor, MSc Economics, SOAS University of London
2019-present: Member, SOAS Centre for Sustainable Finance
2018: Programme committee member, EcoMod Conference
2016-present:
Research area coordinator, European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy (EAEPE)
2016-2020: External examiner for undergraduate and postgraduate modules: University of Greenwich
2015-present: Fellow, Higher Education Academy
2014-present: Committee member, Post-Keynesian Economics Society (PKES)
2014-present: Member, Reteaching Economics
2014-2020: Working paper series co-editor, Post-Keynesian Economics Society (PKES)
2014-2016: Research Associate, New Economics Foundation

RESEARCH INTERESTS


  • Financial macroeconomics
  • Climate change and finance
  • Ecological macroeconomics
  • Climate change and economic development
  • Inequality

COMPUTING SKILLS


EViews; MATLAB; R; SPSS; Stata