CV

PUBLICATIONS


JOURNAL ARTICLES

WORKING PAPERS

        BRIEFS

        STUDIES/REPORTS

BOOK REVIEWS

RESEARCH GRANTS


  • How can central banks enhance ecological sustainability? Vice-Chancellor’s Early Career Research Development Award, University of the West of England, 2015-2016
  • Modelling the interactions between the ecosystem, the financial system and the macroeconomy, lead institution: New Economics Foundation, partner institutions: University of Greenwich, University of the West of England, funder: Network for Social Change, 2014-2016

WORK EXPERIENCE


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

TEACHING


CURRENT TEACHING

  • Macroeconomics, undergraduate level 1 (module leader), University of the West of England
  • Contemporary issues in banking and finance, undergraduate level 3, University of the West of England
  • Sustainable organisation: vision into practice, postgraduate level, University of the West of England

PAST TEACHING

  • 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: Degree in Management Science and Technology, Athens University of Economics and Business

INVITED PRESENTATIONS


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 SERVICES


RESEARCH INTERESTS


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

COMPUTING SKILLS


EViews; MATLAB; R; SPSS; Stata

 

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