I have a BSc in Economics from the University of Macedonia, Greece, an MSc in Energy Economics and Policy from the University of Surrey, UK and awarded a PhD in Economics from University of Surrey in June 2018. I joined University of Portsmouth in September 2018 as Teaching Fellow. Before joining the University of Portsmouth, he was Associate Lecturer in Queen Mary University of London and Teaching Assistant in University of Surrey.
Current teaching resopsibiities include: Contracts, Market Competition and Regulation, Industrial Organisation, Statistics for Economics, Intermediate Microeconomic and Data and Research Methods for Economics. In the past I have taught Econometrics, Commercial and Investment Banking, Alternative Investments, Data Analysis, Microeconomics and Game Theory.
My PhD Thesis investigates relative aggregate energy efficiency for a panel of 39 developing countries using two stochastic frontier analysis (SFA) approaches over the period 1989 to 2008. The first adopts an energy demand function approach and the second an energy distance function approach.
My main strands of research are: Energy and Environmental Economics and Policy, areas of research where empirical tools can solve real world problems.
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Ph.D., University of Surrey
Award Date: 29 Jun 2018
Master of Science, University of Surrey
Award Date: 10 Oct 2012
BSc (Hons), University of Macedonia
Award Date: 10 Oct 2010
Associate Lecturer, Queen Mary University of LondonSep 2016 → Sep 2018
Teaching Assistant, University of SurreySep 2013 → Sep 2016
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