I am Assistant Professor of Microeconomics at the University of Ioannina. My research interests include impact evaluation methods, computational economics, empirics and theory of economic networks, complex systems, microeconometrics, labour economics.
After my Bachelor Degree in Mathematics (with honors) from the University of Ioannina I was really excited to continue my studies in the field of social sciences. In 2002 I was accepted (with full scholarship) into the MSc Programme in Economics, at Athens University of Economics and Business (I graduated in 2004 with honors). In 2004, I was accepted (with scholarship) into the PhD Programme in Economics. For the period 2004-2008, I was a PhD student at Athens University of Economics and Business undertaking theoretical and empirical research on areas related to microeconomics, labour economics, computational economics and econometrics.
For the period 2006-2008 I was working at the FEIR/IOBE as the Head Researcher of the Hellenic Food and Beverages Industry Research Department and as a Research Associate in the Department of Macroeconomic Analysis and Policy. In FEIR/IOBE I have leaded several research projects, I have published several working papers on policy and economic issues and I have initiated some of the FEIR/IOBE's ongoing collaborations.
In 2009 I joined the faculty of the Department of Economics at the University of Ioannina where I teach microeconomics and statistics at the under- (and post-) graduate level.