GEORGIOS CHORTAREAS PDF
Financial development and economic activity in advanced and developing open economies: Evidence from panel cointegration. G Chortareas, G Magkonis. Office: 1, Sofokleous & Aristidou str., 5th floor, office Tel: email : gchortar[at]econ,uoa[dot]gr. Personal Website: Georgios Chortareas. Research Economist,. Dr Chortareas has been a Research Economist in the International Economic Analysis Division, Monetary Analysis.
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He has published as sole author or editor, as well as co-author and co-editor, a number of books, contributed invited chapters to numerous books, produced research reports for research institutes, and has published widely in academic journals. His research interests include systematic modelling of policies to achieve climate stabilisation.
In addition to central banking, he also works on the EU fiscal environment and the relationship between macroeconomy and financial stability. He has held a PhD in Economics from Sciences-Po sincewith a thesis on the expectations channel of monetary policy and the policy and welfare effects of central bank influence in a context of imperfect information.
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Purpose of conference Programme Speakers Registration. His research interests are in monetary policy and international finance and he has published more than fifty articles in referred journals. He was a Lecturer at University of Paris-Dauphine between and and has been teaching at Sciences Po since His research has geoggios on economic policies in gsorgios EMU, including monetary and fiscal coordination, on the economics of EU enlargement co-editor, with S.
Professor Creel is co-author with E. He has published approximately thirty articles in leading economic journals in the field of macroeconomics and international economics. He works frequently with the media, providing interviews and comments in France, Italy, Japan, Germany, etc. His monograph, jointly with J.
She received her PhD from the University of Connecticut. Her research interests are in the areas of economic growth, convergence and efficiency.
His research interests are in the areas of macroeconomic policy, labour markets, and international financial flows. Her research interests are in the areas of foreign direct investments, labour market and fiscal policy. She is the author of several papers and chapters of books on these subjects. He was as a Junior Lecturer at the Free University of Berlin, where he completed his doctorate inand a Senior Lecturer at Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, where he obtained his post-doctoral degree Habilitation in D degree from the University of London He worked as Economic Research Officer at the Commonwealth Secretariat and taught at the University of Greenwich between and where he was Principal Lecturer in Economics and head of the Economics Division.
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His main research interests are in the area of public policymaking, climate change policy, the crisis in the georfios and its impact on Ireland, UK austerity policy and Banking nationalisation.
He graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College, and obtained his PhD in political science from the University georfios California at Berkeley. His research activities focus on the politics of market reform in developing countries, industrial organisation and labour relations, federalism and public goods provision, energy security, transport infrastructure development, foreign direct chodtareas, political risk analysis, and regional and urban-rural distributive issues in the process of urbanisation.
He is working on a book on the corporatisation of large Chinese state-owned enterprises into shareholding georglos in the late s, using the case study of national oil and petrochemical companies to examine the political and macroeconomic conditions that enabled a radical reorganisation of the commanding heights, and the ensuing legacy of contentious state-market relations.
He received his Ph. Veorgios main research chortarreas include the relationship between inequality and macroeconomic performance, European macroeconomic policies and interaction between structural reforms, fiscal and monetary policies. He is in charge of the Economics concentration of the Master of European Affairs at Sciences-Po Paris, where he teaches international and European macroeconomics. He is the author of 11 books and has edited 24, and has also contributed chapters to over He has published 90 papers in refereed journals.
His research interests are choratreas macroeconomics, fiscal and monetary policy, the political economy of the European Monetary Union, financialisation, nature of money, causes and concepts of unemployment, and the economics of Michal Kalecki.
His research interests are in the areas of social security, the welfare state, labour market, innovation, and economic policy. He is also a nonresident senior fellow and professor of the School of Economics of the Brookings-Tsinghua Center for Public Policy, where his research focuses on topics related to China’s ongoing economic transition. He studied economics at Cologne University where he graduated in He received his doctoral degree in Her research interests and recent publications are in the area of local public finance, fiscal policy and foreign direct investment.
She is working on research projects on local debt and property tax in China. His other research chortaras include economic growth, innovation, and regional convergence.
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He is also involved in projects on distance learning. His recent publications include ‘U. A Stock-flow Consistent Approach’, Ekonomia,