Anastasia Miaouli, Dean of the School of Economic Sciences, is Associate Professor at the Athens University of Economics and Business, Department of Economics, and Dean of the School of Economic Sciences. She received her B.A. and M.Sc. in Economics from the Athens University of Economics and Business and Ph.D. from the University of London (1990) in Labour Economics. Her current research focuses on issues of macroeconomics, structural reforms in product and labour markets, employment and wages, institutions of the labour markets.
She has been Honorary Senior Research Fellow at the City University London UK, Visiting Professor at Queen Mary College University of London UK, University of Cyprus, and University of Bern among others. She is an Expert Evaluator for European projects and she is acting as Vice Chair in evaluations of Marie Curie and other research activities under 6th, 7th and Horizon 2020 Framework Programs.
She has published papers in international peer reviewed journals, she has presented her work in a number of international conferences and workshops and has been editor of two books in the field of macroeconomics and mathematical economics. She is currently teaching principles of macroeconomics (undergraduate) and labour economics (both undergraduate and graduate level) in the Department of Economics at the Athens University of Economics and Business. She has been member of professional and academic organizations (European Association of Labour Economists, European Economic Association, International Atlantic Economic Society among others) and has served as referee in many scientific journals such as Journal of Economic Studies, International Review of Applied Economics, Journal of Macroeconomics, Economic Modelling among others.
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