Ph.D in Economics
Graduated on the 20 September 2002
Thesis title: “Alternative Models of Transition for Russian and Eastern European Economies”.
Supervisor: Professor John King
Master of Economics
Thesis title: “The Search for a Consistent and Viable Economic System in the Soviet Union ”.
Supervisor: Associate Professor Ian Ward
Master of Economics, Coursework
Master of Economics Preliminary
Athens School of Economic and Commercial Sciences
Bachelor of Economics, Major in Economic Analysis
University of Missouri
Kansas City, Kansas City, USA
22 June- 3 July 2002
Seventh International Post Keynesian Workshop
24 November-6 December 1996
General Equilibrium Modelling and Monash Model Course
Centre of Policy Studies
RECOGNITIONS, AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
Clarence E. Ayres Scholar Award by the Association for Evolutionary Economics.The exceptional research within the area of institutional economics in an international setting is what prompted the AFEE Awards Committee and AFEE Board of Directors to recognize your work with the Ayres Scholar Award.
Award in a form of financial assistance to attend the Seventh International Post Keynesian Workshop, University of Missouri Kansas City, Kansas City, USA.
Outstanding Conference Participant, Business & Economics Society International Conference, Canary Islands, Spain.
1982 – 1983
Scholarship Halkiopoulou Foundation, Athens