Undergraduate Courses

– Advanced Mathematics

The topics covered belong to the area of advanced mathematics for economics: Constrained optimization, concave programming, Differential-Difference equations,  Dynamic Systems. Main textbooks:  1. M. Hoy, J. Livernois, C. McKenna, R. Rees, T. Stengos, 2001, “Mathematics for Economics”

– Economic Growth.

This course studies the growth process of economies from the dawn of civilization up to the contemporary era.  Main Textbook: Unified Growth Theory, Oded Galor.

– Principles of Economics (Macroeconomics),

The topics covered are IS-LM static models, Economic Growth, Theories of Unemployment and Inflation, AS-AD model to study economic fluctuations. Main Textbook: Mankiw N.G. and Taylor M.P., “Economics”.

 

Previous Undergraduate and Postgraduate Courses taught

20010-14. The Economics of Labour Markets – Department of Economics and Finance, Brunel University London, UK.

This course goes through a deep understanding on how the Labour Market work. Topics include: Derivation of Labour Supply and Demand, Equilibrium Wage, Human Capital, Migration, Welfare Programs and Unemployment rate. Incentives and bargaining process in Labour Market. Macroeconomic issues and Labour.  Main textbooks:  George J. Borjas, Labor Economics, International Edition.

 

2009-10. Mathematics for Economists II – Department of Economics, University of Cyprus.

2009-10. Macroeconomic Theory (OIK 221) – Department of Economics, University of Cyprus.

 

2008-9. International Economics (joint with A. Galynou) – Department of International and European Economic Studies, AUEB.

2008 Macroeconomics (MSc) – MSc in International Economics and Finance, AUEB, DIEES.
The topics covered belong to the area of macroeconomics dynamics i.e. solving differential-difference equations, optimal control theory, dynamic programming, growth theory.

Previous courses as a TA

Mathematics II (BSc) – Teaching Assistant – BSc in International and European Economic Studies, AUEB, DIEES.
The topics covered belong to the area of advanced mathematics for economics: Differential-Difference equations and Dynamic Systems in detail.

Macroeconomics (MSc) – Preparation Class – MSc in International Economics and Finance, AUEB, DIEES.
The topics covered are IS-LM static models, Theories of Unemployment and Inflation, the Mundell-Fleming model. Main textbooks (Greek):  Olivier Blanchard, 2006, “Μακροοικονομική”, Gregory Mankiw, 2005, “Μακροοικονομική”.

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