Yannis Katsoulacos

Professor of Economics, Athens University of Economics and Business

Yannis S. Katsoulacos is Professor of Economics at the Department of Economic Science of the Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) (1994 - ), University Vice- Rector for Academic Affairs and Personnel (2007 - 2011) and Chairman of the Department of Economic Science (2011 - ). Director of the Department’s Programme of Postgraduate Studies (2000 - 4) and Director of the Postgraduate Executive Programme in Applied Economics and Finance which he initiated and organised (2003 - ).

He got his MSc and his Ph.D in Economics (1984) from the London School of Economics (Supervisor: John Sutton) and since then he has been teaching courses on industrial organisation, economics of competition and regulation policy, micro-economics and economics of technological change and innovation at under graduate and post-graduate level (to full-time and executive students). He has taught at the Universities of Southampton, Bristol and Liverpool. He was appointed Associate Professor at AUEB in 1989.

He has been a Visiting Professor of the University of Pittsburgh (1992-1993) at the Center of Economic Research and Graduate Education, Charles University (Prague), a Visiting Research Fellow (Spring 1994) at the Center de Recherche en Economie et Statistique, CREST-ENSAE (Paris), Director of the Athens Institute of Economic Policy Studies (1993-1995), and Director of the Joint Doctorate Programme in Economics of AUEB and the Kapodestrian University of Athens (2001 -2003). He is an Academic Associate – Senior Consultant with CRA’s European Competition Practice (2011 - ).

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