Sarantis Kalyvitis is Professor of Macroeconomics and International Finance at the Department of International European and Economic Studies (AUEB) and holds a Jean Monnet Chair in European Macroeconomics. His research interests are the areas of international macroeconomics and finance. His papers have been published in a number of refereed journals, including Journal of Public Economics, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. He is the author of Structural Funds: Growth, Employment and the Environment, Economic Growth: Theory and Policy (in greek), International Monetary and Open Economy Macroeconomics (in greek).
Margarita Katsimi is Professor of International Macroeconomic Theory and Policy at the Department of International and European Economic Studies (AUEB), where she is Director of the Graduate Program in “Executive MSc in European Studies”, and Research Fellow, CESifo. Her research focuses on international economics, trade and political economy. She has taught at the University of Essex and has been a Member of the Greek Council of Economic Advisors and the Economic Policy Committee of the EU and an Alternate Member of the Euro Working Group. She has published in a number of refereed journals, including Oxford Economic Papers, Economic Inquiry, Public Choice, Journal of International Money and Finance, and is the author of Macroeconomic Policies of the EU (in greek).
Panos Hatzipanayotou is Professor of Economics at the Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) since 1999. He Holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the State University of New York (S.U.N.Y) Stony Brook. He served as Assistant-Associate Professor at the University of Connecticut, USA, 1984-1994, and as Associate and Full Professor at the Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki, 1994-1999. He has also served as Visiting Professor at the University of Cyprus, and Visiting Research Fellow at Deakin University, Melbourne-Australia. He is Research Fellow of CES-ifo and his research interests include International Factor Mobility, Optimal Commercial Policy under Variable Factor Supplies and Various Forms of Trade Restrictions, Indirect Tax Reforms, Trade and Factor Tax Policies with Public Goods and Public Inputs, Preferential Trading Agreements, Foreign Aid, Environmental Issues in International Trade. He has published in many outlets, including Canadian Journal of Economics, Economica, Economics Letters, Journal of Development Economics, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, Journal of Public Economic Theory, Journal of Public Economics, International Tax and Public Finance, Oxford Economic Papers, Scandinavian Journal of Economics.
Panagiotis Konstantinou is Assistant Professor at the Department of International and European Economic Studies (AUEB). He has previously taught at the University of Macedonia and Brunel University, and he also served as a research fellow at the University of Rome III. His research is in the fields of international economics and finance, with an emphasis in quantitative applications. He has published in academic journals including American Economic Review, Journal of Applied Econometrics, Economics Letters and Review of International Economics.
Thomas Moutos is Professor of Economics in the Department of International and European Economic Studies (AUEB) and is a Research Fellow of CESifo. He has lectured in various other Universities (Dresden University of Technology, University of Glasgow, University of Mainz, University of Munich, University of Stirling). His research interests cover areas in international economics, macroeconomics and labour economics. His papers have been published in a number of refereed journals, including American Economic Review (Papers and Proceedings), Canadian Journal of Economics, Journal of Development Economics, Journal of International Money and Finance, European Journal of Political Economy, Oxford Economic Papers, Scandinavian Journal of Economics), and has authored/edited books with Cambridge University Press, Elsevier, and MIT Press.