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Yorgos Stassinopoulos

Associate  Professor Econopmic Policy

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Telephone:
210 9201854
Address:
Πάντειο Πανεπιστήμιο
Λ. Συγγρου 136, 176 71 Αθήνα
Building:
ΔΕΣΚοι
Office:
Α13

 

Biographical Note

Yorgos Stassinopoulos was born in Athens in 1966. He received his B.A. in Economics from the Athens University of Economics and Business in 1991, and in 1999, he received his Ph.D. in Economic and Political History of Greece from Panteion University. From 2001 to 2004 he lectured in Political Economy at the University of Crete, Dept. of Economics. From 2006 he is Lecturer of Economics at Panteion University of Athens, Dept. of International and European Studies. His earlier research includes economic policy, monetary economics and history of economic thought; his current research interests focus on the post-war economic policy in Greece, and international political economy.

Courses taught

  • Economic Policy 
  • International Political Economy ΙΙ
  • European Economic Integration
  • Greek Economy

Recent Publications

  • The Rhetoric of Development: Economic Ideas and Economic Policy in Greece, during the Reconstruction Period, 1944-1952. Athens: Gutenberg, 2010 (in Greek).
  • (With M. Psalidopoulos), "A Liberal Economist and Economic Policy Reform in Nineteenth-Century Greece: The Case of Ioannes Soutsos", History of Political Economy, 41.3 (2009): 491-517.
  • "The Economic Policy as Power Exercise: The contribution of J. Kenneth Galbraith (1908-2006)", in, John Kenneth Galbraith (1908-2006): In Searching of "Good Society". Athens: Midnight Publications, 2009, 29-54 (in Greek).
  • (With Ch. Papazoglou), "The Banking Sector in Bulgaria and Romania: Developments, Prospects, and Challenges". Mésogeios, 32-33 (2007): 131-147.
  • 1."The Policy of National Bank of Greece under the direction of J. A. Valaorites, 1911-14", in, The Life and Work of J. A. Valaorites, 1895-1914. Athens: University of Piraeus, 2007, 202-218 (in Greek).