Emvalomatis, Gregory


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I graduated with an MSc in Agricultural Economics and Rural Development from the Agricultural University of Athens and I obtained an MSc and a PhD in Agricultural, Environmental and Regional Economics from the Pennsylvania State University. I joined the University of Dundee in 2013 as a Lecturer. Prior to this, I was an Assistant Professor at Wageningen University, the Netherlands.


As a researcher I am very much geared towards conducting applied economic research that can support decision making. My recent research includes topics in applied microeconomics, the nexus of agricultural/environmental economics and public policy, industrial organization, production economics and innovation, firm and country-level benchmarking, and regional convergence in productivity.

In headlines, my research interests are:
• Applied Microeconomics, Agricultural Economics and Industrial Organization
• Production Economics, Efficiency and Productivity Measurement
• Innovation, Technical Progress and Empirical Economic Growth
• Statistics and Applied Econometrics (classical and Bayesian)
• Operations Research and Computational Economics


I am currently teaching the following modules at the University of Dundee:
• Microeconomic Analysis (BU30016)
• Quantitative Methods for Business (BU30019)
• Elements of Business Analytics (BU52018)

In the past I have also taught:
• Business Economics and Management
• Advanced Econometrics
• Industrial Organization
• Short courses on Bayesian Econometrics
• Short courses on Efficiency and Productivity Analysis




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