Ioannis Kaskarelis

Dr. Ioannis A. Kaskarelis, Greek, born in Pireus, Greece (1962), Professor in “International Economics” (since 15-10-2004) at the Department of Economics, University of Thessaly.

BA(Econ) University of Athens, 1983

MA(Econ) Athens School of Economics, 1985

PhD (Econ) University of London, 1990

Distinctions and Scholarships from the State Scholarship Foundation of Greece and the Athens School of Economics


Previous employment : Assistant Professor in “Econometrics” at the Dept. of Economics, University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece (1995-2004), Lecturer in “Econometrics” at the Dept. of Econs, Univ. of Macedonia (1992-1995).

In the past also employed as research assistant at the University of London and the Athens School of Economics

The Teaching area is in Econometric Theory and Applied Econometrics in undergraduate and postgraduate level, Macroeconomic Theory and Policy and International Economics.

Writer of three monographs and three textbooks (in greek). Publications in Journals (J.of Econ.Lit Index List) as the Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, Journal of Macroeconomics, Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv., Economia Internazionale, Applied Economics, Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Economiche e Commerciali etc., and also in other editing volumes and professional journals in Greece.

Participation in international conferences.

Refereed papers for the Applied Economics, Economic Modelling, Oxford Economic Papers.

Member of the Economic Chamber of Greece, European Economic Association, Royal Economic Society, American Economic Association, Greek Academic Society of European Studies, New York Academy of Sciences. Research Fellow at the Institute of Economic Policy Research.

References/Entries in the Biographical Dictionaries «Marquis Who is Who in the World» (New Jersey-USA), «International Biographical Centre’s (Cambridge-UK) Dictionary of International Biography», and in the special editions «2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 20th Century» (of IBC Cambridge-UK).

Research Area: Macroeconomics and Econometrics, International Economics, Applied Economics, Normative Economics.