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Dr Sotiris Kampanelis

Sotiris Kampanelis

BA, MPhil, PhD

Recent graduate

Education

2016-2019

PhD, University of St Andrews, Scotland, UK

2013-2015

MPhil in Economics, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece, Distinction in Dissertation, Title: "Evaluating M&A as Real options"

2007-2012

BSc in Economics and Regional Development, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Department of Economics and Regional Development, Athens, Greece

Biography

Sotirios Kampanelis is a PhD student at University of St Andrews. In 2016 he joined the Centre for Responsible Banking and Finance.

Teaching

2018 – 2019

  • MN1002 Organisations and Analysis: Introduction to Business Statistics (Tutor)

2017 – 2018

  • MN1001 Organisations and Society: People, Work and Organisations (Tutor)
  • MN1002 Organisations and Analysis: Introduction to Business Statistics (Tutor)
  • MN1002 Organisations and Analysis: Introduction to Financial Accounting (Tutor)
  • MN2002 Management and Analysis: Analysis of Financial Data (Tutor)

2016 – 2017

  • MN1001 Organisations and Society: Economic Principles (Tutor)

2013 – 2015

Tutoring-Lab of Excel-National and Kapodestrian University of Athens

Research interests

  • Development economics
  • Regional and urban economics
  • Economic growth

Supervisors

Dr Daniel Oto-Peralias
Professor John Wilson
Dr Dimitris Chronopoulos

Publications

It's Time for Westernization: The Advantages of the Early Start for Long-Term Economic Development at the Local Level, (forthcoming, 2019), Oxford Economic Papers

Research papers

Does Local Finance affect Intergenerational Mobility? Evidence from the United States (In Progress) (with Daniel Oto?Peralías, Dimitris K. Chronopoulos, and John O. S. Wilson) (Job Market Paper)

Spreading Civilizations: Ancient Colonialism and Economic Development Along the Mediterranean (with Daniel Oto?Peralías, Dimitris K. Chronopoulos, and John O. S. Wilson)

Look, there is a light: The effects of psychological synthesis of neighborhoods on upward economic mobility

Conference presentations

Royal Economic Society Junior Symposium, 2017, University of Sussex, Brighton, "Spreading Civilizations: Ancient Colonialism and Economic Development Along the Mediterranean"

EFiC Conference in Banking and Finance, 2018, University of Essex, Colchester, "Does Local Finance affect Intergenerational Mobility? Evidence from the United States"

Awards

St Leonard's 7th-Century Scholarship, University of St Andrews, UK (2016)

School of Management PhD full studentship, University of St Andrews, UK (2016)

Anglia Ruskin University PhD full studentship, International Business School, Cambridge, UK, (2016)