• Karanasos, M., Koutroumpis, P., Karavias, Y., Kartsaklas, A. & Arakelian, V., (2016)."Inflation Convergence in the EMU". Journal of Empirical Finance, 39, pp.241-253. Impact Factor 2018: 1.244. 

 

  • Macchiarelli, C., Koutroumpis, P., (2016). "The Current State of Financial (Dis)integration in the Euro Area: In-Depth Analysis". IP/A/ECON/2016-03, PE 587.314. European Parliament, Policy Department A: Economic and Scientific Policy, Brussels, Belgium.

  • Campos N., Karanasos M., Koutroumpis, P. & Zhang Z., (2020). "Political Instability, Institutional Change and Economic Growth in Brazil since 1870". Journal of Institutional Economics, forthcomingImpact Factor 2018: 1.411. (PDF)

       - Online Appendix for the paper entitled "​Political Instability, Institutional Change and Economic          Growth in Brazil since 1870".

  • Social Exclusion and Labour Market Challenges in the Western Balkans; with Bartlett, W. & Monastiriotis V., 2020 (forthcoming). Cambridge Scholars.

Journal Publications
Books & Book Chapters

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PUBLICATIONS AND CONFERENCES

Under Review & Work in Progress

Under Review:​​

      ​ -In Media: Columbia Law School Blog

  • The Finance-Growth Nexus and Public-Private Ownership of Banks: Non-Linear Time Series Evidence for Brazil since 1870; with Campos N., Karanasos M. & Zhang Z.. (Under Review)

  • Apocalypse Now, Apocalypse Then, Apocalypse When? Economic Growth and Structural Breaks in Argentina (1886-2003); with Campos N., Karanasos M. & Karoglou M.. (Under Review)​​

  • On the Time-Varying Link Between Finance and Growth: A Smooth Transition Approach for Brazil, 1890-2003; with Campos N. & Karanasos M.. (Under Review)

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Work in Progress:

  • Expansionary and Contractionary Multipliers in the U.S. (1986-2018); with Kapetanios G. & Tsoukis C..

  • Measuring Inflation Persistence: A Time-Varying GARCH-in-mean Approach; with Karanasos M..

 

  • Growth in the United States: IPOs and Listings from 1901 to 1922 in the New York Stock Exchange; with Gounopoulos D..

  • Rollover in Commodity Returns using PARCH models; with Karanasos M., Margaronis, Z. & Nath, R..

  

Refereeing Duties
  • British Accounting Review, Small Business Economics, International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, Comparative Economic Studies, Journal of Economic Assymetries, South Eastern Europe Journal of Economics, Elsevier/ Academic Press.

  • Review Committee INFINITI 2018 Conference on International Finance Asia-Pacific.

  • Review Committee INFINITI 2019 Conference on International Finance.

Conference Presentations
  • 28-30th May 2013: Co-organizer at Brunel University, London, UK, “10th  BMRC-DEMS Conference on Macro and Financial Economics/Econometrics”.

 

  • 8-10th June 2014: “Conference on International Finance: “Global Finance-Integration or Mere Convergence?, INFINITI 2014”, Prato, Italy, paper presented: “On the Time-Varying Link Between Growth, Financial Development and Political Instability; A Smooth Transition Approach for Brazil, 1890-2003”.

 

  • 12th-14th December 2014: Institute of Global Finance and the School of Banking & Finance, UNSW Business School, Australia, “The 28th Australasian Finance and Banking Conference”, paper presented: “On the Time-Varying Link Between Growth, Financial Development and Political Instability; A Smooth Transition Approach for Brazil, 1890-2003”.

 

  • 18-19th May 2015: Co-organizer at Brunel University, London, UK, “11 th BMRC-DEMS Conference on Macro and Financial Economics/Econometrics”.

  • 18-19th May 2015: Brunel University, London, UK, “11th BMRC-DEMS Conference on Macro and Financial Economics/Econometrics”, paper presented: “On the Time-Varying Link Between Growth, Financial Development and Political Instability; A Smooth Transition Approach for Brazil, 1890-2003”.

 

  • 12th-17th July 2015: “ 14th Conference on Research on Economic Theory and Econometrics”, Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania, Greece paper presented: “On the Time-Varying Link Between Growth, Financial Development and Political Instability; a Smooth Transition Approach for Brazil, 1890-2003”.

 

  • 4th November 2015: Invited Speaker, Research Seminar at Brunel University, Department of Economics and Finance, paper presented: “Inflation Convergence in the EMU and the Link between Inflation Differentials and their Uncertainty”.

 

  • 12th-14th December 2015: Invited Speaker, “9th International Conference on Computational and Financial Econometrics(CFE 2015)” London, UK, paper presented: “Inflation Convergence in the EMU and the Link between Inflation Differentials and their Uncertainty”.

 

  • 10th-11th March 2016: “24th Symposium of the Society for Nonlinear Dynamics and Econometrics”, University of Alabama, USA, paper presented: “Measuring Inflation Persistence: A Time-Varying GARCH-in-mean Approach”.

 

  • 22nd-25th June 2016:  “IAAE 2016 International Conference”, University of Milan-Bicocca, Italy,  paper presented: “Inflation Convergence in the EMU and the Link between Inflation Differentials and their Uncertainty”.

 

  • 20th October 2016: Invited Speaker, Research Seminar at Birmingham University, Department of Economics, UK, paper presented: “On the Time-Varying Link Between Growth, Financial Development and Political Instability; a Smooth Transition Approach for Brazil, 1890-2003”.

 

  • 21st-24th June 2018: “17th Annual EEFS Conference”, City University London, London, UK paper presented: “On the Time-Varying Link Between Growth, Financial Development and Political Instability; A Smooth Transition Approach for Brazil, 1890-2003”

 

  • 13th-17th July 2018: “17th Conference on Research on Economic Theory and Econometrics”, Tinos, paper presented: “The Legacy of a Fractured  Eurozone: the Greek Dra(ch)ma”.

  • 14th-15th December 2018: “17th Hellenic Finance and Accounting Association”, University of Piraeus, Greece, paper presented: “Do Multiple Credit Ratings Reduce the Money Left on the Table? Evidence from U.S. IPOs”.

  • 22nd -23rd March 2019: “17th Annual Conference of the Hellenic and Accounting Association”, Pireaus, Greece, paper presented: “Do Multiple Credit Ratings Reduce the Money Left on the Table? Evidence from U.S. IPOs”.

  • 31st May-1st June 2019: “4th International Workshop on Financial Markets and Nonlinear Dynamics”, Paris, France, paper presented: “The Significance of Rollover in Commodity Returns Using PARCH Models”.

  • 9-11th June 2019: “Conference on International Finance, INFINITI 2019”, Glasgow, UK, paper presented: “The Significance of Rollover in Commodity Returns Using PARCH Models”.

  • 9-11th June 2019: Conference on International Finance, INFINITI 2019”, Glasgow, UK, paper presented: “The Growth-Finance Nexus in Brazil: Evidence from a New Dataset, 1890-2003”.

  • 12th-16th July 2019: “18th Conference on Research on Economic Theory and Econometrics”, Tinos, paper presented: “The Growth-Finance Nexus in Brazil: Evidence from a New Dataset, 1890-2003”.

  • 6th November 2019: Invited Speaker, Research Seminar at University of Portsmouth, Business School, UK, paper presented: “Do Multiple Credit Ratings Reduce the Money Left on the Table? Evidence from the U.S. IPOs”.

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