Entries by gzarotia

“Relative Labor Demand in an Open Economy”.

“Relative Labor Demand in an Open Economy”. INTERNATIONAL ADVANCES IN ECONOMIC RESEARCH – Vol. 10, Num. 2, 2004 03/2003  – 55th International Atlantic Economic Conference – Vienna. Abstract: This paper contributes to the discussion concerning the nature of the well-documented worsening of wage and employment inequality in western economies during the past three decades. It critically […]

“Employment and unemployment duration in less developed regions”

“Employment and unemployment duration in less developed regions” (Co-author: Ioannis Theodosiou). JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC STUDIES – 2010/05, Vol. 37, Iss. 5 06/2006  – 92nd International Conference Applied Econometrics Association – Naples The purpose of this paper is to examine the distribution of labor market experience among the unemployed in a less developed area in Greece (the […]

“Soft and Hard Within- and Between-Industry Changes of US Skill Intensity: Shedding light on worker’s inequality”

“Soft and Hard Within- and Between-Industry Changes of US Skill Intensity: Shedding light on worker’s inequality” (Co-author: Lynn Riggs) U.S. Census Bureau – Center for Economic Studies – Discussion Paper CES-06-01, January 2006 08/2006 – 33rd Conference of the European Association for Research in Industrial Economics – Amsterdam 09/2005 – European Trade Study Group 2005 […]

“Transportation Costs and Final Prices: A case study for fuels in Greece”

“Transportation Costs and Final Prices: A case study for fuels in Greece” (Co-author: Aristea Gkagka). SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS,6(2), Fall 2008 Abstract: In the present study, we focus on the regional differentiation of final fuel prices in major cities of Greece. While recognizing the significance of transportation costs, we observe the implications of other socioeconomic […]

“European Union: a diverging Union?”

“European Union: a diverging Union?” (Co-author: Aristea Gkagka). JOURNAL OF POSTKEYNESIAN ECONOMICS, Summer 2013, Vol. 35 No. 04 08/2009 – 3rd Meeting of the Society for the Study of Economic Inequality (ECINEQ) – Buenos Ayres 05/2009 – Annual Meeting Austrian Economic Association, Linz Austria 09/2008 – European Trade Study Group 2008 – Warsaw Abstract: Standard […]

“Growth and EU-Trade Relations: A Case Study”

“Growth and EU-Trade Relations: A Case Study” (Co-author: Aristea Gkagka). SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS, 2011 1-11 05/2009 – XIX International Conference of IT&FA – Beijing 09/2010 – European Trade Study Group 2010 – Lausanne Our analysis differs in two ways from the existing trade / growth literature. First, we testify the validity of the […]

“Green Way-out from the crisis: the European experience”

“Green Way-out from the crisis: the European experience” (Co-author: Eva Sdrolia). SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS, 2 (2012) 99-111 05/2012 – 8th International Conference of ASECU, University of Rzeszow, Poland Global economic crisis, along with domestic structural inefficiencies, weakens growth perspectives for the less developed and/or the financially weaker economies of Europe. On the other […]

“What lies Behind “Inflation-Phobia” and European “Corset Policy”?”

“What lies Behind “Inflation-Phobia” and European “Corset Policy”?” JOURNAL OF STOCK & FOREX TRADE 1:e106. doi:10.4172/jsft.1000e106 The present situation in the European Union (EU) provides an advantageous field for cutting edge research, basically due to the following reasons: first, given the systemic global crisis and the appearing structural weaknesses of European integration, policy meets (again) […]

“Black Sea: Old Trade Routes and Current Perspectives of Socioeconomic Co-operation”

“Black Sea: Old Trade Routes and Current Perspectives of Socioeconomic Co-operation”, (Co-author: Domna Lyratzopoulou). PROCEDIA ECONOMICS AND FINANCE by Elsevier, Volume 9, 2014, Pages 74–82 05/2013 – 5th International Conference EBEEC2013, Istanbul. Abstract On the coasts of the Black Sea, across the coastline of six countries (today), 32 important medieval and byzantine port-cities have flourished the […]