Dr Amairisa Kouki is a Lecturer in Economics. She is teaching Microeconomics and Labour Economics and is involved in the supervision of students of different study levels, undergraduate and postgraduate. Her research is within Labour Economics, Family Economics and Gender Economics. She is also a member of the Centre of Behavioural Sciences and Applied Economics and Policy Analysis Research Group.
Prior to joining NBS, Amairisa was undertaking a PhD in Economics at Royal Holloway, University of London. She was appointed as a teaching and research assistant at various colleges of the University of London and NTU. She has taught microeconomics, quantitative methods and other core economics courses. Amairisa has also worked for the National Bank of Greece.
Amairisa is an applied microeconomist. Her research is within Labour Economics, Family Economics and Gender Economics. She is interested in workplace flexibility and how it affects female labour supply to evaluate public policies and initiatives aimed at influencing women’s lifetime outcomes.