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Dimitrios Bakas

Dimitrios Bakas

Senior Lecturer

Nottingham Business School

Staff Group(s)
Applied Economics and Policy (Research Group) Department of Economics

Role

Dimitrios Bakas is a Senior Lecturer in Economics at the Department of Economics of the Nottingham Business School. His main research interests lie in the areas of Empirical Macroeconomics and Applied Econometrics focusing on macro-financial linkages, inflation dynamics and macro-labour dynamics.

His teaching interests lie in the fields of macroeconomics, econometrics and international finance at undergraduate and postgraduate level. He is the module leader for level three International Finance and Banking module and the module leader for the Contemporary Issues in Economics module on the MSc Economics course. 

He is also an Associate Editor of Economic Issues, and a Research Fellow at the Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis (RCEA), Canada.

Career overview

Prior to joining Nottingham Trent University, Dimitrios was appointed as a teaching associate at the Department of Management, King's College London, as well as a research assistant at the School of Economics and Finance, Queen Mary, University of London. Before this he worked as a postgraduate teaching assistant at the Department of Economics, University of Athens, Greece.


Dimitrios’ Personal webpage (https://sites.google.com/site/jimbakas/home)

Research areas

Dimitrios’ main research interests lie in the areas of Empirical Macroeconomics and Applied Econometrics
His research topics include Macro-Financial Linkages, Inflation Dynamics, Fiscal and Monetary Policy, Labor Market Dynamics and Empirics of Growth and Inequality.


His publications have appeared in journals such as Economic InquiryOxford Economic PapersJournal of International Money and FinanceJournal of Empirical FinanceEnergy EconomicsEconomic ModellingOpen Economies ReviewQuarterly Review of Economics and Finance and the Economic Bulletin of the Bank of Greece.

Sponsors and collaborators

Professor Georgios Chortareas (King’s College London, UK)
Professor Gianluigi Pelloni (University of Bologna, Italy)
Dr. Theodore Panagiotidis (University of Macedonia, Greece)
Dr. Georgios Magkonis (University of Bradford, UK)