Eleni is a Senior Lecturer in Economics. She is responsible for leading a number of undergraduate modules and she is also involved in teaching on a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Her research lies in the fields of Industrial Organisation and Microeconomics with a particular interest in Environmental Economics. She is also a member of the Applied Economics and Policy Analysis (AEPA) Research Group.
Before joining NBS, Eleni worked as a graduate teaching assistant in a number of institutions both in Europe and the USA and got involved in the delivery of a number of modules. While in Greece, she has also worked for a global advertising company.
Eleni is an applied theorist and her main area of expertise is within the field of Industrial Organisation and Environmental Economics. In particular, she is interested in Microeconomic theory and Industrial Organisation approaches to answer questions in Environmental Economics. Her research interests include Green alliances, Environmental Activism and Environmental Regulation, amongst others.
She is also a CI (Work Package Leader and Supervisor) in a €4 million research bid awarded to NTU by the European Union’s Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks Fund for a four-year project on Positive Energy Districts (PEDs), promoting efficient energy generation, use, and energy justice for sustainable living. The overarching aim of Smart-BEEjS is to provide, through a multilevel, multi-disciplinary and interdisciplinary training and research platform, a programme to produce the technology, policy making or business-oriented transformative and influential champions of tomorrow; educated in the personal, behavioural and societal concepts needed to deliver the success of any technological proposition or intervention under a human-centric perspective.
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