Papapanagos Harry
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    Papapanagos Harry

    Professor
    Department of Balkan, Slavic & Oriental Studies
    Academic Staff


    Academic Area

    Labor Markets and Migration in Transition Economies

    Curriculum Vitae
    Academic Titles
    • PhD in Economics, Department of Economics, University of Essex

    • MA in Economics, Department of Economics, University of Essex
    • BA in Economics, Department of Economics, University of Macedonia
    Research Interests
    • Applied Microeconomics,
    • Public Economics,
    • Microsimulation Modelling,
    • Distributional Economics,
    • International Business,
    • Transition Economics,
    • Comparative Economics,
    • Economics of Migration

    Teaching


    • ECONOMIC MATHEMATICS
      (ΒΣ0111-2)

    Τύπος
    ΥΠΟΧΡΕΩΤΙΚΟ ΕΠΙΛΟΓΗΣ

    Κωδικός Τμήματος
    ΒΣΑΣ

    Τμήμα
    DEPARTMENT OF BALKAN, SLAVIC AND ORIENTAL STUDIES

    Περιγραφή

    Ο κύριος σκοπός του μαθήματος είναι να εφοδιάσει τις/τους φοιτήτριες/ητές με μια καλή γνώση βασικών μαθηματικών εργαλείων και τεχνικών, οι οποίες είναι απαραίτητες στην οικονομική επιστήμη και θα βοηθήσουν σημαντικά στην καλύτερη κατανόηση των μαθημάτων της οικονομικής ειδίκευσης. Το μάθημα επίσης αποσκοπεί στο να εξοικειώσει τις/τους φοιτήτριες/ητές με τη χρήση των μαθηματικών στην οικονομική επιστήμη. Για τον σκοπό αυτό γίνεται συνεχής αναφορά σε παραδείγματα και εφαρμογές στην οικονομία και τις επιχειρήσεις. Οι διαλέξεις του μαθήματος καλύπτουν: οικονομικά υποδείγματα, θεωρία συνόλων, ανάλυση ισορροπίας, γραμμικά υποδείγματα και άλγεβρα πινάκων, συγκριτική στατική ανάλυση και η έννοια της παραγώγου, κανόνες παραγώγισης, διαφορικά και κανόνες διαφορικών, αριστοποίηση, εκθετικές και λογαριθμικές συναρτήσεις, οικονομική δυναμική και ολοκληρωτικός λογισμός.

    • ECONOMICS IN EASTERN AND SOUTHEASTERN EUROPE
      (MAPE0107)

    Τύπος
    ΥΠΟΧΡΕΩΤΙΚΟ

    Κωδικός Τμήματος
    MPE

    Τμήμα
    MASTER'S DEGREE IN POLITICS AND ECONOMICS OF CONTEMPORARY EASTERN AND SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE

    Περιγραφή

    The course provides a thorough overview of the economic, business and investment environment of the economies in Eastern and Southeastern Europe. Special attention is given to the economic prospects in the region analyzing key macroeconomic indicators. Also, the course examines in detail corruption, competitiveness, economic freedom and the business environment in each country in Eastern and South Eastern Europe and provides valuable information of how easy it is for potential investors and entrepreneurs to do business in the region. The economic and business environment in the region is compared with that in the European Union, Eurozone, USA, China and the CIS region.

    • MICROECONOMICS
      (ΒΣ0301-1)

    Τύπος
    ΥΠΟΧΡΕΩΤΙΚΟ ΕΠΙΛΟΓΗΣ

    Κωδικός Τμήματος
    ΒΣΑΣ

    Τμήμα
    DEPARTMENT OF BALKAN, SLAVIC AND ORIENTAL STUDIES

    Περιγραφή

    This course constitutes the base of economic science and considers the behavior of consumers, producers, enterprises and government. The course material includes: consumer theory and budget constrain, consumer preferences and consumer utility, consumer choice and demand, income and substitution effects, measurement of consumer welfare, producer theory, cost, profit, perfect competition, imperfect competition and monopoly.

    • POST-SOCIALISTICS ECONOMIES (CENTRAL, EASTERN AND SE. EUROPE)
      (ΒΣ0217-1)

    Τύπος
    ΥΠΟΧΡΕΩΤΙΚΟ ΕΠΙΛΟΓΗΣ

    Κωδικός Τμήματος
    ΒΣΑΣ

    Τμήμα
    DEPARTMENT OF BALKAN, SLAVIC AND ORIENTAL STUDIES

    Περιγραφή

    The collapse of centrally designed socialist economies in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe in 1989 led to the process of transition from a centrally administered socialist economic system to a market-based economic system. In the first module of the course, an introduction to the economies of Eastern and South Eastern Europe is taking place, presenting key macroeconomic indicators, international benchmarking indicators and countries' transition progress indicators. This section also analyzes the geo-economic position of the countries of Eastern and South Eastern Europe, with respect to the standard of living, development prospects, and degree of convergence with the US and EU-28. Finally, this section analyzes the budgetary position of transition economies, in terms of their tax burden, public expenditure, government deficit and public debt, compared to the US, EU-28 and China. In the second module of the course, a political economy approach to the transition process is adopted, and alternative models of transition are examined. Alternative transition patterns can be distinguished based on the primary elements of each transition pattern: (1) economic analysis, (2) the question of what is a good society. (3) the speed of transition, (4) political structure, (5) ideological structure, and (6) initial conditions. On the basis of these elements, the purpose of the second module of the course is to distinguish between two different transition models: the shock therapy model, and the neoclassical gradualist model.

    Publications


    • Books (4 records)

    Περιλαμβάνει Βιβλία ή/και μονογραφίες σε διεθνείς ή ελληνικούς εκδοτικούς οίκους. Κεφάλαια ή άρθρα συλλογικών τόμων ή επιμέλεια τόμων σε διεθνείς ή ελληνικούς εκδοτικούς οίκους.

      2019

      • Χάρρυ Παπαπανάγος, Αναστασία Ψειρίδου, Μικροοικονομική Ανάλυση, Εκδόσεις ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΣ ΙΚΕ, Οκτώβριος 2019, ISBN 978-618-84448-0-5

      2017

      • Χάρρυ Παπαπανάγος, Γιώργος Κοντέος, Νίκος Σαριαννίδης, Μαθηματικά για Οικονομολόγους Εκδόσεις ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΣ ΙΚΕ, Οκτώβριος 2017, ISBN 978-618-82778-3-0

      2010

      • Παπαπανάγος Χ., Λασπά Χ., "Οι Επιδόσεις των Οικονομιών της Ελλάδας και των Βαλκανίων στο Πλαίσιο της Ευρωπαϊκής Οικονομικής Ολοκλήρωσης", Εκδόσεις Κριτική, Ιανουάριος 2010, ISBN 978-960-218-638-1

      2009

      • Παπαπανάγος Χ., Ψειρίδου Α., "Ασκήσεις και Λύσεις για το Μάθημα της Μικροοικονομικής", Εκδόσεις Κριτική, Οκτώβριος 2009, ISBN 978-960-218-639-8
      • Scientific Journals (18 records)

      Περιλαμβάνει Άρθρα σε διεθνή ή ελληνικά επιστημονικά περιοδικά (με κριτές).

        2017

        • Tsitouras A., Koulakiotis A., Makris, G., Papapanagos H. International Trade and Foreign Direct Investment as Growth Stimulators in Transition Economies: Does the Impact of Institutional Factors Matter?, Investment Management and Financial Innovations, Vol. 14, Issue 4, pp. 148-170, 2017

        2016

        • Fotopoulos S., Papapanagos H., Siokis F. The Determinants of the Foreign Banks' Expansion in South Eastern Europe; Do Greek Banks still Follow Their Customers Abroad or Not?, Advances in Economics and Business, Vol. 4(11), pp. 591-598, 2016
        • Koulakiotis A., Papapanagos H., Papasyriopoulos N. Political Elections, Abnormal Returns and Stock Price Volatility: The Case of Greece, Investment Management and Financial Innovations, Vol. 13, Issue 1, pp. 161-169, 2016

        2014

        • Φωτόπουλος Σ., Σιώκης Φ., Παπαπανάγος Χ. Η Διείσδυση των Ελληνικών Τραπεζών στα Βαλκάνια στη Προ Κρίσης Περίοδο μέσω της Εκλεκτικής Θεωρίας, Βαλκανικά Σύμμεικτα Τεύχος 16, σελ. 255-277, Δεκέμβριος 2014

        2011

        • Fotopoulos S., Papapanagos H., Siokis F. Into the Bank Lending Channel of SEE: Greek Banks' Buffering Effects , International Journal of Social Behavioural, Educational, Business and Industrial Engineering, Vol., 5, No. 11, pp. 1755-1762, 2011
        • Bitzenis A., Papapanagos H., Vlachos V., " Immigration", International Encyclopedia of Public Policy: Governance in a Global Age, Editor O'Hara A., Vol 1. pp. 1-21, Routledge, London, January 2011

        2006

        • Papapanagos H., "South Eastern European Countries: A focus on returning migrants, Case Study Report for Albania", Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, (OECD) pp.1-50, June 2006

        2004

        • Papapanagos H., "Cross-Border Labour Mobility, Migration and labour Markets in Europe", European Prospects, Vol. 6, Issue 6, pp. 27-47 June 2004

        2003

        • Cuka E., Papapanagos H., Polo N., Sanfey P., “Labour Market Developments in Albania: an Analytical Overview”, Review of Development Economics, vol.7, issue 2, pp.217-227, May 2003.
        • Papapanagos H., Sanfey P., “Εmigration and the Optimal Speed of Transition”, Review of International Economics, vol.11, issue 3, pp.541-554, August 2003.

        2002

        • Papapanagos H., Kule D., Mançellari A., Qirici S., Sanfey P., “The Causes and Consequences of Albanian Emigration during Transition: Evidence from Micro Data”, International Migration Review, vol.36, no 1, pp.229-239, Spring 2002 (also published by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, WP 46, pp. 1-21, January 2000).

        2001

        • Papapanagos H., Sanfey P., “Intention to Emigrate in Transition Countries: the Case of Albania”, Journal of Population Economics, vol.14, pp.491-504, 2001.

        2000

        • Keen M., Papapanagos H., Shorrocks A., “Tax Reform and Progressivity”, Economic Journal, vol.110, no.460, pp.50-68, January 2000.
        • Delipalla S., Papapanagos H., “The Distributional Superiority of Tax Credits”, Contributions to Economic Analysis, vol.247, pp.115-132, April 2000.
        • Papapanagos H., Vickerman R., “Borders, Migration, and Labour-market Dynamics in a Changing Europe”, European Research in Regional Science, vol.10, pp.32-46, August 2000.

        1999

        • Haderi S., Papapanagos H., Sanfey P., Talka M., “Inflation and Stabilisation in Albania”, Post-Communist Economies, vol.11, no.1, pp.127-141, 1999 (πρώην Communist Economies and Economic Transformation).
        • Muço M., Papapanagos H., Sanfey P., “The Determinants of Official and Free-Market Exchange Rates in Albania during Transition”, Journal of Comparative Economics, vol.27, pp.534-552, 1999 (also published by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, WP 34, pp. 1-17, December 1998).

        1996

        • Mançellari A., Papapanagos H., Sanfey P., “Job Creation and Temporary Emigration: the Albanian Experience”, The Economics of Transition, vol.4(2), pp.471-490, December 1996.
        • Conferences (6 records)

        Περιλαμβάνει Άρθρα σε δημοσιευμένα πρακτικά διεθνών ή ελληνικών συνεδρίων (με κριτές).

          2017

          • Broni G., Velentzas J., Papapanagos H. Marketing Ethics and Communication Strategy in the Case of Enron Fraud., In: Tsounis N., Vlachvei A. (eds), Advances in Applied Economic Research. Springer Proceedings in Business and Economics. Springer, Cham, 2017, ISBN 978-3-319-48453-2.

          2011

          • Fotopoulos S., Papapanagos H., Siokis F., "Into the Bank Lending Channel of SEE: Greek Banks' Buffering Effects", International Conference of the World Academy of Science Engineering and Technology - WASET, Proceedings, Issue 59, pp. 2271-2278, Venice, Italy, November 2011, pISSN 2010-376X, eISSN 2010-3778

          2010

          • Fotopoulos S., Papapanagos H., Siokis F., "Greek Banks' Expansion in South Eastern Europe: An Eclectic Approach", International Conference on Marketing and Business Strategies for Central and Eastern Europe Economics, Proceedings, pp. 181-197, Vienna, Austria, December 2010, ISBN: 978-3-9502045-9-9
          • Fotopoulos S., Papapanagos H., Siokis F., "The Determinants of the Foreign Banks' Expansion in South Eastern Europe; Do Greek Banks still Follow Their Customers Abroad or not? ", International Conference on Economics, Business and Management - ICEBM, Proceedings, pp. 152-168, Manila, Philippines, December 2010, IEEE Catalogue Number CFP1007M-PRT, ISBN: 978-1-4244-9201-5

          2000

          • Papapanagos H., Kule D., Mançellari A., Qirici S., Sanfey P., “The Causes and Consequences of Albanian Emigration during Transition: Evidence from Micro Data”, in Proc. International Conference on Recent Economic Developments and Problems In Transition Economies, Proceedings, pp. 243-258, Thessaloniki, Greece, May 2000.

          1997

          • Delipalla S., Papapanagos H., “The Distributional Superiority of Tax Credits”, in Proc. International Conference on Combinatories Information Theory and Statistics, Proceedings, pp. 1-14, Portland, Maine, USA, July 1997.
          • Other (27 records)

          Περιλαμβάνει Παρουσιάσεις σε διεθνή ή ελληνικά συνέδρια χωρίς δημοσίευση σε πρακτικά.

            2013

            • Fotopoulos S, Papapanagos H, Siokis F. The Determinants of Foreign Bank Expansion: Eclectic vs. Internalization Theory in Southeastern Europe, Hellenic Open University, June 2013

            2012

            • Fotopoulos S., Papapanagos H., Siokis F., "Greek Banks' Expansion in South Eastern Europe: An Eclectic Approach", European Economics and Finance Society, Instabul, June 2012

            2011

            • Fotopoulos S., Papapanagos H., Siokis F., "Into the Bank Lending Channel of SEE: Greek Banks' Buffering Effects", International Conference of the World Academy of Science Engineering and Technology – WASET, Venice, Italy, November 2011

            2010

            • Fotopoulos S., Papapanagos H., Siokis F., “Greek Banks' Expansion in South Eastern Europe: An Eclectic Approach”, International Conference on Marketing and Business Strategies for Central and Eastern Europe Economics, Vienna, Austria, December 2010
            • Fotopoulos S., Papapanagos H., Siokis F., "The Determinants of the Foreign Banks' Expansion in South Eastern Europe; Do Greek Banks still Follow Their Customers Abroad or not?", International Conference on Economics, Business and Management, Manila, Philippines, December 2010

            2008

            • Papapanagos H., Siokis F., Stubos G., Fotopoulos S., Persaki I., "The Impact of Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) on Economic Growth: The Role of Greek FDI in South East Europe", European Economics and Finance Society, Prague, May 2008

            2006

            • Papapanagos H., "South Eastern European Countries: A focus on returning migrants, Case Study Report for Albania", ILO LED and OECD LEED activities on local development in Albania, Tirana, Albania, June 2006

            2005

            • Papapanagos H., "The Greek Economy: Business Expansion and Investments in the Balkan Region", IFA International Forfaiting Association, Annual Conference, Athens, Greece, September 2005
            • Papapanagos H., "Η Ελληνική Οικονομία: Επιχειρηματική Επέκταση και Επενδύσεις στα Βαλκάνια", FCI - Export Factoring Promotional Conference, Thessaloniki, Greece, November 2005

            2002

            • Papapanagos H., and Sanfey P., “Albanian Emigration: Intentions versus Actual Behaviour”, presented at the Joint pan-European Conference of the International Economics and Finance Society and the European Economics and Finance Society, Heraklion, Greece, May 2002.
            • Papapanagos H., and Sanfey P., “Albanian Emigration: Intentions versus Actual Behaviour”, presented at the International Conference on Albanian Migration and New Transnationalisms, University College London, Sussex, UK, September 2002.

            2001

            • Papapanagos H., and Sanfey P., “Emigration and the Optimal Speed of Adjustment”, presented at the Pan-European Conference of the International Economics and Finance Society on Finance, Trade and Factor Mobility Issues in the Global Economy, Thessaloniki, Greece, May 2001.
            • Papapanagos H., and Sanfey P., “Albanian Emigration: Intentions versus Actual Behavior’, presented at the 15th Annual Conference of the European Society for Population Economics, Athens, June 2001.

            2000

            • Kule D., Mancellari A., Qirici S., Papapanagos H., and Sanfey P., “The Causes and Consequences of Albanian Emigration during Transition: Evidence from Micro Data”, presented at the International Conference of the Association of South Eastern Europe Economic Universities on Recent Economic Developments and Problems in the Transition Economies, Thessaloniki, Greece, May 2000.

            1999

            • Kule D., Mancellari A., Qirici S., Papapanagos H., and Sanfey P., “The Causes and Consequences of Albanian Emigration during Transition: Evidence from Micro Data”, presented at the International Economics and Finance Society Conference, Brunel University, England, November 1999.

            1997

            • Georgellis G., and Papapanagos H., “Work and Non-Work related Child Care Costs and U.K. Mothers’ Employment Rates”, presented at the Royal Economic Society Conference, Staffordshire, March 1997.
            • Haderi S., Papapanagos H., Sanfey P, and Talka M, “Inflation and Stabilization in Albania”, presented at the Royal Economic Society Conference, Staffordshire, March 1997.
            • Georgellis G., and Papapanagos H., “Work and Non-Work related Child Care Costs and U.K. Mothers’ Employment Rates”, presented at the 11th Annual Conference of the European Society for Population Economics, Colchester, June 1997.

            1996

            • Keen M., Papapanagos H., and Shorrocks A., “Progressivity Effects of Structural Tax Reforms”, presented at the European Network on the Distribution and Redistribution of Income, Bordeaux, December 1996.

            1995

            • Papapanagos H., “Microsimulation Modelling of Tax-Benefit Policies in Greece”, presented at the Economic and Social Research Unit (ESRC) Conference on Income Distribution, Taxes and Benefits, LSE, London, May, 1995.
            • Georgellis G., and Papapanagos H., “Lone Mothers' Participation and Full-Time Work Probabilities”, presented at the Employment Research Unit (EMRU) Labour Economics Conference, Dundee, July 1995.
            • Delipalla S., and Papapanagos H., “The Distributional Superiority of Tax Credits”, presented at the European Network on the Distribution and Redistribution of Income, Leuven, December 1995.
            • Papapanagos H., “Microsimulation Modelling of Tax-Benefit Policies in Greece’, OECD, Microsimulation of Taxes and Benefits, vol. 14, pp.1-53, January 1995.

            1993

            • Papapanagos H., “Microsimulation Modelling of Tax-Benefit Policies: A Flat Rate Tax and the Implementation of the U.K. Tax Schedule in Greece”, presented at the European Network on Income Taxation and Inequality, Bordeaux, June 1993.

            1992

            • Papapanagos H., “The Tax Unit Choice: A Series of Compromises”, presented at the Irish Economic Association Conference, Belfast, May 1992.

            1991

            • Papapanagos H., “The Interactive Contribution of Income Tax Structure Components to the Overall Progression of Income Tax Systems”, presented at the Royal Economic Society Conference, Warwick, April 1991.
            • Papapanagos H., “The Interactive Contribution of Income Tax Structure Components to the Overall Progression of Income Tax Systems”, presented at the European Economic Association, Italy, Ridracoli, July 1991.