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Economist, MSc
PhD Candidate in Economics/Econometrics

German, Greek, English
Economist | PhD Candidate
Self employed | HOU
Economic, Monetary, Financial
Economics, European Economic Area, European Macroeconomics and Governance, Finance, Political Economy, Politics, Quantitative Methods
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Projects & Publications

Asteriou, D. and Sarantidis, A., “The cost of Political Instability in Greece”, Work in Progress 2021.

Dionysios Chionis & Fotios Mitropoulos & Antonios Sarantidis, 2021. "The Impact of Quantitative Easing Policy on the Government Debt and the NPLs of the Eurozone Periphery Countries," Springer Books, in: Thomas Poufinas (ed.), Debt in Times of Crisis, chapter 0, pages 55-76, Springer.

Chionis, D., Mitropoulos, F. and Sarantidis, A., (2020) “Business Cycles and Macroeconomic Asymmetries: New evidence from Eurozone and European countries”, International Journal of Finance and Economics (3*ABS), pp. 1-20.

Asteriou, D., Pilbeam, K., Sarantidis, A., (2019) “The Behavior of Banking Stocks During the Financial Crisis and Recessions. Evidence from Changes-in-Changes Panel Data”, Scottish Journal of Political Economy (2* ABS) 66 (1), pp.154-179.

Sarantidis, A., Mitropoulos, F. and Kollias, K., (2019) “Quantitative Easing and Government Bonds: Evidence from the EU”, International Journal of Financial Engineering and Risk Management 3 (1), pp. 79-94.

Spirakis G., Sarantidis A., (2017) “The Impact of Tax Policy on the Economic Growth of Greece”. In: Thomakos D., Nikolopoulos K. (eds) Taxation in Crisis. Palgrave Macmillan Studies in Banking and Financial Institutions. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham

Asteriou, D. and Sarantidis, A., (2016) “Political Instability and Stock Market Returns: Evidence from OECD countries”, Economics and Business Letters (1* ABS) 5 (4), pp. 113-124.

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