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Associate Professor Archontis Pantsios

Business School
0151 291 3582
Arts and Humanities

Archontis Pantsios earned a B.A. in Economics and Mathematics in 1983 from Bates College, Maine, USA, and a Ph.D. in Economics from Binghamton University/State University of New York in 1991.

He taught at Middlebury College, Vermont, Potsdam College of SYNY and the Catholic University of America, Washington, DC, before moving to Greece. Between 2000-2014 he served as Assistant Academic Dean, Dean of Academic Affairs and Student Services, Acting Provost and Associate Provost.

Currently he is Associate Professor of Economics and Director of Curriculum Development and Accreditation. His research interests lie in the area of the economics of conflict, with presentations and publications on strike activity, international relations and the Eurozone debt crisis.


"How Asymmetrically Increasing Joint Strike Costs Need Not Lead to Fewer Strikes", co-authored with Solomon W. Polachek, Atlantic Economic Journal, Volume 45, Issue 2, June 2017: 49-61.

Only the Creation of Surplus Re-cycling Mechanisms Will Provide an Outlet to the Crisis”, Newspaper EXPRESS, February 12, 2013, co-authored with K. Nikolakopoulos.

Expansionary Prospects Uncertain in 2014”, Newspaper EXPRESS, February 2, 2013.

On Competitiveness: Myth and Reality”, Newspaper KERDOS, January 29, 2012: 8-9.

New Drachma or Euro? The Lesser of Two Evils”, Newspaper KERDOS, January 7, 2012: 6.

Political Realism and Economic Cohesion in the Eurozone”, Trade Journal EPIKAIRA, August 18, 2011: 60-61, co-authored with K. Nikolakopoulos.

Euro-Pact: Blessing or Curse?”, Newspaper KATHIMERINI, July 23, 2011, co-authored with K. Nikolakopoulos.

Systemic Crises and Conflicts in the Eurozone”, in G. A. Hardouvelis and C. Gortsos (eds), The International Crisis, the Crisis in the Eurozone and the Greek financial system (in Greek). Athens, Hellenic Bank Federation, June 2011: 287-303. (Co-authored with K. Nikolakopoulos)

Imbalances in the Eurozone”, Newspaper KATHIMERINI, February 6, 2011 (Sunday financial section, pg. 6), co-authored with K. Nikolakopoulos.

Trade and Conflict: The Dyad of Greece and Turkey”, The Economics of Peace and Security Journal, Vol. 2, No. 2, June 2007: 67-74.


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