My background as an academic and as a researcher lies in the broader field of economics. In particular my research interests focus on the applied side of industrial economics and organisation and more specifically in the study of multinational corporations and their internationalisation process. I am a proficient user of STATA statistical software and I have also some experience in using Eviews as well. I teach on both undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Sheffield Business School, while being the course leader for the undergraduate BA in Business Economics course. The modules that I am involved in teaching are focused around the area of international business and (mainly) economics, including Business Economics (level 4), Microeconomics (level 5), Industrial Economics (level 6) and International Business Finance (level 7). Languages: Greek (native), English (excellent), French (moderate) IT Skills/Software: Microsoft Office, STATA
- 2011: PhD Economics-Banking Internationalisation:The OLI Framework in the Context of the Greek Banking Sector, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
- 2003: MA Money, Banking and Finance - 'The International Role of the Euro', University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
- 2002: BA Economics, Other, United Kingdom
Department of Management
Sheffield Business School
Tziamalis, A. (Ed.). (2017). Business Economics. London: Pearson Education.
Lagos, K. (2013). Greece's place on the Investment Development Path.
Lagos, K. (2010). Internationalisation and Globalisation in Banking and Manufacturing in Europe, USA and Japan: Why Differences are as Important as Similarities.
Lagos, K. (2009). The Internationalisation of the Banking Sector. The Case of the Foreign Banks Operating in Greece.