Financial Economics, Household Finance, Financial Markets and Macroeconomics, Economics of Information, Dynamic Games, Resource Economics, FinTech
Christos Koulovatianos completed his PhD at the University of Rochester in 1999. Before joining Luxembourg, Christos has worked as Associate Professor/Reader at the University of Nottingham, as Assistant Professor at the University of Vienna, as Visiting Professor at the Goethe University Frankfurt, and as Lecturer at the University of Cyprus, while he had shorter stays at the University of Kiel and Exeter Business School.
Christos’ research interests lie in the intersection between Finance and micro-founded Macroeconomics. He works on asset pricing, household finance, fiscal policy with emphasis on taxation, on determinants of foreign direct investment and sovereign-bond returns, on dynamic games, growth models and resource economics. His work has been published in outlets such as the Review of Economics and Statistics , the Journal of Economic Theory , the Journal of Public Economics , the Review of Economic Dynamics , the European Economic Review and the Journal of Business and Economic Statistics .