- Position: Lecturer in Economics
- Areas of expertise: Bayesian Econometrics (Markov Chain Monte carlo methods; nonlinear time series; nonparametrics; discrete choice models; periodic models)
- Email: S.Dimitrakopoulos@leeds.ac.uk
- Location: 20 Lyddon Terrace (Room 1.07a)
- Website: Link to personal webpage
I joined the University of Leeds as a Lecturer in Economics in January 2019.
I hold a BSc in Economics from University of Athens (Greece). I obtained my MSc in Economics (2008) and my PhD in Economics (2014) from Warwick University before undertaking a research fellowship at Oxford Brookes University (2017-2018). In 2012-2013, I worked as a research assistant and then as a consultant for the European Central Bank in Frankurt, Germany.
My research is focused on Econometrics with an emphasis on Bayesian methods, in particular, Markov Chain Monte Carlo.
- PhD Economics (Warwick University, UK, 2014)
- MSc Economics (Warwick University, UK, 2008)
- BSc Economics (Athens University, Greece, 2006)
- International Society for Bayesian Analysis
I teach quantitative-related courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Research groups and institutes
- Applied Institute for Research in Economics