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Eleftherios Giovanis

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University of Thessaly


Eleftherios Giovanis studied economics at the University of Thessaly. He completed an M.Sc. in Applied Economics and Finance at the University of Macedonia, Greece and a second M.Sc. in Quality Assurance at the Hellenic Open University in Patra, Greece in 2009. He worked as a statistician and an econometrician analyst is marketing research companies. In December of 2014 he completed his Ph.D. in economics at Royal Holloway University of London. In 2013 and 2014, he worked as a research collaborator at the IMT Institute of Advanced Studies in Lucca, Italy, and was awarded the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Research Individual Fellowship at University of Verona. He worked as an assistant professor in economics at Adnan Menderes University, Nazilli Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences. Currently, he is a Senior Lecturer in Economics at Manchester Metropolitan University.

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Youth Multidimensional Poverty and Its Dynamics: Evidence From Selected Countries In The Mena Region

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Regional Employment Support Programmes And Multidimensional Poverty of Youth in Turkey

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The Nexus Between Business-Investment Climate and Firm Performance in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Region

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State Business Relations and the Dynamics of Job Flows in Egypt and Turkey

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Productivity and Resource Misallocation: Evidence from Firms in Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Region Countries

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