Professor Drakopoulos obtained a B.A. in economics from The Economics University of Athens, and an M.Sc and Ph.D in economics from the University of Stirling, UK. He was a Teaching Assistant (1986-1988) at the University of Stirling, Lecturer A (1988-1989) at the University of Glasgow, Lecturer B (1990-1996) at the University of Aberdeen, Assistant Professor (1996-2000) and Associate Professor (2000-2005) at the University of Athens. He is currently a full Professor of Economics in the Department of Philosophy and History of Science of the University of Athens (since September 2005). His research interests include Economic Methodology and History of Economic Thought, Labour Economics, and the Economics of Subjective Well-being. He has 45 Scientific Publications in Refereed Journals, 4 books, 13 Articles in edited books and Encyclopedias including books published by Routledge, Edward Elgar, Springer, and 15 Book Reviews.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Economic Methodology and History of Economic Thought, Labour Economics, and the Economics of Subjective Well-being.