Dr Georgios Efthyvoulou

BA, MSc, PhD

Department of Economics

Senior Lecturer in Economics

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g.efthyvoulou@sheffield.ac.uk
+44 114 222 3412

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Dr Georgios Efthyvoulou
Department of Economics
514
9 Mappin Street
Sheffield
S1 4DT
Profile

Georgios graduated from the University of Cyprus in 2003 and holds an MSc in Economics from University College London (2005) and a PhD in Economics from Birkbeck University of London (2010).

After completing his PhD, he was appointed to a two-year research fellowship at the University of Birmingham, where he worked on a large-scale research project funded by the European Commission.

Georgios joined the University of Sheffield as a Lecturer in September 2012, and was promoted to a Senior Lecturer in January 2021. He is a Research Fellow of the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI).

Research interests

Georgios's main research area is political economy, with specific interests in elections, public opinion, political behaviour, migration, and terrorism. He also explores topics in international business and banking.

For details of Georgios’ latest research, please visit his personal website.

Georgios is interested in supervising PhD students doing applied empirical work in a range of fields, especially political economy.

Publications

Journal articles

Grants

Georgios has received funding from the Economic and Social Research Council (2021-2023) to undertake a research project entitled "The effect of terrorism on public attitudes and individual well-being in Great Britain". The research aims to deliver novel evidence of the effects of terrorism on public attitudes and individual well-being in Great Britain over the last 30 years, and help the UK government develop appropriate strategies to mitigate its negative consequences.

Teaching activities

Georgios is currently teaching on two Level 3 undergraduate modules: Political Economy and Economics Undergraduate Dissertation. In previous years, he taught Applied Macroeconometrics and Business Finance to postgraduate students.

His approach to teaching is to present course material in ways that challenge and motivate student learning, and encourage the development of creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills. He also tries to incorporate examples of the latest economics research into the course content, which can make the subject lively and up-to-date and help the students understand how knowledge can be generated through research.