Stelios Michalopoulos, CEPR Research Fellow in Macroeconomics and Growth, is an Associate Professor of economics at Brown University. A recipient of the 2015 Excellence Award in Global Economic Affairs from the Kiel Institute for the World Economy, he was also awarded an NSF grant. His primary research interests lie in the intersection of political economy, growth and development. He has published in leading peer-reviewed economic journals including the American Economic Review, Econometrica, Journal of Political Economy and the Quarterly Journal of Economics.
The Bodossaki Foundation was established in 1973 and is one of the most respected privately owned public-benefit organisations in Greece. In awarding the annual Scientific Prizes, it seeks to support the creative work of young Greek scientists up to 40 years of age; to reward their commitment and effort to excel in their scientific field, as well as their dedication to serve as role models for the younger generations and the Greek society as a whole. Stelios has been awarded this prize, jointly with Lucas Karabarbounis of the University of Minnesota, for his work in the field of Social – Economic Sciences. Find out more about the Foundation and its work here.
Recent VoxEU.org columns by Stelios:
- Intergenerational mobility in Africa 06 July 2019
- Economic consequences of revolutions 02 December 2017
- The contemporary shadow of the Scramble for Africa 01 March 2017
CEPR/Vox eBooks edited by Stelios:
- The Long Economic and Political Shadow of History,
A list of CEPR Discussion Papers by Stelios can be found here