Biography

Georgios finished his PhD in Economics in 2012 at the University of Essex.  His research interests are concentrated on microeconometric applications in the fields of labour, population and health economics.  He is particularly interested in investigating the ecoonometric issues arising in count data and limited dependent variable models.  His PhD thesis is a microeconometric analysis of immigration and crime in England and Wales.

Georgios' personal webpage can be found here.

All Publications

Gerry, C., Papadopoulos, G.

(2015)

Sample Attrition in the RLMS, 2001-10: Lessons for longitudinal analysis and an application in health,

in Economics of Transition

23

(2)

pp. 425-468

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Papadopoulos, G.

(2014)

Immigration status and property crime: an application of estimators for underreported outcomes,

in IZA Journal of Migration

3

(12)

article no. 12

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Papadopoulos, G., Santos Silva, J.

(2012)

Identification issues in some double-index models for non-negative data,

in Economics Letters

117

(1)

pp. 365-367

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Papadopoulos, G., Santos Silva, J.

(2008)

Identification Issues in Models for Underreported Counts,

Full Text

(Discussion paper)

(Published)


Teaching Interests

 

CURRENT TEACHING -2015/16

Econometric Theory (MSc) - Module Convenor and Lecturer

Applied Econometrics (MSc) - Lecturer (microeconometrics part only) 

Further Econometrics and Data Analysis (3rd year UG) - Module Convenor and Lecturer (microeconometrics part only) 

Applied Economic Analysis (2nd year UG) - Seminar Leader

MSc in Applied Training Pre-sessional - Maths for Economists (Lecturer) 

Administrative Posts

Employability Director

Member of the UG Exam Board