Monastiriotis Vassilis

Monastiriotis Vassilis

Associate Professor

United Kingdom

Phone: +44(0)2079556937



European Institute, London School of Economics

Country: United Kingdom

Institute type: University

FEMISE Institute: yes

Areas research expertise

  • Macroeconomic Policy
  • Poverty and Inequalities
  • Trade International Agreements
  • EuroMed Cooperation
  • Labour Market
  • Regional Development
  • Industrial Policy
  • Regional Integration
  • Foreign Direct Investment
  • Households
  • Gender
  • Migration
  • Euro-Med Cooperation

Participation in FEMISE-funded research: %s

Last publications

Kallioras D., Monastitiotis V. and Petrakos G. (2017), Spatial dynamics and agglomeration forces in the EU periphery, Annals of Regional Science (DOI: 10.1007/s00168-016-0798-x)

Monastitiotis V., Kallioras D. and Petrakos G. (2016), The regional impact of European Union association agreements: an event-analysis approach to the case of Central and Eastern Europe, Regional Studies, vol.51 (10), pp.1454-1468.

Monastitiotis V. (2016), Foreign-firm ownership, institutional proximity and the geography of intra-industry spillovers in the EU neighbourhood: do European firms raise domestic productivity by more?, Environment and Planning C, vol.34 (4), pp.676-697.

Christopoulou R. and Monastiriotis V. (2016), Public-private wage duality during the Greek crisis, Oxford Economic Papers, vol.68 (1), pp.174-196.

Monastiriotis V. and Martelli A. (2014), Labour market informality and non-standard employment in Serbia during the global financial crisis, Südosteuropa, vol.62 (4), pp.421-439.

Monastiriotis V. (2014), Convergence through crisis? The impact of the crisis on wage returns across the Greek regions, Region et Developpement, No39, pp.35-66.

Monastiriotis V. and Psycharis Y. (2014), Between equity, efficiency and redistribution: An analysis of revealed allocation criteria of regional public investment in Greece, European Urban and Regional Studies, vol.21 (4), pp.445-462.

Monastiriotis V. (2014), Regional growth and national development: transition in Central and Eastern Europe and the regional Kuznets curve in the east and the west, Spatial Economic Analysis, vol.9 (2), pp.142-161.