Georgios Papadopoulos


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Personal profile


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 population and health economics, as well as on supply chain networks.  He is particularly interested in investigating econonometric issues arising in models with limited dependent variable models.  His PhD thesis is a microeconometric analysis of immigration and crime in England and Wales.

Georgios is currently ECO's UG Course Director (since Aug 2022). He was the Lead Support Tutor from Aug 2021 to Jul 2022, and Employability Director from Mar 2015 to Jul 2021. 

Georgios' personal webpage can be found here.


PhD Supervision Interests: Micro-econometric applications in the fields of labour, population and health economics.


Teaching Interests

I am interested in teaching statistical/econometric methods and their applications in both Under and Postgraduate levels.


CURRENT TEACHING (2023-24 academic year)

Introductory Econometrics (ECO, UEA, for Year 2 UG students - autumn semester)

Econometric Methods (ECO, UEA, for MSc students - autumn semester)

Applied Econometrics (ECO, UEA, for MSc students - spring semester)

Core Statistics, (CCP, UEA, Postgraduate Certificate in Competition and Regulatory Policy - spring semester)


Previous teaching

Econometric Theory (2011-2019, MSc)

Further Econometrics and Data Analysis (2015-18, 3rd year UG) 

Pre-sessional in Mathematics for Economists (2012-18, MSc Applied Training)

Postgraduate Research Skills workshops (2011-12, PGR)


Administrative Posts

UG Course Director (2022 August - present)

Lead Support Tutor (2021 August - 2022 July)

Employability Director (2015 March - 2021 July)

Member of the UG Exam Board (2011-16 and 2021-22)


Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 10 - Reduced Inequalities
  • SDG 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

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