Miss Ivi Theodoulou

PhD Student

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Ivi graduated from the English School Nicosia (2007) and started her University studies at The University of Essex in 2007.

Ivi holds a BSc (Hons) in Economics (First Class) from The University of Essex(Department of Economics), ranked in the top 3% of her cohort. She was also assigned as a tutor and mentor for Economics undergraduates as a top performing student. Ivi also holds an MSc in Economics (2011) from the University of Essex.

From September 2012-2014 Ivi was employed as an Economic Consultant at the Cyprus Commission for the Protection of Competition.
In 2015, she started working at the University of Leicester. She was assigned teaching duties at Leicester Business School and began her studies for a Phd degree which she continues to undertake.

Ivi graduated from the English School Nicosia (2007) and started her University studies at The University of Essex in 2007.Ivi holds a BSc(Hons) in Economics(First Class) from The University of Essex(Department of Economics), ranked in the top 3% of her cohort. She was also assigned as a tutor and mentor for Economics undergraduates as a top performing student.Ivi also holds an MSc in Economics (2011) from the University of Essex.

From September 2012-2014 Ivi was employed as an Economic Consultant at the Cyprus Commission for the Protection of Competition.In 2015, she started working at the University of Leicester. She was assigned teaching duties at Leicester Business School and began her studies for a Phd degree which she continues to undertake.

Supervisors

Professor Peter Jackson

Mr Mark Burridge

Research

  • Price asymmetries and price dynamics in the supply chain
  • Price transmission mechanism
  • Time series Econometrics
  • Panel data econometrics


Ivi is specifically interested in the factors behind the asymmetries in the price transmission mechanism in the market for deposits, the market for gasoline in the Euro area as well as the market for perishable products .

She is specifically interested in detecting the sources of asymmetric price transmission in the cases of input price shocks during a time span of 18 years with reference point the financial crisis of 2008. She is further interested in detecting the need for the development of a model to assist public policy to prevent such   asymmetries and ultimately prevent negative social welfare implications.

She is in parallel interested in topics related to economics and finance, competition, gender and labour economics.

 

 

 


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