Panagiotis Avramidis is assistant professor and academic director of the MSc in Risk Management program. He teaches financial engineering and risk management, credit risk measurement and management, quantitative tools in finance and banking regulation. Prior to ALBA, he held the position of adjunct professor at the Graduate School of the American College of Greece. Currently, his research includes empirical studies in finance and management and particularly in the area of information asymmetry and the implications in intermediation, financial risk and managerial decision making. His research work has been published in scientific journals, including Journal of Financial Stability, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, Journal of Non-parametric statistics, Statistica Sinica, Int. Journal of Banking Accounting & Finance and LSE Technical Report. In addition, he writes regularly in daily press. Dr Avramidis has delivered tutorial courses and workshops at the London School of Economics and at the London Business School. In the past, Dr Avramidis held a senior position with Fitch Risk, (a consultancy subsidiary of Fitch Ratings) and a senior manager position at ICAP Group’s Credit Risk Services.
Asimakopoulos I., P. Avramidis, D. Malliaropulos, N. G. Travlos. In Press. Micro-behavioral characteristics in a recessionary environment: Moral hazard and strategic default. In Resolving private sector insolvency: The experience of the EU periphery and the case of Greece. Palgrave MacMillan.
Avramidis, P. 2016. Adaptive likelihood estimator of conditional variance function. Journal of Nonparametric Statistics, 28(1): 132-151.
Avramidis P. and Pasiouras F. 2015. Systemic risk: A factor model approach. Journal of Financial Stability, 16: 138-150.
Vlachos P., Tsamacos A., Vrechopoulos A. and Avramidis P. 2009. Corporate social responsibility attributions, consumer trust and behavioral outcomes. Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 37 (2): 170-180.
Avramidis P. 2003. Two-step cross-validation method for partially linear models, Statistica Sinica, 14 (4): 1033-1048.