Professor Georgios Panos
- Professor of Finance (Accounting & Finance)
Georgios is working on issues of household, personal and behavioural finance. He was previously a reader in accounting and finance at the University of Glasgow, a senior lecturer and a lecturer in economics at the University of Stirling and a lecturer in business economics and finance at the University of Essex.
His research has been featured in outlets such as the Journal of Financial Economics, the Journal of Banking and Finance, the Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society, inter alia.
He has served as a consultant to the World Bank in multiple occasions and is a principal investigator for the collaborative EU-funded Horizon 2020 project “PROFIT: PROmoting FInancial awareness and sTability”. (Twitter: @PROFIT_platform)
Georgios is a member of the Finance research cluster.
Household finance, financial literacy, labour finance, economics and finance of entrepreneurship, behavioural economics and finance, labour and personnel economics.
- European Commission, Horizon 2020: Project title "PROFIT: Promoting Financial Awareness and Stability"; Scheme: ICT-10-2015 Collective Awareness Platforms; Role: Principal Investigator: €1.6 million (Jan. 2016 - Jan. 2019).
- Think Forward Initiative: 10,000 Euros (12/2018)
- Wards Trust Fund: £3,000 (06/2014; 06/2015; 06/2017; 06/2018)
- SIRE Early Career Grant: £6,700 (05/2014)
- Royal Economic Society Special Grant: £3,500 (01/2013)
- SIRE workshop grant: £2,500 (10/2012)
- Carnegie Trust project grant: £600 (06/2012)
- Essex Business School research grant: £1,400 (06/2011)
Knowledge-Transfer Partnerships/Knowledge Exchange programmes:
- UK Money Advice Service: Economic Analysis of Improved Financial Capability, £5,950, Fall 2016
- Ethical Finance Hub Scotland: Ethical Finance in Scotland, £10,071.84, Summer 2018
- Tatja Karkkainen
- Dongni Duan
- International Financial Management (UG, Autumn)
- Responsible Banking and Development Finance (PG, Spring)