London EC1V 0HB
Lazaros-Antonios Chatzilazarou (Larry) is a full born Greek (Thessaloniki) with 3rd generation roots from Cappadocia.
In Sep. '22, he joined CITY University London as a Ph.D. candidate in Economics under the supervision of Sotiris Georganas and Christoph Schlegel. His research interests lie in Applied Game Theory, Big Data, Experimental and Behavioral Economics.
Currently, he is working as a Graduate Teaching Assistant in LSE and City University, on Applied Econometrics, Data Analysis, Micro, Game Theory and Statistics.
His past graduate theses have explored the joint causal effect of transnational and international terrorism on USA's growth in state-level and dealt with augmented gravity models that analyze EU trade flows and trade potential for HS commodities globally.
Lazaros is a musician, a video-games enthusiast and a gym worm. He also maintains a tech YouTube channel and designs digital artwork and logos.
- Master of Philosophy, M.Phil. in Economics, City, University of London, United Kingdom, Apr 2023
- Master of Science, M.Sc. in Industrial Economics and Markets (Distinction), Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain, Jun 2022
- Master of Science, M.Sc. in Economic Analysis and Policy (cum laude), University of Ioannina, Greece, Feb 2019
- Bachelor of Science, B.Sc. in Economics, University of Ioannina, Greece, Sep 2017
- Certificate on Econometric Methods to estimate causal effects, Summer School on Policy Evaluation, University of Ioánnina, Greece
- GTA (EC3017 & EC1008), City, University of London, Oct 2022 – present
- GTA (Stats, GT & Micro), London School of Economics and Political Science, Sep 2022 – present
- Business Data Analyst (Intern), PwC, Feb – Aug 2022
- Lending Officer (Intern), Piraeus Bank, Mar – May 2019
- GTA (Microeconomic Theory 101), University of Ioannina, Oct 2018 – Feb 2019
- Econometrics Tutor, Theory Economics Ltd, Sep 2018 – Aug 2022
English (can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review), German (can read, write, speak and understand spoken), Greek, Modern (1453-) (can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review) and Spanish; Castilian (can read, speak and understand spoken).
- Dr Sotiris Georganas, Reader in Behavioural Economics
- Dr Christoph Schlegel, Senior Lecturer in Economics