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Dr Ioannis Laliotis

Lecturer in Economics

School of Arts and Social Sciences, Department of Economics

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Postal Address

City, University of London
Northampton Square
London
EC1V 0HB
United Kingdom

About

Overview

Dr Ioannis Laliotis is a Lecturer in the Department of Economics, City University of London. Prior to joining City, he was as a researcher at the London School of Economics (European Institute, Hellenic Observatory). His main research interests lie in the fields of Applied Microeconometrics, Labour Economics and Health Economics.

Qualifications

  1. PhD, University of Patras, Greece, 2009 – 2013
  2. Fellow, Higher Education Academy

Employment

  1. Lecturer, City, University of London, Sep 2019 – present
  2. Researcher, London School of Economics, Oct 2018 – Sep 2019
  3. Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Surrey, Jan 2014 – Sep 2018

Publications

Journal articles (9)

  1. Giannakopoulos, N. and Laliotis, I. (2019). Industrial Relations Reform, Firm-Level Bargaining and Nominal Wage Floors. Manchester School. doi:10.1111/manc.12273.
  2. Laliotis, I. and Stavropoulou, C. (2018). Crises and mortality: Does the level of unemployment matter? Social Science and Medicine, 214, pp. 99–109. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2018.08.016.
  3. Cookson, G. and Laliotis, I. (2018). Promoting normal birth and reducing caesarean section rates: An evaluation of the Rapid Improvement Programme. Health Economics (United Kingdom), 27(4), pp. 675–689. doi:10.1002/hec.3624.
  4. Cookson, G., Jones, S. and Laliotis, I. (2017). Cancelled Procedures in the English NHS: Evidence from the 2010 Tariff Reform. Health Economics (United Kingdom), 26(12). doi:10.1002/hec.3486.
  5. Daouli, J., Demoussis, M., Giannakopoulos, N. and Laliotis, I. (2017). The wage curve before and during the Greek economic crisis. Empirical Economics, 52(1), pp. 59–77. doi:10.1007/s00181-016-1073-9.
  6. Daouli, J., Demoussis, M., Giannakopoulos, N. and Laliotis, I. (2016). The 2011 Industrial Relations Reform and Nominal Wage Adjustments in Greece. Journal of Labor Research, 37(4), pp. 460–483. doi:10.1007/s12122-016-9232-5.
  7. Laliotis, I., Ioannidis, J.P.A. and Stavropoulou, C. (2016). Total and cause-specific mortality before and after the onset of the Greek economic crisis: an interrupted time-series analysis. The Lancet Public Health, 1(2). doi:10.1016/S2468-2667(16)30018-4.
  8. Laliotis, I. (2016). Crime and unemployment in Greece: Evidence before and during the crisis. Economics and Business Letters, 5(1), pp. 10–10. doi:10.17811/ebl.5.1.2016.10-16.
  9. Daouli, J., Demoussis, M., Giannakopoulos, N. and Laliotis, I. (2013). Firm-Level Collective Bargaining and Wages in Greece: A Quantile Decomposition Analysis. British Journal of Industrial Relations, 51(1), pp. 80–103. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8543.2012.00918.x.

Scholarly editions (4)

  1. Laliotis, I. and Stavropoulou, C. (2017). Crises and mortality: Does the level of unemployment matter?
  2. Giannakopoulos, N. and Laliotis, I. (2017). Decentralized Bargaining and the Greek Labour Relations Reform (Law 4024/2011).
  3. Giannakopoulos, N. and Laliotis, I. (2017). Decentralized Bargaining and the Greek Labour Relations Reform (Law 4024/2011).
  4. Laliotis, I. Crime and Unemployment in Greece: Evidence Before and During the Crisis.

Working paper

  1. Laliotis, I., Moscelli, G. and Monastiriotis, V. (2019). Summertime and the drivin’ is easy? Daylight Saving Time and Vehicle Accidents. London, UK: City, University of London.