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Dr Ioanna Stylianou

Assistant Professor in Statistics and Economics


IStylianou@uclan.ac.uk

+357 24694090

Qualifications

PhD, Economics (Econometrics), University of Cyprus, June 2012.

MSc, Economics (Economic Analysis), University of Cyprus, June 2005.

BSc, Economics, University of Cyprus, July 2003.

Visiting Dissertator University of Wisconsin Madison, USA, 2008-2010

AFHEA – Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

 

Employment Track

  • Lecturer in Statistics and Economics, Fall 2013-present, Department of Business and Management, University of Central Lancashire (UCLan)
  • Visiting Lecturer, University of Cyprus, Fall 2012- Spring 2014
  • Special Scientist, Cyprus University of Technology, 2014
  • Special Scientist, Open University of Cyprus, 2013
  •  Research Fellow, Fall 2014-present, Department of Economics University of Cyprus.

 

Memberships (Academic/Professional)

Referee in the following academic journals:

 Journal of Economic Growth

 Empirical Economics

 Macroeconomic Dynamics

 

Research Interests

Econometrics, statistical modeling, applied statistics, applied econometrics, inequality, social mobility, poverty, economic growth, institutions, information asymmetries, forecasting.

 

Roles and Responsibilities (including past roles and responsibilities)

UCLan, 2013-Present

Teaching

Undergraduate modules:

School of Business and Management:

Business Statistics (MG3002), Fundamentals of Business Mathematics (MG1009), Research Methods (HR2010), Data Communication (BU1106), Dissertation (BC3010), Introduction to Economics (AC1002), Principles of Economics (EC1500), The Business Environment (BU1006), Internship (BC2005/BC3005).

School of Sciences- BSc (Hons) Mathematics:

Financial Statistics (MA3878), Actuarial Mathematics and Statistics (MA3877), Introduction to Mathematics and Statistics (MA1601).

Moderator: Stochastic Processes (MA3871), Linear Models (MA2873).

 

Postgraduate modules:

Quantitative Methods Training for PhD students, Data Analytics (MG4002), Data Analytics (MG4002)-Distance Learning,  Designing a Research Project (MD4064), Operations Strategy (MG4219), Business Information Management (BT4215).

 

Course Leadership

Course Leader BA (Hons) Business Administration, UCLan

Course Leader BA (Hons) Economics (until 2018), UCLan

 

Other Academic Activities

Senate representative for the School of Business and Management, 2018-present

Research Degree Tutor (RDT), School of Business and Management

Member of the Academic Standards and Quality Assurance Committee (ASQAC), 2018-present

Member of  the Student Staff Liaison Committee (SSLC)

Organizer of the Seminar Series, 2014-1015

 

Selective Publications

  • Krambia-Kapardis, M., Stylianou, I., Dimitriou, S., (2019): Contextualizing Compliance Officers (CO) and its State of Practice, Business and Society Review, https://doi.org/10.1111/basr.12181.
  • Krambia-Kapardis, M., Dimitriou,  S., Stylianou,  I., (2019): Disentangling the Expectation Gap for Compliance officers. Book chapter: Financial Compliance: Issues, Concerns and Future Directions, 205-268.
  • Kourtellos, A., Stylianou, I., Tan, C.M., (2015): Robust Multiple Regimes in Growth Volatility, Empirical Economics, Vol. 48 (1), 461-491.
  • Kourtellos, A., Stylianou, I., Tan, C.M., (2013): Failure to Launch? The Role of Land Inequality in Transition Delays, European Economic Review, 62, 98-113.
  • Krambia-Kapardis, M., Stylianou, I., Dimitriou, S., (2019): Examining the nonlinear relationship between corruption and tourism arrivals: A global analysis (Revised and Resubmit)

Selective Conference and Seminar Presentations

  • April 2019: International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines (IABPAD), Dallas, Texas, USA. Nonlinear Nexus Between Corruption And Tourism Arrivals: An International Perspective.
  • July 2017: CRETE-16th Conference on Research on Economic Theory and Econometrics, Greece. Revisiting the Great Gatsby Curve.
  • April 2016: Multinational Finance Society (MFS), Limassol Cyprus.
  • April 2015: Multinational Finance Society (MFS), Larnaca Cyprus.
  • April 2014: Multinational Finance Society (MFS), Larnaca Cyprus. Robust Multiple Regimes in Volatility
  • May 2013: Department of Economics University of  Lancaster UK. Failure to Launch? The Role of Land  Inequality in Transition Delays.
  • January 2013: 8th PhD Presentation Meeting of the Royal Economic Society and Queen Mary
  • University of London, London, UK. Robust Multiple Regimes in Volatility.
  • November 2012: Association of Southern European Economic Theorists 2012 Annual
  • Meeting. Failure to Launch? The Role of Land Inequality in Transition Delays.
  • January 2012: Seventh PhD Presentation Meeting of the Royal Economic Society and Queen Mary University of London, London, UK. Failure to Launch? The Role of Land Inequality in Transition Delays.
  • June 2011: The 2nd Jerusalem Summer School in Economic Growth, Organized the Minerva
  • Center for Economic Growth. Failure to Launch? The Role of Land Inequality in Transition Delays.
  • July 2009: CRETE-8th Conference on Research on Economic Theory and Econometrics, Greece. Failure to Launch? Transition Delays, Institutions, and Divergence.
  • June 2009: First European Conference of the Society for Financial Econometrics, Swiss Finance Institute, Geneva Switzerland.
  • January 2009: North American Winter Meeting of the Econometric Society, San Francisco, CA, USA. Some Empirical of Economic Take-offs.
  • June 2007: Department of Economics University of Cyprus. Does Human Capital Trigger Institutional Improvement? Evidence from the Post-Malthusian and Sustained Growth Eras.
  • June 2005: Department of Economics University of Cyprus. A Macroeconomic Model for the Cyprus Economy.

 

Selective Research Funding/ Grant Capture

  • European Social Survey (ESS), Member of the national committee, November 2017-present.
  • Researcher in the Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation (RPF) grant (2004-05), for the project “A Small Scale Macro Model for the Cyprus Economy”. This grant was awarded the amount of CY£ 25,000 (42,146 Euros).
  • Cyprus State Scholarship Foundation, 2003-2005.

 

Supervision of Projects/PhDs

PhD Supervision -Director of Studies (main supervisor): Demetris Markou

Supervision of fifteen MBA students, UCLan.

Supervision of two BA students, UCLan.