& Regional Development

Department of Economic

Postgraduate Studies

The Department of Economic and Regional Development has a long history in the teaching and the development of scientific research in Applied Economic Analysis, in Administration and Management, on issues of urban and regional development, and in real estate. It is the first economics department in Greece which adopted the combination of Economic Theory with Applied Economics and Administration, and Regional Development.
This innovative graduate program has attracted a group of scientists with abilities, skills and a subject area who produce a synthesis of theory and practice that is rare both in Greece and abroad. They have experience in the market and have developed a broad international network of collaboration. They produce valuable applied research, make publications, and they contribute to planning and decision making at both national and regional levels.
The ultimate goal of the program is for the students who graduate from this program to broaden their theoretical background and to acquire applied methods and skills of analysis and management. Thus they will be able to: understand the complex, multi-dimensional and constantly changing reality at a micro, macro and regional level; and to respond effectively to the contemporary demands of the private, social and public sectors, in Greece and internationally.

The purpose of the program is to provide scientific, theoretical and applied education, as well as the specialized professional training of Economists, Regionalists, and personnel of companies and organizations on issues of applied economic analysis, economic policy, the administration of companies and organizations, as well as on issues of urban and regional development and real estate.

The Program includes a combination of selected theoretical and applied subject areas which
• support the research and academic interests of the candidates who wish to go on to doctoral studies,
• supplies the graduates with knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to go on to work in the private, public and social sectors,

Taking the Masters Program, students will acquire specialized knowledge and skills in applied Economics, the Administration of Businesses and Organizations, Regional Development and the formation and application of Economic and Regional Policy.

The knowledge and the skills acquired in the Masters Program will allow you to become professionally active in organizations and businesses in the public and private spheres, in central, regional and local administration, as well as in Universities, Research Institutes, NGOs and International Organizations.

Courses Offered

Ninety (90) European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) credits required to acquire a Graduate Degree. The Graduate Program has two fields: Applied Economics and Management; and Urban and Regional Development. The second field has two areas of specialization: Regional and Local Development Planning; and Real Estate Economics. The courses offered are as follows:

Direction of Applied Economics and Management

8060 - Quantitative Methods in Applied Economics

S. Degiannakis

8061 - Microeconomics for the Manager

C. Stoforos

8062 - The Macroeconomic Environment and Decision

G. Siourounis With the participation of: S.E. Lolos, M. Lamprinidi

8063 - Administration and Management of Enterprises and Organizations

T. Palaskas With the participation of: C. Tsirimokou

ELECTIVES (4 must be chosen)

8064 - Fiscal Interventionism and Economic Activity

Will not be taught in the 2019-20 academic year

8065 - Applied Econometrics for Economics, Finance, and Management

S. Degiannakis

8066 - Financial Governance

Will not be taught in the 2019-20 academic year

8067 - Methods of Applied Research for Executives

S. Degiannakis S. C. Richardson

8068 - Methods of Quality Control

Will not be taught in the 2019-20 academic year

8069 - Corporate and Social Responsibility of Enterprises

A. Pseiridou

8070 - Management Accounting

Will not be taught in the 2019-20 academic year

8071 - Labour Economics

A. Dedousopoulos

8072 - Issues in Development

I. Keramidou, A. Foteinopoulou

8073 - Governance of Public and Private Organizations

Will not be taught in the 2019-20 academic year

8074 - Environmental Economics

Will not be taught in the 2019-20 academic year

8075 - International Economic Governance

Will not be taught in the 2019-20 academic year

8090 - Issues in the Applied Administration and Management of Enterprises and Organizations

Th. Palaskas

Thesis

Direction of: Urban and Regional Developmen

Ι. Area of Specialization: "Regional and Local Development Planning"

8076 - Quantitative Regional Analysis

A. Karaganis (coordinator), A. Papadaskalopoulos, A. Mimis With the participation of P. Nikoloupoulos

8077 - Regional and Urban Economics

I. Psycharis, A. Rovolis, V. Tselios (coordinators), With the participation of: A. Lyberaki/N. Konsolas

8078 - Regional Planning: European, National, Regional and Local Dimensions

V. Avdikos (coordinator), A. Papdaskalopoulos, O. Gioti-Papadaki, D. Katianis

8079 - Environmental Economics

K. Bithas (coordinator)

8082 - Management and Evaluation of Regional Programs and Works

E. Plaskovitis (coordinator) With the participation of: V. Avdikos, D. Kantianis

8083 - Geographical Information Systems

A. Mimis With the participation of: G. Fotis (National Metsovio Technical University)

8084 - The Organization and Economics of Local Administration

I. Pyscharis With the participation of: V. Delitheou

8085 - Special Issues in Regional Policy (Laboratory)

V. Tselios With the participation of: D. Skouras (University of Patras)

Thesis

ΙΙ. Area of Specialization: “Real Estate Economics”

8076 - Quantitative Regional Analysis

A. Mimis, A. Karaganis (coordinator)

8077 - Regional and Urban Economics

I. Psycharis, A. Rovolis (coordinators), With the Participation of: V. Tselios

8080 - Land and Space Planning – Project Finance

S.S. Kyvelou, D. Kantianis With the Participation of: N. Chiotinis

8081 - Principles of Construction and Technical Issues in the Construction Sector – Project Management

A. Tasopoulos, A. Karaganis, D. Kantianis

8086 - Principles of Appraisal

A. Karganis With the participation of: C. Chatzitsolis

8087 - Real Estate Management

A. Rovolis With the participation of : P. Vlamis

8088 - Financial Analysis and Taxation

K. Liapis, (coordinator), With the participation of: C. Galanos

8089 - Capital and Real Estate Markets

V. Douvlis (coordinator), D. Liapis, D. Kantianis With the participation of: S. Vasilopoulos, E. Politis

Thesis

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