Pavlos Karanikolas is a graduate of the Agricultural University of Athens (B.Sc., Ph.D.) and the Regional Development Institute (M.Sc.). He’s currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development of the AUA. He teaches Introduction to Economic Theory, Political Economy, Economics of European Integration (undergraduate) and Rural Development Policies (graduate). He has taken part to national and EU research Projects such as “Farming Transitions: Pathways Towards Regional Sustainability of Agriculture in Europe” (“FarmPath”, EU-FP7), and “Small farms, small food businesses and sustainable food security” (“SALSA”, EU-Horizon 2020).
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Through the adoption of a “pluralistic” approach and critique of the mainstream economic theory, this course aims to: acquaint students with core thematic areas of economic theory analyse both the national and international agri-food system. Upon successful completion of the course the students will be able to: Understand critical concepts of economics and the operation […]