Professor Klonaris is a Professor of the Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development. His research interests are focused on the economics of food policy and quality, modelling agricultural markets and on Common Agricultural Policy issues. He is teaching Quantitative Methods, Applied Statistics and Microeconomic Analysis II at the undergraduate level and Applied Statistics and Microeconomic Analysis at postgraduate level. Dr Klonaris received his PhD from Reading University. Prior to joining the agricultural University of Athens, he has working for the Ministry of Rural Development & Food as member of the Greek delegation responsible for the fiscal policy an as consultant in the private sector.
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1. Basic Knowledge Utility maximization, Lagrange multiplier, Roy’s Identity Duality and cost minimization, Sheppard’s Lemma Slutsky equation Demand functions properties (homogenous, symmetry, additivity) Utility functional forms (Weak Separability and Strong Separability, Homothetic) Revealed Preferences (Weak and Strong Axiom of Revealed Preferences). 2. Empirical Applications Stone’s Analysis LES demand system Rotterdam model Almost Ideal Demand System […]