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Get to know the Dep of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development

The special characteristic of the Department is that it combines areas of expertise derived from both the sciences and the humanities. The agro-technical knowledge is essential for the evaluation of management intervention at the level of agricultural enterprises and the economic value of general measures of agricultural policy.

Courses on Semesters

Education

You can find all the courses categorized based on the semesters so that you have a complete overview of the Curriculum of the Department of Agricultural Economics & Rural Development.
R.E.D.

Informatics

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Upon successful completion of the course, the student will: can distinguish the capabilities of the components that make up a computer
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English I

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This course aims to introduce students to general topics of agriculture with emphasis on reading and basic vocabulary through selected passages and other materials of medium length.
R.E.D.

Introduction to Economic Theory

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The course is the first/introductory course of the Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development in economic theory. The course aims to familiarize students with the basic concepts of economic theory, through a “pluralistic” approach. This means that in all the thematic units of the course are exposed both the prevailing economic theory (the Neoclassical […]
R.E.D.

Mathematics I

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After this course, the student is expected to be able to: use and apply definitions and notions of Infinitesimal Calculus in a pure and applied sense. Use and apply mathematical methods in basic problems of Agricultural Economy and Rural Environment develop critical thinking through result verification Course Layout (EN) Course Layout (EL)
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Statistics

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After this course, the student is expected to be able to: distinguish stochastic and deterministic phenomena and experiments using enumeration methods and basic probability tools apply simple probability calculus recognize the practical value and importance of probabilities in the understanding of stochastic phenomena and experiments describe and summarize data  translate a research question into a […]

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

  • 515 Students in Semesters
  • 679 Students until the 14th Semester
  • 1.309 Registered Students
  • 1.374 Graduates (from 1983-84 until 2020-21)
  • 75 Graduates in 2020-21

POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS

  • 189 Postgraduate Students
  • 632 MSc Graduates
  • 51 MSc Graduates in 2020-21

PhD CANDIDATES, DOCTORAL GRADUATES, POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS

  • 21 PhD Candidates
  • 2 Postdoctoral Research Fellows
  • 1 Doctoral Graduate in 2020-21
  • 30 Doctoral Grad

RESEARCH WORK

  • 1.095 Publications in Scientific Journals (295 in the last 5 years)
  • 5.178 Citations (2.925 in the last 5 years)
  • 52 Funded research projects
  • 4.018.000 € is the total budget of the funded research projects of which 2.842.000 € come from European Programmes

DEPARTMENT OVERVIEW

  • 17 Faculty members
  • 10 Laboratory & Teaching Staff
  • 3 Special Technical Laboratory Staff
  • 2 Administrative Staff
  • 7 Laboratories
  • 2 Postgraduate Programmes

Laboratories

Lab Director: Papadas Christos, Tel: +30 210 529 4724, e-mail: cpap@aua.gr
Lab Director: Karanikolas Pavlos, Tel: +30 210 529 4785, e-mail: pkaranik@aua.gr
Lab Director: Tsiboukas Konstantinos, Tel: +30 210 529 4761, e-mail: tsiboukas@aua.gr
Director: Professor Stavros Zografakis, Tel: +30 210 529 4775, e-mail: stazog@aua.gr
Lab Director: Klonaris Stathis, Tel: +30 210 529 4727, e-mail: s.klonaris@aua.gr
Lab Director: Costopoulou Constantina, Tel: +30 210 529 4183, e-mail: tina@aua.gr
Lab Director: Koutsouris Alexandros, Tel: +30 210 529 4721, e-mail: koutsouris@aua.gr

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