Panteleimon K. Karamalis
I am a PhD Fellow at the UCD School of Economics in Ireland. I hold a MSc in Healthcare Administration from the National School of Public Health in Athens (2018), a MSc in Banking and Financial Management from the University of Piraeus (2017), and a BSc in Business Administration from Technological Educational Institute of Athens (2014). Since 2018 I have been a Teaching Assistant in Macroeconomics, Financial Economics, International Banking, and Econometrics at the UCD School of Economics.
My research interests lie mainly in Monetary and Fiscal Policy, Banking, Wealth Inequality, Health Economics, and Management. I have publications in a wide range of conferences, such as ICBE 2021, TOURMAN 2021, BALCOR 2020 and IPIE 2020 among others.
I decided to participate actively in the Get Involved initiatives because of my desire to help students and the wider public of any academic background to have access to rich information regarding financial literacy and other important topics that are high on the agenda of our society.
Graduate of the Department of Economics of the Athens University of Economics and Business.
My research interests are in the field of Economics and Finance, as well as in the field of Entrepreneurship and Business Administration. As a member of the Get Involved Intelligence, I am actively involved in writing and reviewing the Synopsis of ECB’s Economic Bulletin.
The reason I joined the Get Involved Intelligence is that I believe that economic literacy is very important and through our scientific initiatives we achieve the dissemination of economic knowledge and information to the general public.
I am a master’s degree student of the Management Service, specializing in Management Consulting, of the Athens University of Economics and Business. I also hold a professional certificate in Data Science from HarvardX. My bachelor studies were at the faculty of Banking and Finance Management of the University of Piraeus.
As a co-founder of Get Involved I have participated in various scientific initiatives, I would highlight my participation in both the Sustainable Literacy and Perspectives surveys as well as my contribution to the “A Guide to ESG – the new megatrend” project.
My participation in the Get Involved Intelligence initiatives is the result of my aspiration to assist in promoting economic literacy and as a result of the drive, my associates in these projects have shown, that motivates me to a greater extent.
Evangelos David Delimosis
I am an undergraduate student majoring in Statistics and Insurance Science at the University of Piraeus.
In Get Involved I have the role of Senior Associate and I engage in all the initiatives of Get Involved Intelligence, while I have contributed to the survey Sustainability Literacy and Perspectives II, as well as to the writing of The Index of Economic Terms and of the Guide to ESG – the new megatrend.
The main reason for my participation in the initiatives of Get Involved Intelligence is the contribution that these projects have to the promotion of economic literacy and the information about key financial issues.
Undergraduate student in the faculty of Finance and Accounting, specializing in Finance, at the Athens University of Economics and Business.
My scientific areas of interest are Behavioral Finance, Finance, Fin. Tech, Macroeconomics and Sustainable Finance. Selected Work: Seasonal Anomalies of the ASE Composite Index, The Behavior of Investors During the Pandemic of Covid-19: An Analysis of 6 Big Stock Exchanges and of the Athens Stock, Sustainable Tourism: The Case of Greek Islands, Stock Market Reaction to Green Bond Issuance Announcements.
Generally, through my experience with Get Involved I have worked on and understood critical economic issues. Specifically, writing the Synopsis of The Economic Bulletin of the ECB gave me an opportunity to expand my knowledge on and watch the developments of the macroeconomic environment of the ECB closely while working on the study guide for the Sixth Simulation Conference of the European Central Bank I gained valuable knowledge on the subject of the Central Bank Digital Currency.