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Snezana Eminidou

Snezana Eminidou
Assistant Professor

Dr Snezana Eminidou, is a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Innsbruck in the Department of Economics and a Visiting Professor at CIIM. Snezana was awarded a PhD degree in Economics at the University of Cyprus, a Master in Economic Analysis and a Bachelor in International and European and Economic studies, also from University of Cyprus. During her studies, she received several scholarships and her first published paper has been recognized as one of the most read in 2018-2019. Her research interests lie in the field of macroeconomics and monetary economics. Particularly, she is studying the impact of monetary and other types of macroeconomic shocks on economic agents’ expectations. She has an experience in working in International Business Unit, National Bank of Greece and in the Department of Economic Analysis and Research at the Central Bank of Cyprus. Moreover, Snezana has seven years of teaching experience in University of Cyprus. She has been working as a teaching assistant for the course “Principles of Macroeconomics”, “Macroeconomic Theory”, “Econometrics”, and she has been advising undergraduate students with their theses by applying statistical methods and usage of software packages such as Stata, Eviews and Matlab.

“Firms’ Expectations and Monetary Policy Shocks in the Euro Area”, with M. Zachariadis,
Journal of International Money and Finance, 122 (2022) 102556, 2022 ABDC A

“Inflation Expectations and Monetary Policy Surprises”, with E. Andreou, and M. Zachariadis, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 122(1), 306–339, 2020, ABDC A https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/sjoe.12350?casa_token=XCRliWrm-2kAAAAA%3AiXk0cO63Zh VJXb-fg3mz_XDag1u4QYoO2XLGAtwqi0lS-QKGY9jf2Fb5iUTYv5bn1oBdWxL4IKHL9mg78w

  • GD520/MA480 – Economics for Managers
  • EC101 – Microeconomics I
  • EC121 – Macroeconomics I
  • EC201 – Econometrics I
  • EC221 – Econometrics II
  • EC301 – Macroeconomics II
  • EC411 – Economic Growth and Development