Dr. Kyriakos P. Petrou has obtained a PhD degree in Economics from the University of Cyprus, an MSc in Economic Analysis from the University of Cyprus, an MSc in Monetary and Financial Economics from the University of Cyprus, and a BSc in Economics from the University of Thessaly. His primary research interests are in the areas of empirical econometrics, inequality, intergenerational mobility, preferences for redistribution, social identity, social interactions, and voting behavior. He has obtained a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Global Fellowship entitled “The Role of Social Identity on Preferences for Redistribution” (Proposal number: 894128).
Furthermore, Dr. Petrou has a lot of teaching experience for several economics and quantitative courses. He taught, among other, at the Department of Economics at the University of Cyprus, and at the Department of Economics and Business at the Open University of Cyprus. In particular, as a lecturer he has taught, Mathematics for Economists, Quantitative Methods in Business, Business Statistics, Introduction to Economics, Fundamentals of Business Mathematics.