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Office: Vari Hall, 1036
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: Ext: 33269
Email: aadamo@yorku.ca
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Biography I am an Associate Professor at the Department of Economics at York University. My general research interests lie in the areas of macroeconomics, growth and development and international economics. My current work focuses on understanding the determinants of aggregate and producer-level productivity, with a focus on agriculture. I obtained my Ph.D from the University of Toronto.

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Degrees

Ph.D. Economics, University of Toronto
M.A., Economics, Queens University

Appointments

Faculty of Environmental Studies

Professional Leadership

Macroeconomics Conference at Ryerson University: \Money, Financial Institutions, and the Real Economy," Toronto, Canada, 2008 (Chair).

Growth Conference at Guelph University: \The Role of Human Capital in Economic Growth: Recent Theory and Evidence," Guelph, Canada, 2007 (Presenter).

Society of Economic Dynamics, Vancouver, Canada, 2006 (Presenter, Co-author).

Canadian Economic Association Meetings, Montreal, 2006 (Chair, Presenter).

Community Contributions

Professor Anastasios Adamopoulos, has been invited to several seminars, such as: Wilfrid Laurier University (April 2008), University of Pittsburgh (December 2007), and several others.

He has also reviewed the textbook Macroeconomics by Bradford Delong, Arman Mansoorian, and Leo Michelis (2005).

He was also on the Planning and Appointments Committee, the Ph.D Macroeconomics Comprehensive Exam Committee, and the Graduate Curriculum Committee.

Research Interests

Indigenous Peoples , Statistics, Macro Economics 22, Growth and Development, International Economics, Economics

Approach to Teaching


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Biography I am an Associate Professor at the Department of Economics at York University. My general research interests lie in the areas of macroeconomics, growth and development and international economics. My current work focuses on understanding the determinants of aggregate and producer-level productivity, with a focus on agriculture. I obtained my Ph.D from the University of Toronto.

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Degrees

Ph.D. Economics, University of Toronto
M.A., Economics, Queens University

Appointments

Faculty of Environmental Studies

Professional Leadership

Macroeconomics Conference at Ryerson University: \Money, Financial Institutions, and the Real Economy," Toronto, Canada, 2008 (Chair).

Growth Conference at Guelph University: \The Role of Human Capital in Economic Growth: Recent Theory and Evidence," Guelph, Canada, 2007 (Presenter).

Society of Economic Dynamics, Vancouver, Canada, 2006 (Presenter, Co-author).

Canadian Economic Association Meetings, Montreal, 2006 (Chair, Presenter).

Community Contributions

Professor Anastasios Adamopoulos, has been invited to several seminars, such as: Wilfrid Laurier University (April 2008), University of Pittsburgh (December 2007), and several others.

He has also reviewed the textbook Macroeconomics by Bradford Delong, Arman Mansoorian, and Leo Michelis (2005).

He was also on the Planning and Appointments Committee, the Ph.D Macroeconomics Comprehensive Exam Committee, and the Graduate Curriculum Committee.

Research Interests

Indigenous Peoples , Statistics, Macro Economics 22, Growth and Development, International Economics, Economics

Approach to Teaching


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