Dr Christos Mavridis

Teaching Associate

Research Overview

My primary areas of research are Applied Microeconomics and Political Economy. I am also interested in Economic and Social Networks, Industrial Organization, Conflicts, and Institutions. Large part of my research, and a number of my working papers, has focused on voting, in particular how agents vote in different broadly defined institutional environments. My work ranges from technical to empirical and has interesting policy implications both in the public but also the private sector domain.