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HASSAPIS CHRISTIS
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ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Department of Economics
FEB 02 - Faculty of Economics and Management
University Campus
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22893711
22895028
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Προσωπικό Προφίλ

Christis Hassapis has a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from The George Washington University and a Master’s and a Phd in Economics from Boston College, USA.

 

He has served, among others, as:

 

Vice Dean, Graduate School, University of Cyprus (2015- )

Group Chairman, Bank of Cyprus Group (2013-14)

Board Member, University of Cyprus Council (2004-07, 2007-10)

Chairman, University of Cyprus Radio Station (UCY-Voice) (2008-10)

Vice Dean, School of Economics and Business Administration (2004-07)

Board Member, Diogenis Business Incubator Board (2002-2007)

Board Member, University of Cyprus Senate (2001-02)

 

His research interest are in Macroeconomics, Banking and International Finance.

 

Published in Refereed Journals

 

1.    Economou F., Hassapis, C. (2015). “Foreign direct investment inflows determinants in four South European economies”. Investment Management and Financial Innovations, Volume 12, Issue 3, 2015.

 

2.    Apergis, N., Christou, C., Hassapis, C. and Johnson, S. (2014) ‘New empirical evidence on international earnings to price ratio convergence in the European Union’, International Journal of Business and Finance Research.

 

3.     Apergis, N., Christou, C. and Hassapis, K. (2014) ‘Accounting standards convergence dynamics-International evidence from club convergence and clustering’, Accounting Research Journal 27, 226-248.

 

4.     Kalantonis P., Goumas S., Hassapis C. (2014) “Pacioli's Innovation in Accounting: Business or Academic Affairs”, International Journal of Economics & Business Administration, Volume II, Issue 2, 2014.

 

5.     Apergis, N., Christou, C. and Hassapis, K. (2013) ‘Convergence in public expenditures across EU countries: Evidence from club convergence’, Economics and Finance Research 1, 45-59.

 

6.     Hassapis C. “Convergence and variability of money and capital markets in selected Eastern European Union countries”. In Society and Economics in Europe: Disparity versus Convergence? Springer, 2013.

 

7.     Hassapis C and Prodromides K. “Stock Market Performance and Economic Growth in Latin America”. In Policy Studies for the Greek and International Economy, 2012.

 

8.     Christou C, Hassapis, C., Kalyvitis S., Pittis, N. ,.  “Long-run PPP under the Presence of Near-to-unit Roots: The Case of the British Pound-US Dollar rate”. Review of International Economics, Volume 17, 144-155, 2009.

 

9.     Hassapis, C. “Financial Variables and Real Activity in Canada”. The Canadian Journal of Economics, vol. 36, pp. 417-38, May 2004.

 

10.     Haliassos, M. and Hassapis, C., “Equity Culture and Household Behavior”. Oxford Economic Papers, 54, pp. 719-45, 2002.

 

11.   Hassapis C., and Kalyvitis, S. “Investigating the Links between Growth and Stock Price Changes with Empirical Evidence from the G7 Economies” The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 42, 3, pp. 543-575, 2002.

 

12.  Hassapis C., and Kalyvitis, S. “On the Propagation of the Fluctuations of Stock Returns on Growth: is the Global Effect Important?”. Journal of Policy Modeling, 24, pp. 487-502, 2002.

  

13.   Haliassos, M. and Hassapis, C. “Non-Expected Utility, Savings and Portfolios”. The Economic Journal, 111, pp. 69-102, 2001.

 

14.   Haliassos, M. and Hassapis, C. “Borrowing Constraints, Portfolio Choice and Precautionary Motives. In Kontogiorghes, E., B. Rustem and S. Siokos (Eds.), Computational Methods in Decision-Making, Economics and Finance, Applied Optimization Series, Kluwer Publishers, pp. 151-181, 2001.

    

15.   Hassapis, C., Pittis, N., and Prodromides, K. “Unit Roots and Granger     Causality in the EMS Interest Rates. The German Dominance Hypothesis Revisited.” Journal of International Money and Finance, 18(1), pp. 47-73, 1999.

 

16.   Hassapis, C., Kalyvitis, S., and Pittis, N. “Cointegration and Joint Efficiency of International Commodity Markets” The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, Vol 39, pp. 213-231, 1999.

 

17.   Hassapis, C., Pittis, N., and Prodromides, K. “EMS Interest Rates:  The German Dominance Hypothesis or Else?” in European Union at the Crossroads: A Critical Analysis of Monetary Union and Enlargement, Aldershot, UK., Chapter 3, pp. 32-54, 1998. Edward Elgar Publishing Limited.

 

18.   Caporale, W., Hassapis C. and Pittis, N. “Unit Roots and Long Run   Causality: Investigating the Relationship between Output, Money and Interest Rates”. Economic Modeling, 15(1), pp. 91-112, Jan 1998.

 

19.   Caporale, W., Hassapis C. and Pittis, N. “Conditional Leptokyrtosis and Non-Linear Dependence in Exchange Rate Returns.” Journal of Policy Modeling, Vol. 20, No. 5, pp.581-601, 1998.

 

20.   Hassapis, C. “Are Bureaucrats Efficient? An Application to the Provision of AFDC.” Public Choice, 86, pp. 1-18 1996.

 

21.   Hassapis, C. “Exchange Risk in the EMS: Some Evidence based on a GARCH Model.” Bulletin of Economic Research, Vol. 47, No 4, pp285-303, October, 1995.

 

22.   Caporale, W., Hassapis, C., και Pittis, N. “Excess Returns in the EMS: Do Weak Currencies Still Exist after the Widening of the Fluctuation Bands?” Weltwirtschafliches Archiv, Band 131, pp. 326-38, 1995.

 

23.   Hassapis, C. “The Theory of Bureaucracy as it Applies to the Provision of  a Public Service.” Cyprus Journal of Economics (now Economia), pp. 35-47, June 1991.

Profile Information

Christis Hassapis has a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from The George Washington University and a Master’s and a Phd in Economics from Boston College, USA.

 

He has served, among others, as:

 

Vice Dean, Graduate School, University of Cyprus (2015- )

Group Chairman, Bank of Cyprus Group (2013-14)

Board Member, University of Cyprus Council (2004-07, 2007-10)

Chairman, University of Cyprus Radio Station (UCY-Voice) (2008-10)

Vice Dean, School of Economics and Business Administration (2004-07)

Board Member, Diogenis Business Incubator Board (2002-2007)

Board Member, University of Cyprus Senate (2001-02)

 

His research interest are in Macroeconomics, Banking and International Finance.

 

Published in Refereed Journals

 

1.    Economou F., Hassapis, C. (2015). “Foreign direct investment inflows determinants in four South European economies”. Investment Management and Financial Innovations, Volume 12, Issue 3, 2015.

 

2.    Apergis, N., Christou, C., Hassapis, C. and Johnson, S. (2014) ‘New empirical evidence on international earnings to price ratio convergence in the European Union’, International Journal of Business and Finance Research.

 

3.     Apergis, N., Christou, C. and Hassapis, K. (2014) ‘Accounting standards convergence dynamics-International evidence from club convergence and clustering’, Accounting Research Journal 27, 226-248.

 

4.     Kalantonis P., Goumas S., Hassapis C. (2014) “Pacioli's Innovation in Accounting: Business or Academic Affairs”, International Journal of Economics & Business Administration, Volume II, Issue 2, 2014.

 

5.     Apergis, N., Christou, C. and Hassapis, K. (2013) ‘Convergence in public expenditures across EU countries: Evidence from club convergence’, Economics and Finance Research 1, 45-59.

 

6.     Hassapis C. “Convergence and variability of money and capital markets in selected Eastern European Union countries”. In Society and Economics in Europe: Disparity versus Convergence? Springer, 2013.

 

7.     Hassapis C and Prodromides K. “Stock Market Performance and Economic Growth in Latin America”. In Policy Studies for the Greek and International Economy, 2012.

 

8.     Christou C, Hassapis, C., Kalyvitis S., Pittis, N. ,.  “Long-run PPP under the Presence of Near-to-unit Roots: The Case of the British Pound-US Dollar rate”. Review of International Economics, Volume 17, 144-155, 2009.

 

9.     Hassapis, C. “Financial Variables and Real Activity in Canada”. The Canadian Journal of Economics, vol. 36, pp. 417-38, May 2004.

 

10.     Haliassos, M. and Hassapis, C., “Equity Culture and Household Behavior”. Oxford Economic Papers, 54, pp. 719-45, 2002.

 

11.   Hassapis C., and Kalyvitis, S. “Investigating the Links between Growth and Stock Price Changes with Empirical Evidence from the G7 Economies” The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 42, 3, pp. 543-575, 2002.

 

12.  Hassapis C., and Kalyvitis, S. “On the Propagation of the Fluctuations of Stock Returns on Growth: is the Global Effect Important?”. Journal of Policy Modeling, 24, pp. 487-502, 2002.

  

13.   Haliassos, M. and Hassapis, C. “Non-Expected Utility, Savings and Portfolios”. The Economic Journal, 111, pp. 69-102, 2001.

 

14.   Haliassos, M. and Hassapis, C. “Borrowing Constraints, Portfolio Choice and Precautionary Motives. In Kontogiorghes, E., B. Rustem and S. Siokos (Eds.), Computational Methods in Decision-Making, Economics and Finance, Applied Optimization Series, Kluwer Publishers, pp. 151-181, 2001.

    

15.   Hassapis, C., Pittis, N., and Prodromides, K. “Unit Roots and Granger     Causality in the EMS Interest Rates. The German Dominance Hypothesis Revisited.” Journal of International Money and Finance, 18(1), pp. 47-73, 1999.

 

16.   Hassapis, C., Kalyvitis, S., and Pittis, N. “Cointegration and Joint Efficiency of International Commodity Markets” The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, Vol 39, pp. 213-231, 1999.

 

17.   Hassapis, C., Pittis, N., and Prodromides, K. “EMS Interest Rates:  The German Dominance Hypothesis or Else?” in European Union at the Crossroads: A Critical Analysis of Monetary Union and Enlargement, Aldershot, UK., Chapter 3, pp. 32-54, 1998. Edward Elgar Publishing Limited.

 

18.   Caporale, W., Hassapis C. and Pittis, N. “Unit Roots and Long Run   Causality: Investigating the Relationship between Output, Money and Interest Rates”. Economic Modeling, 15(1), pp. 91-112, Jan 1998.

 

19.   Caporale, W., Hassapis C. and Pittis, N. “Conditional Leptokyrtosis and Non-Linear Dependence in Exchange Rate Returns.” Journal of Policy Modeling, Vol. 20, No. 5, pp.581-601, 1998.

 

20.   Hassapis, C. “Are Bureaucrats Efficient? An Application to the Provision of AFDC.” Public Choice, 86, pp. 1-18 1996.

 

21.   Hassapis, C. “Exchange Risk in the EMS: Some Evidence based on a GARCH Model.” Bulletin of Economic Research, Vol. 47, No 4, pp285-303, October, 1995.

 

22.   Caporale, W., Hassapis, C., και Pittis, N. “Excess Returns in the EMS: Do Weak Currencies Still Exist after the Widening of the Fluctuation Bands?” Weltwirtschafliches Archiv, Band 131, pp. 326-38, 1995.

 

23.   Hassapis, C. “The Theory of Bureaucracy as it Applies to the Provision of  a Public Service.” Cyprus Journal of Economics (now Economia), pp. 35-47, June 1991.