Research

Work in Progress

Regression with imputed dependent variables (with Thomas Crossley and Peter Levell)

Controlling for asynchronous fieldwork in cross-national surveys

A specification test for a single-index binary outcome model in semiparametric estimation

Do Interviewers’ attitudes towards sharing personal information affect the consent rate they achieve? (with Tarek Al Baghal and Jonathan Burton)

Did ‘progressive’ and ‘traditional’ teaching styles make a difference to the primary school children of the 1970s?

Publications - refereed

Knowledge is power: Public attitudes and the stalling of pension reform in Greece. Journal of Population Ageing, 6(4): 247-267, 2013, with Platon Tinios


In Greek - refereed

Η ασφαλιστική μεταρρύθμιση και η ιδιωτική ασφάλιση στις απόψεις της κοινής γνώμης [Pension reform and private insurance in views of the public opinion: A multivariate analysis.] Journal of the Hellenic Social Policy Association: Social Policy, 2013, with Platon Tinios

Από τι εξαρτάται η στάση απέναντι στην ασφαλιστική μεταρρύθμιση? [What determines attitudes to pension reform? Analysis of an opinion survey.] Proceedings of 2nd Greek Conference in Applied Economics, Volos, pp. 277-289, 2013, with Platon Tinios.

Σύγκριση υποκειμενικών απαντήσεων σε έρευνες κοινής γνώμης και τρόποι αντιμετώπισης. [Comparison of subjective responses in surveys and ways to deal with them.] Proceedings of 24th Panhellenic Statistics Conference, Patra, pp.295-302, 2011.

Book Chapters

Πώς διαβάζει η κοινή γνώμη το ασφαλιστικό. [How does public opinion read the pension problem?] in Tinios, P. 'The pension problem: A way to decipher'. Athens:Kritiki Publishers, pp. 471-500, 2010.