Ms. Paraskevi Salamaliki, PhD Student
First name: Paraskevi (Evi), Surname: Salamaliki
Tel: +30 2610 969971
Office: Postgraduate Students Building Block, Dep. of Economic Sciences
Office hours Sep 2012 - Jan 2013: Monday 10:00 - 12:00
- B.A in Economics, University of Patras, Dep. of Economic Sciences, 2006
- M.Sc in Economics, University of Patras, Dep. of Economic Sciences, 2008
- PhD in Economics, University of Patras, Dep. of Economic Sciences, Feb 2009 -
- Supervisor: Assistant Prof. Ioannis A. Venetis
- Topic: " Essays on causality in macroeconometrics "
Teaching assistant (class teaching):
Econometrics (undergraduate): 2009-10 , 2010-11 , 2011-12, 2012-13 (winter term)
Mathematics for Economists I (undergraduate): 2011-12, 2012-13 (winter term)
Mathematics for Economists II (undergraduate): 2011-2012 (spring term)
Time series econometrics with emphasis to applied macroeconometrics. In particular, I am interested in:
- (non)causality in vector autoregressive (VAR) models
- nonlinear trends in macroeconomic time series (smooth transition models)
- structural breaks in deterministic trends
- changes in persistence
Labor Economics on the macroeconomic level (labor force participation rate, unemployment rate, non participation) constitute a major field of my applied research area.
- Venetis I.A & Salamaliki P.K (2012) Trend breaks in the Greek labor market and unemployment rate trend acceleration, Working paper
- P.K. Salamaliki & I.A. Venetis, (2011). Energy Consumption and real GDP in G-7 : multi-horizon causality testing in the presence of capital stock" , Working paper. An earlier version of the paper was presented at Augustin Cournot Doctoral Days conference, 8th Edition, University of Strasburg, April 2011.
- Salamaliki P.K & Venetis I.A (2013) Smooth transition trends and labor force participation rates in the United States. Empirical Economics, doi: 10.1007/s00181-013-0690-9
- Salamaliki P.K & Venetis I.A & Giannakopoulos N (2013) The causal relationship between female labor supply and fertility in the USA: updated evidence via a time series multi-horizon approach. Journal of Population Economics, Volume 26(1), 109-145, doi: 10.1007/s00148-012-0418-8