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Spiros Bougheas

Professor of Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences



Spiros has been a member of staff at the University of Nottingham since 1999. He is an Associate Professor in Economics. His research interests include the application of contract theory to financial and labour markets and the implications of technological choice for economic development. His publications include papers in the Journal of International Economics, the Journal of Population Economics, the Canadian Journal of Economics and the Journal of Macroeconomics.

Member, Steering Committee and Management Committee - GECOMPLEXITY - COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) Action IS1104: The EU in the New Complex Geography of Economic Systems: Models, Tools and Policy, 2012-

CV available here in pdf format. Spiros' Facewall page.

Recent Publications

  • BLEANEY, M, BOUGHEAS, S and LI, Z, 2017. Do Psychological Fallacies Influence Trading in Financial Markets? Evidence from the Foreign Exchange Market Journal of Behavioral Finance. (In Press.)
  • BOUGHEAS, S and FALVEY, R, 2017. Entrepreneurial Migration in an Integrated World Scandinavian Journal of Economics. (In Press.)
  • BOUGHEAS, S and RIEZMAN, R, 2017. Product and labor market entry costs, underemployment and international trade. In: CHRISTENSEN, B and KOWALSZYK, C, eds., Globalization: Strategies and Effects Springer. 19-45
  • ARJOON, V, BOUGHEAS, S and MILNER, C, 2016. Lead-lag relationships in an embryonic stock market: Exploring the role of institutional ownership and liquidity Reserach in International Business and Finance. 38, 262-276

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