Dr. Petros Sekeris
Teaching department :
Sustainable development management: economy, human resources and diversity
Tel: +33 (0)4 67 10 25 64
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Dr. Petros Sekeris, Associate professor in Economics, joined Montpellier Business School in September 2016. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Namur (Belgium). Prior to joining the MBS, he was associate professor in Economics at the University of Portsmouth. He has a teaching experience in development economics, microeconomics, institutional economics, and international economics, amongst others. His research mostly employs game theoretical tools to analyze several different topics including development economics, institutional economics, conflicts, and industrial organization. His research is published in international journals such as RAND journal of economics, Journal of Public Economics, Public Choice, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, and Journal of Comparative Economics.
Selected Intellectual Contributions
Dickson A., MacKenzie I. & Sekeris P. 2019. The Role of Markets and Preferences on Resource Conflicts. Political Economy and Political Science Workshop on Conflict Dynamics, December 18-19, Brunel University, London, UK.
Dickson A., MacKenzie I. & Sekeris P.G. 2018. Rent-seeking incentives in share contests. Journal of Public Economics, 166: 53-62.
De Luca G., Sekeris P.G. & Spengler D. 2018. Can Violence Harm Cooperation? Experimental Evidence. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 90: 342-359.
Bove V., Platteau J-P. & Sekeris P.G. 2017. Political repression in autocratic regimes. Journal of Comparative Economics, 45(2): 410-428.
Sekeris P.G. 2014. The tragedy of the commons in a violent world. RAND Journal of Economics, 45(3): 521-532.
De Luca G., Litina A. & Sekeris P.G. 2015. Growth-friendly dictatorships. Journal of Comparative Economics, 43: 98-111.
2019-2020: Introductory Microeconomics (Montpellier Business School)
2019-2020: Introductory Mathematics (Montpellier Business School)
2019-2020: Business Economics (Montpellier Business School)
2017-19: Intermediate Macroeconomics (Montpellier Business School)
2017-19: International Trade (Montpellier Business School)
2016-17: Macroeconomics (Montpellier Business School)
Prior to joining Montpellier Business School: Microéconomie (U. de Namur), Gouvernance et Dévelopement (U. de Namur), Principes d'Economie (U. de Namur), International Economics (U. of Portsmouth), Development Economics (U. of Namur)