Dr Petros Golitsis
Assistant Professor in Economics, Business and Economics Department; CITY College, University of York Europe Campus
Associate-Researcher, South-East European Research Centre
• PhD in Economics, Department of Economics, University of Sheffield, UK
(Academic year: 2022-2023, Spring Semester)
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Dr. Golitsis (b. 1978 in Thessaloniki, Greece) is an Assistant Professor in Economics at the CITY College, University of York Europe Campus, a South-East European Research Centre Research Associate (participating at BORDEUR-Jean Monnet Network/MORE, projects co-funded by European Commission), and a Fellow of Higher Education Academy. He has participated as a presenter and as a discussant on international conferences including the Applied Macro & Empirical Finance Conference (2016), the International Association for Applied Econometrics (2015), the 10th International Conference International Business (2019), etc. He serves as an ad hoc reviewer for multiple journals, including the Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, Financial Innovation, and the Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies. He is also an Honorary Lecturer at the Management School of the University of Sheffield, and an Associate Member of the Centre for Applied Finance and Economics at the Birmingham City University.
He delivers economic and monetary-financial related modules both at undergraduate and postgraduate level (MSc) in Thessaloniki (Greece) and in Sofia (Bulgaria; in collaboration with NBU), and at a postgraduate level (executive MBA) in various locations including Baku, Belgrade, Bucharest, Kyiv, Tbilisi, Thessaloniki and Yerevan (on a dual degree programme delivered by the University of York and the University of Strasbourg). Prior to that, he has delivered modules in Sofia (in collaboration with VUZF), in Tirana (in collaboration with the American University of Tirana), at the London School of Economics, University of London, external program, at the University of Central Lancashire, and at the University of Sheffield.
Research Methods for Finance (MSc in Finance and Risk Management)
Econometrics for Finance (MSc in Finance and Risk Management)
Applied Risk Management (MBA)
Business Economics (MBA)
Introduction to Econometrics (BA in Business Studies)
Business Statistics (BA in Business Studies)
Quantitative Methods for Business and Finance (BA in Business Studies)
Monetary policy and monetary policy transmission channels; Exchange rates and exchange rate regimes; Optimum Currency Areas; Economic Growth; Non-performing Loans and Foreign Inflows.
(2022). Determinants of non-performing loans in North Macedonia, Cogent Business & Management, 9:1, doi: 10.1080/23311975.2022.2140488
Golitsis, P., Gkasis, P., & Bellos, S. K. (2022). Dynamic spillovers and linkages between gold, crude oil, S&P 500, and other economic and financial variables. Evidence from the USA. The North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 63, 101785. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.najef.2022.101785
Mitsas, S., Golitsis, P., & Khudoykulov, K. (2022). Investigating the impact of geopolitical risks on the commodity futures, Cogent Economics & Finance, 10(1), doi: 10.1080/23322039.2022.2049477
Golitsis, P., & Prodromidou, A. (2022). ‘Mapping migration and integration tendencies in Greece and their impact on bordering practices’, in Nikodinovska Krstevska, Ana and Kosevaliska, Olga, eds. (2022) Deconstructing realities and framing policies in the New European Borderlands. University Goce Delcev - Stip, Stip, pp. 23-42.[ISBN 978 - 608 - 244 - 978 – 4].
Prodromidou, A., & Golitsis, P. (2022). United in bordering, divided in solidarity:(re) bordering practices in and à la carte/flexible solidarity towards Greece in the post-2014 migration management. bordEUr, 56.
Demiralay, S., & Golitsis, P. (2021). On the dynamic equicorrelations in cryptocurrency market, The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance. 80, pp. 524-533. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.qref.2021.04.002
Golitsis, P., Bellos, S., Fassas, A.P., & Demiralay, S. (2021). The Spillover Effect of Euribor on Southeastern European Economies: A Global VAR Approach. Journal of East-West Business, 27(1), pp. 57-91. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1080/10669868.2020.1826383
Golitsis, P., Bellos, S., & Alexandridis, A. (2021). Is EMU good for the Southeastern European Economies? A G-VAR model. International Conference on International Business (ICIB)/ICIB 2019/20, Thessaloniki, Greece, 23rd to 26th May 2019, Bitzenis, A., Kontakos, P. (Eds), pp. 62-84.
Golitsis, P., Bellos, S., & Alexandridis, A. (2020). The EMU REER spillovers on Southeastern European Economies. A G-VAR model, Applied Economics Quarterly. 66(4), pp. 259-290. Available at: https://doi.org/10.3790/aeq.66.4.259
Golitsis, P., Fassas, A.P., & Lyutakova, A. (2019). Credit Risk Determinants: Evidence from the Bulgarian Banking System. Bulletin of Applied Economics, 6(1). pp. 41-64. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3518366
Golitsis, P., Avdiu, K., & Szamosi, L.T. (2018). Remittances and FDI Effects on Economic Growth: A VECM and GIRFs for the case of Albania. Journal of East-West Business, 24(3), pp. 188-211. [Online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/10669868.2018.1435432
Gkolitsis, P. (2018). Interactions of Monetary Policies in South East Europe Countries in a European Monetary Union Context. A G-VAR Model. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK. [Online]. Available from White Rose: http://etheses.whiterose.ac.uk/21736
Golitsis, P. (2017). ‘Interactions of Monetary Policies in SEEC in an EMU Context. A G-VAR Model: Focusing on the Bulgarian case’, in K. Dimopoulos, P. Gkasis, E. Kalyva, T. Lagkas, Z. Tatsioka (ed.) Proceedings of the 11th Annual South-East European Doctoral Student Conference Infusing Research and Knowledge in South-East Europe, Thessaloniki: SEERC Books, pp. 13-63 [ISBN 978-960-9416-18-4].
Golitsis, P. (2015).‘Interactions of Monetary Policies in SEEC in an EMU context. A Global-VAR model. An overview’, in M. Ntika, E. Kalyva, A. Karamanos, T. Lagkas, P. Patsala, A. Prodromidou, Z. Tatsioka (ed.) Proceedings of the 10th Annual South-East European Doctoral Student Conference. Infusing Research and Knowledge in South-East Europe, Thessaloniki: SEERC Books, pp. 263-288 [ISBN 978-960-9416-08-5].