Department of Economics, Finance and Global Business

Dr. Alexandros Panayides

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Office:   V3022
Phone:   973-720-2962
Email:   PanayidesA@wpunj.edu
Office Hours:   By appointment

Department: Economics, Finance and GlobalBus
Position: Chair/Professor
Area Specialization: How improvements in telecommunications technology affect urban concentration and the growth of cities; how globalization affects the determination of wages and employment; mathematical models with applications to economics.

Professional Degrees:

Ph.D. in Economics, SUNY Binghamton, 2000
MA in Economics, SUNY Buffalo, 1996
MS in Mathematics, University of Frankfurt, Germany, 1993

Previous Appointments:

  • Visiting Assistant Professor, Monmouth University , 2000-2001
    Instructor, SUNY Binghamton, 1996-2000
    Lecturer, Ithaca College, 1998-2000
    Lecturer, SUNY Cortland, 1999

Primary Research Interests:

  • My primary research interests relate to how improvements in telecommunications technology affect urban concentration and the growth of cities. I am also interested how globalization affects the determination of wages and employment. In addition I am interested in developing mathematical models with applications to economics.

Representative Publications:

  • Andreopoulos, Campanelli Giuliana, and Alexandros Panayides. 2009. Teaching Economics to the Best Undergraduates: What are the Problems? Proceedings of the College Teaching & Learning Conference.
  • Andreopoulos, Campanelli Giuliana, Eliana Antoniou, Alexandros Panayides, and Evros Vassiliou. 2008. The Impact of Employment and Physical Activity on Academic Performance. Proceedings of the College Teaching & Learning Conference.
  • Andrejevic, Uros, Giuliana Campanelli Andreopoulos, and Alexandros Panayides. 2008. Tariffs in Apparel and Footwear: A Gender Approach. 2008. Proceedings of the Applied Business Research Conference.
  • Andreopoulos, Campanelli Giuliana, and Alexandros Panayides. 2008. Multinational Corporations. In Encyclopedia for Social Problems, ed. Vincent N.Parrillo, Sage Publication, 600-602
  • Andreopoulos, Campanelli Giuliana, George Andreopoulos, and Alexandros Panayides. 2008. On the Responsibility of MNCs: Some Reflections. Proceedings of the Applied Business Research Conference.
  • Andreopoulos, Campanelli Giuliana, and Alexandros Panayides. 2008. Teaching Economics to Undergraduates: What are the Problems? International Journal of Education Research 3 (1):118-123
  • Andrejevic, Uros, Giuliana Campanelli Andreopoulos, and Alexandros Panayides. 2008. The Double Discrimination of the US Tariff System. Review of Business Research 8 (4): 127-133
  • Andrejevic, Uros, Giuliana Campanelli Andreopoulos, and Alexandros Panayides. 2008. Tariffs in Apparel and Footwear: A Gender Approach. 2008. Journal of Diversity Management 3 (3): 1-6
  • Andreopoulos, Campanelli Giuliana, George Andreopoulos, and Alexandros Panayides. 2008. On the Responsibility of MNCs: Some Reflections. International Business & Economics Research Journal 7 (6): 61-65
  • Antoniou, Eliana, Alexandros Panayides, and Evros Vassiliou. 2008. Cost of Biological Sciences Research: An Empirical Investigation. International Journal of Business and Public Administration 5 (1): 141-147
  • Andreopoulos, Campanelli Giuliana, and Alexandros Panayides. 2007. What is Wrong with Introductory Economics? Proceedings of The International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference.
  • Andreopoulos, Campanelli Giuliana, George Andreopoulos, and Alexandros Panayides. 2006. Absorption Policies for South-South Migration. Journal of Business and Economics Research 4 (11):79-84
  • Andrejevic, Uros, Giuliana Campanelli Andreopoulos, and Alexandros Panayides. 2006. Tariffs on Necessities: Which Consumer Pays the Highest Bill? Journal of Academy of Business and Economics 6 (2): 37-42
  • Andreopoulos, Campanelli Giuliana, George Andreopoulos, Eliana Antoniou, and Alexandros Panayides. 2006. Economic Development and South-South Migration: A Two Stage Approach. Journal of International Business and Economics 5 (1): 130-135
  • Boronico, Jess, Lori Goldstein, and Alexandros Panayides. 2006. A Mathematical Optimization Model to Support Decision Making for Fast Food Enterprises. Journal of Applied Business Research 22 (1): 121-130
  • Andreopoulos, Campanelli Giuliana, George Andreopoulos, Eliana Antoniou, and Alexandros Panayides. 2005. Economic Development and South-South Migration: A Two Stage Approach. Proceedings of the International Business and Economics Research Conference.
  • Andreopoulos, Campanelli Giuliana, George Andreopoulos, and Alexandros Panayides. 2005. Absorption Policies for South-South Migration. Proceedings of the International Business and Economics Research Conference.
  • Andreopoulos, Campanelli Giuliana, and Alexandros Panayides. 2005. Outsourcing: Who Gains in the Short Run? Proceedings of the International Applied Business Research Conference.
  • Andreopoulos, Campanelli Giuliana, George Andreopoulos, Eliana Antoniou, and Alexandros Panayides. 2005. The Effects of South-South Migration on Economic Development and Its Security Implications. Proceedings of the International Applied Business Research Conference.
  • Andreopoulos, Campanelli Giuliana, George Andreopoulos, Eliana Antoniou, and Alexandros Panayides. 2005. The Effects of South-South Migration on Economic Development and Its Security Implications. International Business and Economics Research Journal 4 (7): 17-22
  • Andreopoulos, Campanelli Giuliana, and Alexandros Panayides. 2005. Outsourcing: Who Gains in the Short Run? International Business and Economics Research Journal4 (6): 1-6
  • Panayides, Alexandros, and Clifford Kern. 2005. Information Technology and the Future of Cities: An Alternative Analysis. Urban Studies 42 (1): 163-167
  • "Wages and Employment in Global Markets: Is the Stage of Development Important?", co-authored with Giuliana Campanelli Andreopoulos, 2004, in Jess Boro (Ed.) Studies in the Strategy and Tactics of Competitive Advantage.
  • "Information Technology and the Future of Cities: An Alternative Analysis", 2005, forthcoming, Urban Studies.
  • "The Macroeconomic Effects of 9/11", co-authored with Giuliana Campanelli Andreopoulos, 2004, forthcoming, Journal of Business & Economics Research.
  • "The Effects of Improvements in Information Technology on Growth of Cities: A Model with Multiple Activities", Vol. 2 (7), 2004, Journal of Business & Economics Research.
  • "Do Advances in Technology Affect City Size? A Theoretical Investigation", Vol. 10 (1), 2004, Journal of Business and Economic Studies.
  • "Is the Level of Development Significant for the Theory of Factor Price Equalization", co-authored with Giuliana Campanelli Andreopoulos, Vol. 3 (2), 2004, International Business and Economics Research Journal.

Current Courses Offered:

  • Econ415: Managerial Economics
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"The economic world is a misty region. The first explorers used unaided vision. Mathematics is the lantern by which what was before dimly visible now looms up in firm, bold outlines. The old phantasmagoria disappear. We see better. We also see further." Irvin Fisher (1892)