Dr. Dimitrios Reppas
I am an economist with a Ph.D. (2012) in Agricultural and Resource Economics from the University of Maryland (USA). My main research and teaching interests are in Environmental Economics, Natural Resource Economics, and Microeconomic Analysis (particularly Game Theory, Contract Theory, Risk and Uncertainty). Prior joining the Khalifa University of Science and Technology (in 2016), I had been appointed a fixed-term teaching-focused Lecturer position, in the Department of Economics, at the University of Manchester (UK), for three years (2011-2014).
- Ph.D. in Agricultural and Resource Economics (2012) from the University of Maryland (USA)
- M.Sc. from the University of Maryland (USA)
- M.Sc. from the Department of Economics, University College London (UK).
- H&SS350 “Economics”
- H&SS251 “Principles of Economics”
- H&SS293 “Environmental Economics”
Other teaching interests:
- Natural Resource Economics
- Game Theory and Business Strategies
- Managerial Economics
My research has been primarily mathematical, aimed at integrating theories and methods from economics with natural resource management and environmental problems. Currently, I am working on the Economics of Climate Change; on Complementary Currencies (Cryptocurrencies); and on the empirical estimation of an interdisciplinary project assessing the genetics attitudes of the Emirati population.
- Dimitrios Reppas (2018), “Modeling Fisheries Agreements with Side Payments: The Case of Western Atlantic Bluefin Tuna”, Strategic Behavior and the Environment, Vol. 7: No. 3–4, pp 397-441.
- Koundouri, Phoebe, Dimitrios Reppas and Ioannis Souliotis (2015), “A Retrospective on the Allocation of Energy Resources by William D. Nordhaus”, Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research, Vol. 7: No. 2-3, pp 173-176.
- Koundouri, Phoebe, Dimitrios Reppas and Vassilis Skianis (2015), “Socio-Economics and Water Management: Revisiting the Contribution of Economics in the Implementation of the Water Framework Directive in Greece”, in The Handbook of Environmental Chemistry, Vol. 59, N. Skoulikidis et al. (Eds.), Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.