Dimitrios’ research interests lie in the fields of the economics of innovation and specifically on the economics of pharmaceutical markets and R&D, where he applies econometric methods to examine questions related to incentives for innovation. In addition, he is interested in topics at the intersection of health and applied economics.
Before joining OHE in 2020, Dimitrios worked as a Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Bordeaux and also at the Centre for Industrial Economics of MINES ParisTech, where he continues to be affiliated as a Research Associate. Moreover, he has worked as a teaching and research assistant at the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management and the London School of Economics (LSE), respectively.
Dimitrios holds a PhD in Economics from the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, where he examined the effect of pharmaceutical expenditures and public subsidies on different types and stages of innovation in pharmaceuticals. He also holds a MSc in International Health Policy from the London School of Economics (LSE), a MSc in Economics from Athens University of Economics and Business and a BSc in Statistics and Insurance Science from the University of Piraeus.