Michelacakis Nickolas

Michelacakis Nickolas

Professor, Department of Economics


Teaching Field

Mathematical Economics

Dr. N. Michelacakis is a Mathematics graduate of the University of Athens (B.Sc.) of Purdue University (M.Sc. in Algebraic Topology) and of University College London (Ph.D. in Algebraic Geometry).

Prior to his appointment at the Economics Department of the University of Pireaus, he has taught as a visiting member, amongst others, at the Fourier Institute in France, the Mathematics Research Institute in Hollande, the University of Crete, the University of Cyprus, the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.

Author of a number of research articles, he has received funding from the Onassis Foundation, the SERC UK, the University College London, the Mathematics Research Insitute of Holland and the European Union.

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  • Mathematics I
  • Mathematical Economics
  • Mathematics II
  • Dynamic Systems (Department of Informatics)

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    • Michelacakis, N.J.: A model of technology transfer under taxation. MPRA paper 58632 (2014)
    • Eleftheriou K., Michelacakis N.J.: Socially optimal Nash equilibrium locations and privatization in a model of spatial duopoly with price  discrimination. MPRA paper 66317 (2015).
    • Eleftheriou K., Michelacakis N.J.: A Unified Model of Spatial Price Discrimination. MPRA paper 66557 (2015).
    • Eleftheriou K., Michelacakis N.J.: Vertical Mergers and Downstream Spatial Competition with Different Product Varieties, Revised and Corrected. MPRA paper 68107 (2015).
    • Leventides J., Michelacakis N.J.: A comment on “Pareto improving taxes”. MPRA paper 69081 (2016).
    • Michelacakis N.J.: Strategic delegation effects on Cournot and Stackelberg competition. MPRA paper 71052 (2016).

Fall semester 2023-2024

  • Thursday, 10:00-12:00

Spring semester 2023-2024

Wednesday 12:00-14:00

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