PhD, University of Crete; MSc, Athens University of Economics and Business; BSc, University of Crete
Microeconomics, macroeconomics, political economy, economics of strategy, organisational theory, theory of leadership, methodology of economics
Over the years, Dr Meramveliotakis has developed and taught a wide range of modules in the fields of economics, business and management, and has supervised numerous undergraduate and postgraduate students. His research activity contains publications in peer-reviewed journals and volumes, a considerable number of presentations in international conferences, reviews in journals, memberships of various academic scientific committees, reviews in international conferences and memberships of conference programme committees. His paper, “Homo Economicus and the Economics of Property Rights: History in Reverse Order” (2013), was recognised as a leading article in the Review of Radical Political Economics.
Dr Meramveliotakis has been teaching at the Technological Educational Institute of Crete since 2009 and is also a programme leader on the MBA course at the MBS College of Crete. He has been teaching at the University of Roehampton, London Online since 2014, where he is currently a project supervisor, responsible for monitoring and supervising dissertations.
“I am excited to be teaching with the University of Roehampton Online because it offers all the prerequisites to get the benefits and advantages of online teaching. To name but a few: to engage with an alternative mode of teaching, which allows experimentation with techniques only available in online environments (such as threaded discussions and webliographies) and [to] expand existing curriculum to students on a regional, national and international level. Last but not least, online teaching can offer teachers conveniences not available in traditional classroom settings, [such as] at-home office hours and flexible work schedules.”