Dr Zacharias Maniadis
Associate Professor in Economics
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Dr Zacharias Maniadis is Associate Professor in Economics within Social Sciences: Economics at the University of Southampton.
Zacharias is an Associate Professor in Economics. He received his undergraduate degree and MA in Economics from the University of Athens. He then obtained MA and PhD in Economics from UCLA in 2008. Prior to coming to Southampton he was a Postdoctoral Scholar at the Department of Decision Sciences and a fellow at the Dondena Center, at Bocconi University, Milan. He has received the Robert Sollow Postdoctoral Fellowship from the Cournot Center of Economic Research and several scholarships from the Greek State Scholarship Foundation and other institutions.
His main research fields are Experimental Economics, Applied Game Theory and Political Economy. He is especially interested in understanding the institutional underpinnings of scientific knowledge production and differences across disciplines. Along with other colleagues in the Faculty of Social, Human and Mathematical Sciences he is developing a new initiative for the Meta-research and Evaluation of Scientific Scholarship and Institutions (MESSI) and in July 2015 co-organized the conference SCOCER 2015 to promote cooperation across disciplines in dealing with the credibility problem is science.
Zacharias’ work has been published in leading peer-reviewed journals such as the American Economic Review and American Economic Journal: Micro and has refereed papers for journals such as Econometrica, Games and Economic Behavior, Economic Journal and Journal of Public Economics.
For a full CV and publications list, please follow the link https://sites.google.com/site/zachariasmaniadiswebpage/