Prise de risques et intégration des marchés financiers, problèmes d’inégalité dans l’économie
Vasia Panousi earned her Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2008. From 2008 to 2016, she worked at the Federal Reserve Board in Washington. First as an economist, then as a senior economist, then as a senior economist. She joined the Department of Economics at Université de Montréal in 2016. She is a specialist in macroeconomics and deals with issues related to financial risk-taking and the integration of financial markets as well as problems of inequality in the economy and the optimal design of public policies in social insurance. Vasia Panousi has published in the best journals in economics, including the Journal of Finance, the Journal of Economic Theory and the Journal of Monetary Economics.
- 2008 — Ph.D. — Économie — Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- 2002 — M.Sc. — Économie — Athens University of Economics and Business
- 2001 — B.Sc. — Économie — Athens University of Economics and Business
Affiliations and responsabilities
Teaching and supervision
Courses taught (current session only)
Brevets, innovation et politiques gouvernementales au Canada
Canada Research Chair in The Macroeconomics of Risk and Entrepreneurship
Le laboratoire sur la Politique Macroéconomique
CENTRE INTERUNIVERSITAIRE DE RECHERCHE EN ECONOMIE QUANTITATIVE (CIREQ)
La violance sexuelle et a caractere sexiste (VSCS) a Madagascar
Publications and presentations
Angeletos, G.-M., Panousi, V., 2009. Revisiting the supply side effects of government spending. Journal of Monetary Economics 56, 137-153.
Angeletos, G.-M., Panousi, V., 2011. Financial integration, entrepreneurial risk, and global dynamics. Journal of Economic Theory 146, 863-896.
Panousi, V, Papanikolaou, D., 2012. Investment, idiosyncratic risk and ownership. Journal of Finance 67, 1113-1148.
Panousi, V., 2012. Capital taxation with entrepreneurial risk. Accepted with minor revisions Journal of Monetary Economics.
DeBacker, J., Heim, B., Panousi, V., Ramnath, S., Vidangos, I., 2012. Rising inequality: Transitory or persistent? New evidence from a panel of US tax returns. Brookings Papers of Economic Activity, Spring 2013.
- Political Science
Areas of expertise
- Big data