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Dr Georgia Makridou (Georgia) is the Academic Director of the MSc in Energy Management (MEM) at ESCP Business School where she holds the position of Assistant Professor in Energy Management. She is also the Assistant Director of the Energy Management Centre.

Georgia holds a PhD in Energy Economics (Technical University of Crete, Greece) and an MSc in Business Administration (2011) from the School of Production Engineering and Management. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in Electronic and Computer Engineering (2009) from the School of Electronic and Computer Engineering of the Technical University of Crete.

She has been teaching graduate courses in Energy Policy and Sustainability at ESCP Business School since 2013. Prior to joining ESCP Europe, she was a visiting lecturer at Technical University of Crete in Greece. 

Her principal research interests lie in the field of Energy Economics including issues related to sustainability, energy efficiency, energy derivatives, environmental and energy policy. Her work has been published in international commodity and energy-related Journals (Energy Journal, Energy Policy, European Journal of Operational Research, Journal of Cleaner Production), and has been presented in recognized conferences worldwide.

Georgia acts as a reviewer for a number of academic journals and has organised numerous international conferences. She is a member of various professional and academic associations such as the International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE), Financial Engineering and Banking Society (F.E.B.S.) and the Technical Chamber of Greece. She is also the current treasurer of the Hellenic Association for Energy Economics (a think-tank focusing on issues related to energy, the environment and the economy).  

 

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Academic Articles

2020

MATSUMOTO, K., G. MAKRIDOU, M. DOUMPOS

Evaluating environmental performance using data envelopment analysis: The case of European countries

JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION, Vol.272

Academic Articles

2019

MAKRIDOU, G., M.DOUMPOS, E.GALARIOTIS

The financial performance of firms participating in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme

ENERGY POLICY

Academic Articles

2019

IOANNIDIS, F., K.KOSMIDOU, G.MAKRIDOU, K.ANDRIOSOPOULOS

Market design of an energy exchange: The case of Greece

ENERGY POLICY, 133

Academic Articles

2017

DOUMPOS, M., K.ANDRIOSOPOULOS, E.GALARIOTIS, G.MAKRIDOU, C.ZOPOUNIDIS

Corporate failure prediction in the European energy sector: A multicriteria approach and the effect of country characteristics

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF OPERATIONAL RESEARCH, 262 (1), 347-360

Academic Articles

2016

MAKRIDOU, G., K.ANDRIOSOPOULOS, M.DOUMPOS, C.ZOPOUNIDIS

Measuring the efficiency of energy-intensive industries across EU countries

ENERGY POLICY, 88, 573-583

Conference Presentations

2016

MAKRIDOU, G., K.ANDRIOSOPOULOS, M.DOUMPOS, C.ZOPOUNIDIS

Measuring the efficiency of energy-intensive industries across 23 European countries

Associazione Italianna Economisti Dell'Energia

Academic Articles

2015

MAKRIDOU, G., K.ANDRIOSOPOULOS, M.DOUMPOS, C.ZOPOUNIDIS

A Two-stage approach for energy efficiency analysis in European Union countries

ENERGY JOURNAL (THE), Vol. 36, Issue 2, 23

Conference Proceedings

2015

MAKRIDOU, G., K.ANDRIOSOPOULOS, C.ZOPOUNIDIS

Measuring the Efficiency of Energy-Intensive Industries across European Countries

Financial Engineering and Banking Society (FEBS)

Conference Proceedings

2015

MAKRIDOU, G., M.DOUMPOS, C.ZOPOUNIDIS, K.ANDRIOSOPOULOS

Energy and other Commodities

Financial Engineering and Banking Society (FEBS)

Academic Articles

2013

MAKRIDOU, G., G.ATSALAKIS, C.ZOPOUNIDIS, K.ANDRIOSOPOULOS

Gold price forecasting with a neuro-fuzzy-based inference system

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FINANCIAL ENGINEERING AND RISK MANAGEMENT, Vol. 1, Issue 1, pp. 35-54 19 p.