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Email:  [email protected]
Room: SW911D


Michail has joined Aston Business School in 2010 and is currently a Senior Lecturer in Economics in the Economics, Finance and Entrepreneurship department,


After having served as Research Convener, Programme Director for the BSc Business and Mathematics and Programme Director for the BSc Mathematics with Economics Joint Honours degrees, he is currently the Director of Applied Research Methods. Michail was also a Fellow of the Lloyds Banking Group Centre for Business Prosperity and is currently leading the 'Data and Methods' theme of the Centre for Business Prosperity.


An economist and computer scientist by training his research has been predominantly in the areas of applied macroeconometrics and financial econometrics where he publishes in leading and high visibility international journals - although he also enjoys experimenting with more cross-disciplinary topics. His works on non-linear dynamic modelling are well-cited in the academic literature and his recent investigation on the impact of Brexit on the UK inward investment has attracted a lot of attention from the general public. 


Michail has led successfully the £187,243 Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with the leading Big Data provider, Majestic, the outcome of which, apart from several awards, was evaluated 'Outstanding' by Innovate UK. 


He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and is currently the module leader for BFM117 Trading Techniques and BS3328 Macroeconometrics.


Having led successfully several PhD students to completion, he welcomes potential PhD candidates who are interested in his areas of expertise but also from other areas as long as they can demonstrate willingness and capacity to learn and work with state of the art quantitative methods.

Research Interests

Econometric theory, stochastic, randomised, and deterministic unit roots, time-varying processes, financial econometrics, volatility dynamics, macroeconomic modelling and forecasting, non-parametric detection of structural changes, nonlinear time series models, density forecasting.


  • Ptychio in Computer Science, Hellenic Open University, Greece

  • Post Graduate Certificate in Professional Practice 

  • Ph.D. in Economics, University of Leicester, UK

  • MSc in Business Analysis & Finance, University of Leicester, UK

  • Ptychio in Economics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

Teaching Activity

  • BS1164: Introduction to Macroeconomics

  • BS1159: International Business Environment


  • Time series econometrics
  • Quantitative risk management


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