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Dr. Panagiotis Avramidis

Associate Professor of Finance, Alba GBS, The American College of Greece; Research fellow of IHGP



The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
PhD, Statistics
2001 – 2004

The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
MSc, Statistics
1999 – 2000

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Ptychion, Mathematics
1995 – 1999

Panagiotis Avramidis is associate professor of finance and quantitative methods. He teaches quantitative methods, risk management and banking.

Currently, his research includes empirical studies in finance and management and particularly in the area of financial intermediation, risk and managerial decision-making. His research work has been published in academic journals, including Journal of Money Credit and Banking, Management Science, Harvard Business Review, Journal of Financial Intermediation, Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Financial Stability, and Journal of Marketing among others. In addition, he writes regularly in daily press.


Avramidis P., Serfes K., Wu K. & G. Pennacchi, The Role of Regulation and Competition in Credit Allocation: Evidence from Small Business Lending. Journal of Money Credit and Banking, forthcoming

Avramidis, P., Mylonopoulos, N., & Pennacchi, G. G. (2021). The Role of Marketplace Lending in Credit Markets: Evidence from Bank Mergers. Management Science

Avramidis P., Asimakopoulos I., Malliaropulos D. & Travlos N.G. (2021) Do banks appraise internal capital markets during credit shocks? Evidence from the Greek crisis Journal of Financial Intermediation 45, 100855.

Vlachos, P.A., Avramidis, P., Panagopoulos, N., (2020) “How to Optimize Your Company’s Approach to Data Privacy,” Harvard Business Review

N. Panagopoulos, R. Mullins & Avramidis, P., (2018) Sales Force Downsizing and Firm-Idiosyncratic Risk: The Contingent Role of Investors’ Screening and Firm’s Signaling Processes. Journal of Marketing Vol 82 (6), pp 71-88

Avramidis P. Cabolis C. & Serfes K., (2018) Bank size and market value: The role of direct monitoring and delegation costs. Journal of Banking and Finance Vol 93, pp 127-138