Ioanna Reziti
Ioanna Reziti
Senior Research Fellow

Information

Agricultutal Economics
Agricultural and Food Products Market
Price transmission and asymmetric adjustment in the Greek milk market

Contact Info

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Amerikis 11, A 106 72
210-3676 428
210-3611136, 210-3630122

Curriculum Vitae

Academic Credentials

  • Ph.D. in Economics. University of Manchester, U.K. (1994).

  • M.A. in Econometrics. University of Manchester, U.K. (1990).

  • B.A. in Economics. University of Athens, Greece. (1987).

Honors and Awards

  • Fellowship by the University of Manchester (1992, 1993).

Professional Experience

  • Seconded National Expert (E.N.D.), European Commission (2000-2003).

  • Research Associate, Center of Planning and Economic Research (1995-now).

Publications & Research Output

Refereed Articles in Journals

  • Threshold cointegration in the Greek milk market, Anthony N. Rezitis and Ioanna Reziti, Journal of International Food & Agribusiness Marketing, (2011), Vol. 23, No. 3, p.p. 231-246.

  • Monetary and Banking policy transmission through interest rates: An empirical application to the USA, the U.K. and the European Eurozone (2010). International Review of Applied Economics Vol 24(2) :149-166. (σεσυνεργασίαμετουςΙ. ΠαναγόπουλοκαιΑ. Σπηλιώτη).

  • Asymmetric Price Transmission in the Greek Agri-Food Sector: Some tests.” (2008). Agribusiness,24(1), 16-30. (Co-authored with Y. Panagopoulos).

  • “The Relationship Between Macroeconomic Variables and Relative Price Variability in Greek Agriculture.” (2005). International Advances in Economic Research,11, 111-119.

  • “Testing Regularity Properties in Static and Dynamic Duality Models: The case of Greek Agriculture.” (1999). European Review of Agricultural Economics, 26(4), 461-477. (Co-authored with A. Ozanne).

  • “Measuring Factor Biased technological change in Greek Agriculture.” (1997). Business & Economics Society International, Vol. I, 359-370. (Co-authored with A. Rezitis).

  • “Adjustment Costs and Dynamic Factor Demand Models: A Presentation of Two Approaches Applied to the US Cigarette Manufacturing.” (1997). Non-Linear analysis Theory, Methods and Applications, 30(2),1063-1074. (Co-authored with A. Rezitis).

Contributions in Collective Volumes

  • The Economics of Lotteries and Gambling in Greece. [In Greek: Τα Οικονομικά των Τυχερών Παιχνιδιών στην Ελλάδα.] (2000). Author of the chapters entitled “Gambling in Greece” and Empirical investigation” (pp. 45-128 and 189-196, respectively). Studies Series, 47. The study was coordinated by Dr. E.Xydeas. Athens: KEPE.

Contributions in KEPE Collaborations regarding Development Plans and related projects

  • The Greek 2004 Competitiveness Report. [In Greek: Έκθεση Ανταγωνιστικότητας 2004.] (2005). Contributor treating the themes on Wages and Foreign Trade. The study was coordinated by Dr. S. Chandrinos. Athens: Greek Ministry of Development.

Discussion Papers

  • An investigation into the relationship between producer, wholesale and retail prices of Greek agricultural products. Discussion Paper Series #80. Athens: KEPE. (In collaboration with Y. Panagopoulos and A. Spiliotis. (Published in: International Advances in Economic Research, 11).

  • Monetary and Banking Policy Transmission through interest rates: An Empirical Application to the USA, Canada, U.K. and European Union. Discussion Paper Series #93. Athens: KEPE.

Papers Submitted for Publication

  • Price transmission in the Greek agro-food sector.

Research in Progress

  • Price transmission and asymmetric adjustmenti in the Greek milk sector.

Participation in Professional Meetings and Conferences

  • Asymmetric Price Transmission in the Greek Agri-Food Sector: Some tests. 9th Conference of agricultural economics (E.TA.GRO). Athens, Greece (2-4 November, 2006).

  • “An investigation into the relationship between producer, wholesale and retail prices of Greek agricultural products.” Conference of the Agricultural Economics Society. Nottingham, U.K. (4-6 April 2005).

  • “Macroeconomic Variables and Relative Variability Among Greek Agricultural Products.” Fifty-First International Atlantic Economic Conference, Athens, Greece (13-20 March 2001).

  • “Measuring Factor biased Technological change in Greek Agriculture.” Business & Economics Society International, Athens, Greece (18-22 July 1997).

  • “Adjustment Costs and Dynamic Factor Demand Models: A Presentation of Two Approaches Applied to the US Cigarette Manufacturing”. Second World Congress of Non-linear Analysis, Athens, Greece (10-17 July 1996).

Memberships

  • Agricultural Economic Society.