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Dr Almarina Gramozi

Lecturer in Economics


Almarina Gramozi is a Lecturer in Economics (AEP) at the Department of Political Economy and a Quantitative Political Economy Group member at King's College London. Prior to moving to King’s, she was a researcher and teaching associate at the University of Cyprus, the University of Ioannina and the Agricultural University of Athens. Almarina holds a PhD (2020) in Economics from the University of Cyprus.

Research interests

Almarina’s research covers a wide range in the field of Macroeconomics. Her interests lie in the intersection of labor economics and economic growth, focusing on Search and Matching models and quantitative methods (micro and macro level). She is mainly interested in exploring talent misallocation in the labor market related to gender and race and the macroeconomic impact. Her research agenda also includes an interest in exploring the link between individuals’ financial expectations and macroeconomic policy changes such as taxation and allowances.

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  • MSc Economics and Policy Dissertation (PG)
  • Principles of Economics (UG)
  • Game Theory and Strategic Decision-Making (UG)

PhD supervision

I welcome enquiries based on my research interests.

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