Dr Konstantinos Myrodias
Lecturer in International Political Economy
Dr Konstantinos Myrodias is a lecturer in international political economy at the Department of European and International Studies at King’s College London (KCL) and a visiting Research Fellow at the London School of Economics (LSE).
Before joining King's, Konstantinos was an ESRC Research Associate at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research in London and contributed to the work of the Productivity Commission in the UK.
Dr Myrodias was awarded his PhD in international political economy at the London School of Economics in 2021.
His current research is focused on international and comparative political economy, varieties of capitalism, and growth models. His research has been funded by the ESRC, the Hellenic Observatory at LSE, the Onassis Foundation, and the Karelias Foundation.
His monograph, The Eurozone from the Global Financial Crisis to Covid-19: the political economy of the growth models in Southern Europe will be published by Palgrave Macmillan, the International Political Economy Series in 2023.
Konstantinos’ research has attracted attention in the media in the UK including the Guardian and the Times, and in Southern Europe.
- The Political Economy of Financial Crises
- The Political Economy of Growth Models
- Varieties of Capitalism
- European Political Economy
- The Political Economy of the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) and Southern Europe
Dr Myrodias’ research interests currently focus on the political economy of the Eurozone crisis and Covid-19 pandemic and their impact on the growth models in European economies.
- 6AAOB304 Political Economy of Finance and Crises
- 7AAON244 Postcolonial Political Economy
Myrodias, K. (2023), The Eurozone from the Global Financial Crisis to Covid-19: the political economy of the growth models in Southern Europe, International Political Economy Series, New York: NY: Palgrave Macmillan (forthcoming).
Myrodias, K. (2022), ‘UK Industrial Policy in the era of Covid-19’, in Paul Mortimer-Lee and Adrian Pabst (eds.), Covid-19 and Productivity, NIESR Occasional Paper LXII, The National Institute of Economic and Social Research: London.