Dr Andreas Georgiadis is a Senior Lecturer in Economics at Brunel Business School. Andreas obtained a Master’s degree in Economics from the London School of Economics and started a PhD in Economics at the University of Bristol which he completed while he was at the University of Cambridge, where he has also worked as a Research Associate at the Judge Business School. As well as the University of Cambridge, Andreas has previously held positions at the University of Oxford, the London School of Economics, and the University of Bristol. Andreas is currently an associate at Said Business School and the Department of International Development of the University of Oxford.
Newest selected publications
Georgiadis, A. and Penny, ME. (2017) 'Child undernutrition: opportunities beyond the first 1000 days'. The Lancet Public Health, 2 (9). pp. e399 - e399.Open Access Link
Georgiadis, A., Benny, L., Duc, LT., Galab, S., Reddy, P. and Woldehanna, T. (2017) 'Growth Recovery and Faltering through Early Adolescence in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Determinants and Implications for Cognitive Development'. Social Science and Medicine, 179 (2017). pp. 81 - 90. ISSN: 0277-9536 Open Access Link
Georgiadis, A., Benny, L., Crookston, B., Duc, LT., Hermida, P., Mani, S., (2016) 'Growth Trajectories from Conception to Middle Childhood and Cognitive Achievement at Age 8 Years: Evidence from Four Low- and Middle-Income Countries'. Social Science and Medicine-Population Health, 2 (2016). pp. 43 - 54.Open Access Linket al.
Georgiadis, A. and Pitelis, CN. (2016) 'The Impact of Employees' and Managers' Training on the Performance of Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises: Evidence from a Randomized Natural Experiment in the UK Service Sector'. BRITISH JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS, 54 (2). pp. 409 - 421. ISSN: 0007-1080 Open Access Link
Crookston, BT., Forste, R., McClellan, C., Georgiadis, A. and Heaton, TB. (2014) 'Factors associated with cognitive achievement in late childhood and adolescence: the Young Lives cohort study of children in Ethiopia, India, Peru, and Vietnam'. BMC Pediatrics, 14 (1).Open Access Link