Andreas's research is in the area of applied microeconomics and include topics in labour and personnel economics and in managerial and business economics. Andreas's work has been published in top-tier journals such as the British Journal of Industrial Relations, the Social Science and Medicine, the Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, the Journal of Population Economics, and the Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organisation. Andreas’s research has informed the decisions of government policy-making bodies, such as the UK Low-Pay Commission making recommendations for the level of the National Minimum Wage and has been featured in the mainstream media, such as the Economist, the BBC, and the Guardian. His research has been funded by leading funding bodies, such as the ESRC, US National Institutes of Health, the OECD, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Grand Challenges Canada, and the Skoll Foundation. Andreas has also served as a referee of reseach grant applications and a member of panels evaluating and awarding reseach grants across European Countries and is an active reviewer for a wide range of journals in Economics, Human Resource Management and Employment Relations, Development Studies, and Social Epidemiology and Public Health.
human capital development, wage determination, firm performance, immigration and ethnic diversity
I am interested in supervising students working in the following areas:-
- pay determination, pay and employees' performance
- skills and human capital development
- firm performance
- ethnic diversity, immigrants' integration in the workplace