He holds a BA in Economics (1980) and a MA in Economic Statistics and Econometrics (1982) from the Athens University of Economics and Business and a PhD in Economics (1987) from the State University of New York at Buffalo. He has worked as Assistant Professor of Economics (1987-93) and Associate Professor of Economics (1993-95) at the University of Connecticut. From 1993-99 he is at the University of Cyprus as Associate Professor and from 1999-present is a Professor. He served as a Chairman at the Department of Economics from 1997-2002 and from 2006-2012, member of the University Senate from 1997-2002 and from 2007-2011. He is a Co-Editor of the Ekonomia and Member of the Editorial Council of the Review of Development Economics. He is a Research Associate of the Center of Economic Studies & Ifo Institute for Economic Research (CESifo), Germany. He is a member of the Council of Cyprus State Scholarship Foundation.
International Trade; Theory and Policy, Economics of Integration, International Factor Mobility, Migration, Optimal Commercial Policies, Trade and Factor Tax Policies with Public Goods Provision, Indirect Tax Reforms, Economics of Foreign Aid, and Trade and Environment.
1. Michael S. Michael and Panos Hatzipanayotou, “Pollution and Reforms of Domestic and Trade Taxes towards Uniformity” forthcoming, International Tax and Public Finance.
2. Hadjiyiannis Costas, Panos Hatzipanayotou and Michael S. Michael, (2013) “Competition for Environmental Aid and Aid Fungibility”, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 65, 1-11.
3. Djajic Slobodan, Michael S. Michael and Alexandra Vinogradova (2012), "Migration of skilled workers: Policy interaction between host and source countries," Journal of Public Economics 96, 1015-1024.
4. Hadjiyiannis Costas, Panos Hatzipanayotou and Michael S. Michael (2009), “Public Pollution Abatement, Regional Capital Mobility and Tax Competition,” Southern Economic Journal 75(3), 703-719.
5. Hatzipanayotou Panos, Sajal Lahiri and Michael S. Michael (2005), “Reforms of Environmental Policies in the Presence of Cross-border Pollution and Public-private Clean-up”, The Scandinavian Journal of Economics 107 (2) pp. 315-333.
6. Michael S. Michael (2003), “International Migration, Income Taxes and Transfers: a Welfare Analysis”, Journal of Development Economics Vol.72, pp 401-411.
7. Hatzipanayotou Panos, Sajal Lahiri and Michael S. Michael (2002), “Can Cross-Border Pollution Reduce Pollution?”, Canadian Journal of Economics, 35 (4), pp 805-818.
8. Michael S. Michael, Panos Hatzipanayotou and Stephen M. Miller (1993), "Integrated Reforms of Tariffs and Consumption Taxes", Journal of Public Economics, Vol.52, No.1, pp.417-428.
Personal Website: http://triton.ucy.ac.cy/ecmich/
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