Dr Bournakis obtained a PhD in Economics from the University of Kent after completing an MA in Economics and Econometrics at the University of Manchester. His research interests lie within a broad area of Applied Economics, with particular reference to International Trade, Productivity Convergence and Industrial Organisation. He has also taught Maritime Economics in the MBA in Shipping and Logistics, he is currently the Programme Leader for the Distance Learning MBA in Middlesex University Business School
PhD in Economics (University of Kent)
MA in Econometrics (University of Manchester)
BA in Economics (University of Patras, Greece)
Publications in Refereed Journals
Bournakis, I., Tsoukis, C., (2016), Government Size, Institutions, and Export Performance among OECD Economies, Economic Modelling, 53, 37-47
Bournakis, I., (2014), Costs Knowledge and Market Structure: Understanding the Puzzle of International Competitiveness with Greek Export Data, International Review of Applied Economics, 28(2), 240-269
Bournakis, I., (2012), The Determinants of Exports in Greek Manufacturing, Global Business and Economic Review, 14(4), 362-380
Bournakis, I., (2012), Sources of TFP Growth in a Framework of Convergence: Evidence from Greece, International Review of Applied Economics, 26 (1), 47-72
Bournakis, I., Vecchi, M. (2010), Tangible and Intangible Capital and the Pattern of Specialisation in EU, Review of Economics and Institutions, Vol. 2 (1)
Bournakis, I. (2009),Does Greece Learn from Germany, Technological Catch-Up and the Channels of Productivity Growth in the Greek Manufacturing Sector, Journal of World Economic Review, 4(2), 119-137
Monographs and Chapters in Edited Volumes
Bournakis, I., (2013), Essay on Greece's Political History and Economy, The Europa Regional Surveys of The World, Routledge
Bournakis, I., (2011), "Productivity Performance, Determinants and Future Prospects", in Prouska, R., and Kapsali, M., (ed.) Business and Management Practices in Greece - A Comparative Context, Palgrave Macmillan, pp.26-48
Bournakis, I., (2009), "Competitiveness Trade and Productivity, with Special Reference to Greece", VDM Verlag Publishing House, Germany, pp.240
Bournakis, I., (2004), Trade Performance and the Growth of Productivity, in Stivachtis, Y., (ed.) Current Issues in European Integration, ATINER, pp.349-366
Bournakis, I., Tsoukis, C., (2013), Government Size, Institutions and Export Performance among OECD Economies, Mimeo
Bournakis, I., Mallick, S., Kernohan, D., Tsouknidis, D., (2013), Productivity Convergence, Trade Performance and Taxation: Evidence from UK Firm Level Data, Mimeo
Bournakis, I., Papanastasiou, M., Pitelis, C., (2013), Regional Convergence in the UK: The role of MNCs versus Domestic Firms, Mimeo
Bournakis, I., Vecchi, M., Venturini, F., (2012), Off-shoring and Specialisation: Are Industries Moving?.Mimeo.
Bournakis, I. (2012), Exports, Technology and Endowments: The Puzzle of Specialisation Revisited. Mimeo
Bournakis, Ioannis and Christopoulos, Dimitris and Mallick, Sushanta (2017) Knowledge spillovers and output per worker: an industry-level analysis for OECD countries. Economic Inquiry . ISSN 0095-2583 (Published online first)
Savic, Maja and Lawton-Smith, Helen and Bournakis, Ioannis (2014) The effect of external knowledge sources and their geography on innovation in Knowledge Intensive Business Services (KIBS) SMEs; some Implications for de-industrialized regions in the UK. Working Paper. CIMR: Centre for Innovation Management Research, Birkbeck University of London, London, UK.
Bournakis, Ioannis and Christopoulos, Dimitris and Mallick, Sushanta (2015) Knowledge spillovers, absorptive capacity and growth: an industry-level analysis for OECD countries. Working Paper. Research Centre International Economics (FIW), Vienna.