Panos Arion Hatziprokopiou
- 2004-2008. Research Fellow. Social Policy Research Centre, School of Health Social Sciences, Middlesex University.
- 2001-2002. Research assistant. Research project: Analysis of the Albanian Labour Market. RDPRU, Albanian Centre for Economic and Social Studies and PLANO consultants. RDPRU, Dept. of Economics, Univ. of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece.
- 2000. Research assistant. Research project: Statistical Data of Albanian Immigrants in Thessaloniki, INTEMIGRA: Migrant Communities of Thessaloniki: Structures, Problems Interventions, RDPRU, Dept. of Economics, University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece.
- 1998. Interviewer. Research Project: Population Movements from Albania and Bulgaria to Greece, Phare Ace Project No P-96-68082-R. Research Responsible: assoc. prof. K. Velentzas, Dept. of Economics, Univ. of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece.
- 1997-1998. Research and administrative assistant. Macedonian Institute of Employment (MAKINE), Thessaloniki, Greece.
Hatziprokopiou, P. (2006) Globalisation and contemporary immigration to Southern European cities: social exclusion and incorporation of immigrants in Thessaloniki, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Chapters in edited books
- Hatziprokopiou, P. (2009) Strangers as neighbours in the cosmopolis: new migrants in London, diversity and place. In Branding Cities: Cosmopolitanism, Parochialism and Social Change, edited by S. Hemelryk-Donald, E. Kofman and C. Kevin. New York: Routledge. pp. 14-27.
- Labrianidis, L. and Hatziprokopiou, P. (2008) Migration and social change in Thessaloniki: immigrants' integration and the new multicultural reality in the city. In Thessaloniki on the verge: the city as a process of change, edited by G. Kafkalas, L. Labrianidis and N. Papamihos. Athens: Critique. pp.217-264.
- Labrianidis, L. and Hatziprokopiou, P. (2005): Albanian return migration: migrants tend to return to their country of origin after all. In The New Albanian Migration, edited by R. King, N. Mai and S. Schwandner-Sievers, Sussex Academic Press: Brighton, pp. 93-117.
- Hatziprokopiou, P. (2008) The institutional framework of migrant entrepreneurship is Greece. In C. R. Olivera and J. Rath (eds) Immigrants entrepreneurship. Special issue of Migration review (Revista Migraccedil;otilde;es), n. 3, Immigration Observatory, Portugal. pp. 73-84.
- Hatziprokopiou, P., Siroyan, G., Marzpanyan, H., Gabrielyan, A. (2007) Immigration from the former Soviet Union into Greece: what available statistics and existing research reveal. A case study of Armenian immigrants, Philosophy and Economy, 1: 203-261.
- Hatziprokopiou, P. (2006) Migration and changing urban geographies in the European South: evidence from the case of immigrants in Thessaloniki. Migracijske i EtniÄke Teme, 1-2: 113-136.
Hatziprokopiou, P. (2005): Immigrants from Balkan countries in Greece: local and transnational processes of incorporation in Thessaloniki. BELGEO: Revue Belge de Geacute;ographie, 1-2: 163-174.
- Labrianidis, L., Lyberaki, A., Tinios, P. and Hatziprokopiou, P. (2004): Inflow of immigrants and outflow of FDI: aspects of interdependence between Greece and the Balkans, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 30 (6): 1183-1208.
- Hatziprokopiou, P. (2004): Balkan immigrants in the Greek city of Thessaloniki: local processes of incorporation in an international perspective, European Urban and Regional Studies, 11 (4): 321-338.
- Labrianidis, L. and Hatziprokopiou, P. (2004): Return Migration and economic development: the case of Albanian emigrants returning from Greece and Italy, Topos, 20-21, pp. 77-97.
Hatziprokopiou, P. (2003): Albanian immigrants in Thessaloniki, Greece: Processes of social and economic incorporation, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 29 (6), pp. 1033-1057.
Sales, R., Hatziprokopiou, P., Christiansen, F., D'Angelo, A., Liang, X., Lin, X., and Montagna, N. (2009) London's Chinatown: Diaspora, identity and belonging, Report on research project Cityscapes of Diaspora: Images and Realities of London's Chinatown, AHRC Diasporas, Migration Identities programme. Social Policy Research Centre Working Paper Series, WP n. 3, Social Policy Research Centre, Middlesex University. (available online: www.mdx.ac.uk/hssc/research/centres/sprc/docs/London_Chinatown.pdf)
Labrianidis, L., Hatziprokopiou, P. Pratsinakis, M. and Vogiatzis, N. (2008) Thessaloniki City Report and Neighbourhood profiles. Report prepared for the 1st phase of the GEITONIES Research Project, European Commission Research DG, 7th Framework programme.
Ingleby, D., Chimienti, M., Hatziprokopiou, P., Ormond, M. and deFreitas, C. (2005) "The role of health in integration", in Maria Lucinda Fonseca and Jorge Malheiros (eds.) Social integration and mobility: education, housing and health. IMISCOE Cluster B5 State of the Art Report. Estudos para o Planeamento Regional e Urbano nÎŠ 67, Lisbon: Centro de Estudos Geograficos, pp. 89-119.
- 2008-10. Generating interethnic tolerance and neighbourhood integration in European urban spaces (GEITONIES). Funded by: European Commission, Research DG, 7th Framework Programme. Personal Role: consultant researcher (15%), member of project team RDPRU (University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece). Duration: 36 months. URL: geitonies.fl.ul.pt.
- 2007-09. Information network on good practice in health care for migrants and minorities (MIGHEALTHNET). Funded by: European Commission, Health and Consumer Protection DG, Directorate C: Public Health Risk Assessment, Programme of community action in the field of Public Health. Personal Role: Project Partner (15%), researcher on Greek case. Duration: 24 months. URL: mighealth.net.
- 2007-08. Cityscapes of Diaspora: Images and realities of London's Chinatown. Funded by: UK Arts and Humanities Research Council. Personal Role: Co-Investigator (20%). Starting Date: January 2007. Duration: 18 months.
- 2006-07. Grounded cosmopolitanisms and branded cities: Australia, Asia, Europe. Funding Body: Australian Research Council. Personal Role: Researcher. Duration: 24 months. URL: www.iis.uts.edu.au/research/ARCprojects/Brandedcities.
- 2005-06. Recent migration to London and the relevance of place: social space and lifeworlds of migrants in Islington. Funded by: Institute of Social and Health Research, School of Health Social Sciences, Middlesex University. Personal Role: Principal Investigator. Duration: 12 months.
- 2005-07. Migration in transition economies: an investigation into the causes and consequences. Funded by: EU/INTAS Thematic Call: Transforming Societies: East and West. Personal role: research associate to project partner (Department of Economics, University of Macedonia) working on Task 2: Investigation of migration flows from the former USSR countries to Greece. Duration 24 months.