Anastasios Xepapadeas

Athens University of Economics and Business

Primary Section: 64, Human Environmental Sciences
Secondary Section: 54, Economic Sciences
Membership Type: International Member (elected 2018)


Anastasios Xepapadeas is an environmental and resource economist recognized for his work on environmental policy and resource management and, more specifically, on issues related to the management of non-point source pollution, the interaction of environmental and industrial policies, the relationship between environment and growth, the valuation of biodiversity, and the design of policies for ecosystem management and climate change under deep uncertainty and spatiotemporal interactions. Xepapadeas was born and grew up in Piraeus, Greece. He graduated from the University of Athens with a degree in Economics, and from the University of Manchester, England with an MA degree (1977) and a PhD degree (1981) in Economics. He has served as president of the European Association of Environmental and Resources Economists and chairman of the Board of the Beijer Institute of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. He is currently a Professor at Athens University of Economics and Business in Greece and at the University of Bologna in Italy.

Research Interests

Spatiotemporal Analysis in Economics; Economics of Climate Change; Uncertainty, Ambiguity and Robust Control; Environment and Growth; Evolutionary Approaches to Policy Design; Environmental Policy and Resource Management; Cost Benefit Analysis; Biodiversity Management.

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