Prodromos Vlamis

P. Vlami is Ann. Professor of Financial Analysis and Real Estate Economics at the Department of Economic Science, School of Economics, Business and International Studies, University of Piraeus, with twenty years of research/teaching and professional experience in universities in Greece and abroad.

She graduated from the Department of International & European Economic Studies at the Athens University of Economics and Business (1991-1995). He first post-educated at the University of York in the UK and obtained an M.Sc. in Economics (1995-96) and then at the University of Cambridge (Emmanuel College) where he obtained an M.Phil. in Land Economy (1999-2000) and a Ph.D. in Financial Analysis of the Real Estate Market (2000-2004), with a thesis entitled “Credit Risk Analysis of British Real Estate Companies”.

In the past (2004-2006) he has worked as a Research Partner at the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, USA (holder of the Harold A. Pollman Fellowship in Real Estate and Urban Development for the year 2004-2005), Senior Research Partner (holder of The Ministries of Economy & Finance Senior Research Fellowship, 2010-2011) and Visiting Fellow (2011-2012) at the Hellenic Observatory, London School of Economics & Political Science, UK.

He was appointed at the age of 28 as Lecturer in Finance (2002-2003) in the Department of Land Economy at Cambridge University and has also taught at Corpus Christi College (2002-2003), the Pembroke International Programmes Department (2002-2010) and the Institute of Continuing Education (2006) of the same University. In 2005, he was offered a job (non-assignment) as an Economist in the Economic Office of John Prescott, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (ODPM, London, UK). He has been a Researcher (2007-2018) at the Centre for Planning and Economic Research (CEPE).

He has extensive research, writing and scientific work, with publications in reputable international scientific journals, edited volumes, and contributions to books, while he has given a large number of lectures, talks and presentations at conferences and events.

The quality of his research has been recognized and awarded by international institutions, including the Harold A. Pollman Fellowship in Real Estate and Urban Development (Harvard University), the Hellenic Harvard Foundation Scholarship, Overseas Research Students in the Humanities and Social Sciences Research Awards (University of Cambridge), PriceWatehouseCoopers, Isaac Newton Awards for UK Research Students (University of Cambridge), European Student Bursary (Cambridge European Trust) and Cambridge Political Economy Award – Cambridge Journal of Economics, British Chevening/De La Rue Scholarship (the British Foreign Office), Harold Samuel Scholarship (University of Cambridge), Emmanuel College Quatercentenary Studentship (University of Cambridge), Leventis Foundation Scholarship.