Professor George Tridimas
Professor of Political Economy
- Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics
- Research Institute
- Institute for Research in Social Sciences
- Jordanstown campus
- +44 28 9036 8273
George Tridimas is Professor of Political Economy at Ulster University.
He obtained a Bachelor’s of Arts in Economics from the University of Athens and a Master’s and a Doctorate in Economics from the University of Oxford. Before joining Ulster University, he held positions at the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa, and the University of Reading in England.
George's research interests are in political economy, public economics and law and economics. He has published widely in topics such as mechanisms of collective decision-making, including elections, referendums and power-sharing arrangements in divided societies, the emergence and fall of direct democracy in ancient Athens, the size of government, the allocation of public expenditure, publicly provided goods and the economic behaviour of the private sector, and the economic analysis of the judiciary. His work combines theory, analysis of policy and applied econometrics and has a strong interdisciplinary element borrowing from history, political science and law. At various times his research was funded by the British Academy and the ESRC.
George has held various visiting fellowships in Canada, the Czech Republic, Romania and the USA. He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. He is currently serving as a member of the editorial boards of the European Journal of Political Economy and Constitutional Political Economy, and is Co–editor–in–Chief of the German – Greek Yearbook of Political Economy.
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- Constitutional choice in Ancient Athens: The evolution of the frequency of decision makingConstitutional Political EconomyDate: (2017)
- Public Awareness of EU Rights and the Functions of the European Ombudsman: Some Unpleasant FindingsACCOUNTABILITY IN THE EU. THE ROLE OF THE EUROPEAN OMBUDSMANDate: (2017)
- Brexit Referendum: An Incomplete Electoral VerdictKing's Student Journal for Politics, Philosophy and LawDate: (2017)
- Conflict, democracy and voter choice: a public choice analysis of the Athenian ostracismPublic ChoiceDate: (2016)
- Political economy perspectives of the fall of the Greek monarchyDate: (2016)
- Constitutional convulsions in modern GreeceBehind a Veil of Ignorance? Power and Uncertainty in Constitution MakingDate: (2015)
- Independent JudiciaryDate: (2014)
- Economic IntegrationDate: (2014)
- Social Welfare and Coercion in Public FinanceCoercion and Social welfare in Public Finance. Economic and Political PerspectivesDate: (2014)
- How democracy was achievedEuropean Journal of Political EconomyDate: (2012)