Alexandros Bechlioulis

Alexandros Bechlioulis
University of Ioannina | UOI · Department of Economics

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
I am an Assistant Professor at the Economics Department of the University of Ioannina, Greece. My research interests lie mainly in the fields of Economic Theory, Consumer Behavior, Labor Economics, Finance of Innovation. I am teaching the following courses: Economic Policy, Applied Macroeconomics with STATA and Applied Accounting with SAP.

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This paper studies the impact of the 1st COVID-19 lockdown in Greece on the internet banking. Our study relies on a survey conducted, during the first lockdown period between April 13th and May 3rd, 2020 in Greece, among respondents between 18 and 64-years-old. The sample was appropriately weighted with the raking method to accurately reflect the d...
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We study three key aspects of household behavior, i.e. the form of household preferences, the existence of interdependence between consumption and leisure choices, and the Frisch elasticity of labor supply. We find that an appropriate form of household preferences to use in non-recursive utility functions that incorporates the feature of interdepen...
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Purpose – The authors examine the optimal consumption decisions of households in a micro-founded framework that introduces endogenous default. They study default in the context of a two-period process, assuming three non-overlapping steps of non-payment: delinquency, non-performing loans and bankruptcy (default). Design/methodology/approach – In th...
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We study delinquent and non‐performing loans in consumer credit markets and their implications for consumer behaviour. By introducing endogenously non‐payment of debt in the inter‐temporal optimization problem of a representative borrowing household, we derive analytically an augmented consumption Euler equation featuring a risk factor in terms of...
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This paper examines whether the consumption behavior of a borrowing-constrained household is affected by debt non-payment. From the household's intertemporal maximization problem, we derive a two-equation model consisting of augmented forms of the standard consumption Euler equation and the static labor supply equation. We estimate these equations...