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Professor Pascalis Raimondos
Head of School
Faculty of Business & Law,
School of Economics & Finance
Discipline *
Applied Economics
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PhD in Economics (University of Essex)

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Research Affiliations:

  • Research Fellow, International Trade and Regional Economics, CEPR, London, 1999-
  • Research Fellow, Global Economy, CESifo, Munich, 1999-
  • External Fellow, Centre for Globalization and Economic Policy, University of Nottingham, 2002-

Journal Editor:

Member of:

  • Scientific Committee of the European Trade Study Group (ETSG)
  • Executive Group of the Economic Society of Australia, QLD branch

International Trade: theory and policy, Taxation of Multinational Enterprices, Economic Development and Foreign Aid, Commodity Tax Harmonization, The Economics of WTO

* Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008


Professor Pascalis Raimondos joined QUT in January 2016. Previous to that he was working in Copenhagen, Denmark first as an Assistant Professor (CBS) (1990-1994), Associate Professor, CBS (1994-2001), Associate Professor, University of Copenhagen (2001-2003), and Full Professor, CBS (2003-2015).  He served as Academic Programme Director, B.Sc. in International Business, CBS (2003-2008), a member of the CBS Wide Appointment Committee (2013-2014), and as Deputy Head and Head, Department of Economics (2013-2015).

His main research fields are International Trade and Public Finance. His work has been published in several journals including The Economic Journal, the European Economic Review, Journal of International Economics, Journal of Public Economics, and the Journal of Development Economics. He currently serves as an Associate Editor for the European Economic Review, the Review of World Economics, and the Journal of International Trade and Economic Development. He is a CEPR and CESifo Research Fellow and an External Fellow of the Centre for Globalisation and Economic Policy (GEP) at University of Nottingham. He held visiting positions at the University of Sydney, University of New South Wales, University of California at San Diego, Boston College, and Griffith University.


Professor Raimondos received several competitive research grants from the Danish Research Council. He was a founding member and deputy director of the Economic Policy and Research Unit, a Centre of Excellence funded by the Danish National Research Foundation (1993-2005). He has served as evaluator for the European Science Foundation, the ESRC UK, and several other Research Councils around Europe (Belgium, Austria, Norway, Sweden, and Greece). While in Denmark he appeared in the media as an expert in issues related to trade policy, the WTO, the taxation of multinational firms, and the Greek economy. Professor Raimondos was engaged with the academic and business community as a member of the Danish Research Council (2008-2013) and of the Danish Competition Authority (2010-2015).

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  • Undergraduate:   Microeconomics, International Economics, In­dustrial Economics (different years and programs). Currently teaches EFB336 International Economics, an elective unit at the Economics major.
  • Graduate:   International Trade (University of Copenhagen), Industrial Economics (CBS), Firm in a Global Environment (CBS, UNSW, UIBE)
  • Ph.D.:   Taxation of Multinationals (Hitotsubashi University, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics)
  • Ph.D. supervision: Dieter M. Urban (Economic Geography and Growth, 1995-1998), Lars B. Thermansen (Regional Computable General Equilibrium Models for Denmark, 2004-2008),         Stuart Webber (Taxation of Multinationals, 2006-2012),  Henrik Fosse (Empirical Essays in International Trade, 2008-2012), Federico Clementi (FDI-induced Productivity Spillovers, 2012- ), Friedrich Bergmann (FDI-induced Productivity Spillovers, 2014- )
  • Ph.D. external examiner: Mette Rose Skaksen (Aarhus), Thomas B. Andersen (Copenhagen), Alan Sørensen (Aarhus), Susana Thede (Lund), Magnus Wiberg (Stockholm), Eva Rytter Sunesen (Copenhagen), Komkrich Chonbunwatana (Nottingham), Kenneth Baltzer (Copenhagen), Pablo Selaya (Copenhagen), Karen Crabbé (Louvain), Euan Fraser MacMillan (Strathclyde), Nikolaos Vlassis (Exeter), Chaiyasith Boonyanate (Dundee).
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Professional Employment:

  • Head, Department of Economics, Copenhagen Business School, 2015
  • Deputy Head, Department of Economics, Copenhagen Business School, 2013-2014
  • Full Professor, Department of Economics, Copenhagen Business School, 2003-present
  • Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen, 2001-2003
  • Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Copenhagen Business ­­­­School, 1994-2001
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Copenhagen Business School, 1990-199

Affiliated Positions:

  • Deputy Director, Centre of Excellence in Economic Policy Research Unit (EPRU), Copenhagen, 1993-2005
  • Member, Centre for Industrial Economics, Copenhagen, 1995-2000
  • Member, “Fiscal Implications of the European Union”, ­under the Human Capital and Mobility Network, European Science Foundation, 1993-1996

Academic Service:

  • CBS Wide Appointment Committee (CWAC), 2013-2014
  • Member of the CBS International Committee, 2006-2008
  • Program Director, Bachelor in International Business, CBS, 2003-2008
  • Member, Dean’s Committee for “Secondary Jobs”, CBS, 2010
  • Member of the Cand.Merc Study Board, CBS, 1993-1999

Other Professional Service:

  • Member of the Danish Competition Council, 2010-2015
  • Member of the Danish Research Council: Social Sciences, 2008-2013
  • Member of the Danish Bibliometric Committee for Economic Journals, 2008-2013
  • Founding Member of the Nordic International Trade Seminars (NOITS), 1997-2013
  • Member of an External Evaluation Committee, Department of International Economics, Athens University of Economics and Business, March 2012


This information has been contributed by Professor Pascalis Raimondos.


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