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Dr Filippos Maraziotis
Postdoctoral Career Development Fellow



Filippos Maraziotis specialises in empirical labour economics and quantitative social science. He earned his PhD from the Department of Economics at the University of York (UoY) in 2023. His doctoral thesis, titled ‘Topics in Applied Labour Economics’ explores the intersections of labour, gender, and family using extensive longitudinal datasets from Germany and Australia. Filippos has presented his research at numerous international conferences, including the Royal Economic Society, the Society of the Economics of Household, and the Asian and Australasian Labour Economics Society. Additionally, he has experience in public policy consulting, where he contributed by leveraging his expertise in evidence- based policy evaluation.

● PhD in Economics, UoY
● MSc in Economics and Public Policy with distinction, UoY
● BSc in International and European Economics (class valedictorian), Athens University of Economics and Business



Filippos’s research investigates the intersection of empirical labour economics, organisational practices, and family. His research primarily focuses on examining the connections between family dynamics, gender norms, workplace practices, and employment outcomes through microeconometric applications. Filippos is also interested in identifying potential public and social policy implications arising from his



● Flexibility for Equality: Examining the Impact of Flexible Working Time Arrangements on the
Gender Gap in Working Hours.

● Assessing the Cost to Women of Deviating from Traditional Gender Roles at Work.

● Partnering for Success: An Investigation of Occupational Association and Wage Effects among
Australian Couples.

● The 4-day WorkingWeek Experiment in the UK: Impact on Productivity and Work-life Balance.



Filippos has taught several courses including Statistics, Quantitative Methods, Econometrics, Applied Economics, and Microeconomics.

Current Teaching Modules
Undergraduate Level


School for Business and Society
University of York
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