Assistant Professor of Economics
University of Montreal
3150 Rue Jeanne Brillant, C-6025
Montreal, CQ H3T 1N8
Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Montreal, June 2016-peresent
Principal Economist, Federal Reserve Board, 2015-2016
Senior Economist, Federal Reserve Board, 2013-2015
Economist, Federal Reserve Board, 2008-2013
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Ph.D. in Economics, 2008
Athens University of Economics and Business, B.Sc. in Economics (highest honors), 2002
Athens University of Economics and Business, M.Sc. in Economics (highest honors), 2001
Angeletos, G.-M., Panousi, V., 2009. Revisiting the supply side effects of government spending. Journal of Monetary Economics 56, 137-153.
Angeletos, G.-M., Panousi, V., 2011. Financial integration, entrepreneurial risk, and global dynamics. Journal of Economic Theory 146, 863-896.
Panousi, V, Papanikolaou, D., 2012. Investment, idiosyncratic risk and ownership. Journal of Finance 67, 1113-1148.
Panousi, V., 2012. Capital taxation with entrepreneurial risk. Accepted with minor revisions Journal of Monetary Economics.
DeBacker, J., Heim, B., Panousi, V., Ramnath, S., Vidangos, I., 2012. Rising inequality: Transitory or persistent? New evidence from a panel of US tax returns. Brookings Papers of Economic Activity, Spring 2013.
DeBacker, J., Panousi, V., Ramnath, S., 2015. The properties of business income risk. About to be resubmitted, American Economic Review.
Panousi, V., Reis, C. 2015. Optimal capital taxation with idiosyncratic investment risk. About to be resubmitted, Journal of Economic Theory.
Work in progress
Barnett, M., and Panousi, V., 2015. Business risks in the Great Recession.
Barnett, M., Panousi, V., and Ramnath, S., 2016. The covariance structure of household income.
Panousi, V., and Reis, C. 2016. A unified framework for optimal taxation with undiversifiable risk.
Koreshkova, T., and Panousi, V., 2015. Occupational choice, income risk and wealth inequality.
Panousi, V., and Ramnath, S., 2016. Household self-insurance over the business cycle.
References in the press