Rigissa Megalokonomou

​Lecturer in Economics

 

Media Impacts, Interviews and Appearances :

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-"Public Talk about the Effects of Teacher Gender Biases", a Women in Economics Network (WEN) and Economic Society in Australia (ESA) Event (video available)














​--Girls score the same in maths and science as boys, but higher in arts – this may be why they are less likely to pick STEM careers,

at The Conversation, June 2020


--The Effects of Exam Scheduling on Academic Performance, CEPR Policy Portal,  VOX EU article, 2020


-- “The Future of Women in Economics" Feature Story, for The University of Queensland, 2018


-- "Does Class Size Matter? How, and at What Cost?", Cato Research Brief, Research Brief in Economic Policy, 2019

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--“How young Greeks changed their degree choices as the economy crashed” at the Conversation (15k reads) , 2016


-Unpacking unconscious gender biases in high school teachingThe University of Queensland, 2019


- "Higher Performance for Boys and Girls when There are More Girls"  Essos, Newspaper about Education (in Greek), 2018


--“
Job prospects drive college major preferences amidst Crisis” in Kathimerini Daily Newspaper (in Greek), 2016

--“
The crisis changed (students’) preferences” in The Ethnos Daily Newspaper  (in Greek)


--The financial crisis and the choice of study  capital.gr  (in Greek)


Other media mentions include:

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--EUROPPEuropean Politics and Policy - LSE Blogs


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Epoch Times  online and print (Singapore)


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agenda.weforum.org  


--scroll.in (India)