Eurydice’s research focuses on gender and macroeconomics, and in particular structural models that investigate income and wealth distribution inequality. She also works on the impact of the labour market and fiscal policies. Her research is interdisciplinary, drawing from economics, sociology and gender studies.
Recent collaborative research projects look into the effects of income, gender and wealth inequality, and economic policies on macroeconomic performance.
Eurydice has a PhD in Economics by the University of Greenwich, an MSc in the Political Economy of Development and a BSc in Development Economics from SOAS, University of London.
She has previously worked at the Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre, University of Greenwich, SOAS University of London, the NGO sector, the British Council and the public sector in China and Turkey.
Fotopoulou, Evrydiki, and Karagöl, Erdal Tanas (2012) The euro area crisis and Turkey in the first half of 2012. Washington, DC: SETA - Foundation for Political, Economic and Social Research
- Macroeconomic modelling
- Income distribution inequality
- Gender inequality
- Fiscal policy
- Informal employment in emerging and transition economies
Fotopoulou, Eurydice. 2020. “Income Distancing”: the gender pay gap in healthcare. Futures of Work, 15,
Brauer, Chris; Fotopoulou, Eurydice and Barth, Jenn. 2021. Creating a Blueprint for Microsoft UK Partner Competitiveness. Technical Report. Microsoft UK, Online.
Onaran, Özlem; Oyvat, Cem and Fotopoulou, Eurydice. 2019. Gendering Macroeconomic Analysis and Development Policy: A Theoretical Model for Gender Equitable Development, CWE-GAM Working Paper Series 19-03. Working Paper. Care Work and the Economy Project, Washington DC.
Onaran, Özlem; Oyvat, Cem and Fotopoulou, Eurydice. 2019. The effects of gender inequality, wages, wealth concentration and fiscal policy on macroeconomic performance. Working Paper. University of Greenwich - Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre (GPERC).
Onaran, Özlem; Oyvat, Cem and Fotopoulou, Eurydice. 2019. A policy mix for equitable sustainable development in the UK: the effects of gender equality, wages, wealth concentration and fiscal policy. Working Paper. University of Greenwich - Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre (GPERC).