Papadopoulou, Aikaterini

Aikaterini Papadopoulou

PhD Student
Glasgow Caledonian University
Katerina joined the Yunus Centre in October 2017. Her research interests are:
Primary - Public Economics; Health Economics
Secondary - Cultural Economics.

Katerina is undertaking a PhD with the title “Assessing the value of community arts-based public health interventions for use in economic evaluation” under the supervision of Prof. Helen Mason (DoS) and Prof. Gianna Cassidy. Her research study is mainly focused on valuing and refining outcome measures for economic evaluations in health by using a mixed-method approach. Current research project includes the evaluation of organised street music events in New York City (Sing for Hope).

Katerina completed an MSc in Applied Economics with a dissertation on the interactions of health and labour economics, particularly the effects of unemployment on mental and physical health, at the University of Aberdeen (2016), and a BSc in Public Administration with major in Public Economics at Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, in Athens (2014). She has visited Åbo Akademi University, in Turku (2015), where she attended one-year courses in International Law and Human Rights. In addition to academic studies, Katerina also completed a granted internship position in the Scottish Government and the Directorate of Culture, Tourism and Major Events, in Edinburgh (2020).