The Department of Social Policy encourages well-qualified students with a good background and a Master's degree in any of the social sciences and a strong interest in social and public policy to apply in order to undertake a doctoral degree in Social Policy. Supervision is provided by members of staff in social policy and joint supervision with staff in the fields of sociology, social and political theory, social and economic history, methodology, economic theory, law, geography and demography is arranged when appropriate. PhD students at STADA Lab are concerned with scientific areas such as social research methodology, social data analysis and demography.

PhD Students

  • Malapani Eleni
  • Stamatopoulou Glykeria
  • Tsouparopoulou Eva
  • Zoulaki Aggeliki

PhD Alumni

  • Betsis Vassilis (2020), Demography, Social Security, Financial-Insurance Risk: Present and Future Impacts of the Economic Crisis - The Case of Greece
  • Economaki Maria (2019), The effects of key concepts, definitions and classifications used in Family Budget Surveys on the comparability of results between surveys
  • Yfanti Aggeliki (2019), The impact of definitions to the measurement of unemployment: Evidence from the EU-LFS 2008-2015
  • Charalampi Anastasia (2018), The importance of items’ level of measurement in investigating the structure and assessing the psychometric properties of multidimensional constructs
  • Kazani Aggeliki (2018), Applications of Fuzzy Logic in Attitude Measurement