Anastasios Xepapadeas is currently Professor of Economic Theory and Policy and Dean of the School of Economic Sciences of Athens University of Economics and Business. Previously he served as Chairman of the Department of International and European Economic Studies at the same University. He is past president of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economics and past Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics, of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. He holds an MA and a PhD in Economics from the Economics Department of the University of Manchester and a BA from the Economics Department of Athens University.
He has taught at the graduate and PhD programs of Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, University of Helsinki, Université Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, Fontazionne ENI (FEEM), International Centre for Theoretical Physics.
He was editor of Environment and Development Economics from 2005-2014 and is now a member of the editorial board. He is a member of the editorial committee of the Annual Review of Resource Economics and associate editor of Studies in Non Linear Dynamics and Econometrics; he has served as co-editor of the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management and associate editor of Environmental and Resource Economics and Water Resources Research. He has published more than one hundred and twenty papers in leading journals including the American Economic Review; European Economic Review; Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control; Journal of Environmental Economics and Management; Journal of Mathematical Economics; Journal of Public Economics; Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, Science, Water Resources Research and written or edited eight books. According to Google Scholar his current citations (April 2016) are 4415 and his h-index is h=34.
He has participated as coordinator or lead researcher in more than 25 research programs funded by the EU, the Greek government, or private sources in the area of environmental and resource economics. His current research interests include Environmental Policy and Resource Management; Cost Benefit Analysis; Economics of Climate Change; Biodiversity Management; Spatiotemporal Analysis in Economics; Environment and Growth; Evolutionary Approaches to Policy Design; and Uncertainty and Robust Control.