Department of Business, Accounting & Economics
The Ohio State University, Ph.D. in Economics, 1993
University of Delaware, MA,1988
Iowa State University, BS, 1986
Research and Teaching Interests
Professional Affiliations and Awards
- Applied macroeconomics
- International economics
- Economic development
- Environmental economics.
- "Undergraduate Economic Society Excellence in Economic Instruction Award”
- “University Graduate Associate Teaching Award" from the Ohio State University.
- Economics Letters
- Applied Economics
- Journal of Common Market Studies
- South Eastern Europe Journal of Economics
- Manchester School
- International Advances in Economic Research
- Journal of Business and Society
- Journal of Economic Integration
- Economic Issues, 2010
Kyriacos Aristotelous received a B.S. from Iowa State University in 1986, an M.A. from the University of Delaware in 1988, and a Ph.D. in Economics from The Ohio State University in 1993. While at Ohio State, he received the “Undergraduate Economic Society Excellence in Economic Instruction Award” and the “University Graduate Associate Teaching Award.” From 1995 to 1997 Dr. Aristotelous taught at the European University of Cyprus and served as a research fellow at its Applied Research Center. He is currently a professor of economics teaching undergraduate courses in macroeconomics, econometrics, economic development, and international economics and a graduate course in managerial economics. He received several nominations for Otterbein University’s “Master Teacher Award.” Dr. Aristotelous’ research interests lie in the areas of applied macroeconomics, international economics, economic development, and environmental economics. He is published in quality journals including Economics Letters, Applied Economics, Journal of Common Market Studies, South Eastern Europe Journal of Economics, Manchester School, International Advances in Economic Research, Journal of Business and Society, and Journal of Economic Integration. His most recent article was published in Economic Issues in 2010.