Adjunct Lecturer, Centre of Development Studies, University of Cambridge
Dr Domna Michailidou is a Greek economist working on financial crises, public finances and economic development. She is currently the Reforms’ Adviser to the Leader of the Major Opposition Party, New Democracy, in Greece. She is advising the Leader, Mr Kyriakos Mitsotakis, on a series of issues related to financial markets, structural reforms and macroeconomic growth.
Domna Michailidou is also Adjunct Lecturer in the Centre of Development Studies, University of Cambridge where she teaches topics related to finance and development, private and public debt and government regulation.
She has worked for the OECD in Paris and Athens as an economist and a competition expert. Dr Michailidou has also taught at the Judge Business School University of Cambridge and UCL’s School of Public Policy.
Her latest book, The Inexorable Evolution of Financialisation: Financial Crises in Emerging Markets, was published by Palgrave MacMillan. Her work has also appeared in academic journals, institutional reports and the popular press.
She holds an MPhil and a PhD on Financial and Development Economics from the University of Cambridge.