Sofoklis Goulas

Economist

Sofoklis Goulas

Economist

Vitae
EMPLOYMENT & AFFILIATIONS
Fellow
02/2023
Fellow
The Brookings Institution, Washington, DC

The Hamilton Project, Economic Studies.

Co-Founder
07/2021
Co-Founder
Aletheia Research Institution, Palo Alto, CA

Board Member & Director of Public Policy Programs.

Senior Research Associate
04/2017-01/2023
Senior Research Associate
Stanford University, Stanford, CA

Center for Research on Education Outcomes (CREDO), Hoover Institution

Impact Evaluation Consultant
03/2022-12/2022
Impact Evaluation Consultant
The World Bank, Washington, DC
Research Design Consultant
07/2022-05/2023
Research Design Consultant
100Mentors, Ed Tech Company, Athens, Greece
Visiting Scholar
04/2024-04/2024
Visiting Scholar
Monash Business School

Department of Economics

Visiting Scholar
03/2022-06/2022
Visiting Scholar
University of Essex, Colchester, UK

Institute for Economics and Social Research

Consultant on Business Analytics and Strategy
07/2017-05/2019
Consultant on Business Analytics and Strategy
Lumsden and Partners, M&A Law Firm, Vienna, Austria
Graduate Research Assistant
08/2013-05/2015
Graduate Research Assistant
UNC-Chapel Hill

Center for Community Capital

Visiting Researcher
05/2012-07/2012
Visiting Researcher
Bank of Greece

Economic Research Division

Research Affiliate
04/2024
Research Affiliate
IZA Institute of Labor Economics
Fellow
01/2018
Fellow
Global Labor Organization
Education
Ph.D. in Economics <font color="#808080"></font>
2011-2017
Ph.D. in Economics
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

UNC Highest Impact Graduate Research Award; Omicron Delta Epsilon

MS in Economics


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2011-2013
MS in Economics
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
MSc in Finance and Economics </br> <font color="#808080"></font>
2010-2011
MSc in Finance and Economics
Warwick Business School, University of Warwick
Ptychion in Economics</br><font color="#808080"> </font>
2006-2010
Ptychion in Economics
University of Piraeus

Class Valedictorian