Economist, Associate Professor at the University of Piraeus

Platon Tinios, is an economist, Associate Professor at the University of Piraeus. He was educated in Egypt, Greece and the UK. He studied economics at the Universities of Cambridge (MA, Ph.D) and Oxford (M.Phil). He served as Special Advisor to the Prime Minister of Greece from 1996 to 2004, specializing in the economic analysis of social policy and pensions.  His research interests include pensions, ageing, social policy, gender, economics of insurance and public finance. Since 2020 he is participating in a EU HORIZON project on the impact of the pandemic and the prospects for the post-pandemic period on Europeans aged 50+.