Dr. Nick Drydakis
Reader in Economics, Anglia Ruskin University, United Kingdom.
Nick Drydakis is Reader at Anglia Ruskin University in the UK, and Research Fellow at the Institute for the Study of Labor in Germany. Nicks research interests include labour and population economics. He has published sole author articles in leading journals such as: Social Science and Medicine, European Journal of Health Economics, Human Relations, Industrial Relations: A Journal for Economy and Society, Labour Economics, Journal of Population Economics, Review of the Economics of the Household, Feminist Economics and International Journal of Intercultural Relations. His research activity has contributed in several domains in evaluating among others the negative effect of economic crisis on health and mental health, health-impaired employees? job satisfaction adjustments, the positive effects of assimilation and integration on immigrants? employment and wages, and negative transmission mechanisms between bullying, human capital, mental health and labour market outcomes. Nick is the founding director of the Scientific Centre for the Study of Discrimination in Greece and has worked on European Union and World Bank research programmes.
Mental health, Life and job satisfaction,
School age bullying and adult functioning,
Cognitive, Non-cognitive skills and employment outcomes,
Disability and employment and
Gender identity, Sexual orientation, Transgenderism and welfare.