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MyrtoKalouptsidi
Stanley A. Marks and William H. Marks Assistant Professor at the Radcliffe Institute and assistant professor of economics in the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Myrto Kalouptsidi is a Stanley A. Marks and William H. Marks Assistant Professor at the Radcliffe Institute and assistant professor of economics in the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

Kalouptsidi specializes in applied microeconomics, with a particular emphasis on international trade. She is renowned for her work on protectionism in the shipping industry. Her current research focuses on the impact of protectionism, search frictions, geography, and trade costs on China’s international shipping. She is the recipient of a 2014–2017 National Science Foundation Award for her project, “Detection and Impact of Industrial Subsidies: The Case of World Shipbuilding.”

Kalouptsidi received her BA and MS in economics from the University of Athens, Greece. She earned her MA, MPhil, and PhD in economics from Yale University. She has served as visiting assistant professor at Stanford University and assistant professor of economics at Princeton University.

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