Academic Profile : Faculty

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Assoc Prof Christos Sakellariou
Associate Professor, School of Social Sciences
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Highly Cited:
Sakellariou, C. (2004). The use of quantile regressions in estimating gender wage differentials: a case study of the Philippines. Applied Economics, 36(9), 1001-1007.

Fang, Z., & Sakellariou, C. (2016). Social insurance, income and subjective well-being of rural migrants in China—An application of unconditional quantile regression. Journal of Happiness Studies, 17(4), 1635-1657.

Sakellariou, C. (2003). Rates of return to investments in formal and technical/vocational education in Singapore. Education Economics, 11(1), 73-87.

Howland, J., & Sakellariou, C. (1993). Wage discrimination, occupational segregation and visible minorities in Canada. Applied Economics, 25(11), 1413-1422.

Fang, Z., & Sakellariou, C. (2011). A case of sticky floors: gender wage differentials in Thailand. Asian Economic Journal, 25(1), 35-54.

Sakellariou, C. (2004). Gender-earnings differentials using quantile regressions. Journal of Labor Research, 25(3), 457-468.

Patrinos, H. A., & Sakellariou, C. N. (1992). North American Indians in the Canadian labour market: A decomposition of wage differentials. Economics of Education Review, 11(3), 257-266.

Fang, Z., & Sakellariou, C. (2015). Glass Ceilings versus Sticky Floors: Evidence from S outheast A sia and an International Update. Asian Economic Journal, 29(3), 215-242.

Sakellariou, C. (2008). Peer effects and the indigenous/non‐indigenous early test‐score gap in Peru. Education Economics, 16(4), 371-390.

Sakellariou, C. (2017). Private or public school advantage? Evidence from 40 countries using PISA 2012-Mathematics. Applied Economics, 49(29), 2875-2892.

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Recent Publication:
Sakellariou, C. (2022). The reciprocal relationship between mathematics self-efficacy and mathematics performance in US high school students: Instrumental variables estimates and gender differences. Frontiers in Psychology, 13.

Sakellariou, C., & Fang, Z. (2021). Self-efficacy and interest in STEM subjects as predictors of the STEM gender gap in the US: The role of unobserved heterogeneity. International Journal of Educational Research, 109, 101821.

Sakellariou, C. (2020). The contribution of self-beliefs to the mathematics gender achievement gap and its link to gender equality. Oxford Review of Education, 46(6), 804-821.

Chris Sakellariou. (2018). Selective immigration policies as screening devices and the immigrant–native educational achievement gap. Educational Research and Evaluation. Educational Research and Evaluation: An International Journal on Theory and Practice, 24(6-7), 394-416.

Chris Sakellariou. (2017). Private or public school advantage? Evidence from 40 countries using PISA 2012-Mathematics. Applied Economics, 49(29), 2875-2892.

C. Sakellariou.(2017). Closing the Education Gaps. Contribution to Chapter 2: Transcending the Middle-Income Challenge. Asian Development Outlook 2017 Asian Development Bank.

Zheng Fang and C. Sakellariou (2016). Living Standards Inequality between Migrants and Local Residents in Urban China – A Quantile Decomposition. Contemporary Economic Policy, Vol. 34 (2): 369-386.

Chris Sakellariou and Zheng Fang. (2016). Returns to schooling for urban and migrant workers in China: A detailed investigation. Applied Economics, Vol 48(8), 684-700.

Zheng Fang and C. Sakellariou. (2016). Social Insurance, Income and Subjective Well-being of Rural Migrants in China – An Application of Unconditional Quantile Regression. Journal of Happiness Studies, 17(4), 1635–1657.
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