Iordanis Paraskevas is an alumnus of the Department of Political Science of the University of Crete (2016) and a graduate of the Department of Social Policy of Panteion University, MSc "Social Policy: Methods and Applications", majoring in "Employment and Employment Policies" (2018). His research interests include, among others, Labour Relations, where he based his undergraduate dissertation, Informal Economy, on which he did his postgraduate dissertation, and Social and Solidarity Economy, where he has conducted and presented a research in the 1st Panhellenic Conference 'for the Commons and the Social and Solidarity Economy'. He has worked as a researcher at INEMY of ESEE, as a collaborator at the "Center for European Constitutional Law - Themistoklis and Dimitris Tsatsos Foundation" and as a supervisor at the 1st Pilot Census of the Homeless Population. He has also worked in the Special Management Service of the Operational Program "Public Sector Reform", and voluntarily as a coordinator at the 13th Conference of the European Sociological Society and the 9th International Conference on Political Economy. His doctoral dissertation focuses on what are the "limitations and possibilities in the feasibility of Basic Income in Greece", which is its title. The three-member committee of the dissertation consists of the supervising Associate Professor Konstantinos Dimoulas, Professor Christos Papatheodorou and Assistant Professor Ludovikos Kotsonopoulos.
Universal Basic Income