International Journals under peer review (selected more recent publications)
(forthcoming) Ketteni, E. and Kottaridi, C. “The impact of regulations on the FDI-growth nexus: a nonlinear specification with varying coefficients” International Business Review.
(forthcoming) Kottaridi, C., Louloudi, K. and Karkalakos, S. “Human Capital, Skills and Competencies: A Systematic Approach of the Effects on Inward FDI in the EU”. International Business Review.
(forthcoming): Kottaridi, C. and Thomakos, D. “Regulate me not: the regulatory failures of taxation – a tale from Greece”, Managerial and Decision Economics.
Kottaridi, C., Giakoulas, D. and Manolopoulos, D. (2019). “Escapism FDI from developed economies: the role of regulatory context and corporate taxation”. International Business Review, 28(1), 36-47.
Manolopoulos, D., Chatzopoulou, E. and Kottaridi, C. (2018). “Resources, home institutional context and SMEs’ exporting: Direct relationships and contingency effects” International Business Review, 27(5), 993-1006.
Kottaridi, C. and Lioukas, S. (2017) “Firm competencies and exports among SMEs: the critical role of collaborations”. European Journal of International Management, 11(6), 711-732
Kottaridi, C. and Filippaios, F. (2015). “The FDI and Trade relationship revisited under structural change: evidence from a sector-based analysis in Central and Eastern European countries”, East-West Journal of Economics and Business 1.
Ketteni, E., Kottaridi, C. and Mamuneas, Th. (2014). “Information and Communication Technology and Foreign Direct Investment: interactions and multiple regimes in economic growth”, Empirical Economics 07/2014, DOI: 10.1007/s00181-014-0839-1
Kottaridi, C. and Escaleras, M. (2014) “The joint effect of macroeconomic uncertainty, sociopolitical instability and public provision on private investment”, Journal of Developing Areas, 48(1), winter 2014, 227-251.
Filippaios, F. and Kottaridi, C. (2013). “Complements or Substitutes? New Theoretical Considerations and Empirical Evidence on the Imports and FDI Relationship” International Review of Applied Economics, 27(6), 766-797