Lecturer in Economics
- Dr Gregor Semieniuk
- Email address:
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- SOAS University of London
Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
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Dr Gregor Semieniuk is a Lecturer in Economics at SOAS, University of London, and the Economics Department's Undergraduate Admissions Tutor. Gregor is also currently Honorary Senior Research Associate at the Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose at UCL and Associate Research Faculty at the Science Policy Unit (SPRU) at the University of Sussex. He is a lead author on UNEP’s 2018 Emission Gap Report on low-carbon innovation policy. Before joining SOAS, he studied the financing of technical change and innovation in the renewable energy industry as a Research Fellow at SPRU on the Horizon 2020 project DOLFINS - Distributed Global Financial Systems for Society. A Foreign Fulbright Fellow, Gregor completed his PhD in Economics at the New School for Social Research in New York City, where part of his research informed the modelling of energy in aggregate economic growth for the INET-funded project Growth, Distribution and Stability.
Current research projects study the drivers of low carbon investment, the energy intensity of economic growth, both in the world in general and in particular in China during its reform years, and the salience of different inequality measures contingent on the social context.
Research output is listed in the ‘publications’ tab. Additional information is being gradually added to a personal website.
Growth and distribution; theory of competition; finance and innovation in the energy sector; Bayesian inference
Deleidi, Matteo and Mazzucato, Mariana and Semieniuk, Gregor (2020) 'Neither crowding in nor out: Public direct investment mobilising private investment into renewable electricity projects'. Energy Policy. [Forthcoming]
Weber, Isabella M and Semieniuk, Gregor (2019) 'American Radical Economists in Mao's China: From Hopes to Disillusionment'. Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, (37) A, pp 31-63.
Mazzucato, Mariana and Semieniuk, Gregor (2018) 'Financing renewable energy: Who is financing what and why it matters'. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, (127), pp 8-22.
Semieniuk, Gregor (2017) 'Piketty's Elasticity of Substitution: A Critique'. Review of Political Economy, (29) 1, pp 64-79.
Semieniuk, Gregor and Mazzucato, Mariana (2017) 'Public financing of innovation: new questions'. Oxford Review of Economic Policy, (33) 1, pp 24-48.
Scharfenaker, Ellis and Semieniuk, Gregor (2016) 'A Statistical Equilibrium Approach to the Distribution of Profit Rates'. Metroeconomica, (68) 3, pp 465-499.
Scharfenaker, Ellis and Semieniuk, Gregor (2015) 'A Mixture Model for Filtering Firms' Profit Rates'. Bayesian Statistics from Methods to Models and Applications. Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp 153-164.
Semieniuk, Gregor and van Treeck, Till and Truger, Achim (2012) 'Nothing learned from the crisis? Some remarks on the stability programmes 2011–2014 of the Euro area governments'. In: Jespersen, Jesper and Madsen, Mogens, (eds.), Keynes’s General Theory for Today. London: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp 186-206.
Weber, Isabella M and Semieniuk, Gregor (2018) American Radical Economists in Mao’s China: From Hopes to Disillusionment. London: SOAS Department of Economics Working Paper Series.
Semieniuk, Gregor (2018) Energy in Economic Growth: Is Faster Growth Greener?. London: SOAS Department of Economics Working Paper Series; No. 208.
Semieniuk, Gregor (2016) Fossil energy in economic growth: A study of the energy direction of technical change, 1950-2012. University of Sussex: SPRU - Science Policy Research Unit Working Paper 2016-11.
Mazzucato, Mariana and Semieniuk, Gregor (2016) Financing Renewable Energy: Who is Financing What and Why it Matters. University of Sussex: Science Policy Research Unit, Working Paper Series 2016-12 (June).
Semieniuk, Gregor (2012) Still focused on public deficits. Some remarks on the euro area stability programmes 2012-2015. Düsseldorf: Macroeconomic Policy Institute: Working Paper 101.
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