Michalis Mathioulakis is an Energy Strategy Analyst. He is the Academic Director of the Greek Energy Forum, and Research Associate at the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP) responsible for energy sector analyses.
He has substantial working experience in the financial sector as a stock and derivatives broker and analyst, as well as the private education sector as a lecturer of Finance and Risk Analysis in Executive MBA programs. He has also been the Research Director of the Hellenic Energy Regulation Institute responsible for research related to energy regulatory issues. Currently he is providing consulting services regarding energy strategy, management, and energy regulation for institutions and organizations assosiated with the energy sector.
He holds an MSc in Energy Strategy, Law & Economics from the University of Piraeus, an MSc in Strategic Studies from the University of Macedonia in Thessaloniki, a BA in Economics, and a BA in Political Science. He is currently a PhD Candidate with the Department of International Studies in the University of Macedonia. His research focuses on the correlation between Balance of Power and Energy Security and in particular on the security dilemmas generated by shifts in energy security.