Anastasios Dosis teaches Microeconomics in the BBA, Bachelor and SMIB programs. He received his PhD from University of Warwick in England before he moved to ESSEC in 2013. Anastasios is an economic theorist with a special interest in game theory and its applications in contract economics and mechanism design. His main research agenda has focused on the right game theoretic modeling of competitive markets with asymmetric information; one of the fundamental questions in information economics. He has also studied questions related to corporate taxation in financial markets with adverse selection frictions as well as the inefficiencies that may be caused in R&D races when there are informational externalities among the competing firms.