Anastasios' research is at the intersection of economics and finance. It focuses on markets with asymmetric information and helps us make predictions on policy effects on market outcomes. Part of his research has focused on insurance markets and, specifically, the design of institutions to alleviate inefficiencies due to risk selection. He is currently interested in the macroeconomic effects of information asymmetries on economic fluctuations and liquidity crises and, in particular, the emergence of endogenous cycles. Last, he is particularly interested in how the digital revolution shapes the new economy and how property rights over online-generated data affect market outcomes.