Mr Antonis Ragkousis

  • College positions:
    Teaching Associate
  • Subjects: Economics


BSc (Hons) in Business Studies (Cass Business School), MA in Philosophy (King’s College London), MA in Political Economy (King’s College London)

Research interests

My research interests lie between Economics, Philosophy, and Politics. In particular, I am interested in Critical Realism and its implications for Political Economy, as developed by the Cambridge Social Ontology Group. My research has appeared in the Cambridge Journal of Economics and the Journal of Economic Issues.

Teaching Interests

I have been teaching modules in Economics, Public Policy, Public Economics, Econometrics, Political Economy, Politics, Political Theory, Political Philosophy and the Philosophy of Social Science at the University of Cambridge, King’s College London and UCL. At Caius, I am currently supervising Economics, Philosophy, and Politics papers. 

Awards and prizes

King’s Business School Visiting Researcher Grant, King’s College London (2022)

King’s Education Awards: Nomination for Teaching Excellence, King’s College London (2020-2023)

King’s Business School Studentship, King’s College London (2020)

The Onassis Scholar in Political Economy (Doctoral Studies), Alexander S. Onassis Foundation (2020)

LISS DTP Political Economy Studentship, Economic and Social Research Council (2020)

The Onassis Scholar in Political Economy (Postgraduate Studies), Alexander S. Onassis Foundation (2017)


Ragkousis, A. 2023. Amartya Sen as a neoclassical economist, Journal of Economic Issues, Forthcoming

Ragkousis, A. 2023. Aristotelian themes in Critical Ethical Naturalism, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Forthcoming

Other interests

Music, football, theatre, and literature.