Emmanouil is Assistant Professor in the International Economics group in the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University Qatar. his research using detailed microdata explores the impact of innovative decisions of firms on their multinational expansion. Through this work, he tries to understand the behavior of asset prices, economic growth and the transmission of business cycles in a global economy with a few dominant large firms. In addition, he studies supply chains and international trade under conditions of uncertainty. he is currently working on a big data project combining several data sources from job vacancies, financial balance sheets and ownership information to understand the impact of new technologies and the demand for new skills on a globalized labor market. he received his Ph.D. in Economics at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and holds degrees in Applied Mathematics from the National Technical University of Athens and Accounting and Finance in Athens University of Economics and Business.