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Dr. Ioannis Vasileiou was born in Athens (Greece) in 1978. The daily visits and the comments he receives in the context of his 3 websites, alongside the fact that some of his books are being used in universities, place him in a high position among the authors dealing with European Union politics and economics. He has been awarded four University degrees: a) PhD with the title: "The European Union Regional Policy and its Impact on two Mediterranean Member States (Italy and Spain)" (University of Birmingham, UK), b) MA in International Studies (International Economic Management) (University of Birmingham, UK), c) MA in International Political Economy (University of Warwick, UK) and d) Ptychio (equivalent to Bachelor's degree) in Political Science and Public Administration with specialization in European and International Studies (University of Athens, Greece). He speaks English, French, Italian and Greek (mother tongue). He is not the owner of any business or company and the above-mentioned address is his mailing address. His main occupation is academic research and book authoring. He is the author of 42 books (in English and Greek), a collective volume and more than 80 online newspaper articles. His books in English can be purchased through Amazon. Two of his books (in a single publication format) are being taught at the Athens University of Economics and Business (Greece) and the Technological Educational Institute of Kalamata (Greece) for 7th consecutive year. Some of his books have been recommended by academics to students for university use. Many of his books have received positive reviews by the Bulletin Quotidien Europe and in particular the "European Library". Furthermore, almost all his books in Greek have been accepted by both the National Library of Greece and the Library of the Hellenic Parliament.