Emmanouil holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (with distinction) and he is Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy. His primary teaching areas are econometrics and macroeconomics.
Emmanouil has designed and delivered several modules at the undergraduate and postgraduate level and is currently module leader for the undergraduate modules Introduction to Econometrics, Econometrics, and Macroeconomics 2, and the postgraduate module Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics. He has also taught Advanced Macroeconomics (postgraduate), Economic Growth (undergraduate and postgraduate), and Analytical Techniques for Finance (postgraduate, module leader for the mathematics, statistics and econometrics component).
Emmanouil has supervised to completion two PhD students and is currently co-supervising two students. He would be interested in supervising PhD dissertations in the areas of empirical macroeconomics and energy economics.
Emmanouil is a member of the Oxford Brookes University Humanities, Environment and Social Sciences (HESS) Sub-Committee which considers applications from research students in Arts, Architecture, Built Environment, Business, Education, English, History of Art, History, Law, Psychology, Philosophy, Publishing, Real Estate & Construction and Social Sciences.