Nikolaos Milionis is an Assistant Professor of Public Finance Law at Panteion University, Vice-President of the Hellenic Court of Audit, and has been a Member of the European Court of Auditors since 2014. He is actively involved in Chamber I, dealing with the “Sustainable use of natural resources”, over which he also presided from 2018 to 2020. He has served as Member of the Internal Audit Committee, and is Chair of the Court of Auditors’ Arts Committee. He has taught European Financial Law and the Jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union on Fundamental Freedoms at the Hellenic National School for the Judiciary (1998-2012), and Financial Law at the Law School of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (2007-2010).
He has published the following: “Court of Audit: Modern Trends and Evolution” (Nomiki Vivliothiki, 2012, in Greek; 2nd edition, 2020); “Elements of Fiscal and Financial European Law” (A. Sakkoulas, 2008, in Greek); “The Institutional Role of the Hellenic Court of Audit” (A. Sakkoulas, 2002, in Greek; second edition, 2006); “The European Court of Auditors” (A. Sakkoulas, 1999, in Greek); “Accountability in the EU – the financial dimension” (to be published). Recent articles comprise “European economic governance and national policies: from budgetary “self-discipline” to enhanced supervision” (volume in honour of Vasilios Skouris, A. Sakkoulas, Athens-Thessaloniki, 2016, pp. 265-282, in Greek), “Le semestre européen” (Gestion et Finances Publiques, 2016, pp. 124-130, in French), “Regards croisés sur le financement public du monocamérisme en Grèce” (Gestion et finances Publiques ‘‘2e symposium européen des finances publiques: Le financement public des Parlements en Europe en débat’’, No 5, 2018, pp. 26-32, in French) and “Accountability problems in European financial governance” (10th Panhellenic Conference of the Department for Public Administration of Panteion University’s Administrative Science Section on “Public Governance – Outlook and Challenges in the 21st century”, A. Sakkoulas, 2019, pp. 705-718).
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