Constantelou Anastasia

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Associate Professor
Member of Faculty
Area of expertise: 
Innovation Management
Short Curriculum vitae: 


Dr Anastasia Constantelou is Associate Professor of Innovation Management at the University of the Aegean, Department of Financial and Management Engineering and Tutor at the MBA Programme of the Hellenic Open University. She holds a BSc in Informatics majoring in Telecommunications from the National Kapodistreian University of Athens (1990), an MSc in Technology and Innovation Management (1992), and a PhD in Science and Technology Policy Studies (1998) both from Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU -currently Science the Technology Policy Research), at the University of Sussex. Prior to her academic appointment, she was a consultant at the OECD on telecommunications regulatory aspects in European periphery and on issues related to telecommunication numbering.  She has also worked as an independent consultant in communication-related projects in Greece and abroad.  She was visiting researcher at IKU Innovation Research Centre, Budapest, Hungary, and Research Fellow at the Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics (LIEE), and at the Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (ICCP) both at the National Technical University of Athens. She has significant experience as a partner in projects funded by the European Commission (EC STREP and ICT Programme). During the years 2000-2008, she was a member of the Organizing Committee of the Greek E-Business Forum - an initiative established under the auspices of the Ministry of Development in Greece. Since 2007, she has been a member of the Programme Committee of the annual European Communications Policy Research Conference (EuroCPR). She is a founding member of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Unit at the University of the Aegean and has successfully organized the Summer Schools of Youth Entrepreneurship in the island of Chios in three consecutive years (2012, 2013, 2014).


Μαθήματα που Διδάσκει στο Πρόγραμμα Προπτυχιακών Σπουδών: 
45 Kountouriotou Str., 82100 Χίος
22710 35461, 35451
22710 35499
Ώρες επικοινωνίας: 
Student Tutorials (Spring Semester 2016-17): Wednesdays, 15:00-18:00
a [dot] konstantelou [at] fme [dot] aegean [dot] gr


Selected Publications

Constantelou, A (2014) "Greece " in Lemstra, W. and Melody, W. (eds) (2014) Dynamics of Broadband Markets in Europe, Cambridge University Press.

Liakeas, K. and A. Constantelou (2013) "Innovation in Business Models of Banks in Europe: Towards a Methodological Approach" in Tsiakis, T., Kargidis, T. and P. Katsaros (eds) (2013) Approaches and Processes for Managing the Economics of Information Systems, IGI Global.

van Audenhove, L., Constantelou, A. and Donders, K. (2012) 'Editors' Introduction', INFO, The journal of policy, regulation and strategy for telecommunications, information and media, Special issue: The Future of Internet Governance, 14(6).

van Audenhove, L., Constantelou, A. and Poel, M. (2011) 'Editors' Introduction', INFO, The journal of policy, regulation and strategy for telecommunications, information and media, Special issue: Online content: Policy and regulation for a global market, 13(6).

Constantelou, A. and van Audenhove, L. (2010) 'Editors' Introduction', INFO, The journal of policy, regulation and strategy for telecommunications, information and media, Special issue: Policies for a digital Europe: Lessons learned and challenges ahead, 12(6).

Thanopoulou, H., Theotokas, I., and A. Constantelou (2010), 'Leading by following: Innovation and post war strategies of Greek shipowners', International Journal of Maritime History (IJMH), XXII, No. 2 (December 2010), 199-225..

Caloghirou, Y., Constantelou, Α. and N. Vonortas (eds) (2006) Knowledge Flows in European Industry. London: Routledge.

Caloghirou, Y., Constantelou, A. and A. Tsakanikas (2004) 'Inter-country technological linkages in European Framework Programmes: A Spur to European Integration?' International Journal of Technology Management, 27(8), 773-790.


Ερευνητικά ενδιαφέροντα: 


The research experience of Dr Anastasia Constantelou is interdisciplinary and stems from the interplay among three broad subject areas: The Political Economy of Information and Communications Technology (ICT), Economics of Technical Change, and Technology and Innovation Management.

Her research interests focus on (a) innovation management and the management of knowledge flows among firms, (b) technology policy issues as applied to the European periphery, (c) the implications of IT-related business management techniques, including e-business tools and methods, on the behavior and performance of firms, and (d) the social, organisational, economic and regulatory factors influencing access to new technologies and participation to the information society.