Department of Business and Public Administration
Cyprus University of Technology
Dr. Markopoulos completed his PhD in the University of Pennsylvania in 2004 studying the mechanism by which consumers receive information about products and services in electronic markets. His professional experience includes the Athens Stock Exchange, IBM Research, and the elite management consulting firm McKinsey & Co, where he consulted for the top management of leading corporations in Europe, USA and Canada. As an academic, he has taught in Cornell University and the Wharton Business School, where he was a visiting Lecturer in 2005. He was a co-founder of Media Society, a technology development firm for electronic media, and holds patents in the field of targeted advertising.
- Management Information Systems - Economics and Electronic Markets - Product information online: mechanisms and market operation - Game Theory
P.M. Markopoulos and E.K. Clemons, 'Reducing Buyers’ Uncertainty about Taste-Related Product Attributes', Journal of Management Information Systems. (2013 30:2 pp. 269-299).
P.M. Markopoulos, R. Aron and L.H. Ungar, 'Product Information Websites: Are they Good for Consumers?', Journal of Management Information Systems (2016 33:3 pp. 624-651).
P.M. Markopoulos and K. Kosanagar, 'A Model of Product Design and Information Disclosure Investments', Management Science (Forthcoming).