Department of Hotel and Tourism Management
Cyprus University of Technology
Sotiroula Liasidou has a PhD in Management (with emphasis on Tourism and Air Transport Management) from the University of Exeter, UK, an MSc in Tourism Management from the University of Surrey, UK and a BA (Hons) in Hospitality Management from Middlesex University, UK. Her academic qualifications also include an HND in Hotel and Catering Management from the Higher Hotel Institute of Cyprus. She is also an Associate of the Higher Education Academic (AHEA) of the United Kingdom and an accredited trainer of the Cyprus Human Resources. Currently, she is a Lecturer in the Department of Hotel and Tourism Management, Faculty of Management and Economics, at the Cyprus University of Technology (CUT). Previously, she was employed on full time basis at Intercollege Limassol (affiliated with the University of Nicosia) at the post of Assistant Professor and a Coordinator of Hotel and Tourism Management programs. Concurrently, she was the Link tutor for the MSc in Management of Middlesex University. Moreover, she was a contract lecturer at the University of Exeter, UK as well as a full time Lecturer and Program Coordinator for the BA Tourism Management at American College (Nicosia).
Her current research concentrates on innovation, clusters, knowledge management and accessibility with particular reference to the tourism industry.
Liasidou Sotiroula(2013). Decision-Making for Tourism Destinations: Airline Strategy Influences. Tourism Geographies 15.
Liasidou Sotiroula (2017) Drafting a realistic tourism policy: the airlines’ strategic influence. Tourism Review 72: 28-44.