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Prof Savvas Papagiannidis

Prof Savvas Papagiannidis

David Goldman Professor of Innovation and Enterprise

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About

Savvas is a graduate of Newcastle University's Physics Department, where he studied for a BSc Honours and a PhD in Theoretical Physics. He has also completed a second Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA), a Masters in Education (Practitioner Enquiry), a Masters in International Studies and a PG Certificate in Academic Practice.

His research interests mainly revolve around electronic business and its various sub-domains and high tech entrepreneurship. More specifically, his research aims to inform our understanding of how e-business technologies affect the social and business environment, organisational strategies and business models, and how these are implemented in terms of functional innovations. His work puts strong emphasis on innovation, new value creation and exploitation of entrepreneurial opportunities, within the context of different industries. Apart from the impact that the Internet and related technologies can have on businesses, he is also very much interested in the impact such technologies can have on individual users.

Among his editorial and reviewing activities, he is an Associate Editor for Technological Forecasting and Social Change and one of the founding editor of the International Journal of Business Science and Applied Management (www.business-and-management.org).

He has started and worked for a number of e-business ventures. In April 2004 he won the ‘Overall Viability Business Award’ and was a runner up in the ‘Science and Technology’ category in the Enterprise Challenge Awards organised by the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. Also, in October 2004, one of the projects he was a leading programmer for was a finalist at the 2004 eCommerce Awards, organised by the DTI.

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Research interests

  • E-business / E-commerce
  • E-marketing / E-retailing
  • E-learning / Higher Education
  • Social/New media & Virtual Worlds
  • Information Systems Management & HCI
  • Adoption, Acceptance and Diffusion of Technologies
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Research Tag Cloud

Doctoral Supervisions

Dinara  DavlembayevaNicole  El MaaloufKonstantina FotiMeltem  Hut Emma LambAnnie LuDavit  MarikyanOla OgunbodedeYing Tueanrat

Memberships

  • Member of the British Academy of Management
  • Member of the Academy of Marketing
  • Member of the UK Academy of Information Systems (UKAIS)
  • Member of Institute of Physics (MInstP)
  • Fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (FRSA)
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)

Roles

  • Elected member of the British Academy of Management Council
  • Chair of the British Academy of Management Ebusiness & Egovernment SIG & Track Chair
  • Member of the UKAIS Board

Past Roles

  • Head of the Marketing, Operations and Systems Subject Group
  • Head of the Innovation and Enterpreneurship and Ebusiness Group
  • Research Group Leader for Innovation Systems
  • Degree Programme Director of MSc Ebusiness (Emarketing and IS)
  • Member of the Alumni Consultative Group and vice-chairman of the NE NUBS Alumni Branch

Teaching

  • E-business
  • Supervisor of UG/PG dissertations

Teaching Philosophy Statement

My aim as teacher is to promote a learner-cantered environment that promotes self-sufficient learners. I see teaching as more than just the road to knowledge and understanding. I see teaching as the vehicle to appreciation of one's ability to think for one's self. The vehicle is not a mechanistic transmission and reception of factual information. It is an adventure, full of discoveries and countless opportunities for exploration. At the same time, it is a continuous re-evaluation of one's norms and paradigms.

Self-sufficient learners are effectively life-long learners, who are well-equipped to go through the long journey of life constantly expanding their horizons. It is not though the destination that matters, but the journey itself. The destination, i.e. knowledge, is waiting patiently to reward the travellers for their courage to embark on the journey, even if, by the time they reach it, they have been rewarded by the countless experiences gained and skills acquired. The riches of knowledge were what the learners sought after and every moment and every step made them wealthier. The sheer excitement of the discoveries though along their path and the passion for pushing their limits further will keep their spirits high and see them through the journey.

But the journey is not without pitfalls. Learners have to constantly monitor and evaluate the journey's direction, if they are to stay on course. For me, knowing what you know is equally important to the knowledge itself, which is why I put a lot of effort in assessing my students in the most effective way. Most importantly, I strive to help them achieve this for themselves. The moment learners can evaluate their selves properly and adequately, that very moment they will be discovering a new source of internal motivation. Knowing you can improve yourself fuels your willingness to address any gaps and shortcomings and correct your journey's course.


Publications

 Eprint: http://eprint.ncl.ac.uk/author_pubs.aspx?author_id=77967


    2018

  1. Papagiannidis S, See-To E, Assimakopoulos D, Yang Y (2018). Identifying industrial clusters with a novel big-data methodology: are SIC codes (not) fit for purpose in the Internet age?. Computers & Operations Research. Vol. 98, pp. 355-366. [Open]
  2. Dermentzi E, Papagiannidis S (2018). Academics? intention to adopt online technologies for public engagement. Internet Research. Vol. 28(1), pp. 191-212. [Open]
  3. Manika D, Gregory-Smith D, Papagiannidis S (2018). The influence of prior knowledge structures on website attitudes and behavioral intentions. Computers in Human Behaviour. Vol. 78, pp. 44-58. [Open]
  4. Lu Y, Papagiannidis S, Alamanos E (2018). Internet of Things: A systematic review of the business literature from the user and organisational perspectives. Technological Forecasting and Social Change. [Open]
  5. Marikyan D, Papagiannidis S, Alamanos E (2018). A Systematic Review of the Smart Home Literature: A user perspective. Technological Forecasting & Social Change. [Open]
  6. Lu Y, Papagiannidis S, Alamanos E (2018). Exploring the emotional antecedents and outcomes of technology acceptance. Computers in Human Behavior. [Open]

  7. 2017

  8. Manika D, Papagiannidis S, Bourlakis M (2017). Understanding the effects of a social media service failure apology: A comparative study of customers vs. potential customers. International Journal of Information Management. Vol. 37(3), pp. 214-228. [Open]
  9. Papagiannidis S, Pantano E, See-To E, Dennis C, Bourlakis M (2017). To immerse or not? Experimenting with two virtual retail environments.. Information Technology & People. Vol. 30(1), pp. 163-188. [Open]
  10. Palamida E, Xanthopoulou D, Papagiannidis S, Stamati T (2017). Exploring intentions towards human, social, and financial capital investments in a turbulent economic environment. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Vol. 18(2), p. 79?90. [Open]
  11. Hajli N, Shanmugam M, Papagiannidis S, Zahay D, Richard M (2017). Branding co-creation with members of online brand communities. Journal of Business Research. Vol. 70, pp. 136-144. [Open]
  12. Dennis C, Bourlakis M, Alamanos E, Papagiannidis S, Brakus J (2017). Value co-creation through multiple shopping channels: The interconnections with social exclusion and wellbeing. International Journal of Electronic Commerce. Vol. 21(4), pp. 517-547. [Open]
  13. Papagiannidis S, Bourlakis M, Alamanos E, Dennis C (2017). Preferences of smart shopping channels and their impact on perceived wellbeing and social inclusion. Computers in Human Behaviour. Vol. 77, pp. 396-405. [Open]
  14. Palamida E, Papagiannidis S, Xanthopoulou D (2017). Linking young individuals? capital to investment intentions: Comparing two cultural backgrounds. European Management Journal. Vol. 36(3), pp. 392-407. [Open]
  15. Apiraksattayakul C, Papagiannidis S, Alamanos E (2017). Shopping via Instagram: The influence of perceptions of value, benefits and risks on purchase intentions. International Journal of Online Marketing. Vol. 7(4) [Open]
  16. Dermentzi E, Papagiannidis S (2017). UK public?s intention to engage with academia via online technologies. Behaviour and Information Technology. Vol. 37(2), pp. 120-132. [Open]

  17. 2016

  18. Dennis C, Alamanos E, Papagiannidis S, Bourlakis M (2016). Does social exclusion influence multiple channel use? The interconnections with community, happiness and well-being. Journal of Business Research. Vol. 69(3), pp. 1061-1070. [Open]
  19. Dennis C, Papagiannidis S, Alamanos E, Bourlakis M (2016). The role of brand attachment strength in higher education. Journal of Business Research. Vol. 69(8), pp. 3049-3057. [Open]
  20. Dermentzi E, Papagiannidis S, Osorio Toro C, Yannopoulou N (2016). Academic engagement: Differences between intention to adopt Social Networking Sites and other online technologies. Computers in Human Behavior. Vol. 61, pp. 321-332. [Open]
  21. Papagiannidis S, Manika D (2016). Political Participation and Engagement via Different Online and Offline Channels. International Journal of E-Business Research. Vol. 12(4), pp. 1-22. [Open]

  22. 2015

  23. Pang G, Casalin F, Papagiannidis S, Muyldermans L, Tse YK (2015). Price determinants for remanufactured electronic products: a case study on eBay UK. International Journal of Production Research. Vol. 53(2), pp. 572-589. [Open]
  24. Manika D, Papagiannidis S, Bourlakis M (2015). Can a CEO's YouTube apology following a service failure win customers' hearts?. Technological Forecasting and Social Change. Vol. 95, pp. 87-95. [Open]
  25. Papagiannidis S, Gebka B, Gertner D, Stahl F (2015). Diffusion of web technologies and practices: A longitudinal study. Technological Forecasting and Social Change. Vol. 96, pp. 308-321. [Open]
  26. Kraus S, Richter C, Papagiannidis S, Durst S (2015). Innovating and exploiting entrepreneurial opportunities in Smart Cities: Evidence from Germany. Creativity and Innovation Management. Vol. 24(4), pp. 601-616. [Open]
  27. Papagiannidis S, Bourlakis M (2015). Special Issue Theme: "Social Media: A revolution in communication". Technological Forecasting and Social Change. Vol. 95, pp. 1-2. [Open]
  28. Papagiannidis S, Stamati T, Behr H (2015). Greek politicians and the Use of Online Technologies for Citizen Engagement. Public Affairs and Administration: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications. Vol. 3, pp. 1255-1273. [Open]

  29. 2014

  30. Papagiannidis S, See-To E, Bourlakis M (2014). Virtual Test-driving: The impact of simulated products on purchase intention. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services. Vol. 21(5), pp. 877-887. [Open]
  31. See-To E, Papagiannidis S, Westland JC (2014). The moderating role of income on consumers' preferences and usage for online and offline payment methods. Electronic Commerce Research. Vol. 14(2), pp. 189-213. [Open]
  32. Palamida E, Papagiannidis S, Xanthopoulou D, Stamati T (2014). Capital, motives and their link to investment intentions: The moderating role of the financial crisis in Greece. Journal of Small Business Management. Vol. 53(Suppl. 1), pp. 115-144. [Open]
  33. Papagiannidis S, Stamati T, Behr H (2014). Greek politicians and the use of online technologies for citizen engagement. Integrating Social Media into Business Practice, Applications, Management, and Models. pp. 127-145. [Open]
  34. Papagiannidis S, Stamati T, Behr H (2014). Online engagement and impact: The case of Greek politicians during the financial crisis. Digital Arts and Entertainment: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications. Vol. 3, pp. 1217-1237. [Open]

  35. 2013

  36. Alshamaila Y, Papagiannidis S, Li F (2013). Cloud Computing Adoption by SMEs in the North East of England: A multi-perspective framework. Journal of Enterprise Information Management. Vol. 26(3), pp. 250-275. [Open]
  37. Papagiannidis S, Pantano E, See-To E, Bourlakis M (2013). Modelling the determinants of a simulated experience in a virtual retail store and users' product purchasing intentions. Journal of Marketing Management. Vol. 29(13-14), pp. 1462-1492. [Open]
  38. Behr H; Papagiannidis S; Stamati T (2013). Online engagement and impact: The case of Greek politicians during the financial crisis. International Journal of E-Business Research. Vol. 9(4), pp. 47-66. [Open]

  39. 2012

  40. Xanthopoulou D, Papagiannidis S (2012). Play online, work better? Examing the spillover of active learning and transformational leadership. Technological Forecasting and Social Change. Vol. 79(7), pp. 1328-1339. [Open]
  41. See-To E, Papagiannidis S, Cho V (2012). User experience on mobile video appreciation: how to engross users and to enhance their enjoyment in watching mobile video clips. Technological Forecasting and Social Change. Vol. 79(8), pp. 1484-1494. [Open]
  42. Papagiannidis S; Xanthopoulou D (2012). Games-Work Interaction: The Beneficial Impact of Computer Games on Work Behaviors. The Psychology of Digital Media at Work. [Open]
  43. Papagiannidis S, Coursaris C, Bourlakis M (2012). Do websites influence the nature of voting intentions? The case of two national elections in Greece. Computers in Human Behavior. Vol. 28(2), pp. 300-307. [Open]

  44. 2011

  45. Papagiannidis S (2011). Adopting online taster courses in postgraduate recruitment: The case of a British business school. Studies in Higher Education. Vol. 38(7), pp. 1058-1078. [Open]
  46. Papagiannidis S, Riedler C, Fink M, Kraus S (2011). Forschungsleistungen der deutschsprachigen Entrepreneurship-Forschung. Zeitschrift für KMU und Entrepreneurship. Vol. 59(4), pp. 301-322. [Open]

  47. 2010

  48. Li F, Papagiannidis S, Bourlakis M (2010). Living in 'multiple spaces': extending our socioeconomic environment through virtual worlds. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. Vol. 28(3), pp. 425-446. [Open]
  49. Papagiannidis S, Bourlakis M (2010). Staging the new retail drama: At a metaverse near you!. Journal of Virtual Worlds Research. Vol. 2(5), pp. 3-17. [Open]

  50. 2009

  51. Papagiannidis S, Berry J, Theodoulou T (2009). A tale of e-business models: from the music to the television industry. Emergent strategies for e-business processes, services, and implications: advancing corporate frameworks. Vol. 3, pp. 104-122. [Open]
  52. Papagiannidis S, Bourlakis M, Li F (2009). I have an avatar therefore I exist. Electronic Commerce Research. Vol. 9(1-2), pp. 1-2. [Open]
  53. Papagiannidis S, Li F, Etzkowitz H, Clouser M (2009). Entrepreneurial Networks: A Triple Helix Approach for Brokering Human and Social Capital. Journal of International Entrepreneurship. Vol. 7(3), pp. 215-235. [Open]
  54. Coursaris C, Papagiannidis S (2009). Online political marketing in Greece: An evaluation of the 2007 national elections and two case studies. Computers in Human Behavior. Vol. 25(4), pp. 853-861. [Open]
  55. Bourlakis M, Papagiannidis S, Li F (2009). Retail spatial evolution: Paving the way from traditional to metaverse retailing. Electronic Commerce Research. Vol. 9(1-2), pp. 135-148. [Open]
  56. Theodoulou T, Papagiannidis S (2009). Still watching other people's programmes? The case of current TV. International Journal of e-Business Research. Vol. 5(4), pp. 55-67. [Open]

  57. 2008

  58. Papagiannidis S, Bourlakis MA (2008). Advertising in the networked environment: Implications for fair use, media convergence and consumer privacy. Encyclopedia of Information Ethics and Security. pp. 15-22. [Open]
  59. Bourlakis M, Papagiannidis S, Fox H (2008). Trusting the Avatar: An examination of trust and risk factors in electronic and virtual retailing. Trust and New Technologies: Marketing and Management on the Internet and Mobile Media. pp. 40-55. [Open]
  60. Papagiannidis S, Bourlakis MA, Li F (2008). Fulfilling the e-supply chain of digital print. International Journal of Information Technology and Management. Vol. 7(1), p. 98?112. [Open]
  61. Woerndl M, Papagiannidis S, Bourlakis MA, Li F (2008). Internet-induced marketing techniques: Critical factors of viral marketing. International Journal of Business Science and Applied Management. Vol. 3(1), pp. 33-45. [Open]
  62. Papagiannidis S (2008). Is it really possible to think strategically about assessment?. International Journal of Management Education. Vol. 6(3), pp. 5-12. [Open]
  63. Berry J, Papagiannidis S (2008). Live Music and Performances in a Virtual World. Encyclopedia of Multimedia Technology and Networking. pp. 849-853. [Open]
  64. Papagiannidis S (2008). From 2D to 3D: Making the transition from web to metaverse retailing. Cutter IT Journal. Vol. 21(9), pp. 14-18. [Open]
  65. Bourlakis M, Papagiannidis S, Fox H (2008). E-consumer behaviour: Past, present and future trajectories of an evolving retail revolution. International Journal of e-Business Research. Vol. 4(3), pp. 64-76. [Open]
  66. Martin K, Papagiannidis S, Li F, Bourlakis M, Cook S, Hansell A (2008). Early challenges of implementing an e-commerce system in a medical supply company: A case experience from a knowledge transfer partnership (KTP). International Journal of Information Management. Vol. 28(1), pp. 68-75. [Open]
  67. Papagiannidis S, Bourlakis M, Li F (2008). Making real money in virtual worlds: MMORPGs and emerging business opportunities, challenges and ethical implications in metaverses. Technological Forecasting and Social Change. Vol. 75(5), pp. 610-622. [Open]

  68. 2007

  69. Papagiannidis S, Berry J (2007). What has been learned from emergent music business models?. International Journal of E-Business Research. Vol. 3(3), pp. 25-42. [Open]
  70. Barlow A, Duncan P, Li F, Papagiannidis S (2007). Editorial: New Frontiers in e-Business and e-Government: Emerging opportunities and Challenges. International Journal of Business Science and Applied Management. Vol. 2(1), pp. 3-8. [Open]
  71. Li F, Papagiannidis S, Barlow A, Duncan P (2007). New Frontiers in e-Business and e-Government. International Journal of Business Science and Applied Management. Vol. 2(1), pp. 1-2. [Open]

  72. 2006

  73. Papagiannidis S, Li F (2006). Netservey: mixed-mode surveys without the practicalities. Handbook of Research on Electronic Surveys and Measurements. pp. 222-229. [Open]
  74. Papagiannidis S; Li F; Carr J (2006). United Kingdom: Current M-Commerce Developments and Future Prospects. M-Commerce: Global Experiences and Perspectives. pp. 220-239. [Open]
  75. Papagiannidis S (2006). So, you think you are not an entrepreneur?. Management Online Review. (October) [Open]
  76. Papagiannidis S, Berry J, Li F (2006). Well beyond streaming video: IPv6 and the next generation television. Technological Forecasting and Social Change. Vol. 73(5), pp. 510-523. [Open]

  77. 2005

  78. Papagiannidis S, Li F (2005). Management and delivery of digital print via the web: A case study of Gaia Fulfilment. International Journal of Cases of Electronic Commerce. Vol. 1(1), pp. 1-18. [Open]
  79. Papagiannidis S, Bex A (2005). Challenging best practices in (e)business development. WSEAS Transactions on Information Science and Applications. Vol. 2(10), pp. 1715-1722. [Open]
  80. Papagiannidis S, Berry J, Petchey T (2005). The long and winding road? Ebusiness models for small independent record labels. WSEAS Transactions on Information Science and Applications. Vol. 2(10), pp. 1723-1730. [Open]
  81. Papagiannidis S, Li F (2005). Skills brokerage: A new model for business start-ups in the networked economy. European Management Journal. Vol. 23(4), pp. 471-482. [Open]

  82. 2004

  83. Goss JP, Briddon PR, Papagiannidis S, Jones R (2004). Interstitial nitrogen and its complexes in diamond. Physical Review B. Vol. 70(23) [Open]

Conference Presentations


    2018

  1. Ogunbodede O, Papagiannidis S, Alamanos E (2018). Value Co-destruction: A Resource and Practices Perspective.. Global Conference on Creating Value.
  2. Manika D, Papagiannidis S, Bourlakis M (2018). Environmental Sustainability and Public Policy Compliance: A Study of the UK?s Single-use Bag Charge Policy. Summer Conference of the American Marketing Association Conference.
  3. Marikyan D, Papagiannidis S, Alamanos E (2018). Smart Homes Acceptance: An empirical study. British Academy of Management 2018 Conference.
  4. Davlembayeva D, Papagiannidis S, Alamanos E (2018). Defining and analysing the dimensions of the sharing economy.. British Academy of Management 2018 Conference.
  5. Maalouf NE, Bahemia H, Papagiannidis S (2018). The firm level antecedents of open innovation: A dynamic capability perspective.. British Academy of Management 2018 Conference.

  6. 2017

  7. Yang Y, Papagiannidis S, See-To E, Assimakopoulos D (2017). Towards A Big Data Approach For Identifying Economic Clusters. British Academy of Management 2017 Conference.
  8. Osorio C, Wilson R, Papagiannidis S (2017). Social Networking Sites Withdrawal. International Conference on Social Informatics (SocInfo 2017). Vol. 10539 LNCS, pp. 391-408.

  9. 2016

  10. Dermentzi E, Papagiannidis S, Osorio C, Yannopoulou N (2016). Academics' Intention to Adopt SNS for Engagement within Academia. 12th International Conference on Web Information Systems and Technologies. pp. 219-228.
  11. Dennis C, Papagiannidis S, Alamanos E, Bourlakis M (2016). The role of brand attachment and its antecedents in brand equity in higher education. Academy of Marketing Science Annual Conference.
  12. Dennis C, Papagiannidis S, Alamanos E, Bourlakis M (2016). The role of brand attachment strength in higher education. 23rd International Conference on Recent Advances in Retailing and Services Science, EIRASS.
  13. Dermentzi E, Papagiannidis S (2016). Academics? Intention to Adopt Online Technologies for Public Engagement.. Engage HEI 2016 Conference.
  14. Lu Y, Papagiannidis S, Alamanos E (2016). A Study of the Internet of Things from the Users? Perspective. British Academy of Management 2016.

  15. 2015

  16. Alamanos E, Dennis C, Papagiannidis S, Bourlakis M (2015). Value Co-Creation through multiple shopping channels: The interconnections with social exclusion and wellbeing. AMA/ACRA Triennial Conference.
  17. Alamanos E, Dennis C, Papagiannidis S, Bourlakis M (2015). Value Co-Creation, Shopping Channels, Social Exclusion and Wellbeing. 22nd International Conference on Recent Advances in Retailing and Services Science.
  18. Palamida E, Papagiannidis S, Xanthopoulou D, Trainer G (2015). Autonomous Motivation And Autonomy Support Among Students: Applying The Trans-contextual Model In An Entrepreneurial Educational Setting. Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference.
  19. Palamida E, Papagiannidis S, Xanthopoulou D (2015). Linking Capital to Investment Intentions: Applying the Theory of Planned Behaviour in Different Cultural Backgrounds. Eleventh Biennial Conference on Entrepreneurship EDII.
  20. Richter C, Papagiannidis S, Kraus S, Durst S (2015). Exploring Smart City Innovation: The case of 12 German entrepreneurs. British Academy of Management 2015 Conference.

  21. 2014

  22. Osorio C, Papagiannidis S (2014). Main factors for joining new social networking sites. Human-Computer Interaction 16th International Conference 2014.
  23. Alamanos E, Charles D, Papagiannidis S, Bourlakis M (2014). Social Exclusion, Shopping and Well Being: A three - shopping channel approach. 2014 Shopper Marketing & Pricing Conference.
  24. Dermentzi E, Papagiannidis S (2014). Use of ICT for Research Dissemination and Stakeholder Engagement. 19th UKAIS Conference on Information Systems.
  25. Palamida E, Papagiannidis S, Xanthopoulou D, Trainer G (2014). From University entrepreneurial education to venture creation intentions: The role of autonomous motivation and autonomy support. European Academy of Management (EURAM) 2014 Conference.
  26. Dermentzi E, Osorio C, Papagiannidis S, Yannopoulou N (2014). Exploring academics? intention to adopt Social Networking Sites for engagement and impact. British Academy of Management 2014 Conference.
  27. Dennis C, Alamanos E, Papagiannidis S, Bourlakis M (2014). Investigating the effect of retail operations on consumer's social inclusion and wellbeing. British Academy of Management 2014 Conference.
  28. Papagiannidis S, Gebka B, Gertner D, Stahl F (2014). Longitudinally studying the diffusion of web technologies. Second Pan IIM ? World Management Conference.
  29. Osorio C, Papagiannidis S (2014). Main factors for joining new social networking sites. First International Conference on HCI in Business (HCIB 2014). Vol. 8527, pp. 221-232.

  30. 2013

  31. Alshamaileh Y, Papagiannidis S, Stamati T (2013). Cloud computing adoption in Greece. 18th UKAIS Conference on Information Systems.
  32. Xanthopoulou D, Lemonaki R, Stamati T, Papagiannidis S (2013). The Crossover of Task Performance and Work Engagement: A Study among Leaders and their Subordinates. 16th Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology.
  33. Papagiannidis S, Manika D (2013). Social media and political participation in Greece during the financial crisis. 42nd European Marketing Academy Conference (EMAC).
  34. Palamida E, Papagiannidis S, Xanthopoulou D (2013). Analysing individuals? investment intentions: An application of the extended Theory of Planned Behaviour model in the Greek context. European Academy of Management Conference (EURAM).
  35. Manika D, Papagiannidis S, Bourlakis M (2013). The effects of a CEO's YouTube apology for service failure on customer's behavioural intentions.. British Academy of Management Conference.
  36. Roelofse E, Pereira JC, Yannopoulou N, Papagiannidis S (2013). Clan Marketing: Tribal marketing and the implications for retaining and recruiting members for a social enterprise . 12th International Colloquium on Nonprofit, Arts, Heritage, and Social Marketing.

  37. 2012

  38. Alshamaileh Y, Papagiannidis S, Li F (2012). Cloud Computing Adoption: An exploratory Study. 8th International Conference on Web Infromation Systems and Technologies (WEBIST).
  39. Palamida E, Papagiannidis S, Xanthopoulou D, Stamati T (2012). Revisiting the skills brokerage business model: An application to the Greek Financial Crisis. British Academy of Management Annual Conference.
  40. Papagiannidis S, Stamati T, Behr H (2012). Social Media and Politics: Engaging and Influencing voters. British Academy of Management Annual Conference.
  41. Palamida E, Papagianindis S, Xantopoulou D, Stamati T (2012). Predicting entrepreneurial team formation intentionality: Applying the Theory of Planned Behaviour. Annual Conference of the EuroMed Academy of Business.
  42. Palamida E, Papagiannidis S, Xanthopoulou D (2012). Studying entrepreneurial team formation from an individual perspective: The role of human, social, financial capital and motives.. 14th International Behavioral Ecology Congress (ISBE).

  43. 2011

  44. Xanthopoulou D, Papagiannidis S (2011). Play Online, Work Better? Spillover of Active Learning and Transformational Leadership. European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology.
  45. Papagiannidis S; Palamida E; Xanthopoulou D (2011). Brokering skills for well-being. British Academy of Management.
  46. Papagiannidis S; Osorio C (2011). Towards understanding micro-social networks. British Academy of Management.

  47. 2010

  48. Papagiannidis S, Coursaris C, Bourlakis M (2010). Do web sites affect voting decisions? Exploring the findings from two general elections in Greece. British Academy of Management 2010 Conference.
  49. King A, Stahl F, Papagiannidis S (2010). Using the Internet Archive for measuring web site change: A methodology. Annual London Business Research Conference.

  50. 2009

  51. Papagiannidis S, Bourlakis MA (2009). Experiencing metaverse retailing: A glimpse of the future?. IABE-2009 Greece Summer Conference.
  52. Papagiannidis S, Appleby S (2009). An evaluation of online video services. British Academy of Management 2009 Conference.
  53. Kraus S, Papagiannidis S, Fink M (2009). Publikationspräferenzen und -leistungen deutschsprachiger Entrepreneurship-Forscher - Eine vorläufige Analyse anhand des VHB Jourqual 2008-Rankings (Publication Preferences and Performance of German-speaking Entrepreneurship Researchers - A Preliminary Analysis on the Basis of the VHB Jourqual 2008 Ranking). 13th Annual Interdisciplinary Entrepreneurship Conference.

  54. 2008

  55. Li F, Papagiannidis S, Bourlakis M (2008). Living in ?Multiple Spaces?: MMORPGS and their Business Implications. Academy of Management Conference.
  56. Papagiannidis S, Coursaris C (2008). An examination of candidate Web sites as a political campaigning tool in the 2007 Greek national elections. British Academy of Management 2008 Conference.
  57. Bourlakis MA, Papagiannidis S (2008). Examining the intertwined spatial relationships in food retailing: The case of Second Life. 2nd International European Forum on System Dynamics.

  58. 2007

  59. Papagiannidis S, Bourlakis MA (2007). The Consumer Ethics of the Virtual Environment: An Aetiology. IRMA International Conference. pp. 156-158.
  60. Papagiannidis S, Bourlakis MA, Vafopoulos M (2007). Banking in Second Life: Marketing Opportunities and Repercussions. Paper presented at the 1st Biannual International Conference: Strategic Developments in Services Marketing.
  61. Papagiannidis S, Bourlakis MA, Li F (2007). From E-retailing to Meta-retailing: Evolution or Revolution?. British Academy of Management Conference.

  62. 2006

  63. Berry J, Papagiannidis S (2006). Technology: promise or threat? The digitisation of the music industry supply chain. Logistics Research Network.

  64. 2005

  65. Petchey T, Papagiannidis S (2005). The impact of the Internet on small independent record labels: an exploratory study. 5th WSEAS International Conference on Distant Learning and Web Engineering.
  66. Papagiannidis S, Bex A (2005). Entrepreneurial E-Business Development: Mercenary Risk Theory. 5th WSEAS International Conference on Distant Learning and Web Engineering.

  67. 2004

  68. Papagiannidis S, Berry J, Li F (2004). Possible impact and implications of Internet Protocol 6 on Television Broadcasts. 27th ISBA Conference.

Funded Projects

Total Funding: £461,771


2018

  • Research: Privacy-Aware Cloud Ecosystems (PACE)
    Many people using cloud computing services often entrust their data and identity without realising that service providers may share the data with other services, such as analytics and advertisers. This is likely to be greatly exacerbated by the expansion of internet-connected devices. This interdisciplinary project aims to address challenges facing the capacity of users to give informed consent to the use, sharing and re-purposing of data through a mobile software ‘container’ that will securely log all access instances, thereby improving transparency, creating an audit trail of providers and facilitating greater trust between users and service providers. The project, involving Cardiff University, Newcastle University and UCL, will develop novel computational methods to better ensure that cloud providers can enhance data privacy and will provide the basis for conforming to recently-introduced General Data Protection Regulation requirements.
    People: Prof Savvas Papagiannidis (Co-I) (£109,268)
    Funder: EPSRC
    Duration: 06/2018 - 06/2021
    Budget: £1,145,552

  • Research: Knowledge Transfer Partnership
    Digitally transforming the company through branding and co-creation
    People: Prof Savvas Papagiannidis (PI) (£137,099), Prof Natalia Yannopoulou (Co-I)
    Funder: Innovate UK
    Duration: 04/2018 - 04/2020
    Budget: £137,099

  • Research: Smart Homes
    Studying acceptance and dissonance in a Smart Home setting
    People: Prof Savvas Papagiannidis (PI) (£1,250)
    Funder: Newcastle University Business School
    Duration: 04/2018 - 07/2018
    Budget: £1,250

  • Impact: Creative Fuse Innovation Project: Skills Match
    Brokering of human and social capital
    People: Prof Savvas Papagiannidis (Co-I) (£4,750)
    Funder: Creative Fuse
    Duration: 02/2018 - 06/2018
    Budget: £4,750


  • 2017

  • T&L: Teaching Development Grant 2016-19 (Larger-Scale Collaborative Project)
    An Online Competitive and Collaborative-based Approach for Developing Multi-Disciplinary and Internationalised Learning Experience
    People: Prof Savvas Papagiannidis (Co-I) (£4,300)
    Funder: HKP
    Duration: 09/2017 - 09/2019
    Budget: £60,190


  • 2016

  • Research: North East Fuse
    Map the art business clusters
    People: Prof Savvas Papagiannidis (£2,900)
    Funder: Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC)
    Duration: 03/2016 - 09/2018


  • 2015

  • Capacity Building: British Academy of Management E-business and E-government SIG Doctoral/ ECR Workshops
    Organise 5 doctoral and early career research workshops on e-business and e-government
    People: Prof Savvas Papagiannidis (PI) (£11,500)
    Funder: Society for the Advancement of Management Studies & Universities
    Duration: 11/2015 - 11/2014
    Budget: £11,500

  • T&L: ULTSEC Innovation Fund: Strategic projects
    CrowdSkills online platform
    People: Prof Savvas Papagiannidis (PI) (£6,060)
    Funder: Newcastle University
    Duration: 06/2015 - 06/2016
    Budget: £6,060


  • 2014

  • Research: Post-retirement entrepreneurship
    Study the psychological process that determines post-retirement entrepreneurial intention
    People: Prof Savvas Papagiannidis (PI) (£1,250)
    Funder: Newcastle University Institute of Social Renewal
    Duration: 12/2014 - 06/2015
    Budget: £1,250

  • Engagement: Engage CMS
    Create an online engagement platform.
    People: Prof Savvas Papagiannidis (£25,000)
    Funder: Newcastle University Enterprise Activity Support Fund
    Duration: 03/2014 - 07/2014
    Budget: £25,000

  • Research: Enhancing the online brand experience
    Research Fund application.
    People: Prof Savvas Papagiannidis (PI) (£1,000)
    Funder: Newcastle University Business School
    Duration: 03/2014 - 06/2014
    Budget: £1,000


  • 2013

  • Research: Research Internships
    The user of space by a social enterprise / Social media and engagement
    People: Prof Savvas Papagiannidis (PI) (£3,000)
    Funder: Newcastle University Business School
    Duration: 06/2013 - 08/2013
    Budget: £3,000

  • Research: Research and Engagement Projects on Social RenewalEngagement Projects on Social Renewal
    5 projects funded on research and engagement related to Social Renewal
    People: Prof Savvas Papagiannidis (PI) (£4,350)
    Funder: Newcastle University Institute of Social Renewal
    Duration: 06/2013 - 07/2013
    Budget: £4,350


  • 2012

  • Research: Research Internships
    Web Site Change: Studying the diffusion of Internet technologies
    People: Prof Savvas Papagiannidis (PI) (£3,000)
    Funder: Newcastle University Business School
    Duration: 04/2012 - 07/2012
    Budget: £3,000


  • 2010

  • Research: Virtual reality experiment
    Study experimentally 3D product authenticity
    People: Prof Savvas Papagiannidis (PI) (£3,000)
    Funder: Newcastle University
    Duration: 09/2010 - 08/2011
    Budget: £3,000

  • T&L: Teaching and Innovation Fund Award
    Online research methods module
    People: Prof Savvas Papagiannidis (PI) (£4,500)
    Funder: Newcastle University
    Duration: 04/2010 - 02/2011
    Budget: £4,500


  • 2009

  • T&L: Teaching and Innovation Fund Award
    Delivery of online taster courses
    People: Prof Savvas Papagiannidis (PI) (£5,000)
    Funder: Newcastle University
    Duration: 10/2009 - 04/2009
    Budget: £5,000

  • Consultancy: Business Voucher Scheme
    To improve the online presence and services of a local SME.
    People: Prof Savvas Papagiannidis (PI) (£4,000)
    Funder: Newcastle University
    Duration: 10/2009 - 01/2010
    Budget: £4,000


  • 2008

  • Research: Research Fellowship
    Online video services
    People: Prof Savvas Papagiannidis (PI) (£4,500)
    Funder: British Telecoms
    Duration: 11/2008 - 02/2009
    Budget: £4,500


  • 2006

  • T&L: HASS Faculty Teaching Fellowship
    Develop a management information system to facilitate institutional assessment strategies.
    People: Prof Savvas Papagiannidis (PI) (£12,000)
    Funder: Newcastle University
    Duration: 10/2006 - 03/2007
    Budget: £12,000

  • Engagement: Online platform
    Working with BAM Council and BAM Executive to specify, design, develop and implement an online resource portal for the British Academy of Management.
    People: Prof Savvas Papagiannidis (Co-I) (£15,000)
    Funder: British Academy of Management
    Duration: 03/2006 - 09/2006
    Budget: £15,000


  • 2005

  • Research: Knowledge Transfer Partnership
    To map and re-engineer the company's key business processes and put in place the supporting IT and e-business systems in order to improve competitiveness and customer services and reduce costs and lead-time.
    People: Prof Savvas Papagiannidis (Co-I) (£99,044)
    Funder: DTI, ESRC
    Duration: 06/2005 - 06/2007
    Budget: £99,044