Social Impact

AUEB’s social impact comprises one of its most strongly-held values and shapes its identity, its strategy and its everyday operations. The adoption of this value has two complementary and mutually-reinforcing objectives. On the one hand, AUEB aims to educate and develop responsible, scientifically-competent researchers, professionals and citizens who will act and lead, guided by the principles of sustainability and social responsibility. On the other hand, it also aims to render the University a research and educational institution that provides added value to the sustainable development of the economy and of society in general.

THE UNITED NATIONS' 17 SUSTANABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS (SDGs)

In September 2015, the 193 member states of the United Nations adopted a plan to achieve a better future for all people, charting a course for the next 15 years aimed at eradicating extreme poverty, combatting inequality and injustice, and protecting our planet. At the heart of the “2030 Agenda” are the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – and 169 specific targets related to these SDGs – which refer to the greatest challenges of our times: economic, social, environmental and those relating to governance.

 



 

Additional information relating to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals is available at http://auebvolunteers.gr/sdgs/.

AUEB CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

The strategic indicators of the University according to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations, as well as their respective values collected during the two years 2018-19, are summarized in the following Table.

 

AUEB’s CSR Performance Indicators

 

AUEB’s CSR Performance Indicators

Calendar year 2018 / academic year 2018-19

Calendar year 2019 / academic year 2019-20

1. Volunteering projects of "AUEB Volunteers"

48

43

2. Number of volunteers/participants in AUEB Volunteers projects

2,073

2,309

3. Number of courses around CSR, Business and Social Ethics etc

23

33

4. Number of research publications around CSR

43

53

5. Number of research projects around CSR

21

23

6. Number of partnerships with private and public stakeholders around the SDGs

8

10

7. Number of seminars, events, competitions, workshops and conferences around CSR

15

13

 

 

THE 17 SDGs @ AUEB 

Within the context of its social activities, AUEB develops actions in accordance with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals through its:

  • Internal guidelines, procedures and services
  • Curricula at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels
  • Research activities
  • Organization of informational events and conferences on a regular basis; participation in relevant networks and fora; and cooperation with organizations which aim to promote the achievement of the SDGs, such as CSR Hellas, Principles for Responsible Management Education, AIESEC and others
  • Volunteer Programme, which provides the opportunity for members of the University community – students, teaching and administrative staff – to plan and participate in actions aimed at achieving the SDGs.

The priority goals for AUEB are as follows:

   

 

Presented below are the University’s activities with regard to each of the 17 SDGs (click on each goal for more details):

Last updated: 20 January 2021

  1. Community volunteering “AUEB Volunteers”: in partnership with the NGOs Steps, Fabric Republic and Fenareti, AUEB participated in volunteering activities that supported the homeless, new mothers in need and people in general that cannot afford food and clothing.
  2. Scholarships: we provided tuition fee scholarships to poor students of our bachelor and masters programs, through funds that are either provided by the University of managed by us.
  3. Events: we organized a Christmas Bazaar, a theatre play for “SOS Children Village” and provided monetary donations to poor children through Kivotos and SOS villages.
  4. Media awareness: through AUEB’s newspaper “OPAnews” as well as several press releases we raised awareness on the topic of poverty through interviews, scientific articles written by our faculty members as well as communicated our volunteering, events and scholarships program to our stakeholders.

 

 

 

 

Last updated: 2 December 2020

Community volunteering “AUEB Volunteers”: we acted in partnership with the NGO Boroume, which fights food waste and supported them in their daily operations, as well as in their project that connects local farm producers with organizations and people in need.

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  1. Community volunteering “AUEB Volunteers”: We acted in partnership with:
  • MDA, which supports patient of neuromuscular diseases, in their Summer Bazaar & Ladies’ lunch as well as the Official Athens Marathon
  • “Positive Voice”, which supports HIV/AIDS patients, to raise awareness to Greek people around HIV, AIDS and other Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
  • Make-A-Wish, which materializes wishes of children with terminal illnesses, for their Easter bazaar, as well as their annual event “Wish Star”.
  • Hatzipaterio, which supports children with mental disabilities, in their annual fundraising event
  • Safe Water Sports in order to educate children around water safety.
  • The Organizing Committee of the Official Marathon in Athens and the Official Half-Marathon, in order for our volunteers to support various posts in the 4 events of 2018 and 2019
  • GivMed,  an organization that makes sure that medicine is not wasted and is provided to people in need
  • Angelman syndrome association, where we supported the annual assembly of patients and their families. The student Photography team of AUEB captured the event with a set of photos under the theme “The smile of a child”.
  • Anasa, Prolepsis and AUEB’ Psychological Counseling team in order to host an event around healthy nutrition and eating disorders for the University’s community members
  • Panos Milonas Road Safety Institute in order to educate young people, outside of clubs, about the importance of no driving, when drinking
  • Pharmacists of the world, in order to collect medicine for people in need
  • Children’s Hospital of Panagioti & Aglaia Kyriakou for the bi annual blood donation event
  1. AUEB’s internal rules and regulation pays special attention to the health and safety standards of staff and students of AUEB at its premises, thus making it a safe place for people to work and learn.
  2. Doctor and Mental Health Advisor: Since 2001, AUEB offers doctor and mental health advisory services to its members, free of charge.
  3. Social welfare and psychological support team: The team aims at supporting students in need, in order to support their mental health and support them in case they face any challenges. They organize workshops, provide one-to-one counseling and group discussions on topics of the students’ particular interest and needs.
  4. Events:
  • We organized two 2-day Health Awareness events and several other shorter info-seminars at our premises in order to educate our community on blood donation, bone marrow donation, breast cancer, and HIV/AIDS.
  • Twice a year we organize Blood Donation at our premises in cooperation with the Children’s Hospital “Panayioti & Aglaia Kyriakou”.
  • We organized a donation of saliva sample event in order for our community members to register themselves at the Bone Marrow donors’ database, in cooperation with “Orama Elpidas” NGO.
  1. Research: The relevant publications of the teaching and research staff of AUEB can be found in section “Research on SDGs” of the report. In addition, several members of the faculty organize seminars around diverse health related issues, such as biostatistics, health economics, CoViD-19 etc
  2. Media awareness: through AUEB’s newspaper “OPAnews” as well as several press releases we raised awareness on the topic of poverty through interviews, scientific articles written by our faculty members as well as communicated our volunteering, events and scholarships program to our stakeholders.

 

Last updated: 2 December 2020

  1. Community Volunteering “AUEB Volunteers”:
  • In collaboration with the Municipality of Athens, we donated school supply to the 5,000 pupils of schools in the city
  • We provided free tutoring on school subjects, English and computer skills to young pupils, immigrants or Greeks with economic difficulties, in collaboration with the NGOs Caritas Hellas, Be the Miracle, Revive Greece, Metadrasi, Zaatar and the Municipality of Athens.
  • We organized a training day for the AUEB Volunteers (AUEB Volunteers Day), i.e. students, with the objective to train them on decision making, critical thinking and career orientation skills. Also, in cooperation with ACEin, we organized UniChallenge, an event to train them on innovation and entrepreneurship though the implementation of design thinking.
  1. AUEB’s Mission & Strategic Goals: 
    According to its Internal Constitution and Regulations, AUEB’s mission is to provide services and continuous training to its students, in order to improve the level of their education. There are three offices that particularly take care of supporting students in their studies: the career office, the teaching support unit, as well as a faculty member per Department, who can advise any student 24/7.
  2. Educational Programs core principles: responsibility and sustainability: 
    AUEB Schools have adapted their curricula in order to incorporate the principles of responsible management and sustainability. Students are familiarized with the concept of Responsible Entrepreneurship and Management and are informed about issues of sustainability and corporate social responsibility. In this way, they are given the necessary stimuli that encourage their participation in sustainability initiatives and corporate social responsibility. Apart from the specific courses enriched by the curricula, the teaching staff enriches the content of their courses with invited speakers and case studies.

More specifically, for each curriculum (undergraduate, postgraduate) below are listed the courses that refer exclusively to the issues of Responsibility, Sustainability and CSR for the academic years 2019-2020:

Undergraduate Study Programs:

  • Environmental Economics - Department of International & European Economic Studies
  • Corporate Ethics and Responsibility - Department of Marketing & Communication
  • Statistical Methods for the Environment & Ecology - Department of Statistics
  • Business Ethics - Department of Accounting & Finance
  • Social Entrepreneurship - Department of Business Organization & Administration
  • Public Relations & Business Ethics - Department of Business Organization & Administration

Postgraduate Study Programs:

  • Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility - MSc Human Resources Management
  • Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Energy - MBA Business Administration with International Orientation
  • International Strategies and Sustainability Reports - MBA Business Administration with International Orientation
  • Business Ethics and Corporate Governance – MBA Business Administration with International Orientation
  • Financial Management of Energy Resources - MBA Business Administration with International Orientation
  • Strategic Transformation in the Health Sector - MBA Business Administration with International Orientation
  • Leadership and Responsibility - MSc Public Policy & Administration
  • Ethics and Corruption in the Public Sector - MSc Public Policy & Administration
  • Legal, Ethical and Policy Issues in data science - MSc in Data Science
  • Environmental Economics - Department of Economics
  • Environmental Planning and Sustainable Development - Master in Business Administration
  • Energy Transformation and Renewable Energy Sources - Master in Business Administration
  • Energy Financial Markets Law - Master in Business Administration
  • Financial Derivatives in the Energy Market - Master in Business Administration
  • Medical Statistics - MSc in Applied Statistics
  • Fraud: Methods of Analysis and Prevention - MSc in Financial Management
  • Energy Economics - MSc in Economics and Law in Energy Markets
  • Energy Law - MSc in Finance and Energy Markets Law
  • Economics of Natural Resources and the Environment - MSc in Economics and Law in Energy Markets

  • Environmental Law - MSc in Finance and Energy Markets Law
  • Evaluation of Investment Programs in Infrastructure and Energy and Risk Management - MSc in Finance and Law in the Energy Markets
  • Special Issues of Energy Policy - MSc in Finance and Law in the Energy Markets
  • Planning and Financial Regulation of Energy Markets - MSc in Finance and Law in Energy Markets
  • Legal Aspects of Energy Union and Climate Action - MSc in Economics and Energy Market Law
  • Models of Energy, Environment and Economy - MSc in Finance and Law in the Energy Markets
  • Sustainable Development and Limited Carbon Economies - MSc in Economics and Law in Energy Markets
  • Corporate Governance and Business Ethics - MSc in Applied Economics and Finance

 

  1. Executive Education Center & E-learning:

The ultimate goal of the Center is provide vocational training and lifelong learning. This objective is fulfilled through the provision of high quality training programs that complement the knowledge, skills and competences acquired through formal education, vocational training and initial vocational training or work experience, thus facilitating integration or reintegration into the labor market, job security and professional and personal development. Many of these programs are also offered in an e-learning mode, thus making knowledge accessible to everyone anywhere. Two programs related to Corporate Social Responsibility that are provided physically are the following:

  • "Implementing Sustainable Transition: Agenda 2030, the Paris Agreement on Climate Change and the European Green Agreement": The seminar provides key theoretical and practical background for sustainable development executives in a way that will enable them to integrate the relevant principles of sustainable development in their daily practice in the process of decision-making and fundraising for their implementation.
  • "Diploma in Social Entrepreneurship (DoSE)": The training program is aimed at individuals seeking to acquire knowledge and skills within the social entrepreneurship ecosystem with the aim of a) creating sustainable social enterprises, b) managing problems and opportunities for social impact initiatives, c) to have an active role in Corporate Social Responsibility actions and d) to undertake an advisory role in the field of social economy.

An online program related to Corporate Social Responsibility issues is "Corporate Ethics and Social Responsibility": The program aims to introduce learners to the basic concepts of Corporate Ethics and Corporate Responsibility, Responsible Production and Consumption and Corporate Responsibility Communication and to present examples and case studies from the entrepreneur sector.

  1. Social Enterpreneurship Unit: The mission of the "Social Entrepreneurship Unit" is to inspire, educate and support those who wish to deal with issues of Social Entrepreneurship. The unit is trying to achieve this goal by a. offering education to students through the principles of sustainable and responsible entrepreneurship and social innovation, b. Promoting research that contributes to the development of research frameworks and practical tools aimed at enhancing the social impact of business, c. developing and supporting a network of academics, social entrepreneurs and organizations seeking to enhance their social performance and d. creating partnerships of social entrepreneurs with business executives, governments and NGOs with the aim of developing new approaches, attracting resources and enhancing social impact.
  2. Youth Enterpreneurship Summer School: The Youth Entrepreneurship Summer School (YES) is organized by the Department of Management Science & Technology and aims to promote youth innovation and entrepreneurship. The program is aimed at high school students (mainly 2nd and 3rd grade), who are interested in acquiring knowledge and skills related to business and the business process. The curriculum includes, among others, courses from academic lecturers and lectures by invited entrepreneurs, a visit to a company, analysis and discussion of case studies from the Greek and international reality, participation in business games, group activities, and elaboration and development of a business plan for a new business. The courses of the study program cover the modules of "Business Ethics", "Sustainable Development" and "Corporate Social Responsibility".
  3. Teaching excellence: AUEB instituted the "Award for Outstanding Performance in Teaching" for the academic years 2018-19 and 2019-20, which awards one faculty member from each Department, who received the highest grade in the student evaluation process.
  4. Student excellence scholarships: we provided tuition fee scholarships to excellent students of our bachelor and masters programs
  5. Special services from AUEB’s Library: at AUEB’s library there is the possibility of electronic access to the Greek bibliography of the courses taught at the University, for students who face problems of impaired or impaired vision and generally to students who due to a disability are not able to read a printed text or to perceive the content of a work using their physical senses.
  6. Donations: we donated old PCs and equipment to schools around the country, and coordinated book donations – through the University’s Library- to schools and libraries around Greece.
  7. Entrepreneurship Center (ACEin): The "Athens Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation Support", which is a unit of the Employment and Career Office (DASTA), aims to support innovative new entrepreneurship for sustainable growth and jobs. Through a variety of actions, the beneficiary business schemes can be trained in practice on basic entrepreneurship issues, utilize support services (such as business plan writing, legal, accounting and financial support) and, finally, have the opportunity to network on an international scale. The programs supported by "ACEin" are the following:
  8. i-MBA Sustainable Development & Circular Economy Club: AUEB’s International MBA created the "Sustainable Development & Circular Economy Club" in early 2020 in order to focus on any aspect of sustainable development and the circular economy. The club will consist of students and graduates of the program, who will organize and support events and research on these specific issues.
  9. Seminars & Competitions: we organized various seminars and competitions, in cooperation with several stakeholders from the private and the public sector, that complement our students’ learning experience.
  10. Media awareness: through AUEB’s newspaper “OPAnews” as well as several press releases we raised awareness on the topic of quality education through interviews, scientific articles written by our faculty members as well as communicated our volunteering, events and scholarships program to our stakeholders.

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  • Postgraduate Program: The "MSc in Law and Economics in Energy Markets" has as its subject the fields "European and International Energy Economics" and "European and International Energy Law". The purpose of the program is to promote knowledge and develop interdisciplinary analysis and research in the field of energy markets. In particular, the MSc aims to train specialized scientists, able to adequately meet the needs of companies and public and private sector organizations, in Greece, in Europe and internationally, to resolve complex legal and economic issues and to contribute decisively to the operation and development of companies active especially in the field of energy markets.
  • Socio-Economic and Environmental Sustainability Research Laboratory (ReSEES): The "Research laboratory on Socio-Economic and Environmental Sustainability” (ReSEES) serves teaching and research needs in the subject Sustainable Management of Natural Resources and Energy: Economic, Econometric and Economic, Social Aspects . Central to the mission of "ReSEES" is the pursuit of excellence in conducting and presenting research and exploring issues related to the environment, natural resources and energy at different time and space scales.
  • Energy & Sustainability Club: The "Energy & Sustainability Club" is under the "umbrella" of the International MBA program. The main activities of the association are the organization of seminars and lectures by energy experts, as well as conducting scientific research in the fields of energy, environment and sustainable development.
  • Conferences – Seminars: we organized several conferences on the topic, such as the 7th Energy Conference on "Innovation & Investments towards a Sustainable Transitional Energy", the Conference on "Energy Markets, European Union and Greece: achievements and prospects", a Seminar on "Economy and Energy - the Current of the time" and on Blockchain technology in the field of Energy.
  • Media awareness: through AUEB’s newspaper “OPAnews” as well as several press releases we raised awareness on the topic of energy through interviews, scientific articles written by our faculty members as well as communicated our seminars and events.

Last updated: 2 December 2020

  • Community volunteering “AUEB Volunteers”: our students volunteered in the Career Days, organized by the University and we hosted a workshop around bullying in the workplace and cyber, in cooperation with the Association of Criminologists of the Panteion University.
     
  • Internal Safety Regulations & Safety Instructions 
    AUEB has drafted and approved the "Internal Security Regulation of the Athens University of Economics and Business and the Memorandum of Action for the Management of Emergencies (earthquake - fire and other incidents)" from January 2020. In addition, the following "safety instructions" have been communicated to the community:

    • Guidelines of the World Health Organization
    • Instructions on preventive measures against the spread of infection from SARS-CoV-II
    • Instructions for the prevention and treatment of influenza virus
    • Health & safety guidelines for preventing and dealing with dangerous situations due to earthquake
    • Health & safety instructions for the prevention and treatment of dangerous situations due to fire
    • Health & safety instructions for the prevention and treatment of dangerous situations due to thermal stress
    • Health & safety instructions for pregnant women
    • Health & safety instructions for office work
    • Health & safety instructions for manual handling of cargo
    • Health & safety instructions for working with hand tools
    • Occupational medicine brochure for the prevention and treatment of heat stroke
  • AUEB’s Compendium: it refers to the "Department of Protection, Security and Logistics" (article 11). Areas of responsibility of the Department are: a) Ensuring the order and safety of the staff and visitors of the Foundation and protecting the property of the Foundation, b) The tidiness and cleanliness of the premises, indoor and outdoor, of the Foundation and c) execution of general administrative tasks of the Foundation.
  • Innovation & Entrepreneurship Unit: it provides services of awareness, education and support of entrepreneurship in its early towards students and any stakeholder. It dows so through Startups Career Days, business idea competitions and programs that try to address the high levels of youth unemployment.
  • AUEB career days: the Career Office organizes the annual "Career Days". The event is addressed exclusively to students and graduates of the Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programs, as well as doctoral students or holders of a doctoral degree from AUEB.
  • Event: "Prevention of Urban Fires - Safe Evacuation of a Building": in the context of the effort for the most effective response to catastrophic phenomena, AUEB organized a training day with the assistance of the Fire Brigade.
  • HR Case Study Series: The "MSc in Human Resource Management" publishes the series entitled "HR Case Study Series". The special edition of June 2020 was entitled "30 questions and answers for work issues in the time of COVID-19".

Last updated: 2 December 2020

Media awareness: through AUEB’s newspaper “OPAnews” as well as several press releases we raised awareness on the topic of industry and innovation,  through interviews, scientific articles written by our faculty members as well as communicated our seminars and events.

Last updated: 2 December 2020

  1. Community volunteering “AUEB Volunteers”: we volunteered in several programs, in cooperation with NGOs, such as:
  • Tango, pilates and computer lessons with out-of-prison women, in cooperation with the NGO Diktyo
  • Supported the NGO Revive Greece at their social media, volunteers management and training on coding to vulnerable groups
  • We participated in several sport events with vulnerable groups, such as MDA and people with neuro-diseases, Shedia and homeless people, Hellenic horse riding championship with Special Olympics team. Our volunteers also supported several NGOs working with children with some form of disability.
  1. Seminar: "Greece in crisis: Fiscal adjustment, structural reforms and their effects on inequality and poverty": In the framework of the Jean Monnet Program, AUEB the seminar "What opposes the development of the Greek economy?" on "Greece in Crisis: Fiscal Adjustment, Structural Reforms and Their Impact on Inequality and Poverty". This seminar is also part of Objective 1.
  2. Media awareness: through AUEB’s newspaper “OPAnews” as well as several press releases we raised awareness on the topic of inequalities, through interviews, scientific articles written by our faculty members as well as communicated our seminars and events.

Last updated: 2 December 2020

  1. Community volunteering “AUEB Volunteers”: we volunteered in several programs, in cooperation with NGOs, and organized a run-race at the city centre, named OPA Run. On 6/5/2018, the 1st Road Race of AUEB took place at Areos Park. On 12/5/2019 the 2nd Road Race took place with more than 1,600 runners filling the historical park with the motto "All together for Areos Park", with the participation of the community of AUEB with a large number of students, members of the teaching staff research and administrative staff. The Attica Region was the co-organizer, while it was performed under the auspices of the Municipality of Athens and with the support of the Panhellenic Gymnastics Association. Part of the proceeds was donated to KETHEA DIAVASI, the largest network of social reintegration of former drug-addicts. This action is also subject to Objective 3.
  2. Seminars and competitions: on this topic AUEB organized several seminars or participated in competitions, such as: "Monuments in the center of life, sustainability and sustainable development", “The Digital Gate III” in cooperation with the Athens International Airport and finally, the "Aldemar Academy 2019" Program, where students had to create a "business plan" regarding the creation of the 1st Modern Experiential Park of the Olympic Ideal.
  3. Media awareness: through AUEB’s newspaper “OPAnews” as well as several press releases we raised awareness on the topic of sustainable cities, through interviews, scientific articles written by our faculty members as well as communicated our seminars and events.

Last updated: 2 December 2020

  • Community volunteering “AUEB Volunteers”: we volunteered in several programs, in cooperation with NGOs around the topic, in cooperation with WWF Greece.
  • Media awareness: through AUEB’s newspaper “OPAnews” as well as several press releases we raised awareness on the topic of responsible consumption, through interviews, scientific articles written by our faculty members as well as communicated our seminars and events.

Last updated: 2 December 2020

  1. Community volunteering “AUEB Volunteers”: we volunteered in several programs, in cooperation with NGOs around the topic, in cooperation with WWF Greece, mainly targeting at awareness around the importance of recycling.
  2. Strategy for the Environment & Climate Change
    AUEB, recognizing the importance of environmental protection, has been implementing "AUEB Strategy for Environment and Climate Change" since June 2008. The main actions for the implementation of this Strategy include:
  • Introduction of Natural Gas for the heating system: The transition of the heating system of the University from oil to natural gas has been completed. In addition to operating costs, it has significant environmental benefits due to its lower greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs), the most important of which is carbon dioxide (CO2).
  • Reduction of electricity consumption: The replacement of the old incandescent lamps with new lamps of low energy consumption category "A" in all the buildings has been completed. Pollutant emissions attributed to the use of our University lamps decreased by 68.26 tons of CO2 or by 82%.
  • Establishment of Recycling Centers: The implementation of recycling processes is a fundamental component of our environmental policy. At AUEB we have focused on the following recycling categories, in the context of which significant environmental benefits are obtained: a) recycling of toners and ink cartridges, b) recycling of light bulbs, c) recycling of paper, d) recycling of batteries and e) recycling of frying oil. The University collects data on recycling on an annual basis.
  • Study for the application of green roofs in buildings: Green roofs are now a successful effort to create coolness and oxygen in big cities. A specialized design company evaluates the alternative scenarios, the possibilities and the static strengths of the buildings, etc.
  • Air conditioning fleet maintenance program and replacement of old appliances and ventilation systems control.
  • Integration of ecological criteria in the equipment markets: It is a requirement of the University for our suppliers to follow environmentally friendly procedures.
  • Encourage the use of textbooks & online course support: Ecological awareness calls for the reduction of paper as a means of communication, where possible, and its replacement by electronic media. The Open eClass platform is already widely used in the AOC by the University Community, and a further systematic effort is being made to expand the use of new technologies for the benefit of students and the environment.
  • Ensuring access to the University by people with disabilities: Studies are carried out on issues related to ease of access and traffic safety in the buildings, as well as the possibility of easy exit in case of emergency.
  • Drafting of a Code of Environmental Ethics: It has been drafted by the Environmental Policy Committee, which is applied by the entire University Community.
  1. Event: AUEB organized the "Climate Change Symposium: Threats, Challenges, Solutions for Greece". The "Research Laboratory in Socio-Economic and Environmental Sustainability (ReSEES)" of AUEB in collaboration with other agencies held this event on 3/4/2019. The event aimed at climate change in Greece, where experts from different scientific fields presented holistic solutions capable of combating this global problem and eliminating the negative effects on the environment and society. At the end of the event, participants had the opportunity to engage in games related to climate change in order to understand the effects of climate change, determine their level of awareness and help the process of formulating relevant solutions.
  2. Media awareness: through AUEB’s newspaper “OPAnews” as well as several press releases we raised awareness on the topic of climate change, through interviews, scientific articles written by our faculty members as well as communicated our seminars and events.

Last updated: 2 December 2020

  1. Community volunteering “AUEB Volunteers”: we volunteered cleaning a beach in cooperation with the Hellenic Marine Protection Association and we partnered with Safe Water Sports, in order to educate children about how to be safe at the beach and the sea.
  2. Partnership with Laskaridis Foundation
    Within the framework of the memorandum of cooperation of AUEB with the Foundation "Aikaterini Laskaridis" the following actions were implemented or are expected to be implemented based on the 2019-2020 planning-report:

    A) Planning actions for informing the public focusing on the consequences of the use of plastic for the environment and society. The actions are planned to be implemented within the current year and concern:

    • organization of an information day of separate thematic units in order to highlight the developments and the obstacles in the use of the plastic bag.
    • organization of action in the Pikrodafni stream in the framework of the initiatives "Let's Clean Europe" and "Let's Do It Greece" in order to highlight the problem of transporting waste to the shores through rivers and streams.
    • implementation of initiatives that involve the tourism industry due to its contribution to the problem of waste, but also the value of the clean natural environment to attract tourists.
    • implementation of the initiative "Plastic and Sports" through which the connection of sports activities with the need to reduce disposable plastics is attempted.
    • Continuation of the information campaign for the reduction of disposable plastics for the whole year 2020.

B) The operation of the "BlueCycle" program has started: "BlueCycle" is an independent program of Blue and Circular economy that holistically approaches the problem of marine plastic waste. With the vision of creating a new "life cycle" for these materials, "BlueCycle" is based on research, innovation, new technologies and creativity, proposing sustainable solutions in favor of environmental protection.

C) The "BlueCycle Lab" was created, which is a center for the processing and recycling of plastic equipment from fishing and shipping activities. In the "BlueCycle Lab" will be done:

  • processing of plastics of fishing and shipping activity,
  • research on the viability of materials and their new uses,
  • design and development of products, services and / or works of art,
  • quality control of the produced material.

3. Media awareness: through AUEB’s newspaper “OPAnews” as well as several press releases we raised awareness on the topic of life below water, through interviews, scientific articles written by our faculty members as well as communicated our seminars and events.

Last updated: 2 December 2020

Community volunteering “AUEB Volunteers”: we volunteered on several opportunities to support the efforts of NGOs and the State after the catastrophic fires in East Attica in summer 2018.

Last updated: 2 December 2020

  1. Compendium - Internal Regulations

    The Draft Compendium (2019) and Internal Regulations (2002) of AUEB refer to articles related to justice and the strong institutions in the operation of the University. More specifically, the following are mentioned:

    • Mission: The Athens University of Economics and Business is a public sector university and its mission is to produce and disseminate knowledge in areas that serve the national and international economy and society, as well as to shape responsible citizens capable of creating, offering , to participate and lead in the wider international environment.
    • Principles and Values: a) Commitment to the advancement of science and the transmission of knowledge, b) Education and higher education as levers of moral, social and economic progress, c) The safeguarding of democratic institutions and the rights of the citizen. Discrimination based on race, gender, ideology, religion, social status, appearance or sexual preference is not permitted. In addition, the University provides for people with disabilities, both in relation to physical access to the premises of the Institution and in relation to the educational process, d) Academic freedom in research and teaching, as well as free expression and movement ideas within the framework defined by the Constitution and the laws of the State, e) Merit, f) Respect for the University entity and g) Academic ethics and social contribution.
    • Legal Service: It is responsible for the legal service of the Institution in all its cases, judicial or extrajudicial, and the legal support of its Authorities and Services with written and oral opinions.
    • Department of Internal Audit: The area of ​​responsibility of the Department is the control of the observance of the legality of the financial and administrative management of the University.
    • Office of the "Student Advocate": The purpose of the office is the mediation between students and teachers or administrative services of the Foundation, the observance of legality in the context of academic freedom, the treatment of maladministration and the maintenance of the proper functioning of the Office.
    • Complaints and Dispute Resolution Committee: The Committee is responsible for resolving disputes between members of the university community at the request of any interested party or the Rector. In addition, the Rector may consult the Commission on matters relating to disciplinary offenses.
    • Rights and Obligations of the members of the Teaching Research Staff: This chapter includes the articles related to: a) the swearing in of the faculty members, b) the rights and obligations of the faculty members, c) the training of the faculty members, d) the evaluation of the teaching project and e) the annual activity report of each faculty member.
    • Rights and Obligations of other categories of Staff: For the categories of staff (Scientific Associates, EEDIP, EIB, Administrative Staff) of AUEB, reference is made to their rights and obligations, as well as to their education and training.
    • Disciplinary Provisions: a) Faculty Members, b) Other Teaching Staff and EIB members, c) Administrative Staff and d) Students.
    • Rights and Obligations of Students: This chapter refers to student status, health care, monitoring the educational process, textbooks / aids, use of University facilities and equipment, scholarships, representation in University Organizations, in transfers, in the cessation of social benefits, etc. (It also falls under Objective 4).

    2. Use of “Turnitin” plagiarism software: AUEB has an unlimited license to use the “Turnitin” plagiarism software, which enables the teachers to verify the authenticity and originality of their students' work.

     

     

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    1. Community volunteering “AUEB Volunteers”: we volunteered on several opportunities to support the efforts of NGOs and the University in order to achieve their goals and their impact in society.

    2. CSR Hellas: Since 2012, AUEB has signed a memorandum of cooperation with the "Hellenic Network for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR Hellas)" with the aim of cooperation and exchange of knowledge and experience between the business world and the AUEB academic community on social responsibility issues. In this context of cooperation, executives of "CSR Hellas" make presentations and seminars to the students and participate in research programs undertaken by faculty members of AUEB.

    3. “Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME)”: since February 2013, AUEB participates in the initiative "Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME)". PRME is aimed at Business Schools and Universities that want to gradually adapt their curricula, research, teaching methodologies and strategies, based on corporate responsibility and sustainability (CSR).

    4. Children's Hospital: in the context of humanitarian events, AUEB organizes in collaboration with the Athens Children's Hospital Panagioti & Aglaias Kyriakou, voluntary blood donations at the University.

    5. Hellenic Petroleum: AUEB and Hellenic Petroleum (ELPE) signed a memorandum of cooperation, lasting three years (2018-2021), in areas of common educational and scientific interest based on Excellence, while special emphasis will be given to the Organization and Management of Energy and Sustainable Development. AUEB and ELPE will take initiatives to achieve the following actions: a) The joint organization of events, b) The joint design of proposals for research programs and projects funded by national and European resources, c) The exchange of know-how for strengthening the extroversion of Greek companies and the promotion of entrepreneurship and innovation in MBA students, d) The design and implementation of specialized "lifelong learning" programs for ELPE executives who are taught by MBA professors.

    6. Global Sustain: "MSc MBA International" is a member of "Global Sustain". Founded in 2006, Global Sustain offers innovative services related to sustainability, corporate responsibility, green economy, responsible investment, business ethics and excellence, transparency, human rights and accountability. The "MSc MBA International" participates in the events, is informed and informs about social responsibility actions and supports the initiatives of "Global Sustain".

    7. "Ekaterini Laskaridis Public Benefit Foundation (ACLCF)": AUEB has signed a memorandum of cooperation with the Public Benefit Foundation "Ekaterini Laskaridis (ACLCF)", from the academic year 2018-19, in order for the University to participate in the "Cooperation Network for the Marine Environment". AUEB and the Public Benefit Foundation "Aikaterini Laskaridis (ACLCF)" jointly develop activities and collaborations with the other members of the Network for the protection of the sea, with reference center in Greece and the Mediterranean (shoreline cleaning, Blue Economy, disposable plastics and institutional change and lobbying). AUEB participates in the Network through the "Research Laboratory in Socio-Economic and Environmental Sustainability (ReSEES)".

    8. EIT Climate-KIC Hub Greece: the "Socio-Economic and Environmental Sustainability Research Laboratory (ReSEES)" of AUEB is a member of the network "EIT Climate-KIC Hub Greece" since 2018. The EIT program accelerates climate innovation across Europe. The newly established unit "EIT Climate KIC Greece Hub" is coordinated by Professor, Mrs. Koundouri Phoebe, and consists of a consortium of various organizations in Greece. The "EIT Climate KIC Hub" brings to the surface the potential of Greece for innovative solutions in "CleanTech", "WaterTech", the economy and the financing of innovative projects.

    9. Sustainable Development Solutions Network: the “United Nations Network for Sustainable Development (UN SDSN)” mobilizes the global scientific community to promote practical solutions for sustainable development. The "Research Laboratory in Socio-Economic and Environmental Sustainability (ReSEES)" of AUEB is officially a member of the network since 2019. The Greek network "SDSN-Greece", collaborates with United Nations organizations and private sector companies to achieve the goals sustainable development (SDGs).

    10. Collaborations with Association "DIAZOMA" and Athens School of Fine Arts: AUEB cooperates with "DIAZOMA"., with the aim to support of voluntary educational actions in the field of holistic cultural management of monuments for their sustainable development and utilization in education. This cooperation is also subject to Objective 11. In addition, AUEB collaborates with the Athens School of Fine Arts, with the main goal of connecting art with education

    11. Media awareness: through AUEB’s newspaper “OPAnews” as well as several press releases we raised awareness on the topic of partnerships for the SDG goals, through interviews, scientific articles written by our faculty members as well as communicated our seminars and events.

     

     

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    Research on SDGs

    This section presents the research publications of the teaching / research, as well as the research projects / programs of AUEB on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for the period 2018-20.

    Publications 2020

     

    • Bitros G.C., 2020, “Demand adjusted capital input and potential output in the context of U.S. economic growth”, Journal of Economic Asymmetries, Vol.21, Article No.e00140
    • Pegkas P., Staikouras C., Tsamadias C., 2020, “On the determinants of economic growth: Empirical evidence from the Eurozone countries”, International Area Studies Review, Vol.23 (2), pp.210-229
    • Skarmeas D., Leonidou C.N. et al, 2020, “Pathways to Civic Engagement with Big Social Issues: An integrated approach”, Journal of Business Ethics, Vol.164 (2), pp.261-285
    • Giannakitsidou O., Giannikos I., Chondrou A., 2020, “Ranking European countries on the basis of their environmental and circular economy performance: A DEA application in MSW”, Waste Management, Vol.109, pp.181-191 
    • Spyridaki N.-A., Stavrakas V., Dendramis Y.,  Flamos A., 2020, “Understanding technology ownership to reveal adoption trends for energy efficiency measures in the Greek residential sector”, Energy Policy, Vol.140, Article No.111413
    • Pantelaiou I., Hatzipanayotou P., Konstantinou P., Xepapadeas A., 2020, “Can Cleaner Environment Promote International Trade? Environmental Policies as Export Promoting Mechanisms”, Environmental and Resource Economics, Vol.75 (4), pp.809-833
    • Pedeli X., Karlis D., 2020, “An integer-valued time series model for multivariate surveillance”, Statistics in Medicine, Vol.39 (7), pp.940-954
    • Misopoulos F., Argyropoulou M. et al. 2020, “Carbon emissions of bottled water sector supply chains: a multiple case-study approach”, International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications, Vol.23 (2), pp.178-194
    • Kampelis N., Papayiannis G.I., Yannacopoulos A.N. et al. 2020, “An integrated energy simulation model for buildings”, Energies, Vol.13 (5), Article No.1170
    • Chantziaras A., Dedoulis E. et al. 2020, “The impact of religiosity and corruption on CSR reporting: The case of US banks”, Journal of Business Research, Vol.109, pp.362-374
    • Pinar M., Stengos T., Topaloglou N., 2020, “On the construction of a feasible range of multidimensional poverty under benchmark weight uncertainty”, European Journal of Operational Research, Vol.281 (2), pp.415-427
    • Dalma A., Petralias A., Nikolakopoulos S. et al. 2020, “Effectiveness of a school food aid programme in improving household food insecurity; A cluster randomized trial”, European Journal of Public Health, Vol.30 (1), pp.171-178
    • Ahmed A., Bekiros S. et al. 2020, “The influence of energy consumption and democratic institutions on output and CO2 emissions in Bangladesh: a time-frequency approach”, Energy Systems, Vol.11 (1), pp.195-212
    • Brinia V., Poullou V., Panagiotopoulou A-R., 2020, “The philosophy of quality in education: a qualitative approach”, Quality Assurance in Education, Vol.28 (1), pp.66-77
    • Karatsalos C., Panagiotakis Y., 2020, “Attention-Based Method for Categorizing Different Types of Online Harassment Language”, Communications in Computer and Information Science, Vol.1168, pp.321-330
    • Galanaki E., 2020, “A hidden deterioration in equal pay achievements?: The case of employee benefits during the Greek recession”, Gender in Management, Vol.35 (5), pp.423-444
    • Zoidis E., Demiris N. et al., 2020, “Effects of selenium and zinc supplementation on cadmium toxicity in broilers”, Turkish Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Vol.44, pp.331-336
    • Koundouri P., Dannenberg A., Bateman I.J., 2020, “EAERE Award for the Best Paper Published in Environmental and Resource Economics During 2019”, Environmental and Resource Economics, Vol.76 (1), pp.17-19
    • Agoraki M.-E.K., Kouretas G.P., Triantopoulos C., 2020, “Democracy, regulation and competition In emerging banking systems”, Economic Modelling, Vol.84, pp.190-202
    • Lianos T.P., Pseiridis A., Tsounis N., 2020, “On the relationship between gross domestic product and energy: A critical comment”, International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, Vol.10 (2), pp.458-463
    • Dioikitopoulos E.V., Ghosh S., Karydas C., Vella E., 2020, “Roads to prosperity without environmental poverty: The role of impatience”, Economic Letters, Vol.186, Article No.108870
    • Linos D., Petralias A. et al. 2020, “Health-Related Quality of Life and Cosmesis after Thyroidectomy: Long-term outcomes”, World Journal of Surgery, Vol.44 (1), pp.134-141
    • Salavou H., Cohen S., 2020, “Towards a Typology of Social Enterprises Based on Performance: Some New Evidence”, Journal of Social Entrepreneurship (article in press)
    • Brinia V., Psoni P., 2020, “How to teach social entrepreneurship to teacher-candidates through cultural promenades: the teacher-candidates’ views”, Educational Studies (article in press)
    • Xepapadeas A., 2020, “Climate change and the financial system: a note”, Journal of Industrial and Business Economics (article in press)
    • Papadopoulos A., Stark R.B., 2020, “Does Home Health Care Increase the Probability of 30-Day Hospital Readmissions? Interpreting Coefficient Sign Reversals, or Their Absence, in Binary Logistic Regression Analysis”, American Statistician (article in press)
    • Malesios C., Demiris N. et al. 2020, “A quantitative analysis of the spatial and temporal evolution patterns of the bluetongue virus outbreak in the island of Lesvos, Greece, in 2014”, Transboundary and Emerging Diseases (article in press)
    • Spyrou, 2020, “Momentum return volatility, uncertainty, and energy prices: Evidence from major international equity markets”, Review of Behavioral Finance (article in press)
    • Esagian S.M., Grigoriadou G.I., Nikas I.P., Boikou V. et al., 2020, “Comparison of liquid-based to tissue-based biopsy analysis by targeted next generation sequencing in advanced non-small cell lung cancer: a comprehensive systematic review”, Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology (article in press)
    • Chatzistamoulou Ν., Koundouri P., 2020, “Exploring the patterns of Eco-Innovation index and Competitiveness index in Europe”, Technical Report, Action II Research Program, School of Economics - AUEB, accessible at: http://wpa.deos.aueb.gr/wpa_show_paper.php?handle=2011
    • Chatzistamoulou Ν., Koundouri P., 2020, “Exploring Feedback Loops between Performance Measures. Energy and Environmental Efficiency under heterogeneous Eco-Innovation groups”, Discussion Paper, Action II Research Program, School of Economics - AUEB, accessible at: http://wpa.deos.aueb.gr/wpa_show_paper.php?handle=2012
    • Chatzistamoulou Ν., Koundouri P., 2020, “Environmental Efficiency, Productive Performance and Spillover Effects under heterogeneous Environmental Awareness Regimes”, Discussion Paper, Action II Research Program, School of Economics - AUEB, accessible at: http://wpa.deos.aueb.gr/wpa_show_paper.php?handle=2013
    • Koundouri P., Papadaki L., 2020, “Transforming cities toward Sustainability transition”, Handbook Cities of the Future (forthcoming)
    • Koundouri P., Papadaki L., 2020, “Integrating Water-Food-Energy Nexus with Climate Services: Modelling and Assessment for a case study in Africa”, Handbook Sustainability Concept In Developing Countries, IntechOpen (forthcoming)
    • Burlando P., Castelletti A., Koundouri P., Novak J., 2020, “Integrated assessment methods in transboundary river basins”, Handbook on the Water-Energy-Food Nexus, Edward Elgar Publishing (forthcoming)
    • Koundouri P., Apostolaki S., Akinsete E., Samartzis P., 2020, “Freshwater: The Importance of Freshwater for Providing Ecosystem Services”, Handbook Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences (forthcoming)
    • Koundouri P., Tsani S., 2020, “Ecosystem services and social perception”, Handbook for Managers of Intermittent Rivers & Ephemeral Streams (forthcoming)
    • Koundouri P., Tsani S., 2020, “Environmental flows: assessment and implementation in Iterninent Rivers and ES”, Handbook for Managers of Handbook for Managers of Intermittent Rivers & Ephemeral Streams (forthcoming)

     

    Publications  2019

     

    • Apostolaki S., Koundouri P., Pittis N., 2019, “Using a systemic approach to address the requirement for Integrated Water Resource Management within the Water Framework Directive”, Science of the Total Environment, Vol.679, pp.70-79
    • Kounalakis M.E., Theodorou P., 2019, “A hydrothermal coordination model for electricity markets: theory and practice in the case of the Greek electricity market regulatory framework”, Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments, Vol.34, pp.77-86
    • Chatzistamoulou N., Kounetas K., Tsekouras K., 2019, “Energy efficiency, productive performance and heterogeneous competitiveness regimes. Does the dichotomy matter?”, Energy Economics, Vol.81, pp.687-697
    • Pavlidis I., Garza I., Tsiamyrtzis P., et al. 2019, “Dynamic Quantification of Migrainous Thermal Facial Patterns – A Pilot Study”, IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics, Vol.23 (3), pp.1225-1233
    • Ker Rault P.A., Koundouri P., Akinsete E., Tsani S., et al. 2019, “Down scaling of climate change scenario to river basin level: A transdisciplinary methodology applied to Evrotas river basin, Greece”, Science of the Total Environment, Vol.660, pp.1623-1632
    • Aldossary M., Kostopoulos A., Dimakis A., Agiatzidou E., et al. 2019, “Energy-aware cost prediction and pricing of virtual machines in cloud computing environments”, Future Generation Computer Systems, Vol.93, pp.442-459
    • Apostolaki S., Tsani S., Koundouri P., et al. 2019, “Assessing the effectiveness of the WFD as a tool to address different levels of water scarcity based on two case studies of the Mediterranean region”, Water (Switzerland), Vol.11 (4), Article No.840, pp.1-15
    • Papista E., Dimitriadis S., 2019, “Consumer – green brand relationships: revisiting benefits, relationship quality and outcomes”, Journal of Product and Brand Management, Vol.28 (2), pp.166-187
    • Kountouri I., Manousakis E., Tsekrekos A.E., 2019, “Latent sematic analysis of corporate social responsibility reports (with an application to Hellenic firms)”, International Journal of Disclosure and Governance, Vol.16 (1), pp.1-19
    • Agiomirgianakis G., Bertsatos G., Tsounis N., 2019, “Gender wage gaps and economic crisis in Greece”, International Review of Applied Economics, Vol.33 (2), pp.254-276
    • Akinsete E., Chatzistamoulou N., Koundouri P., Tsani S., et al. 2019, “The link between ecosystem services and human wellbeing in the implementation of the European water framework directive: Assessing Four River basins in Europe”, Water (Switzerland), Vol.11 (3), Article No.508, pp.1-20
    • Salin D., Cowan R., Apospori E., et al. 2019, “Workplace bullying across the globe: a cross-cultural comparison”, Personnel Review, Vol.48 (1), pp.204-219
    • Pappas A.G., Magkouta S., Skianis I. et al. 2019, “Versican modulates tumor-associated macrophage properties to stimulate mesothelioma growth”, Oncolmmunology, Vol.8 (2), Article No.e1537427
    • Cherny N.I., de Vries E.G.E., Karlis D., et al. 2019, “Comparative assessment of clinical benefit using the ESMO-magnitude of clinical benefit scale version 1.1 and the ASCO Value Framework Net Health Benefit score”, Journal of Clinical Oncology, Vol.37 (4), pp.336-349
    • Agliardi E., Xepapadeas A., 2019, “Introduction: Special Issue on the Economics of Climate Change and Sustainability”, Environmental and Resource Economics, Vol.72 (1), pp.1-4
    • Agliardi E., Casari, Xepapadeas A., 2019”, “Introduction: Special Issue on the Economics of Climate Change and Sustainability (Part B)”, Environmental and Development Economics, Vol.25 (1), pp.1-4
    • Brock W., Xepapadeas A., 2019, “Regional Climate Change Policy Under Positive Feedbacks and Strategic Interactions”, Environmental and Resource Economics, Vol.72 (1), pp. 51-75
    • Ampatzidou M., Vasdekis V., Polychronopoulou S., et al. 2019, “Prognostic significance of flow cytometry MRD log reduction during induction treatment of childhood ALL”, Leukemia and Lymphoma, Vol.60 (1), pp.258-261
    • Soldatou V., Soldatos A., Soldatos T., 2019, “Examining Socioeconomic and Computational Aspects of Vaccine Pharmacovigilance”, BioMed Research International, Vol.2019, Article No.6576483, pp.1-15
    • Pappas D., Androutsopoulos I., Papageorgiou H., 2019, “Bioread: A new dataset for biomedical reading comprehension”, LREC 2018 – 11th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, pp.2771-2776
    • Tsiounia K., Dimitrioglou N.G., Kardaras D., Barbounaki S.G., 2019, “A process modelling and analytic hierarchy process approach to investigate the potential of the IoT in health services”, IFMBE Proceedings, Vol.68 (1), pp.381-386
    • Koundouri P., Rulleau B., 2019, “Valuing water: Selected applications”, Water Resources and Economics, Vol.25, pp.1
    • Doulamis I.P., Michalopoulos G., Boikou V. et al. 2019, “Concomitant cholecystectomy during bariatric surgery: The jury is still out”, American Journal of Surgery, Vol.218 (2), pp.401-410
    • Brinia V., Papadopoulou G., Psoni P., 2019, “The creation and the dynamics of informal groups: The case of the teacher association in a secondary vocational school”, International Journal of Educational Management, Vol.34 (4), pp.750-766
    • Maroulis S., Zacheilas N., Kalogeraki V., 2019, “A Holistic Energy-Efficient Real-time Scheduler for Mixed Stream and Batch Processing Workloads”, IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, Vol.30 (12), pp.2624-2635
    • Sachlas A., Bersimis S., Psarakis S., 2019, “Risk-Adjusted Control Charts: Theory, Methods, and Applications in Health”, Statistics in Biosciences, Vol.11 (3), pp.630-658
    • Stathopoulou T., Kostaki A., Cavounidis J. et al. 2019, “Safety, Health and Trauma among Newly Arrived Refugees in Greece”, Journal of Refugee Studies, Vol. 32 (1), pp.122-135
    • Tsakiris N, Hatzipanayotou P, Michael M.S., 2019, “Border tax adjustments and tariff-tax reforms with consumption pollution”, Journal of Public Economic Theory, Vol.21 (6), pp.1107-1125
    • Chatzilena A., Demiris N. et al. 2019, “Contemporary statistical inference for infectious disease models using Stan”, Epidemics, Vol.29, Article No.100367
    • Vassilopoulou J., Kyriakidou O. et al. 2019, “International Perspectives on Securing Human and Social Rights and Diversity Gains at work in the aftermath of the global economic crisis and in times of austerity”, European Management Review, Vol.16 (4), pp.837-845
    • Dafni U., Michielin O., Karlis D. et al. 2019, “Efficacy of adoptive therapy with tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes and recombinant interleukin-2 in advanced cutaneous melanoma: A systematic review and meta-analysis”, Annals of Oncology, Vol.30 (12), pp.1902-1913
    • Cremades R., Mitter H., Koundouri P. et al. 2019, “Ten principles to integrate the water-energy-land nexus with climate services for co-producing local and regional integrated assessments”, Science of the Total Environment, Vol.693, Article No.133662
    • Papadas K.K., Avlonitis G.J. et al. 2019, “The interplay of strategic and internal green marketing orientation on competitive advantage”, Journal of Business Research, Vol.104, pp.632-643
    • Galanaki E., 2019, “Effects of employee benefits on affective and continuance commitment during times of crisis”, International Journal of Manpower, Vol.41 (2), pp.220-238
    • Chu W., Molina G., Tsiamyrtzis P. et al. 2019, “BNU-Net: A novel deep learning approach for LV MRI analysis in short-axis MRI”, Proceedings – 2019 IEEE 19th International Conference on Bioinformatics and Bioengineering, Article No.8941959, pp.731-736
    • Molina G., Velazco-Garcia J.D., Tsiamyrtzis P. et al. 2019, “Automated Segmentation and 4D Reconstruction of the heart left ventricle from CINE MRI”, Proceedings – 2019 IEEE 19th International Conference on Bioinformatics and Bioengineering, Article No.8941813, pp.1019-1023
    • Vekazco-Garcia J.D., Leiss E.L., Tsiamyrtzis P. et al. 2019, “Preliminary evaluation of robotic transrectal biopsy system on an interventional planning software”, Proceedings – 2019 IEEE 19th International Conference on Bioinformatics and Bioengineering, Article No.8941698, pp.357-362
    • Mojica C.M.M., Tsekos N.V., Tsiamyrtzis P. et al. 2019, “Interactive and immersive image-guided control of interventional manipulators with a prototype holographic interface”, Proceedings – 2019 IEEE 19th International Conference on Bioinformatics and Bioengineering, Article No.8942031, pp.1002-1005
    • Papagiannakis G., Voudouris I., Lioukas S., Kassinis G., 2019, “Environmental management systems and environmental product innovation: The role of stakeholder engagement”, Business Strategy and the Environment, Vol.28 (6), pp.939-950
    • Karnaki P., Baka A., Petralias A. et al. 2019, “Immunization related behaviour among healthcare workers in Europe: Results of the hproimmune survey”, Central European Journal of Public Health, Vol.27 (3), pp.204-211
    • Voukelatou G., 2019, “The contribution of experiental learning to the development of cognitive and social skills in secondary education: A case study”, Education Sciences, Vol.9 (2), Article No.127
    • Androutsos A., Brinia V., 2019, “Developing and piloting a pedagogy for teaching innovation, collaboration and co-creation in secondary education based on design thinking, digital transformation, and entrepreneurship”, Education Sciences, Vol.9 (2), Article No.113
    • Brinia V., Sarantopoulou V.N., 2019, “The introduction of the flexible zone programs in the greek educational system: Teachers’ perspectives”, Education Sciences, Vol.9 (2), Article No.109
    • Magkouta S., Kollintza A., Skianis I. et al. 2019, “Role of angiopoietins in mesothelioma progression”, Cytokine, Vol.118, pp. 99-106
    • Kougia V., Pavlopoulos J., Androutsopoulos I., 2019, “AUEB NLP group at imageclefmed caption 2019”, CEUR Workshop Proceedings, Vol.2380
    • Kotsopoulos D., Bardaki C., Papaioannou T.G., Lounis S., Stamoulis G.D., Pramatari K., 2019, “Designing a serious game to motivate energy savings in a museum: Opportunities & challenges”, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol.11899 LNCS, pp.572-584
    • Schrader F., Tsani D. et al. 2019, “Hydropower”, The Aral Sea Basin: Water for Sustainable Development in Central Asia (Book Chapter), pp.52-66
    • Fotaki M., Lioukas S., Voudouris I., 2019, “Ethos is Destiny: Organizational Values and Compliance in Corporate Governance”, Journal of Business Ethics, pp.1-19 (Article in press)
    • Tsachouridi I., Nikandrou I., 2019, “The Role of Prosocial Motives and Social Exchange in Mediating the Relationship Between Organizational Virtuousness’ Perceptions and Employee Outcomes”, Journal of Business Ethics, pp.1-17 (Article in press)
    • Panigyrakis G., Panopoulos A., Koronaki E., 2019, “Looking for luxury CSR practices that make more sense: The role of corporate identity and consumer attitude”, Journal of Marketing Communications (article in press)
    • Salavou H., Manolopoulos D., 2019, “Pure and Hybrid Strategies in Social Enterprises: An Empirical Investigation”, Euromed Journal of Business (Article in press)
    • Apostolaki S., Tsani S., Koundouri P., 2019, “Policies and prices for achieving full water cost recovery: An overview of Adige, Ebro and Evrotas Rivers”, Resources, Special Issue Natural Resources Policy and Economics for Sustainable Development: Theory and Application (forthcoming)
    • Koundouri, P. (editor) “The Ocean of Tomorrow: Socio-economic Methodology and Empirical Applications for Multi-Use Offshore Platforms Investments Volume II”, Springer Publishing, Forthcoming 2019
    Publications  2018

     

    • Papagiannakis G., Lioukas S., 2018, “Corporate Environmental Management: Individual-Level Drivers and the Moderating Role of Charismatic Leadership”, European Management Review, Vol. 15 (4), pp.475-489
    • Bermudez L., Karlis D., Santolino M., 2018, “A discrete mixture regression for modeling the duration of non-hospitalization medical leave of motor accident victims”, Accident Analysis and Prevention, Vol. 121, pp.157-165
    • Paraskevopoulou A.T., Kamperi E., Demiris N., et al. 2018, “The impact of seasonal colour change in planting on patients with psychotic disorders using biosensors”, Urban Forestry and Urban Greening, Vol.36, pp.50-56
    • Sakellaris K., Fournie L., et al. 2018, “METIS – An energy modelling tool to support transparent policy making”, Energy Strategy Reviews, Vol.22, pp.127-135
    • Mitsopoulou E., Kologeraki V., 2018, “ParkForU: A Dynamic Parking-Matching and Price-Regulator Crowdsourcing Algorithm for Mobile Applications”, 2018 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops, Article number 8480321, pp.603-608
    • Tomaras D., 2018, “Crowdsourcing techniques for smart urban mobility”, 2018 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops, Article Number 8480244, pp.460-461
    • Dimitriou N., Papaioannou T.G., Kotsopoulos D., Bardaki C., et al. 2018, “ChArGED: Implementing a framework for improving energy efficiency in public bulidings through IoTenabled energy disaggregation and serious games”, 2018 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops, Article Number 8480290, pp.65-70
    • Iakovidis I., Galariotis I., Giannou M., 2018, “The formation of the EU negotiating strategy at the UN: the case of human rights”, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, Vol.31(5), pp.437-459
    • Manoussi V., Xepapadeas A., Emmerling J., 2018, “Climate engineering under deep uncertainty”, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Vol.94, pp.207-224
    • Stefanatou P., Tsompanaki E., Smyrnis N., et al. 2018, “Premorbid adjustment predictors of cognitive dysfunction in schizophrenia”, Psychiatry Research, Vol.267, pp.249-255
    • Tomaras D., Kalogeraki V., Gunopulos D., et al. 2018, “Evaluating the Health State of Urban Areas Using Multi-source Heterogeneous Data”, 19th IEEE International Symposium on a World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks, Article Number 8449761
    • Tomaras D., Boutsis I., Kalogeraki V., 2018, “Modeling and Predicting Bike Demand in Large City Situations”, 2018 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications, Article Number 8444588
    • Mamakou V., Tsompanaki E., Tentolouris N., et al. 2018, “Combination therapy as a potential risk factor for the development of type 2 diabetes in patients with schizophrenia: the GOMAP study”, BMC Psychiatry, Vol.18(1), Article Number 249
    • Mamakou X.J., Kardaras D.K., Papathanassiou E.A., 2018, “Evaluation of websites’ compliance to legal and ethical guidelines: A fuzzy logic-based methodology”, Journal of Information Science, Vol.44(4), pp.425-442
    • Tsakiris N., Hatzipanayotou P., Michael M.S., 2018, “The efficiency of decentralized environmental policies under global pollution and tradable emission permits”, Journal of Public Economic Theory, Vol.20(4), pp.541-556
    • Tomaras D., Kalogeraki V., Liebig T., Gunopulos D., 2018, “Crowd-based ecofriendly trip planning”, Proceedings – IEEE International Conference on Mobile Data Management, pp.24-33
    • Lykou G., Mentzelioti D., Gritzalis D., 2018, “A new methodology toward effectively assessing data center sustainability”, Computers and Security, Vol.76, pp.327-340
    • Zissis D., Ioannou G., et al. 2018, “Emission reduction via supply chain coordination”, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, Vol.62, pp.36-46
    • Apospori E., 2018, “Regional CSR policies and SMEs’ CSR actions: Mind the Gap-The case of the tourism SMEs in Crete”, Sustainability (Switzerland), Vol.10(7), Article Number 2197
    • Papaioannou T.G., Schoofs A., et al. 2018, “A sensor-enabled rule engine for changing energy-wasting behaviours in public buildings”, 2018 IEEE International Energy Conference, ENERGYCON 2018, pp.1-6
    • Zagonari F., Tsani S., Mavrikis S., Koundouri P., 2018, “Common environment policies in different sustainability paradigms: Evidence from the Baltic, Adriatic and Black Seas”, Frontiers in Marine Science, Vol.5, Article Number 216, pp.1-15
    • Atkinson S.E., Primont D., Tsionas M.G., 2018, “Statistical inference in efficient production with bad inputs and outputs using latent prices and optimal directions”, Journal of Econometrics, Vol.204(2), pp.131-146
    • Nezis A., Pontiki M., et al. 2018, “Towards a fully personalized food recommendation tool”, Proceedings of the Workshop on Advanced Visual Interfaces AVI, Article Number 77, pp.1-3
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    Research projects

     

    • "Research in the field of political economy, environment, natural resources and heterodox economics" - Period: 1/1/2015 - 31/12/2020
    • "The economic value of inland and marine water resources: Theory, Methods, Applications" - Period: 1/4/2015 - 31/3/2021
    • "Optimal natural resources and environment management policies" - Period: 1/4/2015 - 31/3/2021
    • "A patients' preference study: Investigating the importance of Psoriasis Severity and its effective treatment to patients with Psoriatic Arthritis" - Period: 25/5/2015 - 31/12/2019
    • "Design of an Innovative Energy-Aware IT Ecosystem for Motivating Behavioral Changes towards the Adoption of Energy Efficient Lifestyles / ENTROPY 2020" - Period: 1/9/2015 - 30/11/2018
    • "ChArGED - CleAnweb Gamified Energy Disaggregation" - Period: 1/3/2016 - 31/12/2019
    • "Cultural Pathways to Economic Self-Sufficiency and Entrepreneurship (CUPESSE): Family Values ​​and Youth Unemployment in Europe" - Period: 20/7/2016 - 30/6/2019
    • "Implementation Support and Improvement of OSE Quality Management System and Environment according to ISO 9001: 2008, ISO 14001: 2004, Management Adequacy according to ELOT 1429: 2008 and Safety Management System" - Period: 1/10/2016 - 15/2/2018
    • "Optimal Climate Policy mix and Global Financial Assets - Action II" - Period: 8/12/2016 - 7/3/2018
    • "Economic and Environmental Impacts of Supply Chain Coordination in models with symmetric and asymmetric information - Action II" - Period: 8/12/2016 - 8/3/2018
    • "Mainstreaming Responsible Innovation European S3-Marie" - Period: 1/1/2017 - 31/12/2021
    • "Economic Policy (including monetary policy) and climate change" - Period: 15/2/2017 - 14/8/2019
    • «Greek Observational Study on Mental Health Outcomes and Neurocognition in HIV patients receiving DRV / COBI as first line treatment» - Period 26/5/2017 - 31/1/2018
    • "Support for the Implementation and Improvement of the Unified Management System (Quality and Environmental Management Systems according to ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and Management Adequacy according to ELOT 1429: 2008 and Safety Management System)" - Period: 1/11/2017 - 30/4/201
    • "Support for social welfare interventions of students of the Athens University of Economics and Business" - Period: 1/1/2018 - 31/12/2021
    • "OPA RUN Road Race" - Period: 18/1/2018 - 31/12/2019
    • "Essays in Environmental Economics" - Period: 1/2/2018 - 31/10/2020
    • "Environmental Performance: Imitating competitive strategy-leaders" - Period: 29/3/2018 - 30/6/2020
    • "1) Competition issues in the aviation fuel market, examples from Greece and the European Union, 2) Market abuse and corruption issues in the energy sector and ways to deal with them" - Period: 24/5/2018 - 30/9/2018
    • "Female participation in high-tech enterprises (FEMINA)" - Period: 21/6/2018 - 31/5/2023
    • "Study of perceptions, beliefs and attitudes of consumers - Practice" Utilization of organic waste from the central market of Athens (OKAA) for the production of insect larvae protein in order to reduce the dependence of sea bream and sea bass diets on fishmeal8 ​​" - 20/9/2021
    • "Enhancing environmental performance through sustainable development: The role of technological heterogeneity (EPSD research project) - Action II" - Period: 24/1/2019 - 23/1/2020
    • "Modeling and solving hazardous materials distribution problems - Action I" - Period: 24/1/2019 - 23/1/2021
    • "Research Laboratory in Socio-Economic & Environmental Sustainability - ReSEES Laboratory" - Period: 30/5/2019 - 29/5/2021
    • "Equity Crowdfunding in the Energy Sector" - Period: 19/9/2019 - 31/12/2019
    • "FACTLOG, Energy - Aware Factory Analytics for Process Industries" - Period: 1/11/2019 - 28/4/2023
    • "Energy upgrade of the main building & the Derigny wing of AOP - Prefabricated actions and final studies" - Period: 7/11/2019 - 31/12/2023
    • "Energy upgrade of the main building & the Derigny wing of the AOP" - Period: 7/11/2019 - 31/12/2023
    • "Energy upgrade of the main building & the Derigny wing of the AOP - Creation of an Experiential Laboratory for demonstration actions APE-EXE" - Period: 7/11/2019 - 31/12/2023
    • "Transforming academic knowledge to develop entrepreneurial Universities in Pakistan - Take up" - Period: 27/2/2020 - 14/1/2023
    • "Behavioral Eco… Logics of Energy - Development of algorithmic tools for the efficient integration of flexibility services in energy demand, using behavioral economics models - Action II" - Period: 12/3/2020 - 12/3/2021
    • "Development of a contractual framework for clearing services of stock exchange energy derivatives" - Period: 19/3/2020 - 30/6/2020
    • "Managing Water, Ecosystems and food across sectors and scales in the South Mediterranean - AWESOME" - Season: 7/5/2020 - 31/12/2023