Dr Euripidis Loukis is Professor of Information Systems & Decision Support Systems at the Department of Information & Communication Systems Engineering, University of the Aegean. Previously he has taught at the Postgraduate Program ‘Athens MBA’ of the National Technical University of Athens and the Athens University of Economics and Business, and at the University of Thessaly, in the area of information systems, and at the postgraduate program of the National Academy of Public Administration, in the area of e-Government. Also, he has served as Information Systems Advisor at the Ministry to the Presidency of the Government, as well as National Representative of Greece in the programs ‘Telematics’ and ‘IDA’ (Interchange of Data between Admnistrations) of the European Union.He has extensive research activity in the areas of ICT adoption, business value and impact, e-government, e-participation, and decision support systems.
Economic crises of different nature and intensity are often generated in our economic system, and this is probably going to continue in the future. They have not only short term negative effects on the society and economy, but also significant medium and long term ones as well, through their negative impacts on the investments of […]