Mr. Panagiotis Stamolampros
- Position: Lecturer in Business Analytics
- Areas of expertise: Online Information; User Generated Content; Consumer Evaluations; Employee Satisfaction; Text Analytics; Product Quality
- Email: P.Stamolampros@leeds.ac.uk
- Phone: +44(0)113 343 6850
- Location: 1.14 Charles Thackrah
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PhD, Management, Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia, UK
MBA International, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece
BSc International Economics and Finance, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece
Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Panagiotis is a Lecturer in Business Analytics since May 2019. Before joining the Centre for Decision Research he has been employed as an Associate Tutor and Research Associate at Norwich Business School. Prior to entering academia, Panagiotis gained valuable experience working in the Banking and Insurance sector for 12 years.
Panagiotis research interest is at the intersection of Marketing, Operations, and Finance. He empirically explores the relationship between product quality and economic factors and he also has an interest in the informational value of user-generated content as a source that reduces information asymmetries and captures true product quality. In this area, Panagiotis investigates the impact of several unexplored behavioral and cultural biases and their effect on consumers’ perceptions about product quality, by combining theories of innovation diffusion, quality management, consumer behavior, and social psychology. His work also explores the value relevance and predictive ability of that source of information for firms and different categories of stakeholders (investors, customers, employees).
Panagiotis research has attracted interest from several media outlets in the past. Among others his work and/or opinion has been featured at: New York Times, Moneyish, Yahoo!news, World Economic Forum, businessadvice, The conversation, HR Zone, Independent, MoneyWeek, Onrec, HR Grapevine, Quartz at Work, Esquire (Spanish).
- Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Research groups and institutes
- Centre for Decision Research