- Senior Researcher
Tel: (+30) 210 8203563
Ioanna Deligianni holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens and an MBA from the Athens University of Economics and Business. She received her PhD in Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Management from the Athens University of Economics and Business. After the completion of her doctoral studies in October 2009, she has worked as a post-doctoral researcher in the Strategy and Entrepreneurship Laboratory of the Department of Management Science and Technology of the Athens University of Economics and Business and as an adjunct lecturer in the Department of Accounting and Finance of the Athens University of Economics and Business and the Department of Financial and Management Engineering of the University of the Aegean. Currently she is a visiting lecturer in the Department of Public and Business Administration of the University of Cyprus.
Her research work has been published in international journals, book chapters and various academic conference proceedings. Her research interests revolve around entrepreneurship, innovation, new venture growth and strategy. Parallel to her research activities, she has and still is actively involved in several national and European projects, while she has contributed as consultancy advisor in several organizations.
Performance of Technology Adoption: The Impact of Technological Capabilities
and Managerial Socio-Cognitive Capacities, Basic Research Funding Program (PEVE)
3, Research Center of the AUEB, 2010-2011.
Effects of Functional and Numerical Flexibility on new ventures innovation, Basic Research Funding Program (PEVE) 2, 2009-2010.
Financial Literacy Project, EFG Eurobank Ergasias Bank, 2009.
Development of Evaluation Criteria for the implementation of Programmes for the Financial Support of SMEs of Three Main Sectors: Manufacturing, Tourism and Trade, Ministry of Finance, 2009.
Statistical Analysis of the Criteria of the International Competitiveness Indicators: Independent Dimensions and Impact on the GDP, Ministry of Development, 2005.