Short Bio

Hi! I am an an economist and an Assistant Professor of Information Systems at Stevens Institute of Technology's School of Business. My research is focused on the economics of technology, particularly on market design in the context of online marketplaces.

My recent work examines topics including as the public policy implications of online platforms, the limits of online reputation systems, the economic implications of the "sharing economy," and the management of organizational change in P2P marketplaces. Methodologically, I develop economic models, conduct field experiments, and develop and use machine learning methods to extract insights from large data sets.

My work has appeared in venues such as the San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank, the ACM conference on Economics and Computation (EC), the Workshop on Information Systems and Economics (WISE), the International Conference of Information Systems (ICIS), the ZEW Conference on the Economics of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), and the Big Data journal. My research has also been recognized with the ICIS best paper in the Crowdsourcing, Crowdfunding, Blockchain, and Sharing Economy track, and has been nominated for the ICIS best conference paper award.

I received my Ph.D. in Information Systems at NYU Stern, and my diploma degree in Computer Science (summa cum laude) from the University of Patras.

Research

Teaching

  • 2019, Spring --- Applied Analytics, MBA
  • 2018, Fall --- Fundamentals of Information Systems, UG (x2)
  • 2018, Spring --- Data Mining for Bus. Analytics, MBA
  • 2017, Fall --- Network Analytics, MBA
  • 2017, Spring --- Decision Models, UG
  • 2017, Spring --- Decision Models, MBA (x2)
  • 2016, Summer --- IT in Business and Society, UG
  • 2016, Summer --- Network Analytics, MBA
  • 2016, Spring --- Data Mining for Bus. Analytics, MBA
  • 2016, Winter --- Operations Management, MBA
  • 2015, Spring --- Decision Models, UG
  • 2015, Spring --- Decision Models, MBA (x2)