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Dr Markos Zachariadis

Assistant Professor of Information Systems

Research Interests

Innovation; economics of technology; data, information and knowledge in digital, economic and social networks; financial telecommunication; financial services innovation; ICT adoption and diffusion.

Teaching in 2015-2016

Information Systems Management & Innovation
  • IB94V0: Data & Business Intelligence
  • IB94C0: Dissertation MSISMI
  • IB9AV0: Global Finance and IT
  • IB92X0: Business IT and Services

Information Systems & Management Group, Organising Healthcare Research Network

Email:  /  Tel: 024 765 22145


Markos is an Assistant Professor at the Information Systems & Management Group, Warwick Business School. Prior to joining WBS, Markos was a Research Associate at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School, on a CLAHRC (Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care) multidisciplinary project looking at the diffusion of service innovation through knowledge exchange and multidisciplinary teams in healthcare, as well as a co-investigator on a SWIFT funded project at the London School of Economics, Department of Management (ISMI Group).

Previously, Dr Zachariadis held a research position at the Centre for Economic Performance, Innovation and Productivity Programme, London School of Economics and was a Tutorial Fellow at London Business School. He has also held visiting appointments at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School (2009) and London Business School, Management Science & Operations group (2011).

Markos studied economics and social science at the University of Patras (BSc Hons in Economic Science) and received his MSc and PhD from the London School of Economics where he did research on the history, diffusion and economics of innovation in the financial services sector. For his research on the economics of networks he has received a NET Institute Award (NYU Stern) ?

Markos has worked as a business analyst and consultant for a number of organizations including Hewlett Packard, NHS, and UBS Investment Bank in Greece, Spain, and the UK.


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