Digital infrastructures and platforms; digital entrepreneurship and innovation; online labor platforms for new collar workers; and the transformative effects of artificial intelligence.
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Information Systems & Management Group, Organising Healthcare Research Network
Panos Constantinides is an Associate Professor of Digital Innovation at the Warwick Business School and Academic Director of the AI Innovation Network. Previously, he held positions at the Department of Organisation, Work & Technology at Lancaster University's Management School (LUMS), and the Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge, where he also earned my PhD.
Panos' research focuses on the areas of information infrastructures and digital platforms, having participated in research projects in the UK, US, Greece, Kenya, Bangladesh, and South Africa. His research advances Elinor Ostrom's (Nobel Laureate) theory of governing natural resource commons in the context of digital infrastructures and platforms and proposing a set of polycentric mechanisms for the effective governance of these. Panos' research has been published in world-elite journals such as Information Systems Research, MIS Quarterly, the Journal of the Association of Information Systems and Organisation Studies. Panos' research has also appeared in The Guardian, The Conversation, CBS News, Raconteur and ZDnet among others.
In terms of internal service, Panos has served as Director of the MSc in Management Information Systems and Digital Innovation, and PhD Director for the Information Systems and Management Group, both at WBS. He has led the launch of an Artificial Intelligence Innovation Network (AIIN), based at WBS, but spanning departments across the University of Warwick, including Computer Science and the Medical School. He has also co-organized a number of Digital Health events. Together with the AIIN, these events have achieved significant outreach and engagement of senior practitioners and policy leaders embedded in the digital innovation ecosystem, as well as entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and academics.
In terms of external service, Panos currently serves as an Associate Editor at MIS Quarterly. He has also served as a guest Senior Editor for the ISR Special Issue on Platforms and Infrastructures in the Digital Age. Since 2010, he has also served as an Associate Editor for the International Conference of Information Systems and the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, in the Organizational, Communication & Information Systems (OCIS) division, among other conference roles. He has also served as External Examiner for Lancaster University and currently serves as an External Examiner for LSE's MSc in Management Information Systems and Digital Innovation.
Panos has received research, editorial and teaching awards, including the British Academy Rising Star Award for research contributions in digital infrastructures and platforms, the MISQ Outstanding Associate Editor award for 2017, and multiple WBS awards for teaching at the MSc and MBA programs.