Staff Catalogue


Department of Business and Public Administration
FEB 01 - Faculty of Economics and Management, 06 FEB01
University Campus
Panos Markopoulos is an Associate Professor at the Business and Public Administration Department, University of Cyprus. Dr. Markopoulos completed his PhD in the University of Pennsylvania in 2004 studying the mechanism by which consumers receive information about products and services in electronic markets. His professional experience includes the Athens Stock Exchange, IBM Research, and the management consulting firm McKinsey & Co, where he worked from 2005 until 2011, and where he consulted for the top management of Fortune-500 corporations in Europe, USA and Canada.
As an academic, he has taught undergraduate and MBA level courses in Cornell University and the Wharton Business School. His work on electronic markets has been published in top academic journals, including Management Science, the Journal of Management Information Systems, and the Harvard Business School Press.
He is currently the director of the University of Cyprus’ Centre for Entrepreneurship and a co-director in the MSc in Data Science graduate program.
- Management Information Systems
- Economics and Electronic Markets
- Product information online: mechanisms and market operation
- Game Theory
  • P.M. Markopoulos and K. Kosanagar, 'A Model of Product Design and Information Disclosure Investments', Management Science (2018 64:2 pp. 739–759).
  • P.M. Markopoulos, R. Aron and L.H. Ungar, 'Product Information Websites: Are they Good for Consumers?', Journal of Management Information Systems (2016 33:3 pp. 624-651).
  • P.M. Markopoulos and E.K. Clemons, 'Reducing Buyers’ Uncertainty about Taste-Related Product Attributes', Journal of Management Information Systems. (2013 30:2 pp. 269-299).
  • P.M. Markopoulos, R. Aron and L.H. Ungar, Information Market for Product Attributes: A Game Theoretic, Dual Pricing Mechanism, Decision Support Systems (2010 49:2 pp 187–199).
  • Information, HyperDifferentiation and Delight: The Value of Being Different, in 'The Broadband Explosion', Harvard Business School Press, Copyright 2005. (with E.K. Clemons, R. Spitler and B. Gu)