Position:      Faculty Teaching Fellow
Department: Business Administration
Tel: +30.2410.684625

Short Bio:

Achilleas joined the TEI of Thessaly (Larissa), Business School as a part-time lecturer in 2001 teaching Human Resource Management, Business Communications and Management Seminar-Case Studies. Since 2014 he has been Faculty Teaching Fellow in Business School.


He holds a PhD in Labour Market and Human Resource Management (U of Birmingham). His thesis focuses on the Effects of Greek Labour Market Regulation on Human Resource Management Practices. He also obtained a master degree (MPhil) in International Finance (U of Glasgow) and a bachelor (BSc) in Business Administration (TEI of Thessaly)


He has been involved in European research projects, contributing empirical research which has been presented at international conferences and published in academic journals.


Undergraduate Studies Master Studies
710 - Business Planning Developent* Human Resource Management (M.Sc & M.Ed)
713 - International Business Strategic Management (MBA)
495 - Human Resource Management 

* also offered in winter semester to Erasmus students (English language)

Dissertation Supervision:

Human Resource Management  International Business 
Comparative Labour Markets Family Business Management & Entrepreneurship
Labour Flexibility HRM in Hospitality

Post Doctoral Research Fellow, U of Macedonia
Dept of European and International Studies, "The Informal Employment in Greece" - 

Recent Publications

☑ The Impact of Greek Labour Market Regulation on Temporary Employment - Evidence from a Survey in Thessaly, Greece, The International Journal of Human Resource Management, Vol. 26, Issue 18, pp 2366-2393, 2015 (with S Siebert)** 

☑ Tackling Undeclared Work in Greece, Global Business and Economic Anthology 2015Dec 2015, Vol. 2, pp 32-46, Global Business & Economics Anthology (ISSN:1553-1392)

☑ Notes on Labour Market Flexibility & Informality in Greece, 10th MIBES Conference, TEI of Thessaly

The  Impacts of the Labour Market Reforms in Greece: Towards more Flexible and Informal Jobs? 

**The Impact of Greek Labour Market Regulation on Temporary & Family Employment - Evidence from a New Survey,
Hellenic Observatory, London School of Economics & Political Science, London, UK
IZA Discussion Papers 6504, Institute of Labor for Study (IZA), Bonn, Germany

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