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Dr. Panayotis Alexakis is Professor of Managerial Economics and Markets at the Department of Economics of the University of Athens. He has been a scholar of the "Alexander S. Onassis" Public Benefit Foundation. He has also taught at the Department of Business Administration of the University of the Aegean, at the Hellenic and Cypriot Open University, in postgraduate business programs and in business seminars. During his career he has dealt with issues relating to the cooperation between the university and enterprises. He has worked at the Ministry of Finance, at the Bank of Greece, as a consultant to enterprises and organizations and has held management posts. He has been chairman and CEO at the Athens Derivatives Exchange since 1998 and the Athens Stock Exchange since 2000, until 2004. He has participated in scientific conferences with papers and has published articles in scientific journals. His scientific work is recognized worldwide. He is a member of scientific associations, and is currently Director at the Center for Financial Studies, at the Department of Economics of the University of Athens.

Dr. Nikolaos Milonas is a Professor of Finance at the Department of Economics, University of Athens. He holds a M.B.A. degree from Baruch College and a Ph.D. degree in Finance from the City University of New York. He has taught finance courses at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, at Baruch College and at ALBA. Over the years, he has developed and administered Master’s level educational programs for executives in various companies. His research work focuses on contemporary issues in money, capital, derivatives, and energy markets with a special emphasis in the area of institutional investing. His numerous articles have been published in prestigious academic journals including the Journal of Finance. In his professional career he had assumed the role of Investments Director with an insurance company, he was Chairman of the investment committee of a mutual fund company, and has served as consultant and Board member in banks, institutional investors and securities firms.

Dimitris Kenourgios is currently Associate Professor of Finance at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA), Faculty of Economics. He received a BSc degree from NKUA, Faculty of Economics  (1995), MSc  degree in Money, Banking and Finance from the University of Birmingham (UK), Department of Economics (1996), and  PhD degree in Finance from the NKUA, Faculty of Economics (2000). 

He has taught at the Athens University of Economics and Business (Department of Accounting and Finance and Department of International and European Economic Studies), the University of Piraeus (Department of Banking and Financial Management), the University of Thessaly (Department of Economics), the Hellenic Open University, the Open University of Cyprus, the MBA program of Kentucky with TEI of Piraeus in Greece and at master programs organized by the University of Strathclyde (U.K) and University of Wales (U.K) in Greece. 

Among other journals, his work appears in Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money, International Review of Financial Analysis, The Manchester School, Small Business Economics, Journal of Multinational Financial Management, Journal of Policy Modeling, Journal of Economic Studies, Applied Financial Economics, Research in International Business and Finance, Applied Economics Letters, Global Business and Economics Review, Economia Internazionale, Journal of Economic Integration.

His research interests focus on the Analysis of Developed and Emerging Financial Markets, Financial Crises and Contagion, Financial Modeling and Financial Risk Management. His research work has also been presented extensively in international academic conferences. He has served as a referee in several academic journals, and a member of editorial advisory boards of international academic journals. Finally, he has an extensive experience in executive training and e-learning services in the areas of investments, financial derivatives, capital markets and corporate finance.

Dr. George Dotsis is a Lecturer in Finance at the Department of Economics of the National and Kapodestrian University of Athens. He holds a BSc in Economics from Athens University of Economics and Business, an MSc in Mathematical Finance from Cass Business School and a PhD in Finance from Athens University of Economics and Business. From 2006- 2011, he was a Lecturer and Senior Lecturer at Essex Business School, University of Essex. His research interests are in the area of asset pricing, derivatives valuation and financial econometrics. His work has been published in the Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Empirical Finance, Journal of Futures Markets and European Journal of Finance.