I.F. (Ioannis-Filippos) Kanellopoulos MSc
PhD Track Doctoral Research in Business Analytics in Information Systems
Researchers in the field of information systems combine information management and data analytics in order to generate new scientific knowledge. The Business Information Management (BIM) section in the Department of Technology of Operation Management at Rotterdam School of Management (Erasmus University) is seeking a highly motivated PhD student who desires to pursue an academic research career in this field.
Applicants must have strong quantitative training, with preference given to candidates who have earned an MSc, MPhil or Research Master in econometrics, statistics, or microeconomics, and who have proficiency with R, SQL, python, or other data-oriented programming languages.
The PhD student will gain the training and experience necessary to conduct independent research through course work and seminars in IS, economics and quantitative marketing; workshops and research seminars; and through applied and theoretical research conducted in concert with the BIM faculty. The PhD thesis will be defined by the student with input from the supervisory group, and thus requires creativity, self-direction, and a passion for scientific inquiry.
- Business Analytics, Information Strategy, Digital Innovation, Social Media, Mobile Commerce, Economics of IS, Digital Platform
- Time frame
- 2018 -
Working paper (1)
Kanellopoulos, I., Gutt, D., & Li, T. (2022). Do Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) Affect Prices of Physical Products? Evidence from Trading Card Collectibles. https://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3918256
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