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Dimitrios Giokas is Professor of Operational Research at the Department of Economics of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. He received his degree in Economics from  University of Athens, MSc (in Operational Research) from University of Lancaster (UK) and his Ph.D. (in Operational Research) from University of Athens. Since 1980 he is at the University of Athens Professor from 2010, teaching Applied Operational Research, Mathematical Programming Techniques, Applications of Quantitative Methods in Business Decisions, and Statistics I, in the Department of Economics. He was Division Manager (Economic Analysis, MIS) and Senior Adviser at the Commercial Bank of Greece.

He has conducted research in a variety of areas including benchmarking of banking operations, performance measurement in the Public and Private sectors and multi-objective mathematical programming applications for decision making. He has an extensive research record and applications in comparative efficiency assessment methods most notably Data Envelopment Analysis. His papers have appeared in international academic journals such as: European Journal of Operational Research, Journal of Operational Research Society, Interfaces Institute for Operations Research and the Management Science, Omega the International Journal of Management Science, Telecommunications Policy, Journal of Multi-criteria Decision Analysis, Applied Mathematical Modelling, Computer Communications, Economic Modelling, Managerial Finance, and others, and in the proceedings of International Scientific Conferences. His current research interests include performance measurement in the public and private sectors and mathematical programming (multiobjective) applications for decision making.

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