Dr Marios Samdanis is a Lecturer in Strategy, Entrepreneurship and International Management. Prior to joining Brunel, he was a Lecturer in Digital Creativity and New Media Management at Birkbeck College, University of London, and a Lecturer in Art Business at Sotheby’s Institute of Art, London. He has a PhD in Management from Kent Business School, University of Kent, and a Master degree in Innovation Management and Technology Policy from Birkbeck College. His research has been published in journals such as European Management Review, Information and Organization and International Journal of Human-Computer Studies. He is active reviewer for a wide range of journals in the areas of innovation and entrepreneurship.
Dr Samdanis is currently involved in undergraduate studies in the fields of strategy and general management such as Strategic Management, Issues and Controversies in Management, Introduction to Management Enquiry, and the postgraduate module Professional Consultancy in Business Intelligence and Social Media. He has supervised MSc and MA theses.
Newest selected publications
Kapetaniou, C., Samdanis, M. and Lee, SH. (2018) 'Innovation policies of Cyprus during the global economic crisis: Aligning financial institutions with National Innovation System'. Technological Forecasting and Social Change. ISSN: 0040-1625 Open Access Link
Samdanis, M. and Lee, SH. (2017) 'Access Inequalities in the Artistic Labour Market in the UK: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Precariousness, Entrepreneurialism and Voluntarism'. European Management Review. ISSN: 1740-4754 Open Access Link
Samdanis, M. and Lee, SH. (2017) 'White space and digital remediation of design practice in architecture: A case study of Frank O. Gehry'. Information and Organization, 27 (2). pp. 73 - 86. ISSN: 1471-7727 Open Access Link
Lee, SH., Samdanis, M. and Gkiousou, S. (2014) 'Hybridizing food cultures in computer-mediated environments: Creativity and improvisation in Greek food blogs'. International Journal of Human Computer Studies, 72 (2). pp. 224 - 238. ISSN: 1071-5819