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Position

1995 -: Assistant Professor in Computer Science, Technological Educational Institution of the Peloponnese, Department of Management in Business and Organizations

Education

Doctor of Information Systems, Middlesex University, London.

Master of Arts in Computer Science, City University of New York, Brooklyn College, Computer Science Department, USA.

Bachelor in Economics, National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, School: Law Economics & Political Sciences, Dept: Economics, Greece

Non-academic activity in Local government

1994-1995: In charge of IT & Management Department, ‘Municipality of Kalamata’

1988-1994: In charge of the Office of City Planning Project using GIS, ‘Municipality of Kalamata’

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Fall semester

Computer Science I

Management Information Systems

Spring semester

Computer Science II

Thursday 11-13, Room 153

Thursday 13-15, Room 153

Friday 9-11, Room 153

Friday 11-13, Room 153

Electronic Government and Information Technology in Local Government

Wednesday 9-11, Room 153

Wednesday 14-16, Room 153

Thursday 9-11, Room 139

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Refereed Journal Publications

Voutinioti, A. ‘The role of Citizen Service Centres in eGovernment adoption in Greece’, International Journal of Technology Marketing, in press.

Voutinioti, A. ‘Determinants of User Adoption of e-Government Services: The Case of Greek Local Government’, International Journal of Technology Marketing, Vol 9, Νο 3, pp. 234-251, 2014.

Voutinioti, A.Determinants of User Adoption of e-Government Services in Greece and the role of Citizen Service Centres’, Elsevier, Procedia Technology, Volume 8, 2013, pp. 238–244, 2013.

Refereed Conference Presentations

Voutinioti, A. ‘Factors Influencing e-Government Progress In Greece: An Employee's Perspective’, 8th Euromed Conference of the Euromed Academy of Business, Verona, Italy, 16-18 September 2015.

Voutinioti, A. ‘‘The roles of Citizen Service Centres in e-Government diffusion in Greece’, A. Voutinioti, 7th Euromed Conference of the Euromed Academy of Business, Kristiansand, Norway, 18-19 September 2014.

Voutinioti, A. ‘Determinants of User Adoption of e-Government Services and the role of Citizen Service Centres in Greece’,  6th Euromed Conference of the Euromed Academy of Business, Estoril, Lisbon, Portugal, 23-24, September 2013.

Voutinioti, A. ‘Determinants of User Adoption of e-Government Services: The Case of Greek Local Government’, 5th Euromed Conference of the Euromed Academy of Business, Glion – Montreux, Switzerland, 4-5 October 2012.

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Room: 137

Tel.: 27210 45137

Email: avoutinioti(at)teikal.gr

Office hours: Wednesday 11:00-13:00, Friday 12:30-13:30

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