Dr Andreas Kornelakis
|Post:||Visiting Senior Research Fellow (Business and Management)|
|Location:||JUBILEE BUILDING 321|
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Andreas Kornelakis is a Senior Lecturer in International Management at King's College London.
Prior to this appointment, he was a Lecturer in HR Management at the University of Sussex. He has also held Visiting Fellow/Researcher positions at the Whitaker Institute for Innovation and Societal Change, NUI-Galway (2012) and at the European University Institute, Florence (2010).
He has worked as a Researcher at the London School of Economics and Panteion University of Athens, in large multi-country EU funded research projects on Reconciling Work and Welfare in Europe (RECWOWE, 2008-2011) and on the Dynamics of National Employment Models (DYNAMO, 2005-2007).
Andreas holds a PhD in European Political Economy (London School of Economics, European Institute) and an MSc in International Employment Relations and HR Management with Distinction (London School of Economics, Management).
His research has been published in highly regarded academic journals such as: British Journal of Industrial Relations, Work Employment & Society, Business History, European Journal of Industrial Relations, Economic and Industrial Democracy, etc. His PhD Thesis was runner-up for the Labor History Dissertation Prize and he has also obtained several prizes and awards including the Mike Rose Prize for Best Paper at the 2010 WES Conference.
Andreas is currently an Editorial Board Member of BSA’s journal Work, Employment & Society; an Academic Associate of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development; and a Fellow of Higher Education Academy.
Memberships of learned societies include: the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE), the European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS), the British Universities Industrial Relations Association (BUIRA), the British Sociological Association (BSA), and the British Academy of Management (BAM).