Title/academic status: PhD, Prof. of Criminology
Section: General Sociology
Academic field: Criminology, Social and crime control
Phone: +30 210 9201804
Address: 136, Syngrou Ave., GR-17671 Kallithea/Attiki, C-Building
Research interests: Social control and security (public, private); corruption; mass media (violence and crime); prison policy, sentencing, sociology of prison; sociology of criminal law (law making, implementation, effectiveness); ecology of crime, illegal markets; police and policing; terrorism and social violence.
Member in scientific associations: Hellenic SC, ESC, GiwK, IPPF
Undergraduate Social and Crime Control; Sociology of Criminal Law; Crime Theory: control theories and theories of risk. Postgraduate/Graduate Epistemological Issues of Criminology.
Primary and Secondary High School in Athens. LLM Law School of the University of Athens. Postgraduate studies at the Law School of the University of Bielefeld, Germany. Ph.D from the Faculty of Law of the University of Freiburg Germany in Criminology - Prison Policy. Cooperation with the criminology research group of the Max-Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law in Freiburg, Germany. Participation in European research programs. Visiting Fellow of the University of Cambridge. Elected member of the ESC Board (2018-2021); elected representative of the Sociology Department at the Senate of Panteion University in the past and member of the Research Committee of the University.
- Public vices - Private virtues? Corruption and its discourse in Greece, Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbrücken 2013.
- Sociology of criminal law and the institutions of crime control, I. Sideris, Athens 2013.
- Drug policies in Europe, Nomiki Vivliothiki, Athens 2002.
- Internal security and control society, Kritiki, Athens 2001.
- Social and crime control, Papasissis, Athens 1994.
Articles in series, journals and volumes
- “Women in prison in Greece”, Women in prison. The Bangkok Rules and beyond, P.H. van Kempen & M. Krabbe (eds.), International Penal and Penitentiary Foundation 46, Intersentia, Cambridge 2017: 417-478.
- “The Appearances and Realities of Corruption in Greece: The Cases of MAYO and Siemens AG”, The Routledge International Handbook of the Crimes of the Powerful, Gregg Barak (ed.), Routledge, Abingdon Oxon, New York 2015: 427-440.
- “Illegal markets in a collapsing economy”, Getting by or Getting Rich? The Formal, Informal and Criminal Economy in a Globalized World, P. Saitta, J. Shapland & A. Verhage (eds.), Eleven International, den Haag, 2013: 61-93.
- “Myths and realities about corruption in public administration and its discourse in Greece”, Amsterdam Law Forum 4 (3) 2012: 77-96.
- “Citizens’ safety, business trust and Greek Police”, International Review of Administrative Sciences (IRAS) 70 (2004): 89–110.
- • Recent trends in crime control policies, Honorary Volume for Emeritus Prof. A. Magganas, coedited with S. Papamichail & P. Schizas, Papazissis, Athens 2018.
Participation in several international, European and national workshops, seminars, etc. Keynote speaker in several international and European workshops, seminars and congresses, e.g. Alternative Dispute Resolution in Greece-Juvenile victims and offenders, Ministry of Justice/Hungary; Scenario thinking and illegal markets in Adria and Balkans, ProAdria - Center for research, crime analysis and security for Europe, Italy; Political violence and terrorism, GERN - CNRS/ France & Posthumuus Institute, Erasmus University, Rotterdam/The Netherlands; Corruption, EUCPN, Athens; Prison Policy, International Penal and Penitentiary Foundation, Lausanne/CH; Internationalisation of crime and international police cooperation, American Society of Public Administration (ASPA)/Tennessee Chapter - Institute of Government, USA, etc.