Centre for Information Management

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Dr Lazaros Goutas PhD (Cambridge), MPhil (Cambridge), MSc (Birkbeck), BSc (Aristotle)

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Lecturer in Information Management

Lazaros joined Loughborough University in 2016 as Lecturer in Information Management, having previously worked as a Senior Research Fellow in Information Systems at ETH Zurich. Previously to that, he worked as a Research Fellow in Information Systems at INSEAD Business School. He completed his undergraduate studies in Economics at Aristotle University, followed by an MSc in International Business at Birkbeck College, and an MPhil/PhD Sociology at the University of Cambridge.

His research broadly enquires into the ways in which artefact design features influence human behaviour at the individual and organisational level. He has a particular interest on examining ethical behavioural aspects that include, among others, ethical consumption, environmental sustainability, erroneous behaviour, deception and fraud. In addition to the above, Lazaros has an active interest in examining the diverse forms of value creations that organisations can derive from novel technological artefacts and solutions.

Lazaros has taught on several undergraduate and postgraduate modules in the areas of Information Architecture, Human-Computer Interaction, IS Implementation, and Digital Strategy. He also supervises a number of undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations in the above areas. Lazaros has a successful track record in PhD supervision, and welcomes applications from prospective students around topics related to his research

  • Information Systems (IS) and Environmental Sustainability
  • Information Systems (IS) and Food Consumption Behaviour
  • Information Systems (IS) Ethics
  • Information Transparency
  • Digital Strategy

Ad hoc reviewer for Information Systems Journal, New Media and Society, Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, ICIS, AoM Annual Meeting

Invited to serve as an Associate Editor in the HCI track, ICIS 2015