Angeliki Karagiannaki

Angeliki Karagiannaki
Athens University of Economics and Business | AUEB · Department of Management Science and Technology

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Knowledge Intensive Enterprises (KIEs) constitute one of the most promising forms of entrepreneurial activity that can boost economic growth. Especially within the context of Innovation Ecosystems (IEs), KIEs play a central role in modern innovation research. The Covid-19 pandemic highlighted strongpoints and deficiencies in the broader ecosystems,...
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The report presents, as the main result of the CompactLight project, the conceptual design of the CompactLight hard X-ray FEL. It is divided in the following chapters: 1. Executive Summary 2. Introduction 3. Science Goals and Photon Output Requirements 4. Systems Design and Performance 5. Accelerator 6. Light Production 7. Civil Engineering...
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Digital entrepreneurship is one of the most important and impactful forms of entrepreneurship. However, the majority of digital start-ups fail to scale, despite their potential to achieve growth. Moreover, what constitutes growth is significantly different for start-ups as compared with established firms: they have limited financial performance, an...
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Purpose: Discussion regarding systems that promote innovation, aptly named Innovation Ecosystems, has been intensifying both in academia and business. The purpose of this paper is to introduce Activity Theory as a theoretical framework for conceptualizing and studying Innovation Ecosystems. Using Activity Theory it investigates elements that affect...
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Entrepreneurship and its connection to the manifestations of innovation has been discussed in academia for quite some time. The last 15 years saw the increasing relevance of open innovation and a rising prominence of so-called ecosystems. As interactions between different stakeholders become more complex, innovation ecosystems are becoming of prime...
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Literature regarding entrepreneurial teams has risen the last decade (Fayolle et al., 2014). Researchers study entrepreneurial teams as a part of a big company, even though an entrepreneurial team usually does not evolve under the context of a large and stable organization. It mostly works and flourish under circumstances of instability, lack of in...
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Innovative technology enterprises are recognized internationally as an important pillar in modern economic activity. This paper presents the findings from a research combining qualitative and quantitative methods, with the specific goal of identifying and verifying the characteristics that affect their survival and growth. Results from an in-depth...
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The emergence of the industrial internet of things that drives the fourth industrial revolution, also known as Industry 4.0 (I4.0), is bringing to the forefront the question of how industrial actors can capture value using such technologies. To answer this question, this paper follows a multidisciplinary approach drawing from the fields of Business...
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Companies nowadays use various business intelligence and analytics (BI&A) platforms to support de-cision making. Key challenges for users are to efficiently interact with BI&A platforms and quickly comprehend the insights. The research field that studies user-centric design of systems is Human-Com-puter Interaction (HCI). A lot of research has been...
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The latest generation of light sources, the Free Electron Lasers that are capable of delivering high-intensity photon beams of unprecedented brilliance and quality, provide a substantially novel way to probe matter with a very high, largely unexplored potential for science and innovation. The CompactLight Collaboration intends to design a hard X-ra...
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Many new product innovations are attributed to new venture creation. Although there are many success cases, many new ventures quit before they have fulfilled their greatest potential mainly because the team quits their effort. This research tries to delve into several factors that affect the dynamics of an entrepreneurial team along the different s...
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New venture creation plays a significant role in today's economy because it accounts for a considerable portion of new product innovations. Despite many success stories, many new ventures fail before they have fulfilled their greatest potential, often because the team quits the endeavor. This research attempts to explore several factors that influe...
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In response to the increasing demand for sustainable supply chains, companies need to trace, manage and assess their energy and carbon emissions by incorporating a life cycle perspective. Recent studies in the field of Information Systems (IS) have argued that information systems can contribute to more sustainable supply chains by supporting energy...
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Empowered by the possibility to automatically identify unique product instances, the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology is expected to revolutionize the supply chain processes. However, in view of the numerous possible ways that RFID can be implemented within the supply chain, the issue of supporting the design choices based on a cred...
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Purpose – Empowered by the possibility to automatically identify unique instances, radio frequency identification (RFID) is expected to revolutionize warehouse processes. However, every warehouse differs from each other in several ways. Given such dimensionality, a credible assessment of the true value of RFID requires that the contextual factors t...
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Freezing is a very well established food preservation process that produces high-quality nutritious foods that offer the advantage of a long storage life. However, freezing is not suitable for all foods, and freezing does cause physical and chemical changes in many foods that are perceived as reducing the quality of the thawed material. Many innova...
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Prior empirical research on the evaluation of RFID technology treats and assesses individual RFID applications independently and in isolation from each other. However, literature on investment evaluation of information technologies has recognised and utilised the significance of evaluating “interdependent” information systems (IS) projects with syn...
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Empowered by the possibility to automatically identify unique product instances, the emerging Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology is expected to revolutionize the supply chain processes. However, in view of the numerous possible ways that RFID can be implemented within the supply chain, the issue of supporting the design choices based...
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Purpose – The concept of “traceability as a strategy and mandatory initiative” has replaced that of “traceability as a cost of a business or as a voluntary responsibility”. This implies that the introduction of a traceability system should be perceived and positioned as a catalyst for better business practices. However, despite these benefits, a tr...
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IntroductionBackground The contextAlternative RFID implementationsThe selected RFID projectThe pilot implementationConclusions AcknowledgementReferences
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This paper presents a step-by-step approach to design "realistic" RFID-enabled application scenarios and services in terms of two decision variables. The first one lies in the aspect of technical feasibility; that is to decide on technical issues (e.g. the location of the RFID readers) and the second one includes a cost-benefit assessment; that is...
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Recent advances in information technology have raised the issue of the extent to which the potential benefits gained by Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) outweigh the value of investment in such an initiative. Hence, this has become a matter of considerable concern and debate for both practitioners and academics alike. In view of the pre-mature...
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This paper presents an application of simulation modelling within a facility layout reengineering on behalf of a services' organisation; Coventry City Council (CCC). This organisation was burdened with its operational activities that take place at its depot. The available parking places were not adequate to meet the fleet's needs and, in addition,...

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