Personal page: www.korfiatis.info
Address: Thomas Paine Study Centre, 0.15, Norwich Research Park, NR47TJ, Norwich, UK
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BSc. Department of Management Science and Technology, Athens University of Economics and Business
MEng in Computer Engineering with Specialization in Information Retrieval (Interactive Systems Engineering). Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden
PhD in Information Management, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark.
Research fellowships at the Universities of Uppsala, Copenhagen (Department of Economics), Alcala(Madrid) and Frankfurt (Goethe).
Experimental research methods
Search Engine Marketing
Electronic word of mouth
Online communities and crowdsourcing
Current Projects (ongoing)
- Profiles of serial “returners”: Understanding intentional product returns and its implications.
- Advertising elasticities and order cancelation: How product returns influence advertising planning.
- Econometric techniques for the detection of review fraud.
- Proximity marketing applications for retailers.
- Information overload and online reviews.
Huang, G. H., & Korfiatis, N. (2015). Trying before buying: The moderating role of online reviews in trial attitude formation toward mobile applications. International Journal of Electronic Commerce, 19(4), 77-111.
Korfiatis, N., Zicari, R., & Lytras, M. D. (2015). Gender effects and cooperation styles in the Facebook community: A quasi-experimental assessment. Computers in Human Behavior, 48, 44-50.
Wu, P. F., & Korfiatis, N. (2013). You Scratch Someone’s Back and We’ll Scratch Yours: Collective Reciprocity in Social Q&A Communities. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (JASIST), 64(10), 2069-2077.
Korfiatis, N., & Poulos, M. (2013). Using online consumer reviews as a source for demographic recommendations: A case study using online travel reviews. Expert Systems with Applications, 40(14), 5507-5515.
Korfiatis, N., Barriocanal-Garcia, E, Sanchez, S. (2012). Evaluating content quality and helpfulness of online product reviews: The interplay of review helpfulness vs. review content. Electronic Commerce Research and Applications, 11(3), 205-217.