Director of Executive Education
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Dr. Ioannis N. Lagoudis is Assistant Professor specializing in transportation logistics and supply chain management. Prior to joining the Malaysian Institute for Supply Chain Innovation he worked in industry as a consultant and in academia teaching Shipping Management, Strategic Management and Decision Making and Modeling at the University of Aegean, the Hellenic Open Univeristy and U21 Global.
He holds a first degree in Economics from the National and Capodistrian University of Athens, M.Sc. and Ph.D. in transport logistics from the University of Cardiff, Cardiff Business School and Post-Doctoral Degree in port logistics funded by the Greek State Scholarships Foundation (I.K.Y). Since 2007 he is visiting researcher at Cardiff University (Logistics Systems Dynamics Group). In 2010 he joined MIT’s Center for Transportation and Logistics as a Fulbright Research Scholar where he is affiliated today.
His research interests are in the areas of strategic management, transport management, transport logistics and supply chain management, maritime economics and logistics. He has published a number of papers in conferences and academic journals such as the Transportation Journal, European Business Review, International Journal of Transport Management, Maritime Economics and Logistics, Maritime Policy and Management, International Journal of Shipping Transportation and Logistics, International Journal of Aviation Management.
- Ioannis Theotokas, Ioannis N. Lagoudis and Neilos Kotsiopoulos, (2014) “Leadership profiling of ocean going ship Masters”, The Asian Journal of Shipping and Logistics, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 321-343.
- Ioannis N. Lagoudis, James B. Rice, Jr and Jason B. Salminen, (2014) “Port Investment Strategies Under Uncertainty: The Case of a Southeast Asian Multipurpose Port”, The Asian Journal of Shipping and Logistics, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 299-319.
- Nikolaos Vlachakis, Athanassios Mihiotis, Costas P. Pappis and Ioannis N. Lagoudis, “A Methodology for Analyzing Shipyards’ Supply Chains and Optimizing Supplier Selection”, Benchmarking; An International Journal, (2016, Vol. 23, No. 2, pp. 000-000).
- Ioannis N. Lagoudis, Amalia Polydoropoulou and Athena Tsiriba, (2012), “Improving Island Competitiveness through Alternative Ferry Connections”, Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences 48, 3622 – 3634, TRA, Athens, Greece (23nd – 26th April).
- Ioannis N. Lagoudis and Sagar Neel De, (2013), “Intermodal corridor alternatives between Asia and Central & Eastern Europe”, IAME Conference, Marseille, France (3rd -5th July).
- Prashant Koumar, Asad Ata and Ioannis Lagoudis, (2014), “Cold Chain Service Providers: An Evaluation Framework”, 19th International Symposium on Logistics, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam (6th – 9th July).
- Masoud Khakdaman Ioannis Lagoudis and Asad Ata, (2014), “On-Shelf Availability Strategies: Analyzing Alternative Models to Assure Product Availability in High Density Areas”, 19th International Symposium on Logistics, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam (6th – 9th July).
- Ioannis Theotokas, Ioannis N. Lagoudis and Neilos Kotsiopoulos, (2014), “Leadership profiling in the maritime industry: The case of the ocean going ship Masters”, IAME Conference, Virginia, USA (15th – 18th July).
- Ioannis N. Lagoudis, James B. Rice and Jason Salminen, (2014), “Port Investment Strategies Under Uncertainty: The Case of a Southeast Asia Multipurpose Port”, IAME Conference, Virginia, USA (15th – 18th July).
- Ioannis N. Lagoudis, Ioannis Theotokas and Dimitrios Broumas, (2015), “Port Competition: A Content Analysis”, GPRA2015 Conference on Port and Logistics Connectivity, 21-22 May, Hong – Kong, China.
- Nikolaos J. Zompakis, Ioannis N. Lagoudis, Ioannis Theotokas and Dimitrios J. Soudris (2015), “Scenario-Based High Risk Analysis in Maritime Operations”, ECONSHIP2015, European Conference on Shipping, Intermodalism & Ports, June 24-27, Chios, Greece.
- Ioannis N. Lagoudis, David Gligor and Michael Maloni, (2015), “Commodization in the Marine Container Industry”, IAME2015, Conference on “The role of Maritime Clusters and Innovation in Shaping Future Global Trade”, August 24-26, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.