George FilisInternational Business and European Affairs (IBEA)
BA in Economics, The American College of Greece; MA in International Relations, University of Durham; PhD in International Relations and Geopolitical Analysis, University of Durham
Dr George Filis has been a member of the faculty of the International Business and European Affairs Department since 2010. He currently teaches courses related to European issues, international business, international management, foreign direct investment and innovation technology.His research interests focus on matters of geopolitical theory & analysis, geoeconomics, energy security, Eurasian developments, Russia, Turkey, Greece and International Business.
Dr Filis has participated in numerous conferences & seminars of several Greek, international and multinational organizations and institutions as a guest-speaker and/or a participant. He has served as keynote speaker, analyst, scientific advisor and interviewee to high-ranking political personnel on the ministerial level, in political parties, and at conferences, workshops and closed meetings organized by various institutions and organizations (i.e. RIEAS: Research Institute for European & American Studies & IIER: Institute of International Economic Relations), at scientific events and summits organized by universities and/or military academies (i.e. University of Athens, Greek Naval Academy, University of Panteion, University of Peloponnesus, University of Aegean), at social events of various associations, and at numerous TV & WebTV Talk-Shows [i.e. ERT (NET, ERT WORLD), MEGA CHANNEL, ALTER CHANNEL, CHANNEL 9, KONTRA CHANNEL, ZOOM, BLUE SKY, NewsBomb.gr] and Radiobroadcasts (i.e. ATHENS NEWS RADIO, SKAI FM) domestic and internationally (i.e. TV ESPANOLA, THE WASHINGTON POST). He has participated in a documentary concerning the Geopolitical and Energy issues in the Eastern Mediterranean (December 2010). His articles, speeches and analyses have been published by various media in Greece and in Cyprus, including Sunday Eleftherotypia, Sunday Macedonia, Eleftheros Typos, Apopsi and journals including Ptisi & Diastima [Flight & Space], EllinikiAgogi (Hellenic Discipline)] and websites OnAlert.gr, Sigma (Cyprus), Infognomonpolitics, and Newsbomb.gr.