Seraphim Voliotis


Barrister, Mediator; BA, MA, MMath, Diploma of Advanced Study in Mathematics (Part III) Trinity College, University of Cambridge; PhD, Imperial College of Science and Technology, University of London; CPE, College of Law, London; MBA, ALBA Graduate Business School


Dr Voliotis teaches applied Mathematics for business, applied Game Theory and Decision Sciences, Negotiations and Company Law at Graduate Business School at the American College of Greece. His main academic interests also lie in Strategy, Conflict Resolution, Ethics, and Mergers and Acquisitions. He has conducted research in the area of Stochastic Integration. His current research interests lie in the Practice, Psychology and Philosophy of Strategy, Strategic Decision Making, Corruption, Humanistic Management, and Conflict Resolution. He has published his research in leading academic journals. A member of the Bar of England and Wales since 1995, he has distinguished himself in Negotiation Theory. He has consulted on, successfully negotiated or mediated company mergers, a series of litigation disputes, and a number of national and international commercial deals. He has taught Negotiations and Strategic Decision Making at the Hellenic Naval Staff and Command College (previously the Hellenic Naval War College). He has also taught Negotiations at the University of Cyprus MBA program.