Supervision of twenty (22) doctoral theses in two (2) countries (United Kingdom and Greece) and six (6) academic institutions. In particular:
Successful supervision (from start to completion) of five (5) doctoral theses as principal supervisor at the University of the Aegean, Greece:
1. Poulaki, Ι. (2016) Geographical Discontinuity, Accessibility and Air TransportLiberalization: The Case of Eastern Aegean Sea Islands in Greece (in Greek)
2. Arvanitis, P. (2014) Evolutionary Traffic Patterns in Greek Airports: An Economic Geography of Tourism Approach (in Greek)

3. Athanasiou, K. (2013) Educational Tourism as a Form of Special Interest Tourism: Incoming Student Tourism in Greece as a Case Study (in Greek)
4. Kontos, G. (2014) Design and Development of a Service Management Framework for Business Continuity (in English)
5. Zenelis, P. (2011) Low Cost Carriers and Tourism: The Case of Greece (in Greek)

 

Successful completion of five (5) doctoral theses as member of the supervisory committee (consisting of the principal supervisor and two other members) at the University of the Aegean, Greece:
6. Loi, C. (2014) Effectiveness of the International and National Legel Framework in Sustainable Tourism Development: The Case of Rhodes (in Greek)
7. Pappas, Ν. (2006) Τhe Economic, Social and Spatial Dimensions of Tourism through the Perceptions of Key Informants in Rhodes (in Greek)
8. Tsiakali, Κ. (2015) Tourists' Personality and Consumer Behaviour in Social Media (in English)
9.Tsilimbokos, K. (2016) Sustainable Hotel Enterprises and Sustainable TourismDevelopment (in Greek)
10. Vasileiou, Μ. (2014) Tourism Development and Special Interest Tourism - Wellness Tourism in Greece (in Greek)

 

Successful completion of one (1) doctoral thesis under the de facto supervision of Dr Andreas Papatheodorou at the University of the Aegean, Greece:
11. Glyptou, Κ. (2014) Tourism Destination Management by Means of Quantitative Sustainability Assessment & Forecasting Models (in Greek)

 

Successful completion of one (1) doctoral thesis as member of the supervisory committee (consisting of the principal supervisor and two other members) at the Hellenic Open University, Greece:
12. Marinakos, Κ. (2012) The Economic Impacts of Changes in Land Use due to Tourism Development and Other Human Activities (in Greek)

Successful completion of one (1) doctoral thesis as principal supervisor at the University of West London, United Kingdom (transferred from the University of the Aegean, where Professor Papatheodorou acted as the principal supervisor):
13. Efthymiou, Μ. (2016) Environmental Performance in Aviation caught between an ideal and the reality: Evaluation of Single European Sky and EU Emissions Trading Scheme
 
Until recently four (4) doctoral theses were principally supervised by Professor Andreas Papatheodorou at the University of the Aegean, Greece – a number of them may now be transferred to the University of West London:
14. Dardoufas, Α. Strategies in Yield Management: A Model that factors Differences and Challenges based on the Type and Size of Property as well as the Geographical Position (in English)
15. Karpathiotaki, T. Strategic Management and Agile Thinking in the New Business Environment of Air Transport (in Greek)
16. Papadopoulou – Kelidou, L. Strategies of Negotiation and Contract Conclusion between Hotels and Tour Operators: Development of Optimal Economic Mechanisms to the Benefit of All Involved Parties (in English)
17. Vlassi, I. The Airline – Airport – Tourism Destination Authority Relationship: A Social Media Approach (in English)

At present Professor Andreas Papatheodorou participates as member of the supervisory committee (consisting of the principal supervisor and two other members) of one (1) doctoral thesis at the University of Patras, Greece:
18. Paraschi, E. Deregulation and Restructuring Of Greek Airport Sector (in Greek)

At present one (1) doctoral thesis is co-supervised by Professor Andreas Papatheodorou at the University of West London, United Kingdom:
19. Devlin, D. Public Service Obligation Routes in Europe: From Misery Management to Regional Development Success (working title)
At present one (1) doctoral thesis is co-supervised by Professor Andreas Papatheodorou at the University of Gloucestershire, United Kingdom:
20. Biedermann, M. The Influence of Airports to Air Navigation Service Provider Risk Management using Qualitative Comparative Analysis (working title)
In the past two (2) doctoral theses have been principally supervised by Dr Andreas Papatheodorou (in collaboration with Professor Haiyan Song) at the University of Surrey, United Kingdom:
21. Han, S. H. (2005) Recreation Demand Modelling and Non-Market Valuation of Cultural Heritage Tourist Resources
22. Lei, Z. (2006) Measuring Regional Economic Effects of Low-Cost Carriers in the UK: A Panel Data Econometric Approach

 

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