Professor Papatheodorou has taught ten (10) undergraduate modules in two (2) countries (Greece and United Kingdom) and four (4) academic institutions. In particular:
1. Module Convenor: Governance of Aviation (core module, BA (Hons) Programme in Airline and Airport Management, University of West London, United Kingdom)
Governance of Aviation aims to define the geographical and political nature of aviation within the UK & Europe and examine its significance; to examine the decision-making process and legislation of aviation within the UK & Europe at a spatial and social level; to discuss the establishment of a European framework for aviation; to consider the rationale for a European Union policy on aviation; to reflect on European Union Directorates influencing the future of aviation; and to examine future community action designed to assist the social and spatial development of aviation.
2. Module Convenor: International Economics (core module, BA Programme in Business Administration, University of the Aegean, Greece)
International Economics examines the external sector of an economy from an international monetary perspective. It emphasises the determination of the exchange rates and their relation to product and money markets. The course analyses alternative models of short and long-run macroeconomic equilibrium and discusses extensively the advantages and disadvantages of each approach. The module was taught in Greek in the academic years 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14 and 2004-15.
3. Module Convenor: Industrial Economics (stream prescribed module, BA Programme in Business Administration, University of the Aegean, Greece)
Industrial Economics applies the theory of industrial organisation in the context of secondary and tertiary economic sectors. First, a comprehensive toolkit necessary for the understanding of corporate practices and the performance of competition analysis in the marketplace is provided. Subsequently, a number of competition issues are examined. The required policy measures for the alleviation of the emerging problems are explicitly discussed. The module was taught in Greek in the academic years 2009-10, 2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14 and 2014-15.
4. Module Convenor: Spatial Economics (elective module, BA Programme in Business Administration, University of the Aegean, Greece)
Spatial Economics aims at examining and analysing applied topics in regional development. It emphasises on issues of regional inequality within and across national economies and the need to take suitable policy measures to alleviate the emerging problems. The module discusses strategies in public administration, policy and planning focusing at different spatial levels, i.e. supranational, international, national, regional and local. Case studies and examples are mainly derived from Greece and other countries of the European Union. The module was taught in Greek in the academic years 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08 and 2008-09.
5. Module Co-Convenor: Tourism Economics (stream module, BA Programme in Business Administration, University of the Aegean, Greece)
Tourism Economics applies economic theory in the context of tourism. Moreover, a number of specific issues are examined in the areas of transport for tourism, hospitality sector and the travel distribution system from a micro-economic perspective. The macro-implications of tourism for wider economic and regional development are also addressed in an integrated manner. Dr Andreas Papatheodorou contributed to this module with lectures in Greek on the microeconomic aspects of tourism in the academic years 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08 and 2008-09.
6. Module Convenor: Geography of Tourism (elective module, BA Programme in Geography, Harokopeion University, Greece)
Geography of Tourism aims at studying and analyzing the development of tourism in space. The module first discusses issues related to tourism demand and supply and the nature of the tourism product. It then focuses on the various resources of world tourism including the physical and built environment, heritage, infrastructure and services. The module also explores the geographical characteristics of international tourism development identifying tourism zones and flows in Europe, the Americas, Asia, Africa and Oceania. It studies the most important patterns of tourism development in the modern world including mass tourism, special and alternative forms of tourism and the concept of sustainability. Finally, the module applies the above framework in the context of tourism in Greece and its evolution in space and time from both a demand and a supply side perspective. The module was taught in Greek in the academic year 2007-08.
7. Module Convenor: Tourism Operations 2 - Transport and Travel Distribution (prescribed module, BSc Programme in Management & Tourism, University of Surrey, United Kingdom)
Tourism Operations 2 examines the development, operation, structure, organisation and trends in travel distribution and transport operators with emphasis on the airline industry. For each an explanation is provided of the ways in which the sector works and the environment within which it is developing. It analyses the position and role of the sectors in tourism as a whole. Professor Papatheodorou taught this module in English during the academic years 2000-01, 2001-02, 2002-03 and 2003-04.
8. Module Convenor: Development of Tourism (prescribed module, BSc Programme in Management & Tourism, University of Surrey, United Kingdom)
Development of Tourism explores the background to tourism and its development. It sets out the meaning and nature of tourism and demonstrates the ways in which it has developed historically. It then goes on to consider the current scale and patterns of tourism demand and the influences on the demand before examining the likely future directions and trends. Professor Papatheodorou taught this module in English during the academic years 2000-01, 2001-02 and 2002-03.
9. Module Co-Convenor: Managing Tourism Spaces (prescribed module, BSc Programme in Management & Tourism, University of Surrey, United Kingdom)
Managing Tourism Spaces applies the theories of regional growth and development in the context of tourism destination management. It provides a comprehensive analysis of the various conceptual frameworks in regional economics, industrial geography, political economy and development. It also studies the managerial implications of the theory both at the level of the various tourism sub-sectors and the setting of the tourist destination. Professor Papatheodorou taught this module in English during the academic years 2001-02, 2002-03 and 2003-04.
10. Module Contributor: Tourism Policy and Planning (prescribed module, BSc Programme in Management & Tourism, University of Surrey, United Kingdom)
Tourism Policy and Planning examines the position and priorities of the stakeholders in tourism. It outlines policy-making as a background to analysing tourism policies and then proceeds to examine the planning processes and instruments. The module explores policies and considers their formulation from both a theoretical and empirical perspective. Professor Papatheodorou contributed to this module in English with a discussion of suitable case studies during the academic years 2001-02, 2002-03 and 2003-04.