2000: Ph.D.: Dept of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development, Agricultural University of Athens.
1991: M.P.A.: School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, USA.
1989: D.E.A. Sociology of Technology: Université Paris I - Sorbonne
1988: D.Ε.S.S. Institut des Etudes Economiques et Sociales, Université de Paris I
1986: Bachelor in Economics, Athens University of Economics and Business.
Research focuses on operations research and policy analysis in agriculture, energy and the environment:
Economic evaluation of agro-energy systems
Multi-criteria analysis methodology and decision support systems
Innovation management and environmental technology transfer
Agricultural policy analysis and bio-economy strategies
Mathematical programming at the farm and sector level
Participation in Research Programs and Projects
Sustainability Life Cycle Analysis of Distributed Production (scientific supervisor) Hellenic Foundation for Research and Innovation (2019-2022)
Member of the advisory board of BioEcon H2020-WIDESPREAD-2014-2 project (2015-2019)
Innovation and Entrepreneurship - Technology transfer in the Agricultural University of Athens, (2014-2015)
Decision support software development “ Decision making support in bioelectricity assisted by GIS”, Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation, Poland, (2010-2012)
Innovative precision agriculture technologies to optimize irrigation and integrated management systems under water deficit, LIFE08 ENV/GR/000570/2011
Distinctions and Awards
Best Senior Paper Award, 2020. Conference on Environmental and Climate Technologies, CONECT, Riga Technical University
Guest editor (with D. Viaggi and W. Oleszek), 2018. European agriculture and the transition to bioeconomy, AgBioForum
Guest editor (with E.Carayannis and E.Grigoroudis), 2018. From Agri-science to Agri-business, J of Technology Transfer
Best Paper Award in Decision Theory and Applications: Balkan Assoc Oper Research (BALCOR) 2011
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship 1997-2000, Institute National de Recherche Agronomique, Economie et Sociologie Rurale, Paris-Grignon
Ben Fradj, N., Jayet P-A., Rozakis, S. Georganta E., Jędrejek A. 2020. Contribution of agricultural systems to the bioeconomy: integration of willow in the context of a stylised CAP diversification, Land Use Policy (in press)
Ben Fradj, N., Rozakis, S., Borzęcka, M., Matyka, M. 2020. Miscanthus in the European bio-economy: A network analysis, Industrial Crops and Products, 148, art. no. 112281.
Pishgar-Komleh, S.H., Zylowski, T., Rozakis, S., Kozyra, J. 2020. Efficiency under different methods for incorporating undesirable outputs in an LCA+DEA framework: A case study of winter wheat production in Poland, Journal of Environmental Management, 260, art. no. 110138.
Panagopoulos, A., Rozakis, S., Sideri, K., Anagnosti, A. 2019. University Technology Transfer and Agricultural Science Entrepreneurial Education: a View from Inside, Journal of the Knowledge Economy, 10 (4):1466-1481.
Drivas, K., Rozakis, S., Xesfingi, S. 2019. The effect of house energy efficiency programs on the extensive and intensive margin of lower-income households’ investment behavior, Energy Policy, 128: 607-615.
Bartoli, A., Hamelin, L., Rozakis, S., Borzęcka, M., Brandão, M. 2019. Coupling economic and GHG emission accounting models to evaluate the sustainability of biogas policies, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 106:133-148.
Król, A., Ksiȩzak, J., Kubińska, E., Rozakis, S., 2018. Evaluation of sustainability of maize cultivation in Poland. A prospect theory-PROMETHEE approach, Sustainability (Switzerland)10 (11), art. no. 4263, .
Kremmydas, D., Athanasiadis, I.N., Rozakis, S., 2018. A review of Agent Based Modeling for agricultural policy evaluation, Agricultural Systems, 164: 95-106.
Petsakos, A., S. Rozakis, 2015. Calibration of agricultural risk programming models, European Journal of Operational Research 242: 536-545
Georgiou, D., Mohammed, E.S., Rozakis, S., 2015. Multi-criteria decision making on the energy supply configuration of autonomous desalination units, Renewable Energy 75: 459-467