Marios Kokkodis is an Assistant Professor of Information Systems at the Carroll School of Management, Boston College. He received his PhD in Information Systems from NYU Stern in May 2015, under the guidance of Panos Ipeirotis. His research focuses on interdisciplinary data-driven problems (online markets, data mining, econometrics, social science). His teaching includes data-analytics and data mining courses for both undergraduate and graduate business majors. His research appears in major Information Systems (Management Science, ICIS) and Computer Science (WSDM, WWW) outlets. He has received multiple awards including the NYU Stern Harold W. MacDowell Award for his dissertation in online labor markets.
Professor Kokkodis' research focuses on understanding and optimizing design aspects of online marketplaces. He analyzes massive amounts of data from multiple sources and proposes technical/econometric models/algorithms that increase the transactional efficiency of these marketplaces.
Kokkodis Marios and Ipeirotis G. Panagiotis. “Reputation Transferability in Online Labor Markets.” Management Science, 2015.