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Agricultural economics, operational research, policy analysis, bioenergy, mathematical programming

2000- Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics entitled “Biomass as a renewable energy source and an alternative use of land: A socio-economic approach”, Agricultural University of Athens,
1991- Master’s of Public Affairs (M.P.A.) in Public and Environmental Policy Analysis, Energy policy, Indiana University, School of Public and Environmental Affairs
1989- D.E.A. in Sociology, “Technical Innovation and Social Change”,  University of Paris I, Pantheon-Sorbonne, Department of Philosophy
1988- D.E.S.S. “Evaluation of Projects and Industrial Development”, University of Paris I, Institute of Economic and Social Development Studies (IEDES)
1986- Bachelor in Economics, Athens University of Economics and Business, Dept of Economics

1997-2000- Marie-Curie Fellowship Training and Mobility Research Program, DG for Science, Research and Development, European Commission
1991- Burham Foundation Grant for research work in the East-West Center
1990- Indiana University Scholarship, International Student Services

2016- Associate Professor “Operations Research in Agriculture and Energy”, School of Environmental Engineering, Technical University of Crete
2010- 2015 Associate Professor “Operations Research in Agriculture and Energy”, Department of Agricultural Economics and Development, Agricultural University of Athens
2004- 2010 Assistant Professor, Laboratory of Agribusiness Management, Dept. of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development, Agricultural University of Athens
2002- 2004 Senior Research Fellow, National Institute of Agricultural Research (INRA), Unité Mixte de Recherche:Economie Publique, France
2001- Research fellow (Marie-Curie grant), Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania (MAICh)
1997-2000- Research fellow in the National Institute of Agricultural Research, France, Training and Mobility Research Program - European Commission


  1. Kampas, A., S.Rozakis, On the scarcity value of irrigation water: Juxtaposing two market estimation approaches, Water Resources Management,              31 (4)¨1257-1269
  2. Escobar, N., Manrique-de-Lara-Peñate, C., Sanjuán, N., Clemente, G., Rozakis, S., 2016. An agro-industrial model for the optimization of biodiesel production in Spain to meet the European GHG reduction targets, Energy 120: 619-631
  3. Cartalos, O., Rozakis, S., Tsiouki, D., 2016. A method to assess and support exploitation projects of university researchers, Journal of Technology Transfer Article in Press.
  4. Carayannis, E.G., Rozakis, S., Grigoroudis, E., 2016. Agri-science to agri-business: the technology transfer dimension, Journal of Technology Transfer, pp. 1-7. Article in Press.
  5. Drivas, K., Panagopoulos, A., Rozakis, S., 2016. Instigating entrepreneurship to a university in an adverse entrepreneurial landscape, Journal of Technology Transfer, Article in Press.
  6. Drivas K., A.T.Balafoutis, S. Rozakis, 2016. Research funding and academic output: evidence from the Agricultural University of Athens, Prometheus (United Kingdom): 1-22
  7. Bartoli, A., Cavicchioli, D., Kremmydas, D., Rozakis, S., Olper, A. 2016. The impact of different energy policy options on feedstock price and land demand for maize silage: The case of biogas in Lombardy, Energy Policy, 96, pp. 351-363.
  8. Petsakos, S. Rozakis, 2015. Calibration of agricultural risk programming models, European Journal of Operational Research 242: 536-545
  9. 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
10.   Rozakis, S.,  D. Kremmydas, R. Pudełko, M. Borzecka-Walker, A. Faber, 2013. Straw potential for energy purposes in Poland and optimal allocation to major co-firing power plants, Biomass & Bioenergy 58: 275-285
11.   Rozakis, S., I.M.Haque, A. Natsis, M. Borzecka-Walker, K. Mizak, 2013. Cost-effectiveness of bioethanol policies to reduce carbon dioxide emissions in Greece, International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 18: 306–318
12.   Kampas, A. Petsakos, S. Rozakis, 2012. Price induced irrigation water saving: Unraveling conflicts and synergies between European agricultural and water policies for a Greek Water District, Agricultural Systems 113: 28–38
13.   Kremmydas D., A.Petsakos, S. Rozakis, 2012. Parametric Optimization of Linear and Non-Linear Models via Parallel Computing to Enhance Web-Spatial DSS Interactivity, International Journal of Decision Support System Technology, 4(1): 14-30
14.   Rozakis, S., A. Sintori, K. Tsiboukas, 2012. Estimating utility functions of Greek dairy sheep farmers: A multicriteria mathematical programming approach, Agricultural Economics Review 13 (1): 111-120
15.   Rozakis, S. 2011. Positive multicriteria models in agriculture for energy and environmental policy analysis, Int. J. Multicriteria Decision Making 1(3): 321-337
16.   Rozakis, S. 2011. Impacts of flatter rates and environmental top-ups in Greece: A novel mathematical modeling approach, Agricultural Economics Review 12(2 ): 30-39
17.   Kyriakarakos, G., Dounis, A.I., Rozakis, S., Arvanitis, K.G., Papadakis, G., 2011. Polygeneration microgrids: A viable solution in remote areas for supplying power, potable water and hydrogen as transportation fuel, Applied Energy 88: 4517-4526
18.   Sintori, S. Rozakis, C. Tsiboukas, 2010. Utility-derived supply function of sheep milk: The case of Etoloakarnania, Greece, Food Economics - Acta Agricult Scand C 7 (2-4): 87-99
19.   Iliopoulos, C., and S. Rozakis, 2010. Environmental cost-effectiveness of bio diesel production in Greece: Current policies and alternative scenarios. Energy Policy 38 (2): 1067-1078
20.   Kourempele, M., G.Mavrotas, L.Geronikolou, S. Rozakis, 2009. Power generation expansion planning in an autoonomous island system using multi-objective programming : the case of Milos island, Operational Research International Journal 10(1): 109-132
21.   Mavrotas, G., and S. Rozakis, 2009. Extensions of the PROMETHEE method to deal with segmentation constraints: Application in a students’ selection problem, Journal of Decision Systems 18(2): 203-229
22.   Petsakos, S. Rozakis and K. Tsiboukas, 2009. Risk optimal farm plans in the context of decoupled subsidy payments: the case of cotton production in Thessaly, Journal of Farm Management 13(7): 467-483
23.   Botonaki, K.Mattas, S.Rozakis, K.Tsiboukas, 2009. Impact des évolutions de la politique européenne sur les décisions des producteurs du coton en Grèce, Cahiers Agricultures 18(5): 402-407
24.   Rozakis, S., K. Tsiboukas and M. Korasidis, 2008. CAP Reform Impacts To Greek Cotton Farmers: A Mathematical Programming Approach, J Agricultural and Food Economics  3(1-2): 95-116
25.   Kulišić Β., E. Loizou, S.Rozakis, and V. Šegon, 2007. Impacts of biodiesel production on Croatian economy, Energy Policy 35: 6036-6045
26.   Kazakçi, A., S. Rozakis, D. Vanderpooten, 2007. Energy crop supply in France : A min-max regret approach,  Journal of the Operations Research Society, 58(11): 1470-1479
27.   Pantzios, C.J., S. Rozakis, V. Tzouvelekas, 2006. Evading Farm Support Reduction Via Efficient Input Use: The Case of Greek Cotton Growers, J Agricultural and Applied Economics 3(1-2): 85-106
28.   Lychnaras, V., S. Rozakis, 2006. Economic Analysis of Perennial Energy Crop Production in Greece under the light of the new C.A.P., New MEDIT 5(3), pp. 29-37.
29.   Rozakis, S., J-C. Sourie, 2005. Micro-Economic Modelling of Bio-Fuel System in France to Determine Tax Exemption Policy under Uncertainty, Energy Policy 33(2) : 171-182
30.   Sourie, J-C, D. Tréguer, S. Rozakis, 2005. L’ambivalence des filières biocarburants, Recherches en Economie et Sociologie Rurale, no 2, Département  Sciences Sociales, Agriculture et Alimentation, Espace et Environnement, INRA.
31.   De Cara, S., S. Rozakis, 2004. Carbon sequestration through the planting of multi-annual energy crops: A dynamic and spatial assessment, Agricultural Economics Review, v. 5-1:56-72
32.   Rozakis, S., P.G.Soldatos, L.Kallivroussis, I.Nikolaou, 2001. Multiple Criteria analysis of bio-energy projects: Evaluation of Bio-electricity production in Farsala plain, Greece,  Journal of Geographical Information and Decision Analysis, 5(1): 49-64
33.   Sourie, J-C., S. Rozakis, 2001. Bio-fuel production system in France: An Economic Analysis, Biomass and Bio-energy, v.20-6 (June): 483-489.
34.   S. Rozakis, S., JC Sourie, D. Vanderpooten, 2001. Integrated micro-economic modeling and multi-criteria methodology to support public decision-making: The case of liquid bio-fuels in France, Biomass and Bio-energy, v.20-5 (May): 385-398
35.   S. Rozakis, S., N. Danalatos, K.Tsiboukas, 2001. Crop rotation in Thessaly: bio-economic modelling for efficient management, MEDIT N° 4: 50-57
36.   Rozakis, S., P.G. Soldatos, G. Papadakis, S. Kyritsis, D.Papantonis, 1997. Evaluation of an integrated renewable energy for electricity generation in rural areas, Energy Policy 25(3) : 337-347
Chapters in books and collective publications 

37.   Rozakis S., 2010. A Web-based Spatial DSS for estimating biomass-to-energy supply in Thessaly, in Decision Support Systems in Agriculture, Food and the Environment, (eds. Manos et al.) IGI Global: 450-465
38.   Petsakos A., S. Rozakis, 2009. Critical Review and State-of-the-Art of PMP Models: An Application to Greek Arable Agriculture, Research Topics in Agricultural and Applied Economics 1: 36-63, Bentham Science Publishers
39.   Rozakis, S. 2008. Energy from biomass in Greece: Current situation and perspectives, in K.Krimpas and L. Louloudis (eds.) ‘Greek agriculture and policy’, Academy of Athens (in greek)
40.   Mattas K., E. Loizou, S. Rozakis, E. Tzouvelekas, 2006. Agricultural modelling: an input-output approach, στοLeaves and Cigarettes : Modelling the tobacco industry, with application to Italy and Greece, F. Ferretti (ed.), Francoangeli Publisher, Milano, pp. 177-242.
41.   Sourie J-C, S. Rozakis, 2005. Analyse économique des filières biocarburants, στοLa Chimie Verte, P. Colonna (ed.), Editions Tec & Doc - Lavoisier, pp. 511-524.
42.   Rozakis S., Sourie J-C, Vanderpooten D., 2002. Determining efficient biofuel tax exemption policy in France for greenhouse gas emission abatement, in Economics of Sustainable Energy Agriculture, E.vanIerland & A.OudeLasink (eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands, 217-237.
43.   Mavrotas, G., S.Rozakis, 2002. A mixed 0-1 MOLP approach for the planning of biofuel production, in Options Méditerannéenes, Rozakis & Sourie (eds.), Special Issue ‘Comprehensive economic and spatial bio-energy modeling’, Series A - N° 48, CIHEAM
44.   Rozakis, S., S.Casalegno, JM Gilliot, 2002. Multicriteria decision-making on bio-energy projects assisted by G.I.S.: current applications and perspectives, in Options Méditerannéenes, Rozakis & Sourie (eds.), Special Issue ‘Comprehensive economic and spatial bio-energy modeling’, Series A - N° 48 CIHEAM
45.   Rozakis, S., JC Sourie, 2002. Micro-economic modelling of the biofuel chain system in France, in Options Méditerannéenes, Rozakis & Sourie (eds.), Special Issue ‘Comprehensive economic and spatial bio-energy modeling’, Series A - N° 48: 23-33 CIHEAM. 
46.   Rozakis S. 2000. Theory and practice of sustainable development and alternatives energy initiatives at the local level, in L.Louloudis and N. Beopoulos (eds.),  Critical approaches to development and environmental protection of the countryside, Στοχαστήςpublishers (in Greek).
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