Associate Professor Angeliki N. Menegaki

Prof. Angeliki N. Menegaki, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of applied economics in the environment, energy, and tourism at the Agricultural University of Athens – EU CONEXUS. She teaches in the new department of Regional and Economic Development and the former of Management, Economics, and Communication of Tourist and Cultural Units, in the Campus of Amfissa. At the same time, she is the coordinator in the module of Tourism Economics (DIT33), in the Hellenic Open University, and the coordinator in the post-graduate module of Organization and Management- The environment of risk (ERM501), in Cyprus Open University. Currently, she is the coordinator of the sector of Environmental Education in the EU-CONEXUS joint venture of the Agricultural University of Athens with other major European Universities. Therein, she coordinates and teaches modules in various minor program courses such as sustainable tourism, entrepreneurship, and climate change, and its effects on maritime development.

Prof. Angeliki Menegaki has earned her Ph.D. in Economics (2006) from the University of Stirling (Scotland), her M.A. in Economics and Finance from the University of Leeds (UK), and holds two B.Sc. titles from Greek Universities, one in Economics (1998), from the University of Crete, and a second in Turkish Language and Literature (2011), from the Department of Languages, Literature, and Culture of Black Sea countries in the Democritus University of Thrace. Besides Turkish, she also has received recognized diplomas and certifications in English, German, French, Italian, and Spanish.

Up to date, she has authored more than 60 peer-reviewed papers in international scientific journals (equipped with an impact factor), while her publications enjoy more than 1600 citations and an h-index of 20 in Scopus. For the interested reader, her Scopus author ID is 16053108400, and her ResearchGate account is available at the URL:

Prof. Angeliki Menegaki has done a lot of research on energy economics and energy science and authored two books in energy economics and econometrics. The first book is an edited volume entitled The economics and econometrics of the energy-growth nexus (published in 2018), and the second one is a monograph entitled A guide to the econometrics of energy-growth nexus (published in 2020). Furthermore, in collaboration with Prof. G. M. Agiomirgianakis, she has supervised the translation from English and she co-authored chapters in books about tourism economics and scientific methodology in tourism. For more information, the reader can refer to the titles The economics of tourism destinations (by Norbert Vanhove), The economics of recreation, leisure and tourism (by John Tribe), and Research methodology for tourism (by R. Durbarry) and An Introduction to Mathematical Analysis (by Haussler et al.).  Currently, she is the Guest editor (with Prof. Aviral K. Tiwari) in a Special Issue about Renewable Energy Novel Research Methods in the Renewable Energy (journal).

In 2020, she was ranked 480th amongst the top 649 Greek most influential scientists of all scientific fields, based on the ranking received by Prof. J. P. A. Ioannidis ( of Stanford University. She was also placed (according to the same list) in the top 2% of global most influential scientists in the field of energy, based mostly on the number of publications, citations received, number of authors in each paper, and the age of the author. The description of the ranking is provided in the following publications:

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Prof. Angeliki Menegaki has also held various managerial positions within and out of the academic sector. She has served as Head of the Department of Tourism Management, Economics and Marketing of Tourism and Cultural Units, in the Technical Institute (ATEI) of Central Greece. She has also served as Deputy Head in the Department of Regional and Economic Development and the General Department, in the Agricultural University of Athens. She is also elected member of the Integration Council of the Agricultural University of Athens which supervises the completion of the academic programs of the former Applied Sciences Universities (TEIs). In the past, she has worked in banks and the Greek public sector. Prof. Angeliki Menegaki has attended many international conferences, has given lectures and seminars in various universities, and has acted as an evaluator in research programs. She is also a member of the research team in SmartBic research program on Smart Agriculture and Cyclical Bio-economy conducted by the Agricultural University of Athens and the Region of Central Greece.

Last, but by no means least, Prof. Angeliki Menegaki is the mother of two children (aged 18 and 15) and the guardian of three dogs.

Academic Profile by:

Dimitriost TSIOTAS, Ph.D., RSI J