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Korina Katsaliaki

 

korina-econKorina Katsaliaki is an assistant professor in Operations and Technology Management at the School of Economics and Business Administration at the International Hellenic University. Before joining IHU, Korina was a lecturer at Middlesex University as well as a part-time lecturer at the University of Southampton. She gained an MSc in Management Sciences and a PhD from the University of Southampton.

Her research interests include health services research, simulation modelling methodologies, the analysis and modelling of supply chains, the analysis and development of business games and bibliometric analysis in the above thematic areas. Dr Katsaliaki has published more than 50 papers in international scientific journals, conference proceedings and book contributions.  Korina is an associate editor of the Journal of Simulation. She is a co-editor of the special issues “Healthcare Operations Management Through Use of Simulation" at the Journal of Enterprise Information Management and “Simulation for Sustainable Healthcare” at the Journal of Simulation.

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS IN ACADEMIC JOURNALS

  1. Ksantopoulou S. and Katsaliaki K. (2018). “Policies and Perceptions on Generic Drugs: The case of Greece”. Health Services Management Research (Forthcoming)
  2. Mustafee N., Katsaliaki, K. Thibaut Le Forsonney, T. Saikou Y. (2017). Profile of Modelling and Simulation Research Published in the Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation. Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation. (first published 30.10.2017)
  3. Katsaliaki, K. and Mustafee, N. (2015). "Edutainment for Sustainable Development: A Survey of Serious Games in the Field". Simulation & Gaming 46(6): 647-672.
  4. Mustafee, N. and Katsaliaki, K. (2015). "Simulation for Sustainable Healthcare" (Special Issue Guest Editorial). Journal of Simulation 9: 83-85.
  5. Katsaliaki, K., Mustafee, N., Kumar S. (2014). «A Game-based Approach towards Facilitating Decision Making for Perishable Products: An Example of Blood Supply Chain», Expert Systems with Applications, 41(9): 4043–4059.
  6. Mustafee. N., Katsaliaki, K. and Fishwick, P. (2014). Exploring the Modelling & Simulation Knowledge base through journal co-citation analysis. Scientometrics 98(3): 2145-2159. 
  7. Katsaliaki, K. and Mustafee, N. (2013). "Serious Games for Sustainable Development". Journal of Management Education, 37 (6): 889 – 894.
  8. Mustafee, N., Katsaliaki, K., Williams, M. D, and Gunasekaran, A. (2013). "Healthcare Operations Management Through Use of Simulation: An Introduction to the Special Issue". Journal of Enterprise Information Management, 26(1/2).
  9. Swanson, R.C., Cattaneo, A., Bradley, E., Chunharas, S., Atun, R., Abbas, K.M., Katsaliaki, K., Mustafee, N., Meier, B.M. and Best, A. (2012). "Rethinking Health Systems Strengthening: Key Systems Thinking Tools and Strategies for Transformational Change". Health Policy and Planning, 27(4):54-61.
  10. Mustafee, N., Taylor, S.J.E., Katsaliaki, K., Dwivedi, Y.K. and Williams, M. D. (2012). "Motivations and Barriers in using Distributed Supply Chain Simulation". International Transactions in Operational Research, 19(5): 733–751.
  11. Mustafee, N., Katsaliaki, K., Williams, M. D, and .Gunasekaran, A. (2013). "Healthcare Operations Management Through Use of Simulation: An Introduction to the Special Issue". Journal of Enterprise Information Management, 26(1/2).
  12. Mustafee, N.,  Katsaliaki, K., Fishwick, P. and  Williams, M.D. (2012). "SCS – 60 years and counting! A time to reflect on the Society’s scholarly contribution to M&S from the turn of the Millennium". Simulation: Transactions of the Society for Modeling and Simulation International, 88(9):1047-1071.
  13. Mustafee, N., Katsaliaki, K., Bischoff, E.E. and Williams, M.D. (2012). "Proximity-Based Modelling of Cross-Contamination through Agent-Based Simulation: A Feasibility Study". Health Systems 2:61-71.
  14. Katsaliaki, K. and Mustafee, N. (2011). "Applications of Simulation Research within the Healthcare Context". Journal of the Operational Research Society, 62(8): 1431-1451.
  15. Mustafee, N., Katsaliaki, K. and Taylor, S.J.E. (2010). "Profiling Literature in Healthcare Simulation". SIMULATION: Transactions of the Society of Modelling and Simulation International, 86(8-9): 543-558.
  16. Katsaliaki, K., Mustafee, N., Dwivedi, Y.K., Williams, T. and Wilson, J.M. (2010). "A profile of OR Research and Practice published in the Journal of the Operational Research Society". Journal of the Operational Research Society, 61(1): 82-94.
  17. Katsaliaki, K. and Mustafee, N. (2010). "Improving Decision Making in Healthcare Services through the use of Existing Simulation Modelling Tools and New Technologies". Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy, 4(2):158-171.
  18. Mustafee, N., Taylor, S.J.E., Katsaliaki, K. and Brailsford, S. (2009). "Facilitating the Analysis of a UK National Blood Service Supply Chain Using Distributed Simulation". SIMULATION: Transactions of the Society of Modelling and Simulation International, 85(2): 113-128.
  19. Katsaliaki, K., Mustafee, N., Taylor, S.J.E. and Brailsford, S. (2009). "Comparing Conventional and Distributed Approaches to Simulation in Complex Supply-Chain Health Systems". Journal of the Operational Research Society, 60(1): 43-51.
  20. Katsaliaki, K. (2008). “Cost effective practices in the blood service sector”. Health Policy, 86(2-3): 276-287.
  21. Katsaliaki, K., Brailsford, S.C. (2007). “Using Simulation to Improve the U.K. Blood Supply Chain”. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 58(2): 219-227.
  22. Katsaliaki, K., Brailsford, S.C., Browning, D. and P. Knight (2005). “Mapping Care Pathways for the Elderly”. Journal of Health, Organization and Management, 19(1): 57-72.
 
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