Dr. Georgia Papoutsi is a researcher in Food Marketing at the Agricultural Economics Research Institute and adjunct professor at the Agricultural University of Athens (AUA). She received her BA in Business Administration from the University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki and her MSc in Services Management from the Athens University of Economics and Business. In 2010, she continued her studies in AUA pursuing a PhD in food consumer behavior. After spending a semester as a visiting scholar at the University of Arkansas, USA, she completed her doctoral research in 2014. At the end of the following year, she completed her post-doctoral research in Hellenic Agricultural Organisation – Dimitra.
She has participated in several EU as well as national funded research projects and her academic work has been published in journals such as Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, British Food Journal, Journal of Wine Economics and Journal of Economic Surveys, among others.
Her research interests focus on areas of marketing and consumer behavior, with emphasis on food choice behavior and buying intention towards differentiated product quality (e.g. sustainable cultivation practices, labeling, new food technologies and health claims).
Agricultural Economics Research Institute (AGR.E.R.I.)