Prof. Kyriakou is an Associate Professor at the ESSEC Business School, where he focuses on the intersection between collective and artificial intelligence. The overarching goal of his research is to provide insights into how organizations can create value beyond their typical boundaries and processes. His work and research have focused on crowd and AI enhanced product development, blockchain startups, as well as companies including Facebook, Kickstarter, Yelp, and Twitch. His work has been supported by numerous organizations including the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Spanish government. Part of his work has been published in the leading business and information systems journals and conferences, including Academy of Management Review, MIS Quarterly, and the International Conference on Information Systems. Prof. Kyriakou is also serving as an advisor on digitization for the European Commission. His research has received best paper awards from the Academy of Management (AoM), the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), and a best dissertation award. He has also received an outstanding associate editor award from the Academy of Management (AoM). Kyriakou holds a Ph.D. from Stevens Institute of Technology, an M.S. from Carnegie Mellon University and a B.Sc. from the University of Piraeus. Prior to joining ESSEC, Prof. Kyriakou was a professor at IESE Business School.
Gregory, R.W., Henfridsson, O., Káganer, E., Kyriakou, H. (2021). The Role of Artificial Intelligence and Data Network Effects for Creating User Value. Academy of Management Review Vol. 46(3), 534–551.
Kyriakou, H., Nickerson, J.V., Sabnis, G., (2017). Knowledge Reuse for Customization: Metamodels in an Open Design Community for 3D Printing. MIS Quarterly 41(1), 315-322.
Best Associate Editor, ICIS, Association for Information Systems, 2020
Best Paper Published in a Journal (1/100+ awarded), Academy of Management (OCIS Division), 2018
Best Paper Award (3/400+ awarded), AoM Big Data & Managing in a Digital Economy, 2018
Outstanding Associate Editor, Academy of Management (OCIS Division), 2017
Best Dissertation Award - PhD in Business Administration, Stevens Institute of Technology, 2016
1st Place Paper Competition (1/173 awarded), Informs Annual Meeting, 2015