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Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece

aueb3Athens University of Economics and Business (former Athens School of Economics and Business), is the oldest educational institution of our country in the fields of Economics and Business Administration. Since 1920, it has created a great tradition in educating the youth of our country. Thousands of its graduates are now senior administrative and financial executives in the public and private sectors, faculty members in Greek and foreign universities, as well as members of international organizations.

Athens University of Economics and Business (former Athens School of Economics and Business), is the oldest educational institution of our country in the fields of Economics and Business Administration. Since 1920, it has created a great tradition in educating the youth of our country. Thousands of its graduates are now senior administrative and financial executives in the public and private sectors, faculty members in Greek and foreign universities, as well as members of international organizations.

With eight Undergraduate Departments ranked at the top in the preference list of prospective students, twenty-nine extremely popular (full and part-time) Graduate Programmes and strong doctoral programmes, AUEB is evaluated as one of the leading institutions in our country, but also internationally, in the fields of science that it serves. The University's good reputation reflects the high level of its academic staff, the high quality of research and teaching, the up-to-date curricula, and the distinctions achieved by its faculty and its graduate and postgraduate students. Through the successful internal evaluation process that has been applied over the last years, we try to improve ourselves constantly.

Our goal and pursuit is a university that stands out as a centre of education and scientific excellence, democracy, meritocracy, extroversion, transparency and social accountability, source of spiritual wealth, especially in those difficult times that our country is going through.

We want our students to acquire the highest scientific training possible, enabling them to become successful professionals in Europe and worldwide. Simultaneously, within its limited financial capacity, AUEB offers its students plenty of cultural and athletic activities, exchange programmes, and other services, contributing to an integral personality development.

We aspire for a continuous relationship with our students. Maintaining and further developing the long-term and close cooperation with the Greek business world, our university promotes and supports, through its specialized offices, the career placements of its graduates.

With a high sense of responsibility, AUEB contributes decisively to the creation of the most important resource a country can have: human capital.

Navigating through the pages of our University's website will help you obtain valuable information about its history, its academic departments, undergraduate and postgraduate courses offered, academic activities, faculty and administrative staff, and services available to students.


Project team & contact details

The project team comprises of academics and researchers with long experience in accounting education. Team members have both the necessary knowledge and skills to contribute to project’s success.

altGeorge Venieris is a Professor of Accounting at the Accounting and Finance Department of the Athens University of Economics and Business. Studied Economic and Business Sciences at the Athens University of Economics and Business (1970). Carried out postgraduate studies at the Department of Accounting of Birmingham University in England where he obtained his Master of Commerce (1971) and his Doctorate (Ph. D., 1975) Degrees. Served as Dean of the Business Administration Department of the Athens University of Economics and Business and as Member of the Senate of the same University (1985-1987 and 1998-1999). Responsible for the Accounting Applications Laboratory of the Accounting and Finance Department of the University (since 2000). Elected as Vice Rector of the Athens University of Economics and Business and Member of the Senate (1998-2001). Elected as Rector of the Athens University of Economics and Business (2001-2007). He has published a considerable number of monographs and articles in Greek and International Scientific Journals and has made presentations at several International Scientific Conferences. He was member of the Books and Accounts Committee at the Ministry of Finance. Was the Chairman of the Committee that revised the Books and Documents Code for taxation purposes (1990–1991). He has also worked as Advisor to the Deputy Minister of Finance for the reorganisation of the Public Sector Accounting System. He was Member of the Executive Committee and President of the European Accounting Association and Scientific Coordinator of the programme of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) in Greece. He has been project leader in many European Union and Greek research projects.

altSandra Cohen is an Assistant Professor of Accounting at the Athens University of Economics and Business, in the Department of Business Administration. She has graduated from the Athens University of Economics and Business, Department of Business Administration, and holds a MBA and a Ph.D. in Accounting from the same University. Her research interests lie, among others, in the fields of "Public Sector Accounting" (accrual accounting adoption and performance measurement) and "Management accounting. Part of her research work has been published in the following journals Financial. Accountability and Management, Applied Financial Economics, Managerial Auditing Journal, European Journal of Operational Research, Journal of Applied Accounting Research and has been presented in numerous conferences. She has been the co-author of two books in the fields of Cost Accounting and Management Accounting. She has also participated as a researcher to several European funded research projects.

altConstantinos Caramanis is Associate Professor of Accounting at the Department of Business Administration, Athens University of Economics and Business (since 1999). His research interests include the history and current developments in the Greek auditing profession, the market for audit services, the establishment of 'independent' accounting oversight boards, and issues in financial reporting. Three of his papers have been published in two of the leading international academic journals: Accounting, Organizations and Society and Journal of Accounting and Economics. Other published work has appeared in reputable international journals including: Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, Accounting Forum, British Accounting Review, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, European Accounting Review and International Journal of Auditing. His research work has been cited in high quality academic journals. He has served as a reviewer (ad-hoc) for several journals including: British Accounting Review, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, European Accounting Review and International Journal of Auditing. He has also authored an auditing textbook (in Greek) and a series of articles for the Greek press and professional magazines. Dr Caramanis has taught a number of university courses in the area of financial accounting and reporting, financial statement analysis, and auditing, both at the undergraduate and the postgraduate level (MBA). He has also taught at various executive training programmes. Further, he has served as deputy head of the Department of Business Administration of the Athens University of Economics and Business (2008-2010), member of the Administrative Committee of the Research Centre of the Athens University of Economics and Business and chairman of the Association of Academic Staff of the Athens University of Economics and Business since 2009 (two terms). Before embarking on his academic career, Dr Caramanis has worked as a certified auditor (1988-1993). He has recently served as a member of the Greek Accounting and Auditing Oversight Board 2005-2007 (Greek National Accounting Standards Setter) and as Chairman of a committee on reforming Greek accounting law (transposition of Directive 2003/51/EU on harmonizing EU directives with International Financial Reporting Standards). He has undertaken consultancy projects with private sector companies on financial reporting and analysis issues as well as with the Greek Ministry of Finance on public sector accounting and auditing. He has appeared, by invitation, as a speaker and panellist in professional meetings, public roundtables and short conferences.

altIoannis Halikias is Associate Professor of Quantitative Analysis at the Department of Marketing and Communication. He has been President of Research Centre and Vice-Rector of Economic Affairs of the Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) (2007-2011). He has been educated at Athens University of Economics, London School of Economics and Warwick University, where he received a B.Sc. in Economics, an M.Sc. in Statistics and a Ph.D. in Applied Econometrics, respectively. He has held visiting appointments at the University of Surrey (Surrey European Management School) and the University of Strathclyde (Strathclyde Graduate Business School). He has an extensive consulting experience. He has acted as Project Management Consultant in two Regional Operational Programs of Greece (Central Macedonia, 1992 -1995 and Rest of Central Greece, 1995 - 2001), Chairman of MODA CHROMA SA, Synthetic Leather Manufacturer (1995 - 2004) and Consultant for issues concerning the compilation of real estate price indices and property valuation surveys for PROPINDEX SA (2002 - 2004). He has also conducted many consulting projects for government and private industry (Ministry of Agricultural Development & Foods, Ministry of Economics, National Centre for Public Administration and Local Government, Embassy of Pakistan, Association of Advertising Companies, Hellenic Post, The Athens Water Supply & Sewerage Company, etc.). Currently, Professor Halikias is Senior Research Officer at the Export Research Centre of the Panhellenic Exporters Association, Vice Chairman at State Deposits and Loans Fund, Member of the Management Board at Hellenic Postbank and Chief Executive Officer at the Company for Management and Development of AUEB Property SA.

altOrestes Vlismas is a member of the academic staff in the Departments of Accounting and Finance, and Business Administration, at the Athens University of Economics and Business. He holds a Ph.D. in Accounting and his research interests focus on management accounting and intellectual capital. His research has been published in the Journal of Intellectual Capital, VINE: The Journal of Knowledge and Information Systems, Global Business & Economics Review (forthcoming).

altSotirios Karatzimas is a Phd. candidate in the Department of Business Administration, in the Athens University of Economics and Business. He holds a Bachelor degree in Accounting and Finance as well as a Master in Human Resources Management from the Athens University of Economics and Business. His research interests lie in the fields of public sector accounting, international accounting standards (IFRS, IPSAS) and management accounting. He has teaching experience supporting accounting courses.

altVasilios-Christos Naoum is a Ph. D. candidate in Accounting, in the Department of Accounting and Finance at the Athens University of Economics and Business. He has graduated from the University of Piraeus, Department of Business Administration, and holds a Master in Accounting and Finance in the Department of Accounting and Finance at the Athens University of Economics and Business. His research interests focus on management accounting.

altMaria Koletsi is a graduate of the Department of Business Administration, Athens University of Economics and Business. She has long teaching experience in the fields of accounting and accounting information systems.

altPanagiotis Antonopoulos holds a Bachelor's degree in Department of Informatics and a Msc in Information Systems from the Athens University of Economics and Business. He is a developer and systems analyst at the Laboratory of Accounting Applications in the field of Accounting Information Systems.

altManolis Agapitos is a graduate of the Department of Physics, University of Crete. He has work experience in technical support for computer networks (LANs), development and management of web pages (aspx, IIS, php, apache) and Windows based applications using Microsoft VB.Net and c#.

AUEB Message

There was always a need for more practical experience and training for the students in the field of accounting. The traditional methods of doing exercises are limited in length and scope, while the so-called “practical accounting offices” turn out to be rather expensive. FASTER is an answer to this demand, providing the best solution for many reasons. First of all, the user does not incur any costs. Moreover, due to the internet-based nature of FASTER the user is moving away from the typical classroom and enters the magnificent world of internet. Therefore, the user is able to study at his/her ease and at any time. But it is not only the fact that FASTER provides an innovative, high quality lifelong learning platform. At the same time it links studies and working environment and widens transnational pursuit of jobs in the field of accounting and finance.

Apart though from students of accounting and fresh accountants in search of job, FASTER addresses also to all those professionals who are interested in accounting and finance issues in their every day work: lawyers, engineers, doctors, all those who run private businesses, need accounting education but it is hard to get it because they do not know from where and more important they do not have the time to attend vocational seminars. FASTER is what they need. They can get all basic knowledge by a friendly and easy way and FASTER than any other method.

 

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