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SGH Warsaw School of Economics
Habilitation (dr habil.) in Economics and Finance
University of Warwick, UK
Ph.D, Politics and International Studies
Anna Visvizi, Ph.D. (dr hab.), economist and political scientist, editor, researcher, and political consultant with extensive experience in academia, think-tank and government sectors in Europe and the US, including the OECD. The author of several published works, Prof. Visvizi presented her work across Europe and the US, including Capitol Hill.
A practiced team worker, researcher, analyst and lecturer, Prof. Visvizi’s expertise covers issues pertinent to the intersection of politics, economics and information and communication technology (ICT). This translates into her research on applied aspects of ICT, especially AI and blockchain, in such domains as smart cities/smart villages, geopolitics, and business management.
Prof. Visvizi’s publications also cover such issues as knowledge & innovation management and technology diffusion, especially with regard to the EU and BRI. In her work, Prof. Visvizi places emphasis on engaging academia, the think-tank sector, and decision-makers in dialogue to ensure well-founded and evidence-driven policymaking.
Prof. Visvizi is the Editor-in-Chief of the international journal (ABS listed) Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy.
Visvizi, A., Troisi, O. (eds) (2022) Managing Smart Cities: Sustainability and Resilience Through Effective Management, Cham: Springer, 9783030935849
Visvizi A., Bodziany M. (eds) (2021) Artificial Intelligence and Its Contexts. Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications. Springer, Cham.
Daniela, L., Visvizi, A. (eds) (2021) Remote Learning in Times of Pandemic, London & New York, Routledge.
Visvizi, A., Troisi, O., Grimaldi, M. and Loia, F. (2022), “Think human, act digital: activating data-driven orientation in innovative start-ups“, European Journal of Innovation Management, Vol. 25 No. 6, pp. 452-478
Kashef, M., Visvizi, A., Troisi, O. (2021) Smart city as a smart service system: Human-computer interaction and smart city surveillance systems, Computers in Human Behavior, Volume 124, November 2021, 106923