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Paris Chrysos

Paris Chrysos is Professor of Innovation Management at ISC Paris. His Ph.D. thesis, undertaken at the CGS, Mines-ParisTech, tackled the issue of developer innovation and industrial dynamics and is the object of his book, “Les Développeurs” (FYP, 2015). The courses he teaches (at ISC Paris but also at Schools such as Mines-ParisTech, EHESS or the Athens School of Fine Arts) are related to Organizational Design, Technological Innovation, Strategy and Industry.
Graduate Computer, Electrical and Electronics Engineer of the National Technical University of Athens, Paris Chrysos had his Master in Sociology of innovation before enrolling to Ph.D. study. He is co-responsible of the Master Innovation in European Business (ISC Paris, UCC Cork, University of Applied Science, Utrecht) since 2011. Paris has also served as Vice President at the Hellenic Industrial Property Organization (Athens, Greece).

His current research focuses on the modeling of emerging innovation actors, processes and methods, mainly from an industrial and epistemological perspective.