Chrisanthi Avgerou ( Greek: Χρυσάνθη Αυγέρου; born 1954) is a Greek-born British scholar in the field of the Social Study of Information Systems, focusing on Information Technology in developing countries. She is currently Professor of Information Systems at the London School of Economics and Political Science. [1 ]
Avgerou is a Fellow of the
British Computer Society and of the Association for Information Systems (AIS), associate editor of The Information Society journal and Information Systems research Journal, and chairperson of the IFIP Technical Committee 9 on the relationship between computers and society
Among her published works are six books and about 200 peer-reviewed journal articles.
She has a
BSc in Mathematics from University of Athens, an MSc in Computer Science from Loughborough University and a PhD in Information Systems from the London School of Economics. [2 ]
Published books [ edit ]
Avgerou, C., R. Mansell, D. Quah, and D. Silverstone (2007)
The Oxford Handbook of Information and Communication Technologies, Oxford University Press.
Perspectives and Policies on ICT in Society, Springer (2005) (co-edited with J. Berleur) ISBN 0-387-25587-7.
The Social Study of Information and Communication Technology, Oxford University Press (2004) (co-edited with C. Ciborra and F. Land) ISBN 0-19-925356-0
Information systems and the economics of innovation, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar (2003) (co-edited with R. Lèbre LaRovere) ISBN 1-84376-018-5.
Information Systems and Global Diversity, Oxford, Oxford University Press (2002).
Information Technology in Context: studies from the perspective of developing countries, London, Ashgate (2000) (co-edited with G. Walsham). Chrisanthi Avgerou and Tony Cornford,
Developing Information Systems: Concepts, Issues and Practice, 2nd Edition, Palgrave (1998), ISBN 0-333-73231-6.
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