Chrisovalantis Malesios

Operations & Information Management Department 


Position: Marie Skłodowska- Curie Research Fellow                                                    Email:                                                                                     

Dr. Chrisovalantis Malesios is a Mathematical-Statistician, and is currently occupied as a research fellow at the Operations & Information Management Department, Aston Business School. He has published papers in international refereed journals such as: Statistics in Medicine, PLOS ONE, Business Strategy and the Environment, Annals of Operations Research, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Scientometrics, Journal of Socio-Economics, European Societies and South European Society and Politics.


  • Applied statistics
  • Environment
  • Agriculture
  • Marie Skłodowska- Curie Individual Fellowship


  • Dey, P.K., Petridis, N.E., Petridis, K., Malesios, C., Nixon, J.D. and Ghosh, S.K. (2018). “Environmental Management and Corporate Social Responsibility Practices of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises”. Journal of Cleaner Production, 195, 687-702.
  • Botetzagias, I., Tsagkari, M. and Malesios, C.  (2018). “Is "Troika" bad for the environment? An analysis of EU countries' environmental performance in times of economic downturn and austerity memoranda”. Ecological Economics, 150, 34-51.
  • Proikaki, M., Nikolaou, I., Jones, N., Malesios, C., Dimitrakopoulos, P.G. and Evangelinos, K.  (2018). “Community Perceptions of Local Enterprises in Environmentally Degraded Areas”. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 73, 116-124
  • .Malesios, C., Skouloudis, A., Dey, P.K., Abdelaziz, F.B., Kantartzis, A. and Evangelinos, K.  (2018). “The impact of SME sustainability practices and performance on economic growth from a managerial perspective: Some modeling considerations and empirical analysis results”. Business Strategy and the Environment,
  • Halkos, G., Skouloudis, A., Malesios, C. and Evangelinos, K. (2018). “Bouncing back from extreme weather events: Some preliminary findings on resilience barriers facing Small and Medium-Sized enterprises”.  Business Strategy and the Environment, 27(4), 547-559.• Kalapouti, K., Petridis, K., Malesios, C. and Dey, P.K. (2017). “Measuring efficiency of innovation using combined Data Envelopment Analysis and Structural Equation Modeling: Empirical study in EU regions”.  Annals of Operations Research, 1-24, DOI: 10.1007/s10479-017-2728-4.
  • Pergantas, P., Tsatsaris, A., Malesios, C., Kriparakou, G., Demiris, N. and Tselentis, Y. (2017). “A spatial predictive model for malaria resurgence in Central Greece integrating entomological, environmental and social data”.  PLOS ONE, 12(6): e0178836
  • .Malesios, C., Demiris, N., Kalogeropoulos, K. and Ntzoufras, I. (2017). Bayesian epidemic models for spatially aggregated count data. Statistics in Medicine, 36(20), 3216–3230.