Dionysios Demetis

Dr Dionysios Demetis

Lecturer in Management Systems

Summary

Dr Dionysios Demetis is a lecturer in management systems at the Hull University Business School. He is also Vice-Chair of the Humber Business Resilience Forum which promotes a secure Humber region by enhancing the cybersecurity of its businesses. Dr Demetis holds a PhD on anti-money laundering and information systems from the London School of Economics and Political Science. He is the author of two books and numerous other publications while his research on anti-money laundering has been featured in the United Nations bibliography and received funding from the European Commission.

Postgraduate

Dr Demetis welcomes applications in - Anti-money laundering - Information systems (including cybersecurity from a social science perspective) Current PhD supervisions - Mohammad Al Shammari - Nadia K. Samara - Noemi Tambe

Book Chapter

The systemic role of technology in financial instability

Demetis, D. (2017). The systemic role of technology in financial instability. In The financial crisis and white collar crime: legislative and policy responsesTaylor & Francis (Routledge)

Conference Proceeding

An observer-relative systems approach to information

Demetis, D., & Lee, A. (2019). An observer-relative systems approach to information. In Proceedings of the 52nd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 6300-6309

Journal Article

When humans using the IT artifact becomes IT using the human artifact

Demetis, D., & Lee, A. (2018). When humans using the IT artifact becomes IT using the human artifact. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 19(10), 929-952. https://doi.org/10.17705/1jais.00514

Economic simulation of cryptocurrencies

Mainelli, M. R., Leitch, M., & Demetis, D. (2018). Economic simulation of cryptocurrencies. Capco Journal, 47, 89-101

Fighting money laundering with technology: a case study of Bank X in the UK

Demetis, D. S. (2018). Fighting money laundering with technology: a case study of Bank X in the UK. Decision Support Systems, 105, (96-107). doi:10.1016/j.dss.2017.11.005. ISSN 0167-9236