digital governance, media research and new forms of data.
He is interested in information technology and social media research, digital engagement, public sector IT, digital governance and digital transformation of the labour movement. He is a member of the editorial board for Government Information Quarterly and New Technology, Work and Employment. He is a track chair for the British Academy of Management conference (2016, 2017), the IFIP 8.5 International Conference on eGovernment/eParticipation (2015, 2016 & 2017) and has also held various associate editorial roles for the European, American and international conferences on Information Systems.
Afzal M and Panagiotopoulos P
(2020). Smart Policing: A Critical Review of the Literature.
, Editors: Viale Pereira G, Janssen M, Lee H, Lindgren I, Rodríguez Bolívar MP, Scholl HJ and Zuiderwijk A. Springer International Publishing 10.1007/978-3-030-57599-1_5
Bowen F and Panagiotopoulos P
(2020). Regulatory roles and functions in information-based regulation: a systematic review. International Review of Administrative Sciences
vol. 86, (2) 203-221. 10.1177/0020852318778775
Bowen F, Tang S and Panagiotopoulos P
(2019). A classification of information-based environmental regulation: Voluntariness, compliance and beyond.
, Editors: Barcelo D. Elsevier Bv Science of The Total Environment
De Widt D and Panagiotopoulos P
(2018). Informal networking in the public sector: Mapping local government debates in a period of austerity. Government Information Quarterly
vol. 35, (3) 375-388. 10.1016/j.giq.2018.05.004
BOWEN F and panagiotopoulos P
(2018). Information-based Regulation: New roles for regulators. Department For Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy
, Bowen F and Brooker P (2017). The value of social media data: Integrating crowd capabilities in evidence-based policy. Government Information Quarterly
vol. 34, (4) 601-612. 10.1016/j.giq.2017.10.009
Edelmann N, Parycek P, Charalabidis Y, Chugunov AV, Panagiotopoulos P
, Pardo TA, Sæbø Ø and Tambouris E (2017). Preface.
, Barnett J. , Bidgeli A. Z. and Sams S. (2016). Social Media in Emergency Management: Twitter as a Tool for Communicating Risks to the Public. Technological Forecasting and Social Change
vol. 111, 86-96. 10.1016/j.techfore.2016.06.010
Gaspar R, Pedro C, Panagiotopoulos P
and Seibt B (2016). Beyond positive or negative: Qualitative sentiment analysis of social media reactions to unexpected stressful events. Computers in Human Behavior
vol. 56, 179-191. 10.1016/j.chb.2015.11.040
Scholl HJ, Glassey O, Janssen M, Klievink B, Lindgren I, Parycek P, Tambouris E, Wimmer MA, Janowski T, Soares DS, Charalabidis Y, Gascó M, Gil-Garcia R, Panagiotopoulos P
, Pardo T, Sæbø Ø and Zuiderwijk A (2016). Preface.
, Shan LC, Barnett J, Regan Á and McConnon Á (2015). A framework of social media engagement: Case studies with food and consumer organisations in the UK and Ireland. International Journal of Information Management
vol. 35, (4) 394-402. 10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2015.02.006
Shan LC, Panagiotopoulos P
, Regan Á, De Brún A, Barnett J, Wall P and McConnon A (2015). Interactive communication with the public: Qualitative exploration of the use of social media by food and health organizations. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior
vol. 47, (1) 104-108. 10.1016/j.jneb.2014.09.004
and Barnett J (2015). Social Media in Union Communications: An International Study with UNI Global Union Affiliates. British Journal of Industrial Relations
vol. 53, (3) 508-532. 10.1111/bjir.12060
, Bigdeli AZ and Sams S (2014). Citizen-government collaboration on social media: The case of Twitter in the 2011 riots in England. Government Information Quarterly
vol. 31, (3) 349-357. 10.1016/j.giq.2013.10.014
and Barnett J (2014). Social media in union communications: An international study with uni global union affiliates. British Journal of Industrial Relations 10.1111/bjir.12060
and Elliman T (2012). Online engagement from the grassroots: Reflecting on over a decade of epetitioning experience in europe and the UK. Empowering Open and Collaborative Governance: Technologies and Methods For Online Citizen Engagement in Public Policy Making 10.1007/978-3-642-27219-6_5
and Elliman T (2012). Online Engagement from the Grassroots: Reflecting on over a Decade of ePetitioning Experience in Europe and the UK. Empowering Open and Collaborative Governance
, Editors: Charalabidis Y and Koussouris S. Springer 10.1007/978-3-642-27219-6_5
, Sams S, Elliman T and Fitzgerald G (2011). Do social networking groups support online petitions? Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy
vol. 5, (1) 20-31. 10.1108/17506161111114626