Korina Katsaliaki

Korina Katsaliaki is an associate professor in Operations Management in Services in the School of Humanities, Social Sciences and Economics at the University Center of International Programmes of Studies of the International Hellenic University. Before joining IHU, Korina was a lecturer at Middlesex University as well as a part-time lecturer at the University of Southampton. She gained an MSc in Management Sciences and a PhD from the University of Southampton.

Her research interests include health services research, AI and business analytics and decision-making, the analysis and modelling of supply chains, the analysis and development of business games, simulation modelling methodologies and bibliometric analysis in the above thematic areas. Dr Katsaliaki has published more than 100 papers in international scientific journals, conference proceedings and book contributions. Korina is an associate editor of the Journal of Simulation. She is also the director of the MSc in Management and the MSc in Hospitality and Tourism Management at the University Center of International Programmes of Studies.


J41. Katsaliaki K.  Kumar S., & Loulos V.  (2024).  Supply Chain Coopetition: A Review of Structures, Mechanisms and Dynamics, International Journal of Production Economics, 267, 109057. IF:12, ABS 4,Q1

J40. Katsaliaki K.  Kumar S. and Kumar G. Belani (2023).  Machine Learning. A primer for the physician-anesthesiologist of the future. ASA Monitor October 2023.

J39. Galetsi P., Katsaliaki K. and Kumar S. (2023). Realizing Resilient Global Market Opportunities and Societal Benefits through Innovative Digital Technologies in the Post Covid-19 Era: A Conceptual Framework and Critical Literature Review, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Special Section: Digital Technologies and Resilience in Supply Chain Disruptions and Outbreaks, doi: 10.1109/TEM.2023.3303080. IF: 5.8, ABS 3Q1

J38. Galetsi P., Katsaliaki K. and Kumar S. (2023). Exploring benefits and ethical challenges in the rise of mHealth (mobile healthcare) technology for the common good: An analysis of mobile applications for health specialists, Special Issue of Digital Transformation in Healthcare and Medicine: Trends and Future Challenges, Technovation, 121, 102598.  IF: 12.5, ABS 3Q1

J37. Katsaliaki K.  Kumar S. and Kumar G. Belani (2023).  Supply Chain Principles – A Primer for Anesthesiologists. ASA Monitor June 2023, 87, 21–23. https://doi.org/10.1097/01.ASM.0000938820.14081.36
J36. Galetsi P., Katsaliaki K. and Kumar S. (2023). Assessing technology innovation of mobile health apps for medical care providers, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 70, 8: 2809-2826.  IF: 5.8, ABS 3Q1

J35. Galetsi P., Katsaliaki K. and Kumar S. (2023). What affects consumer behavior in mobile health professional diagnosis applications, Decision Sciences, 54, 315-333. IF: 5.5, ABS: 3Q1

J34. Katsaliaki K., Galetsi P., and Kumar S. (2022) Responsible health technology. Are we there yet? The case of mHealth apps for medical practitioners, IEEE Engineering Management Review, 50, 2: 165-172, Q2

J33. Galetsi P., Katsaliaki K. and Kumar S. (2022). The medical and societal impact of Big Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence applications in combating pandemics: A review focused on Covid-19. Social Sciences & Medicine, 301, 114973. IF: 5.4, ABS 4Q1

J32. Katsaliaki K. and Kumar S. (2022). The Past, Present and Future of the Healthcare Delivery System through Digitalization, IEEE Engineering Management Review, 50, 4: 21-33, Q2

J31. Katsaliaki K. (2022). Evaluating patient and medical staff satisfaction from doctor–patient communication. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance35(1), 38-55. IF: 1.5, Q2

J30. Katsaliaki K., Galetsi P., Kumar S. (2022). Supply chain disruptions and resilience: A major review and future research agenda, Annals of Operations Research, 319, 965-1002. IF: 4.8. ABS: 3Q1 https://doi.org/10.1007/s10479-020-03912-1

J29. Mustafee, N.Katsaliaki, K., Taylor, S.J.E. (2021). Distributed Approaches to Supply Chain Simulation: A Review, Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation (TOMACS). 31(4), 1-31. IF: 0.9, ABS: 3Q1

J28. Mustafee N. and Katsaliaki, K. (2020). Classification of the Existing Knowledge Base of OR/MS Research and Practice (1990-2019) Using A Proposed Classification Scheme. Computers and Operations Research, 118, 104920, IF: 4.6. ABS: 3Q1

J27. Galetsi P., Katsaliaki K. and Kumar S. (2020). Big Data Analytics in Health Sector: Theoretical Framework, Techniques and Prospects. International Journal of Information Management, 50, 206-216. IF: 18.958, ABS 2Q1
J26. Galetsi P. and Katsaliaki K. (2020). Big Data Analytics in Health: An overview and bibliometric study of research activity. Health Information and Libraries Journal, 37, 5-25 IF: 3.8, ABS 2Q1

J25. Galetsi P. and Katsaliaki K. (2020). A review of the literature on Big Data Analytics in healthcare. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 71(10), 1511-1529. IF: 3.6, ABS 3Q1

J24. Galetsi P. Katsaliaki K. and Kumar S. (2019). Values, Challenges and Future Directions of Big Data Analytics in Healthcare: A Systematic Review. Social Sciences & Medicine, 241, 112533. IF: 5.4, ABS 4Q1

J23. Karakostas K, Gkagkanis S., Katsaliaki K., Köllenspergerd P., Hatzopoulos A., and Kiziroglou ME. (2019). «Portable optical blood scattering sensor». Microelectronic Engineering, 217, 111129. IF:2.3Q2

J22. Ksantopoulou S. and Katsaliaki K. (2019). Policies and Perceptions on Generic Drugs: The case of Greece. Health Services Management Research, 32(1), 49-56. IF:2.1, ABS 1Q3

J21. Mustafee N., Katsaliaki, K. Thibaut Le Forsonney, T. Saikou Y. (2018). «Profile of Modelling and Simulation Research Published in the Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation». Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation, 15(3) 337-349. IF :0.8Q3

J20. Dombros M. and Katsaliaki K. (2017). Applying Marketing Tools in Dental Practice. The Case of Greek Dentists. Oral Health and Dental Management, 16, 2: 110-117.

J19. Mustafee, N. and Katsaliaki, K. (2015). Simulation for Sustainable Healthcare (Special Issue Guest Editorial). Journal of Simulation, 9: 83-85. ISI 2017. IF: 2.5, ABS 1Q2

J18. Katsaliaki, K. and Mustafee, N. (2015). Edutainment for Sustainable Development: A Survey of Serious Games in the Field. Simulation & Gaming, 46(6): 647-672. IF: 2Q2

J17. Katsaliaki, K.Mustafee, N.Kumar S. (2014). «A Game-based Approach towards Facilitating Decision Making for Perishable Products: An Example of Blood Supply Chain»Expert Systems with Applications, 41(9): 4043–4059. Elsevier. ISI 2017 IF: 1.87. ABS: 3 (ABS 2021: 1), Q1

J16. Mustafee. N., Katsaliaki, K. and Fishwick, P. (2014). Exploring the Modelling & Simulation Knowledge base through journal co-citation analysis. Scientometrics,98(3): 2145-2159. Springer.ISI 2017: 4.1. ABS: 2,Q1

J15. Katsaliaki, K. and Mustafee, N. (2013). Serious Games for Sustainable Development. Journal of Management Education, 37 (6): 889 – 894. SAGE. IF: 1.4, ABS 2Q2

J14. Mustafee, N.Katsaliaki, K., Williams, M. D, and Gunasekaran, A. (2013). Healthcare Operations Management Through Use of Simulation: An Introduction to the Special Issue. Journal of Enterprise Information Management, 26(1/2).  Emerald. IF: 6.5, ABS:2, Q1
J13. Swanson, R.C., Cattaneo, A., Bradley, E., Chunharas, S., Atun, R., Abbas, K.M., Katsaliaki, K., Mustafee, N., Meier, B.M. and Best, A. (2012). Rethinking Health Systems Strengthening: Key Systems Thinking Tools and Strategies for Transformational Change. Health Policy and Planning, 27(4):54-61.  Oxford Journals. ISI 2017 IF: 3.2Q1
J12. Mustafee, N., Taylor, S.J.E., Katsaliaki, K., Dwivedi, Y.K. and Williams, M. D. (2012). Motivations and Barriers in using Distributed Supply Chain Simulation. International Transactions in Operational Research, 19(5): 733–751. Wiley. ISI 2017 IF: 3.1; ABS 1, ABS 2(2012), Q1

J11. Mustafee, N.Katsaliaki, K., Fishwick, P. and Williams, M.D. (2012). SCS – 60 years and counting! A time to reflect on the Society’s scholarly contribution to M&S from the turn of the Millennium. Simulation: Transactions of the Society for Modeling and Simulation International, 88(9):1047-1071.  SCS. ISI 2017 IF: 1.699Q2
J10. Mustafee, N.Katsaliaki, K., Bischoff, E.E. and Williams, M.D. (2012). Proximity-Based Modelling of Cross-Contamination through Agent-Based Simulation: A Feasibility Study. Health Systems, 2:61-71. Palgrave Macmillan. IF: 1.8, ABS 2, Q2

J9. Katsaliaki, K. and Mustafee, N. (2011). Applications of Simulation Research within the Healthcare Context. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 62(8): 1431-1451; ISI 2017 IF: 3.6; ABS 3, Q1

J8. Mustafee, N., Katsaliaki, K. and Taylor, S.J.E. (2010). Profiling Literature in Healthcare Simulation. SIMULATION: Transactions of the Society of Modelling and Simulation International, 86(8-9): 543-558. ISI 2017 IF: 1.699, Q2

J7. Katsaliaki, K., Mustafee, N., Dwivedi, Y.K., Williams, T. and Wilson, J.M. (2010). A profile of OR Research and Practice published in the Journal of the Operational Research SocietyJournal of the Operational Research Society, 61(1): 82-94. ISI 2017 IF: 3.6; ABS 3, Q1

J6. Katsaliaki, K. and Mustafee, N. (2010). Improving Decision Making in Healthcare Services through the use of Existing Simulation Modelling Tools and New Technologies. Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy, 4(2):158-171; IF: 2.6; ABS 2, Q2

J5.  Mustafee, N., Taylor, S.J.E., Katsaliaki, K. and Brailsford, S. (2009). Facilitating the Analysis of a UK National Blood Service Supply Chain Using Distributed Simulation. SIMULATION: Transactions of the Society of Modelling and Simulation International, 85(2): 113-128. Emerald. ISI 5-year IF: 1.699, Q2

J4. Katsaliaki, K., Mustafee, N., Taylor, S.J.E. and Brailsford, S. (2009). Comparing Conventional and Distributed Approaches to Simulation in Complex Supply-Chain Health Systems. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 60(1): 43-51. ISI 2017 IF: 3.6; ABS 3Q1

J3. Katsaliaki, K. (2008). Cost effective practices in the blood service sector. Health Policy, 86(2-3): 276-287. Elsevier. ISI 2017 IF: 3.3. ABS 2, Q1

J2. Katsaliaki, K., Brailsford, S.C. (2007). Using Simulation to Improve the U.K. Blood Supply Chain. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 58(2): 219-227. ISI 2017 IF: 3.6; ABS 3, Q1

J1. Katsaliaki, K., Brailsford, S.C., Browning, D. and P. Knight (2005). Mapping Care Pathways for the Elderly. Journal of Health Organization and Management, 19(1):57-72. Emerald.ISI 2017 IF: 1.4, ABS 1, Q2