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Apostolos Filippas

Apostolos Filippas

Assistant Professor
Information, Technology, and Operations
Gabelli School of Business
Joined Fordham: 2019

General Information:
140 W. 62nd Street, Room 306,
New York, NY 10023



Professor Filippas is an assistant professor of Information Systems at Fordham University's Gabelli School of Business. He is an economist working on market design in the context of online marketplaces, and, more broadly, on the economics of technology.

His recent work examines topics including the economic and policy implications of the "sharing economy,'' the limits of online reputation systems, and the management of changes in P2P markets. Professor Filippas’ work has appeared in venues such as Management Science, the San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank, the ACM conference on Economics and Computation (EC), and the ZEW Conference on the Economics of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).

He earned his Ph.D. degree in business administration from NYU Stern School of Business, and an undergraduate degree in computer science (summa cum laude) from the University of Patras.


  • PhD.: Business Administration, NYU Stern School of Business, 2018
  • Bachelor’s: Computer Science, University of Patras, Greece, 2012

Research Interests

  • Online markets
  • Market design
  • Economics of technology


  • Filippas, Apostolos, John Horton, and Richard Zeckhauser (2019) “Owning, using and renting: some simple economics of the sharing economy.” Management Science.
  • Filippas, Apostolos and Theodoros Lapas (2017) “Strength in Numbers: Using big data