My research agenda is built on empirically understanding how firms may manage innovation and make better decisions in the face of risk: from the loss of value due to the information asymmetries and uncertainties between supply chain partners, to the wrong investments in a pharmaceutical firm’s portfolio of drug development projects.
 Markou, P. and D. Corsten. (2021). “Financial and Operational Risk Management: Inventory Effects in the Gold Mining Industry. Production & Operations Management, Accepted.
 Luffarelli, J., P. Markou, A. Stamatogiannakis, D. Goncalves. (2019). “The effect of corporate social performance on the financial performance of business‐to‐business and business‐to‐consumer firms.” Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 26(6), pp.1333-1350.
Book Chapters and Practitioner Articles
 Markou, P., D. Corsten, C. Carduck, and M. Koblbauer. (2019). “Commodity Risk Management at BMW: Price Indices and Contracts”. In Tate, W., Bals, L., and Ellram, L., eds. Supply Chain Finance: Risk Management, Resilience and Supplier Management, Kogan Page, Ch. 9, pp.177-194.
 Markou, P. and D. Corsten. (2017). “Linking Commodity Price Risk and Operations: Evidence from the Gold Mining Industry”. In Kouvelis, P., Dong, L., and Turcic, D., eds. Foundations and Trends in Technology, Information and Operations Management. 11(1-2), pp.165-185.
 Markou, P. and D. Corsten. (2017). “Trade Credit: A Fresh Look.” World Supply Chain Finance Report 2017. BCR Publishing, pp.14-16.
Project Selection and Success: Insights from the Drug Development Process - with S. Kavadias and N. Oraiopoulos [Link to SSRN]
Winner 2018 INFORMS TIMES Best Working Paper Award
Information Asymmetry, Rents, and Cost Risk Allocation: An Investigation of the BMW Supply Chain - with D. Turcic, P. Kouvelis, and D. Corsten [Link to SSRN]
Collateral, Risk, and Borrowing Capacity - with R. Williams and J. Yang [Link to SSRN]
Finalist 2018 Financial Management Association (FMA) Best Paper Award
Suppliers as Liquidity Insurers - with D. Corsten and R. Gropp [Link to SSRN]