Chrysanthi Papoutsi has a background in Management Science and Information Systems. Her current work focuses on information privacy perceptions and practices of health and IT professionals in HIV clinics.

Chrysanthi holds a Bachelors degree in Management Science and Technology from the Athens University of Economics and Business in Greece (2006) and a Masters degree in the Analysis, Design and Management of Information Systems from the London School of Economics and Political Science (2008).

She has worked as a research assistant at the Information Systems Technology Laboratory of the Athens University of Economics and Business. As a member of the group for Interdisciplinary Research on the Information Society, she participated in projects concerning identity management in e-government services. She has also completed an internship in a Greek consulting company where she worked as a trainee project coordinator in the department of European projects.

Chrysanthi is interested in the social and organisational consequences of the adoption and use of Information and Communication Technologies. Her research focuses on information privacy perceptions and practices of health and IT professionals in HIV clinics, looking specifically at cases of organisational change through integration of Health Information Systems.

Research interests

information privacy, information system integration, organisational change, health information systems, health

Positions held at the OII

  • DPhil Alumna, July 2013 –
  • DPhil student, October 2008 – July 2013

Supervisors at the OII

Current projects

Past projects

  • Privacy Value Networks (PVNets)

    Participants: Dr Anne-Marie Oostveen, Professor Ian Brown, Dr Fadhila Haeri Mazanderani, Dr Chrysanthi Papoutsi, Dr Fehmi Ben Abdesslem, Dave Birch, Dr Sacha Brostoff, Dr Tristan Henderson, David Houghton, Dr Adam Joinson, Miguel Malheiros, Iain Parris, Professor Angela Sasse, Dr Asimina Vasalou

    Privacy Value Networks (PVNets) is producing an empirical base for developing concepts of privacy across contexts and timeframes, addressing a current lack of clarity of what privacy is and what it means to stakeholders in different usage scenarios.