Nikos Melios

Nikos Melios

Nikos Melios

Advanced Media Institute Researcher/Content Producer

Nikos Melios is a PhD candidate in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration of the National University of Athens, where he also graduated in economics at the Department of Economics Law School between in 1985. He holds an MA degree from the Hellenic Open University’s «Open and Distance Learning» Program. He also followed the graduate National University of Athens distance learning programs  on «Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility» (2007), «Public relations and Administration» (2008-2009) and «Sustainable development and environment» (2011). His last MA degree comes from the Open University of Cyprus’ MA “Communication and New Journalism” Program, Communication. Since 1984, he works for the National Bank of Greece Group (NBG). His current position is Deputy Director of Corporate Social Responsibility Division of NBG Group. Since 2015, he is the treasurer at the chair of the administration board of the Greek Network of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR HELLAS) as well as a member of Corporate Social Responsibility Committee of the American-Greek Chamber of Commerce. Over the past years he participated in different projects on economic, local and business history, as well as in various archiving processes which lead to various internationally recognized publications i.e. Prontzas E. – Kimourtzis P. – Melios N., Public Revenue (1830 -1939), National Bank of Greece – C.P.E.R. (320p+ CD-Rom in Greek and English). Additional work has been presented in the above mentioned fields in various international conferences such as the Milan International Economic History Congress in 1994, the International Conference of Economic and Social History in Netherlands 1993 and the International Conference of Business History in Washington 1995. He has also been a deputy member Supervisory Council of the General State Archives. He lectured on CSR related subjects as a guest speaker in different universities of Greece, including National School of Public Administration, Athens University of Economics and Business, Panteion University, National Research Institute and the Technical University of West Macedonia etc.