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Petros Paranikas is an adjunct professor of strategy at Insead, where he teaches the Strategy Lab. Since Petros graduated in December of 2000 from Insead, he has worked with Prof. Karel Cool developing a number of business school cases focused on the intersection of technology and critical mass. His work has focused on the evolution of the eBooks market, the competitive landscape in the consoles video games industry, the dynamics of cable vs. satellite TV and the evolution of the tablet market in the US.
Petros is also a partner with the Chicago office of the Boston Consulting Group, where his work has focused on strategy, corporate development and operations across the consumer electronics, renewable power, mining and consumer packaged goods industries. Before joining BCG, Petros worked as a self-employed attorney at law, computer journalist and investment banker
Petros holds an LL.B. from the Demokritos University of Thrace, LL.M. from the London School of Economics (First Class), LL.M. from the Harvard Law School (Fulbright Scholar) and MBA from Insead (Dean's List).