rofessor NTUA Yannis Caloghirou was a contributor to the e-book with the chapter "The Information Society in Greece (1997-2012): A bumpy road. A first attempt to report". The e-book was released from the University of Thessaly with the title "Markets and Politics. Private interests and public authority (18th-20th centuries)".
NTUA Professor Yannis Caloghirou, PhD NTUA Aimilia Protogerou and PhD Canditate NTUA Panagiotis Panagiotopoulos participated in the book “Public Procurement for Innovation” (Edward Elgar, 2015), in which editores where Charles Edquist, Nicholas Vonortas, Jon Mikel Zabala and Jakob Edler.
Professor Yannis Caloghirou, Ass. Professor Aggelos Tsakanikas, Doctor Aimilia Protogerou, Doctor Ioanna Kastelli and the PhD Candidate Glykeria Karagouni had a significant contribution to the writing of the book "Knowledge-Intensive Entrepreneurship in Low-Tech Sectors: The Prospects of Traditional Economic Industries", the editors of which are Hartmut Hirsch-Kreinsen and Isabel Schwinge (Edward Elgar, 2014).
NTUA Professor Yannis Caloghirou edited in Greek the book "The Entrepreneurial State - debunking public vs. private sector myths" of Mariana Mazzucato, Professor of Economics at the University of Sussex (SPRU), where he holds the seat RM Phillis in Science and Technology Policy. This book was included in the Financial Times book list for 2013.
NTUA Associate Professor George Mavrotas, Panos Xidonas, John Psarras and Constantin Zopounidis edited the book «Portfolio management with multiple criteria: theory and practice» in Greek (Kleidarithmos, Athens, 2011).
NTUA Professor Yannis Caloghirou, NTUA PhD Aimilia Protogerou and Ass.professor at the University of the Aegean Anastasia Konstantelou edited scientific and participated in the writing of the preface of the book "The strategic management of technology and innovation", which writers are Margaret A. White and Garry D. Bruton.
NTUA Professor Yannis Caloghirou and Ass. professor of the University of Peloponnese Vasilis Pesmazoglou edited the book of Luc Soete and Chris Freeman, "Work for all or mass unemployment? Computerised technical change into the 21st century", which was released by Themelio publications in 2000.