Panos Angelopoulos is a Credit Analyst at Alpha Bank and has worked as a consultant to the Ministry of Education on the development of courses in banking and stock markets, both in Greece. He teaches in colleges and continuing education programs and holds an M.A. in economics from the City University of New York. Previously he worked in the Risk Management Department and the Credit Policy Department of the Ionian Bank and at the Center of Economic Planning and Research, also in Greece.
Panos Mourdoukoutas is Professor of Economics, Long Island University, New York. He has traveled extensively throughout Europe and Asia as an adviser to government and business organizations, with extended stays at Nagoya University, Japan. Among his many publications are four books from Quorum: The Global Corporation and Collective Entrepreneurs hip in a Globalizing Economy (both 1999), and with (Yuko Arayama) The Rise and Fall of Abacus Banking in Japan and China (2000) and China Against Herself (1999).