General Secretary for Information and Communication
Yannis Mastrogeorgiou is a graduate of the School of Philosophy (Department of History-Archeology) at the University of Athens with postgraduate studies in International Relations, European Political Economy and European Law from the Aegean University and the Athens University of Economics and Business. He is also a PhD candidate at the University of Athens, Department of History and Philosophy of Science.
He has work experience in the advertising and political communication field and was awarded the Marshall Memorial Fellowship (MMF) scholarship. From 2009 to March 2012, he served as a Special Adviser to the Ministry of Education and afterwards to the Ministry of Development. From 2013 to 2018, he worked as Director of the Greek Think Tank “NETWORK for Reform in Greece and Europe”. In June 2018, he was appointed Director of the Scientific Council of the ‘Konstantinos Karamanlis’ Institute of Democracy.
In the context of his scientific research, he has conducted studies on the refugee and demographic issue, the EMU structure, the flat tax, the consequences of returning to the national currency, the silver economy. He has dealt in depth with the concept of the 4th Industrial Revolution and is the author of two books on the subject: “Opportunities, gray zones and extensions of the 4th Industrial Revolution” and “The tools of the 4th Industrial Revolution and how they reshape our lives”.