Stratos is an Associate Professor at the University of Southampton. Stratos joined Southampton in September 2013, just before submitting his doctoral dissertation at the University of Cambridge. In addition to a PhD he holds an MPhil in Management Research (from Cambridge), an MA in Organisation Studies (from Warwick) and a BSc in Economics (from Aristotle University).
Ramoglou, S. & Tsang, E. W. K. 2016. A realist perspective of entrepreneurship: Opportunities as propensities. Academy of Management Review, 41(3): 410-434.
Ramoglou, S. & Zyglidopoulos, S. C. 2015. The constructivist view of entrepreneurial opportunities: A critical analysis. Small Business Economics, 44(1): 71-78.
Ramoglou, S. 2013. Who is a “non-entrepreneur”? Taking the “others” of entrepreneurship seriously. International Small Business Journal, 31(4): 432-453.
Ramoglou, S. 2013. On the misuse of realism in the study of entrepreneurship. Academy of Management Review, 38(3): 463-465.
Ramoglou, S. 2013. Philosophy as undogmatic procedure: Is perfect knowledge good enough? Philosophy of Management, 12(1): 7-15.