Welcome to the DrZ network
It is now quite a while that this site has provided my students and intellectual followers with lectures, ideas, important links, and resources relative to my four areas of teaching, namely, organizational behavior, law, philosophy and economics. During this decade lots of information has come and gone through this site most important of all, great student essays, and lectures - most of them are finding a place in my books. Most of all, I am delighted that this website has been a beakon for the 3'000 students (and counting) I have had the great pleasure to teach since 1978!
And here are some of their testimonials
The powerpoint are labeled and dated, it's easy to follow along, and if I miss anything its on the powerpoint.
I like that he makes us apply the terms we use, not just memorize them.
He has a lot of knowledge in the subject and has a lot of passion for it. I enjoy coming to class, although I am not a big fan of economics, because his enthusiasm will pump me up
Always answered emails promptly and was open to help with anything we might not have understood.
Dr. Zamaros is effective with time and takes time to explain things as opposed to rushing over them.
The questions that he poses to the class are very engaging and thought provoking.
Enjoy surfing on my network!
Dr.Z - Prof. Dr. Panayotis (Panos) Zamaros
Here is some BIO info about me as well as links to my other websites.
Here are my PUBLICATIONS.
You can find my course SLIDES for the following topics
- MANAGEMENT, concerning organisational behavior, consumer behavior, business and society, intercultural management, change management and principles of management. There are also links to readings, cases etc.
- LAW, concerning business and contract law, as well as law for the Ontario curriculum.
- PHILOSOPHY, with links to fun stuff.
- ECONOMICS, covering both macro and micro.
- HOSPITALITY, covering some marketing aspects.
Here are RESEARCH projects, resources and useful tips for writing and presenting work, in particular essays, in addition to the different systems of referencing.
Since the Society for Studying Difference has fallen in deep slumber since 2008 I took the decision to close The Difference Site that I founded in 2004. Not wanting to lose all the work and efforts done all these years, I decided to collect the most important aspects of the site here under DIF-FERANCE. Did you know that I coined the word dif-ferance in 2004 to honor two philosophers? Who were they?
And here there is information on MY ROOTS and in particular the lineages of Zamaros, Chevangkool, Mihas, Seiler, Briggs, Whitney, Duree and the Daughers of the (US) Revolution.