B.Sc. in Sociology, Department of Sociology, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences. (Athens, Greece) (1987)
M.Sc. (Econ) in Sociology, Department of Sociology, London School of Economics and Political Science, (1989).
D.Phil. in Geography, Department of Geography, University of Sussex, (United Kingdom) (1994)
M. Fonte and A.G. Papadopoulos (eds) (2010), Naming Food after Places: Patterns of Food Relocalization and Knowledge Dynamics in Rural Development, Aldershot, Ashgate Publishing Company.
A.G. Papadopoulos and C. Hadjimichalis (eds) (2008), The New Geography of Rural Greece, Greek Review of Social Research, Νο 125 (in Greek).
A.G. Papadopoulos (Guest Editor) (2007), Migration and Human Security in the Balkans, Migration Letters, Vol. 4, No 2.
A.G. Papadopoulos (Ed) (2004), Development in a Multifunctional Countryside, Athens, Gutenberg (in Greek).
C. Kasimis and A.G. Papadopoulos (eds) (1999), Local Responses to Global Integration, Aldershot, Ashgate Publishing Company.
C. Kasimis, A.G. Papadopoulos, C. Pappas (2010), “Gaining from rural migrants: migrant employment strategies and socio-economic implications for rural labour markets”, Sociologia Ruralis, Vol. 50, No 3, pp. 258-276.
A.G. Papadopoulos (2009), ‘“Begin from the bottom to move on”: Social Mobility of Immigrant Labour in Rural Greece’, Méditerranée, revue géographique des pays méditerranéens, n°113 (3/4), pp. 25-39.
C. Kasimis, A. Koutsouris, C. Liarikos and A.G. Papadopoulos (2009), “Knowledge forms and sustainable management of natural resources in Lake Plastiras (Greece)”, in K. Bruckmeier and H. Tovey (eds), Rural Sustainable Development in the Knowledge Society, Aldershot, Ashgate, pp. 223-241.
A.G. Papadopoulos and C. Liarikos (2007), “Dissecting Changing Rural Development Policy Networks: The Case of Greece”, Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, Vol. 25, No 2, pp. 291-313.
C. Kasimis and A.G. Papadopoulos (2005), “The Multifunctional Role of Migrants in Greek Countryside: Implications for Rural Economy and Society”, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Vol. 31, No 1, pp. 99-127.