I am an assistant professor of Information Systems (IS) at College of Computing and Digital Media (CDM) at DePaul University. My research is at the intersection of social and technological systems and particularly addresses the behavioral and managerial implications of information systems, including the positive and negative impacts of using information systems, electronic word of mouth, and online communities. I am also interested in meta-analytical methods and techniques for empirical synthesis of knowledge from prior research findings. My research outputs have appeared in various journals and conferences in Information Systems, such as Journal of Management Information Systems, Journal of Strategic Information Systems, Information & Management, New Media & Society, Computers & Education, Expert Systems with Applications, Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, and European Financial Review. I have also held several editorial positions in journals and conferences in Information Systems. I have served in different capacities as an editor, a reviewer, a mini-track chair, and a session chair for various IS journals and conferences. For more details, please visit my personal homepage.
Information Systems, Management Information Systems, Information Technology Management
Specific Research Area
Effective and Problematic Use of Information Systems at individual (consumer) and organizational levels.
Impacts of social media on organizational performance.
Dark side of Information Systems Use.
Association for Information Systems (AIS), Academy of Management (AOM)