Amit Das

Amit Das

Professor

Education

B.Tech in Electronics Engineering from IIT Kharagpur, and a diploma in Management (PGDM) from IIM Calcutta

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Amit taught in the undergraduate, MBA, PhD and executive programmes and conducted research in information systems at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, from 1994 to 2009. His teaching and research spanned the technology (database, networks, and information security) and behavioural (decision-making, technology evolution and e-Government) domains. For the next ten years, he worked at Qatar University, teaching at all levels (bachelors, masters and doctoral) and continuing his research in management and information systems. Amit has a B.Tech in Electronics Engineering from IIT Kharagpur, and a post-graduate diploma in Management (PGDM) from IIM Calcutta. After working with Tata Motors in market research for three years, he earned his PhD in Information & Decision Sciences from the Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, in 1994. Amit has collaborated with businesses (such as Apple, Asatsu-DK, Cray Research, Google, HP, IBM, Oracle and Qatar Petroleum) and public sector organizations (such as APEC, IDA Singapore and People’s Association) on a variety of research and consulting projects. His papers have been published in reputed journals such as Management Science, Strategic Management Journal, International Small Business Journal, Journal of Behavioral Finance, and Information & Management. He is a regular participant at international conferences on management and information systems.

  • e-Government
  • digital inclusion

Refereed Journal Articles

Sharif, K. J., Raza, S. A., Das, A. (2018). Fashion model profiles: The intersection of self, ideal and preferred. Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics, 30(1), 23-42.

Becheur, I., Das, A. (2018). From Elicitation to Persuasion: Assessing the Structure and Effectiveness of Differential Emotions in anti-Drunk-Driving campaigns. Journal of Promotion Management, 24(1), 83-102.

Das, A., Singh, H., Joseph, D. (2017). A Longitudinal Study of e-Government Maturity. Information and Management, 54, 415-426.

Das, A., Khan, H. (2016). Security Behaviors of Smartphone Users. Information and Computer Security, 24(1), 116-134.

Das, S. S., Das, A. (2014). India Shining? A two-wave study of business constraints on micro and small manufacturing firms in India. International Small Business Journal, 32(2), 180-203.

Das, A., Das, S. S., Hui, P. Z. (2013). Changing Student Attitudes towards Globalization: A study on the influence of International Business courses on students in Qatar and Hong Kong. Journal of Knowledge Globalization, 6(1), 23-46.

Das, A. (2012). Estimating the Loss from the Disposition Effect: A Simulation Study. Journal of Behavioral Finance, 13(1), 1-10.

Lim, E.-K., Das, S. S., Das, A. (2009). Diversification Strategy, Capital Structure, and The Asian Financial Crisis (1997-98):  Evidence from Singapore Firms. Strategic Management Journal, 30(6), 577-594.

Singh, H., Das, A., Joseph, D. (2007). Country-level Determinants of e-Government Maturity. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 20, 632-648.

Das, A. (2003). Knowledge and Productivity in Technical Support Work. Management Science, 49(4), 416-431.

Das, S. S., Das, A. (1996). Complementarities in information technology and the implications for management. Accounting & Business Review, 3(1), 129-140.

Conference Proceedings

Das, A. (2018). Technology and the Erosion of Trust in the Corporation-Customer Relationship. Organization Science.

Das, S. S., Das, A., Ziegelmayer, J. L., Barfitt, L. (2017). Forwarding behavior among youth using traditional and new media in the Middle East and the West. Association of Information Systems.

Das, A. (2017). From projects to processes via organizational routines. DSI.

Das, S. S., Das, A., Jansen, B. J., Ziegelmayer, J. L. (2016). Attention allocation and choice: An eye-tracking study. Society of Judgement and Decision Making.

Das, A., Al-Khouri, R. S. F., Das, S. S. (2016). Correlates of Financial Literacy among business undergraduates. Northeast Decision Sciences Institute Conference.

Das, A., Das, S. S., Ziegelmayer, J. L., Barfitt, L. (2016). A comparison of social media forwarding behaviors in the US and in the Middle East. Decision Sciences Institute.

Das, A., Das, S. S. (2015). Online Government Services and Setting Up Business: Evidence from panel data. Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS).

Das, A., Ziegelmayer, J. L., Das, S. S. (2014). Forwarding in Social Media: The role of user characteristics. Decision Sciences Institute.

Das, A. (2014). e-Government and Entrepreneurship: A cross-country analysis. AIB.

Das, A., Ziegelmayer, J. L., Das, S. S. (2014). Words of Others: A mixed-effects analysis of forwarding in social media. Philadelphia: Academy of Management.

Das, A., Al-Khouri, R. S. F., Das, S. S. (2013). Determinants of risk aversion: A Middle Eastern perspective. Decision Sciences Institute.

Das, S. S., Bahdo, A., Das, A. (2013). Examining the power of firms in the Qatar construction industry: A Strategic Management study. Decision Sciences Institute.

Das, A., Das, S. S. (2012). Business constraints and the performance of micro and small manufacturing firms in India (vol. 43, pp. 17401-17406). USA: Decision Sciences.

Das, A. (2011). A longitudinal study of e-Government maturity. Australia: PACIS.

Das, A., Das, S. S., Soh, C., Neo, B. S. (2000). More bang from the IT buck – The Singapore experience. Association of Information Systems Proceedings.

Das, A., Das, S. S. (1993). Supporting diversity in technology: The role of MIS managers. International Conference on Information Systems.



Information Systems, Data Science