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 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 IBM, Apple, HP, Oracle and Google) and public sector organizations (such as IDA Singapore, People’s Association and APEC) 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-Business, information security, project management, statistics, research design
Current Research Interests
Information security, e-Government, data analytics
Recent Research Publications
Das, A., Khan, H. (2016). Security Behaviors of Smartphone Users. Information and Computer Security, 24(1), 116-134.
Das, A., Singh, H., Joseph, D. (2017). A Longitudinal Study of e-Government Maturity. Information and Management, 54, 415-426.
Recent Conference Presentations
Das, A. (2018). Technology and the Erosion of Trust in the Corporation-Customer Relationship. 23rd Annual Organization Science Winter Conference, Park City, UT.
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. Americas Conference of the Association of Information Systems, Boston, MA.