Dr. Arun Sundararajan

Dr. Arun Sundararajan NEC Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor

NEC Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor, New York Universitys Leonard N. Stern School of Business,

Arun Sundararajan is the NEC Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor at New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business, where he studies how IT transforms business and society, and has recently been involved in charting the institution’s India-directed strategy. For 2010-13, he is also the SRITNE Distinguished Academic Fellow at the Indian School of Business, and is co-director of their Identity Initiative, an inter-disciplinary multi-institute collaboration that studies the impact of India’s ongoing nationwide UID rollout.

Some of Professor Sundararajan’s current and recent research focuses on digital institutions, collaborative consumption, digital business models for education, contagion in networks and social media, digital pricing and online privacy. He has published widely in academic journals has given more than 200 conference and invited presentations internationally. His research has won three Best Paper awards, has been profiled by numerous trade publications, and has been supported by organizations that include Google, IBM, Microsoft and Yahoo!

Professor Sundararajan’s opinion pieces have appeared in Bloomberg, BusinessWorld, CIO Magazine, the Economic Times, the Financial Times, Harvard Business Review, Knowledge@Wharton, the Mint and Wired. He is Senior Editor of the journal Information Systems Research and has served on the editorial boards of MIS Quarterly and Management Science. He was the founding co-chair of the NYU Summer Workshop on the Economics of IT and the Workshop on Information in Networks. Follow him on Twitter @digitalarun.

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