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About Prof. Ashutosh Jha:
Inkpothub interacted with Prof. Ashutosh Jha, a faculty in the Information Management area at SPJIMR. He completed his PhD from the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta in the Management Information Systems(MIS) Group. Before his PhD, he had served in the IT/ITES sector for six years in various capacities.
He also completed his B.E. (Hons.) from BITS-Pilani, Goa Campus in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE). His research interest includes the Adoption and Diffusion of Mobile Innovations, Techno-Economics of4G/5G Networks, Radio Spectrum Management, E-Governance, ICTs for Development, and Information Systems Ethics. Publications.
His research publications have appeared in various journals including Information Systems Frontiers, Technological Forecasting, and Social Change, Applied Economics Letters, IIMB Management Review, and Decision. His research has also been published in various conference proceedings including the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), International Association for Management of Technology (IAMOT), and IEEE, among others.
He has also written various case studies indexed in the IIM Calcutta Case Research Center (IIMCCRC) database. Awards He has received the following best paper awards and nominations: 13th International Conference on Digital Society and eGovernments (ICDS 2019). Athens, Greece (won the best paper award). 51st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 2018) (nominated for the best paper award).
In conversation with Prof. Ashutosh Jha:
Thus, it is important to research in MIS field. With his great work experience, Prof. Ashutosh Jha discusses the Research Questions, we should work on:
- Research on how the use of technology is going to intersect at a point where it can meet the work need and demands of individuals and organisations.
2. How do we sort of incorporate digital technologies in our day-to-day work for individuals and organisations?
3. Research in the area of Techno-stress due to the excessive use of technology.
4. Exploratory MIS research studies on upcoming technologies like artificial technology, machine learning and 5G.
These are the areas where young scholars can sort of start working to quickly turn out in terms of relevance and contemporary. Publication contents, its relevance and contemporary. So, there is a chance that we will find them at the centre of conversation mostly.