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  • Robert J. Kauffman

    Dr. Kauffman is currently a Visiting Professor of Information Systems & Strategy School of Information Systems, and Lee Kong Chian School of Business; Associate Director of the SMU-Carnegie Mellon Living Analytics Research Centre (LARC); and Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Glassmeyer / McNamee Center for Digital Strategies in the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. He has served as the W.P. Carey Chair in IS at Arizona State University, and as a Professor and Chair of Information and Decision Science, and Director of the MIS Research Center at the University of Minnesota. He has also been a Visiting Associate Professor at the University of Rochester, a Visiting Scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, and an Assistant and Associate Professor at the Stern School of Business at New York University. He worked in international banking and finance on Wall Street, and is a past graduate of the University of Colorado, Boulder (B.A.), Cornell University (M.A.) and Carnegie Mellon University (M.S., Ph.D.).

    His research involves senior management issues that span the economics of IS, competitive strategy and technology, IT value, strategic pricing, e-commerce, risk management, and supply chain management. He blends theory development and modeling with empirical methods and data collection in a variety of leading company and industry settings, including air travel, financial services, hospitality, and e-commerce. He has published more than 250 articles in journals, books and conferences, has developed several books, and has won numerous awards for his innovative research, academic service, and graduate student advising. In addition to his university leadership roles, he has served in a variety of editorial positions and conference roles. He
    will Co-Chair the ICIS Doctoral Consortium in Shanghai in 2011, and also Co-Chair the upcom ing International Conference on Electronic Commerce in Singapore in 2012. He speaks and reads Mandarin Chinese, and enjoys music, sailing, outdoor sports, and travel in his free time. He is married and has one daughter.