Tridas Mukhopadhyay is Deloitte Consulting Professor of e-Business at Carnegie Mellon University.

He received his Ph.D. in Computer and Information systems from the University of Michigan in 1987.

His research interests include strategic use of IT, business-to-business commerce, business value of

information technology, economics of cyber security, and software development productivity. His

recent papers on e-business examine Internet referral services, use of consumer information in email

advertising and information personalization. His current work on business-to-business commerce includes

the adoption of web procurement and models of electronic intermediation. His other research

projects study the productivity and quality of software products and offshore software contracts.

In addition, Professor Mukhopadhyay has worked with several organizations, such as Alcoa, Chrysler,

Diamond Technology Partners, Ford, General Motors, Giant Eagle, IBM, Infosys, LTV Steel, PPG,

Port of Pittsburgh, Pratt and Whitney, Texas Instruments, UPMC and governmental agencies including

the United States Post Office and the Pennsylvania Turnpike.


            He has published over ninety papers. His research appears in Information Systems Research,

Communication of the ACM, Journal of Manufacturing and Operations Management,

Journal of Marketing Research, MIS Quarterly, Omega, IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering,

Electronic Commerce Research and Applications, Journal of Operations Management, Accounting Review,

Management Science, Information Systems Frontiers, Information, Technology & Management,

Journal of Management Information Systems, Decision Support Systems, Journal of Experimental

and Theoretical Artificial Intelligence, Journal of Organizational Computing, International Journal of

Electronic Commerce, Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, American Psychologist and other publications.


He has been on the Editorial Board of Information Systems Frontier, Journal of Management Information

Systems, Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, Management Information

Systems Quarterly, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, International Journal of Electronic

Commerce, Management Science and Information Systems Research.


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