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Ramanath Subramanyam

Associate Professor of Business Administration

Educational Background

Ph.D., Business Administration, University of Michigan, 2004
B.E., Electronics and Communication Engineering, Regional Engineering College, 1996

Positions Held

William N. Scheffel Faculty Scholar, Gies College of Business, 2018 to present
R.C. Evans Data Analytics Fellow, University of Illinois-Deloitte Foundation Center for Business Analytics, 2017 to present
Associate Professor, Department of Business Administration, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2012 to present
Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Business Administration, University of Illinois, 2012-2015
Assistant Professor of Business Administration, University of Illinois, 2004-2011
Lecturer of Business Administration, University of Illinois, 2003-2004

Recent Publications

Chun, S., Cho, W., Subramanyam, R. 2016. Transaction Security Investments in Online Marketplaces: An Analytical Examination of Financial Liabilities. Decision Support Systems, 92: 91-102

Karhade, P., Shaw, M. , Subramanyam, R. 2015. Patterns in Information Systems Portfolio Prioritization: Evidence from Decision Tree Induction. MIS Quarterly, 39: 413-433

Cho, W., Subramanyam, R., Xia, M. 2013. Vendors' Incentives to Invest in Software Quality in Enterprise Systems. Decision Support Systems, 56: 27-36

Honors and Awards

List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent, University of Illinois, 2004-2005, 2007-2008, 2011-2018

Service Activities

Associate Editor, Information & Management, 2017-2018
Senior Editor, Information Systems and eBusiness Management, 2012-2015

Teaching and Research Interests

Teaching Interests include Information Systems Development and Management, Business Value of IT, IT Strategy and Innovations, Enterprise Software Management, and IT for Networked Organizations

Research Interests include Management of IS Design Processes and IS Project Management, IT Sourcing Governance, Digital Business Strategies, Economics of Information Systems, Software Complexity and Project Management, New Product Development, and Business Value of Information Technology