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Professor Monideepa Tarafdar


Monideepa Tarafdar

Lancaster University

The Management School



Tel: +44 1524 594364

PhD supervision

Topics include design and use of IT in the context of: organizational and societal innovation, organizational and individual well-being, human-machine collaboration/artificial intelligence, dark side of IT use (e.g. technostress, technology addiction), digital health, healhcare IT, IT in emerging/developing economies, IT in social movements and in socially or economically disconnected populations, IT in supply chain and operations management.

Research Interests

I research in two tracks. The Information Systems track includes adverse consequences of use of IT and social media (stress/addiction etc), human-algorithm collaboration, responsible artifical intelligence design and management, technology-enabled business innovation, healthcareIT and digital health. I am currently PI of a UKRI grant on AI related biases in organizational processes. The Operations Management track includes application and use of IT in supply chain management, coordination and healthcare operations.

My research has been covered internationally - in the BBC, Guardian, Boston Globe, MIT Technology Review, The Medium, Hindustan Times, Tsinghua News and others.

Career Details

External Roles

Editorial Positions: Senior Editor (Information Systems Journal); Associate Editor (Information Systems Research); Editorial Review Board (Journal of MIS, Journal of the AIS, Journal of Strategic Information Systems)

External Appointments: Lever Hulme Research Fellow, UK; Visiting Scholar/Research Affiliate at MIT Sloan Center for Information Systems Research; Visiting Professor at Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, Member of Digital Skills Research Working Group, Department of Digital, Culture, Media, Society, UK.

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