Jaideep Ghosh is Professor of Decision Sciences, Operations Management, and Information Systems in the School of Management and Entrepreneurship at Shiv Nadar University. Earlier he was a Ramanujan Fellow Scientist of the Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India, working at CSIR. Before returning to India, he was teaching and doing research at George Mason University and the University of Maryland in the US. Besides teaching, he also worked and consulted in the US industry for nearly 12 years. Professor Ghosh is Associate Editor of the Journal of Global Information Technology Management (JGITM) published by Taylor and Francis. He's also served on the review boards of IEEE TEM, DSJ, IJPR, EJIS, SIR, among others. He's a permanent member of the Academy of Management (AOM), USA and the Academy of Information Systems (AIS), USA. He is also a Core Team Member of the ongoing World IT Project, a massive collaboration project involving researchers and academicians from 40 different countries in the world and headquartered in the US. He's given many invited lectures, and most particularly, workshops on social network analysis in business and management in India and abroad. His current research and teaching interests include modeling and simulation in business and economics (in particular, innovation and creativity); mathematical finance and financial engineering; data science and business analytics used in large-scale socioeconomic and financial systems. His other interests include Indian and western classical music, hiking, photography, and reading. The Himalayas, the rivers of India, the wildlife of the world, and quantum physics fascinate him.
*** Data science and businss analytics
*** Modeling and simulations in business and management (innovation and creativity of employees in IS/IT)
*** Mathematical finance and financial engineering
*** Social network analysis (informal social networks of employees in organizational setting)
*** Nonlinear dynamics and complex systems
*** Econometric studies of large-scale economic, financial, and social systems
*** Organizational, Technology, and Individual IT Issues in India. Jaideep Ghosh, Dolphy Abraham, and Prashant Palvia. 12th Annual ISDSI Conference, SPJIMR, December 28 – 30, 2018.
*** Tabooed Non-Consumption of Mental Health Support Services and Dependence on Informal Social Support Networks: A Study Using Mixed Methodology. Jaideep Ghosh, Paromita Goswami, and Lokamba Raja. 12th NASMEI International Marketing Conference 2018. Great Lakes Institute of Management. December 20-21, 2018.
*** Socio-structural embeddedness of corporate board interlocks and its influence on capital Investment structures of Indian firms: An exploration of dynamics with simulations. International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance 2018, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India, July 12 - 14.
*** Can Social Support Network Analysis help design better Campaigns targeting Clinically Depressed College Students? Conference of the Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, India, April 26 – 28, 2018.
*** Freedom of Novelty Creation and Innovation by Vendor Firms in Offshore Development of IT Products and Services. Indian Academy of Management 2017, IIM, Indore, December 18 - 20.
*** Socio-structural Embeddedness in Board Interlocks: Examining Firm Performance of Ordinary and Indian Business-Group Firms. Collaborator: A. Dutta. Indian Academy of Management 2017, IIM, Indore, December 18 - 20.
*** Balancing self-directed and peer-induced efforts in an information technology collaborative software development: A network approach. In session titled “Systems Analysis and Design Issues” at the 22nd Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) 2016, San Diego, California, USA, Aug 11 – 14.
*** Structures of corporate board interlocks and firm performance: Evidence from India. In session titled "Governance and CSR" at the Academy of Management (AOM) 2016 Annual Conference, Anaheim, California, USA, Aug 5 – 9.
*** Structural and behavioral characteristics of collaboration networks in information systems, technology, and economics: A social network study. 15th Global Information technology Management Association World Conference, June 22-24, 2014, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
*** Board interlocks of publicly traded Indian companies and firm performance in supply chain model: A network-based analysis. 15th Global Information technology Management Association World Conference, June 22-24, 2014, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
*** The World IT Project: An initial Indian experience. 15th Global Information technology Management Association World Conference, June 22-24, 2014, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. (Jointly with Abraham, D., Alliance University, Bangalore, India)
Best Paper Award, 2018. International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, July 12 – 14. Paper: Socio-structural embeddedness of corporate board interlocks and its influence on capital Investment structures of Indian firms: An exploration of dynamics with simulations.
Best Paper Award, 2017. Indian Academy of Management, Indian Institute of Management, Indore, December 18 – 20. Paper: Socio-structural embeddedness in board interlocks: Examining firm performance of ordinary and Indian business-group firms. (With A. Dutta.)
Ramanujan Fellowship, 2011 – 2016. Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India, INDIA.
Best Paper Award, 2014. 15th Annual Global Information Technology Management World Conference, Philadelphia, U.S.A. Paper: Structure-functional aspects of co-authorship networks in information systems, technology, and economics: A Social network study. (With Kshitij, A., & Kadyan, S.)
Best Paper Award, 2013. 14th Annual Global Information Technology Management World Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Paper: Dynamics of innovative technology incorporation by the Indian small enterprise industry.
Best Paper Award, 2010. 11th Annual Global Information Technology Management World Conference, Washington, D. C., U.S.A. Paper: Organizational knowledge optimization and distribution in an offshore, dispersed development project.