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George Mason UniversitySchool of Business
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Menon, Nirup

Academic Unit:Information Systems and Operations Management
Position:Associate Professor
Phone:703-993-3723
Office Location:Enterprise Hall 142
Office Hours:By Appointment
Research Interests:
  • Business Value of Technology
  • Information Privacy
  • Information Security
  • Healthcare Informatics
  • Enterprise Systems
Education:
  • PhD, University of Arizona
  • MS, Washington University
Profile:

Nirup Menon comes to George Mason after teaching at the University of Texas at Dallas and Texas Tech University. He currently holds a visiting professorship at Instituto de Empresa Business School in Madrid, Spain.

Menon has published a book on the impact of information technology on hospitals, and has coauthored articles in several peer-reviewed  academic journals such as Management Science, Information Systems ResearchJournal of Management Information Systems, and Journal of Association of Information Systems, among others. He held an associate editor position at Information Systems Research from 2003-2006.

Menon has consulted for several companies including SAP America, and he has taught courses at the undergraduate, masters and PhD levels. His teaching interests are enterprise resource planning systems, database systems, data warehouses, data mining, economics of information systems, and research methods in information systems.

Research and Awards:

Presented the paper titled, “Experience Breadth and Problem-Solving in Crowdsourcing Contests” at the Product and Service Innovation Conference in Midway, Utah in 2017 and at the POMS Annual Conference in Seattle, Washington in 2017 (with colleagues Anant Mishra and Shun Ye).

Presented the paper titled, “Breadth of Experience of Software Developers in Innovation Contests” (with colleagues Anant Mishra & Shun Ye)at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 2016.

Presented the paper titled, “Experience Breadth and Problem-Solving in Crowdsourcing Contests: An Empirical Investigation” (with colleagues Anant Mishra & Shun Ye) at the Mason Entrepreneurship Research Conference in Fairfax, Virginia in 2016.

Presented the paper titled, “Cloud Computing and Data Breaches in Hospitals” at the Provost Multidisciplinary Research Symposium in Fairfax, Virginia in 2016.

Presented the paper titled, “Customer Valuation of Security Features in Mobile Apps” (with colleague Pallab Sanyal) at the Provost Multidisciplinary Research Symposium in Fairfax, Virginia in 2016.
Presented the paper titled, “Network Externality from Information Technology Investments and its Consequences in Medical Fraud” at the INFORMS Healthcare in Nashville, Tennessee in 2015. 

Received a University Service Award from George Mason University in 2014.

Presented the paper titled, “What Affects Software Development Project Performance in the Crowdsourcing Context?” at the Production and Operations Management Annual Conference in Washington, DC in 2015 (with coauthor Shun Ye).

Presented the paper titled, “Network Effects of Information Sharing Across Hospitals” (with coauthor Pankaj Setia) at the Production and Operations Management Annual Conference in Washington, DC in 2015.

Presented the paper titled, “An Empirical Analysis of Multi-Phased System Development in Crowdsourcing” at the Workshop on eBusiness in Auckland, New Zealand (with coauthor Shun Ye).

Presented the paper titled, “Crowdsourcing System Development in Phased Contests” at the Workshop on Information Systems and Economics in Auckland, New Zealand in 2014 (with Shun Ye).

Had the presentation titled “An Empirical Analysis of Multi-Phased System Development in Crowdsourcing” published in the proceedings from the Workshop on eBusiness in 2014 (coauthored with Shun Ye). 

Presented the paper titled, “Influencing Senior Managers to Invest in IT Security” at the Massachussetts Institute of Technology, Center for Information Systems Research in Cambridge, MA in 2014.

Had the presentation titled “Managing Technology Projects: An RBV Approach” (with coauthors Sidhartha Das and Jim Hutchison), published in the proceedings of the World Conference on Production and Operations Management in 2012. 
 
Presented the paper titled “The Impact of Healthcare Information Technology on Malpractice Claims Risk and its Link to the Quality of Patient Care” at the University of Maryland DO&IT Seminar Series in College Park, Maryland in 2012. 

Presented the paper titled “Performance Impacts of IT in Hospitals: A Configurational Approach” (with coauthors) at the Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts in 2011. 

Published an article titled, “Organizational Impacts During and After Implementation of Enterprise Systems” (with coauthors) in Information Technology and Management. 

Presented the paper titled “EHR Usage Configurations in Hospitals: Impacts on Length-of-Stay and Costs” (with coauthors) at the Workshop on Information Systems and Economics in Shanghai, China-PRC.

Presented the paper titled “Health IT Use Configurations and Hospital Performance” (with coauthors) at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Published the chapter titled “Information Determinants of Customer Acquisition and eTailer Revenue” in Sustainable e-Business Management by the publisher Springer-Verlag.

Published an article along with Sid Das titled, “The Effect of Information Technology Investments in Healthcare: A Longitudinal Study of its Lag, Duration, and Economic Value” (with coauthors) in IEEE Transactions On Engineering Management.

Published an article titled, “Cyber Security Risk Management: Public Policy Implications of Correlated Risk, Imperfect Ability to Prove Loss, and Observability of Self-protection” (with coauthors) in Risk Analysis.

Presented the paper titled “Informational Determinants of Customer Acquisition and eTailer Revenue” (with Amitava Dutta) at the AMCIS in Lima, Peru.