2014-2018, Ph.D. Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota
2008-2014, Fellow of Management Development Institute, Gurgaon
2005-2007, MBA (Information Technology), Symbiosis International University
2018-ongoing, Assistant Professor (Information Systems Area), Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad
2013-2014, Assistant Professor (Technology Management), Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management and Engineering, NMIMS, Mumbai
2011-2013 Assistant Professor, Information Systems Management, Fortune Institute of International Business, New Delhi
Relational Databases (University of Minnesota)
Business Models in Digital Economy (Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management and Engineering)
Introduction to MIS (Fortune Institute of International Business)
My broad area of interest is examining human behavior in crowd-based platforms. Within this, I examine online investment networks, crowdsourcing contests. and open source software communities.
Deodhar, S. J., Subramani, M., & Zaheer, A. (2017) Geography of Online Network Ties: A Predictive Modelling Perspective. Decision Support Systems. 99. 9-17.
Deodhar, S. J., Saxena, K., Ruohonen, M., & Gupta, R. (2012). Strategies for Software-Based Hybrid Business Models. Journal of Strategic Information Systems. 21(4). 274-294.
Deodhar, S. J., Burtch, G., & Subramani, M. (2017) Understanding User Participation in Crowdsourcing Contests: A Status Theoretic Perspective
Deodhar, S.J., Subramani, M., Zaheer, A. (2018) Doing What Other Do: Understanding Susceptibility to Ambient Social Information in Online Platforms
Deodhar, S.J., Subramani, M., & Zaheer, A. (2018) Whom Do They Prefer for Making Money? Determinants of Information Source Preference in Online Platforms
Deodhar, S. J. (2015) Multiple Case Study: From Research Problem to Research Design in a Doctoral Setting—A Student's Experiential Musings. Qualitative Research in Management: Methods and Experiences. R. Gupta & R. Awasthy (Ed.). New Delhi: SAGE. ISBN: 935-1-50103-5
Deodhar, S. J., Saxena, K., Gupta, R.., & Ruohonen, M. (2011). Business Model of an FOS-ERP Product: Case of Openbravo. Free and Open Source Enterprise Resource Planning: Systems and Strategies. IGI Global Publishing, Penn ISBN: 978-1-61350-486-4
Deodhar, S. J., Saxena, K., & Gupta R (2014). Liferay: Story of a Content Management System, Richard Ivey College of Business, University of Western Ontario. URL: https://cb.hbsp.harvard.edu/cbmp/product/W14226-PDF-ENG
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Selected and completed Google's Summer of Code through Ruby Foundation
Qualified NET in Management