Professor Dewan is responsible for faculty affairs, faculty research, and faculty recruiting and development.
He has teaching and research interests in electronic commerce, organizational issues in management of information systems, the information technology industry, and financial information systems. He has won three Best Paper Awards for research, done in collaboration with his colleagues at the Simon School, in the use of information systems standards in organizations, redesign of business processes and management of websites. His current research interests include marketing on the Internet, the Internet industry, strategic use of technology, the use of standards in managing information systems, and accounting and financial information systems. His papers have appeared in the Journal of Computing, Management Science, Decision Support Systems and IEEE Transactions on Computers, among other journals.
Prior to joining the Simon School, Dewan was a faculty member at Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management. He is a member of INFORMS, the Association for Information Systems and Beta Gamma Sigma.
Dewan earned a B. Tech. degree from the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi; an MS degree with concentrations in Computers and Information Systems and Operations Research from the University of Rochester; and a PhD in Business Administration from the University of Rochester.