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BAJPAI Kartikeya

Kartikeya BAJPAI

Assistant Professor

Kartikeya earned has a PhD in Management & Organizations from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. His research interests lie at the intersection of knowledge work, professions and technological change. He uses a variety of methodological approaches to understand these issues, including, big-data textual analysis, social network analysis, and, field and interview methods.

EducationTop

2019 PhD, Management & Organizations, Kellogg School of Management

2011 M.S. Information Science & Technology, Penn State University

2008 M.S. Information Systems & Operations Management, University of Florida

2007 B. Tech, Computer Science & Engineering, National Institute of Technology Trichy

AwardsTop

Department Nominee, Economic Sociology Conference Job Market Poster Session, 2018

Researcher-in-Residence, Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems, 2016 - 2019

Graduate Student Researcher, Multi-disciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI)–(DARPA

Grant W911NF-15-1-0577), 2017-2019

Dissertation Research Award, Buffett Institute, Northwestern University, 2015

Research Grant, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, IMTFI, UC Irvine, 2012

Research Grant (USD 2,000), Africana Research Center, Pennsylvania State University, 2010

Graduate Student of the Year, ISOM, University of Florida, 2007

Achievement Award for Graduate Excellence, University of Florida, 2007

ExperienceTop

2019- Assistant Professor, AIM Center, EM Lyon Business School

Scientific CommitteesTop

Ad-hoc Reviewer, OMT Division- Academy of Management, Organization Science, Sociological Inquiry, ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI)

ExpertiseTop

Professions & Occupations

Technological Change

Organizational Culture

Expert Control

Robotics & AI

Creative Industries

AssociationsTop

Academy of Management

American Sociological Association

Strategic Management Society

Courses taughtTop

AI @ Work

Communications & SeminarsTop

• Distances in Organizations workshop, 2018, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
o “Examining the Mediating Role of Cultural Fit in the Aftermath of a Stigmatizing
Organizational Event”

• DARPA Annual Review- Multi-disciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI), 2018, University of California, Santa Barbara.
o “Examining the Mediating Role of Cultural Fit in the Aftermath of a Stigmatizing
Organizational Event”

• New Economy pre-conference, ASA Economic Sociology Section, 2017, Montreal, Canada
o “Cross-National Variation in Occupational Prestige”

• Academy of Management (AOM) Annual Meeting, 2017, Atlanta, Georgia.
o “Cross-National Variation in Occupational Prestige”

• Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, Berkeley, California, 2016
o “Privacy in Public: Negotiating the Category of Privacy in the Digital Age”

• European Group for Organizational Studies, 2015, Athens, Greece
o “The Continual Emergence of the Privacy Category in the United States & France”

• European Group for Organizational Studies, 2014, Rotterdam, Netherlands
o “The Public on The Private: Examining the Emergence of the Strategic Action Field of the
Privacy Movement”

COMPUTER SCIENCE AND INFORMATICS CONFERENCES

Bajpai, K., Larson, J. B., & Mehta, K.. “Like a hustler: Aligning intervention design with informal labor practices”. In Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development (ICTD 2013): Full Papers-Volume 1 (pp. 177-184). ACM.

Bajpai,K., Maldonado, E., Ngamassi, L.M., Tapia, A., Maitland, C., "NGO Collaborations: Sharing and Pooling projects", iConference 2011, Seattle, Washington, USA
Bajpai, K. and Jaiswal, A., “A Framework for Analyzing Collective Action Events on Twitter”, International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management 2011, Lisbon, Portugal

Tapia, A., Bajpai, K., Jansen, B., Yen, J., Giles, L., “Seeking the Trustworthy Tweet: Can Microblogged Data Fit the Information Needs of Disaster Response and Humanitarian Relief Organizations”, International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, 2011, Lisbon, Portugal

Ngamassi, L.M., Tapia, A., Maitland, C., Bajpai, K., “Humanitarian Organizational Collaboration: Information Technologies as Necessary but Not Sufficient”, ISCRAM2011, International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, 2011, Lisbon, Portugal

Ngamassi, L.M., Maitland, C., Zhao, K., Tapia, A., Bajpai,K., "Crossing Borders, Organizations,
Levels and Technologies: IS Collaboration in Humanitarian Relief", Americas Conference on
Information Systems, 2010, Lima, Peru

Ngamassi, L., Maitland, C., Tapia, A., Zhao, K., and Bajpai, K., “Assessing Humanitarian InterOrganizational Network Effectiveness: The Case of the UNOCHA Global Symposium”. International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, 2010, Seattle Washington USA

SYMPOSIA

• Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, CA, August 2018
o “Examining the Relationship Between Expert Work and External Audiences: Interactions at
the Interface