Prof. Shankhadeep Banerjee

Assistant Professor of Practice

B.Tech (National Institute of Technology); PGDM (Indian Institute of Management- Calcutta); FPM (Indian Institute of Management- Calcutta) 2019

Shankhadeep Banerjee is a doctoral candidate of Management Information Systems at the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta. He is also an MBA (PGDM) graduate from Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, who did his bachelors in Computer Science and Engineering from National Institute of Technology (Durgapur), and also completed International Management Programme from NEOMA Business School, France. He also has many years of practitioner experience working at reputed organizations like Microsoft, Computer Sciences Corporation (client: eBay), Amazon, and Indian School of Business.


His research interests lie largely in the domain of human psychology and behavior related to contemporary technologies, and he has conducted studies in areas like: crowdfunding behavior, user behavior in online review communities, e-tailing adoption, etc. His methodological preference is quantitative with mostly empirical and experimental research designs, and he also utilizes latest data analytics and machine learning techniques in research. He has published in the journal of Decision Support Systems (rated A* by ABDC), and in proceedings of several prestigious conferences (like International Conference on Information Systems, Australasian Conference on Information Systems, PAN-IIM World Management Conference, etc.). He has also reviewed papers for premier journals like Information and Management (ABDC A*), Information Systems Frontier (ABDC A), Internet Research (ABDC A), etc. He has won Doctoral Student Scholarship 2016 at DIGIT Workshop (Dublin, Ireland), and received Best Theory Development Paper nomination at ICIS 2017 (Seoul, South Korea).

When he is not working, he likes to indulge himself in meditation and spiritual philosophy, backpacking across the globe, reading books and manga, binge watching movies and TV-series, etc.