Biography at a Glance
Dr. Andrew Urbaczewski, chair and associate professor of the department of Business Information & Analytics came to Daniels in 2013 from the University of Michigan at Dearborn, where he spent 10 years on the faculty, including six as the chair of the department of Management Studies. Urbaczewski has written 23 articles published in refereed journals. His dissertation and early research examined electronic monitoring of Internet usage by employers. His research has now expanded to sports analytics as well as information security education and electronic health record implementation. He holds a BSBA (with Honors) in Finance from the University of Tennessee, an MBA from West Virginia University, and a PhD in Management Information Systems from Indiana University. Urbaczewski primarily teaches in the MSBA program, focusing on courses in Business Decision Making. Prior to being at UM-Dearborn, he was an Assistant Professor at Washington State University.
Research & Publications
- Lee, Y.J., Keeling, K., and Urbaczewski, A. “The Economic Value of Online User Reviews with Ad Spending on Movie Box-Office Sales,” Information Systems Frontiers, pp. 1-16. DOI: 10.1007/s10796-017-9778-7
- Urbaczewski, A., and Beaver, P. “Learning and Education: A Paradigm Shift in the Age of Internet and Search Engines,” Journal of Information Technology Case and Application Research (17:3), December 2015, pp. 124-129
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