Technology and Information Management

Researchers in the Technology and Information Management specialization are concerned with the way in which technology changes the business world, the organizations and the society around us.  These issues include the design and use of information technologies, the management of information and data resources, economic influences of new technologies, electronic commerce, crowdfunding and uses of data in medicine.

The research covers a range of approaches, including the use of data analytics and machine learning, the construction of models of consumer and user behavior, and their examination in the laboratory and the field, as well as the development and evaluation of economic models.







Prof. Gal Oestreicher-Singer

Head of Technology and Information Management Department


Prof. Moshe Zviran


Prof. Gad Ariav

Head of Cosulting Program

Prof. Dov Te'Eni


Prof. Moshe Leshno



Dr. Ohad Barzilay


Dr. Tomer Geva


Dr. Shachar Reichman



Dr. Sagit Bar-Gill

Dr. Lior Zalmanson

Dr. Inbal Yahav Shenberger





Mark Aakhus, Par J. Ågerfalk, Kalle Lyytinen, and Dov Te'eni (2015), "Symbolic action research in information systems: Introduction to the special issue", MIS Quarterly 38(4) pp. 1187 - 1200.


Ofir Ben-Assuli, Amitai Ziv, Doron Sagi, Avinoah Ironi, and Moshe Leshno (2016), "Cost-Effectiveness Evaluation of EHR: Simulation of an Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm in the Emergency Department". J Med Syst. 40(6) pp.141.


Ofir Ben-Assuli and Moshe Leshno (2016), "Assessing electronic health record systems in emergency departments: Using a decision analytic Bayesian model". Health Informatics J. 22(3) pp.712-29.


Dimitris Bertsimas, Erik Brynjolfsson, Shachar Reichman, and John Silberholz (2015), "Tenure Analytics: Models for Predicting Research Impact." Operations Research, 63 (6), pp. 1246-1261.


Efrat Broide, Shay Matalon, Ofra Kriger-Sharabi, Vered Richter, Haim Shirin, and Moshe Leshno (2016) "Cost effectiveness of routine duodenal biopsies in iron deficiency anemia." World J Gastroenterol. 14;22(34) pp.7813-23.


Erik Brynjolfsson, Tomer Geva, and Shachar Reichman (2016), “Crowd-Squared: Amplifying the Predictive Power of Search Trend Data”. MIS Quarterly forthcoming.


Vasant Dhar, Tomer Geva, Gal Oestreicher - Singer and Arun Sundararajan (2016), "Prediction Using Economic Networks." Informaton Systems Research, 25(2), pp.264-284. 


Gal Oestreicher-Singer, and lior Zalmanson (2013), "Content or Community? A Digital Business Strategy for Content Providers in the Social Age." MIS Quarterly, special issue on Digital Business Strategy, pp.565-590.


Eyal Carmi, Gal Oestreicher-Singer, and Arun Sundararajan (2016), "Is Oprah Contagious? The Depth of Diffusion of Demand Shocks in a Product Network." MIS Quarterly, forthcoming.


Netta Ganor and Dov Te'eni (2016), "Designing interfaces for older users: effects of icon detail and semantic distance",Transactions on HCI, 8(1) pp. 22-38.


Tomer Geva, Gal Oestreicher-Singer, Niv Efron, and Yair Shimshoni (2016), "Using Forums and Search for Sales Prediction of High-Involvement Products." MIS Quarterly, forthcoming.


Tomer Geva and Jacob Zahavi (2014), "Empirical Evaluation of Automated Intraday Stock Recommendation System Incorporating both Market Data and Textual News“.Decision Support Systems 57, pp. 212-223.


Adi Katz and Dov Te'eni (2014), "The role of communication complexity in adaptive contextualization". IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 57(2), pp. 98 - 112.


Meira Levy, irit Hadar, Dov Te'eni, Naomi  Unkelos-Shpigel, Sofia Sherman, and Nassi Abergel (2016), "Social Networking in an Academic Conference Context: Insights from a case Study", Information Technology & People, 29(1) pp. 51-68.


Yaara Maor, Stephan D.H. Malnick, Ehud Melzer, and Moshe Leshno (2016), "Treatment of Chronic Hepatitis C in the Aged - Does It Impact Life Expectancy? A Decision Analysis." PLoS One 13;11(7).

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