Dmitry Zhdanov, PhD
Assistant Professor, Business/OPIM (Affiliate)
Interdisciplinary research in information security; big data and business analytics; computer fraud and abuse; information technology in healthcare; information technology for smart grid; incentives and mechanism design for information systems.
I am currently serving as a co-director of InCHIP-led Tier II Academic Plan proposal titled Acquiring, Homogenizing, Enhancing, and Utilizing Big Data for Interdisciplinary Health and Wellness (HOPES)
PhD in Business Administration, University of Minnesota, 2007
MBA, University of Texas at Dallas, 2000
Bachelor of Management, Voronezh State University, 1997
“A Decision Methodology for Managing Operational Efficiency and Information Disclosure Risk in Healthcare Processes”, with X. Bai, R. Gopal and M. Nunez. Decision Support Systems, 2014, vol. 57, pp. 406-416.
“Growth and Sustainability of Managed Security Service Provider Networks: an Economic Perspective”, with A. Gupta. MIS Quarterly, 2012, vol. 36(4), pp. 1109-1130
“On the Prevention of Fraud and Privacy Exposure in Process Information Flow”, with X. Bai, R. Gopal and M. Nunez. INFORMS Journal on Computing, 2012, vol. 24(3), pp. 416-432
“Social Network Meets Sherlock Holmes: Investigating the Missing Links of Fraud”, with R. Gopal, R. Patterson and E. Rolland. Computer Fraud and Security, July 2012, pp.12-18
“On Managing Information Security Risks for Business Processes”, with X. Bai, R. Gopal and M. Nunez. International Journal of Decision Science, 2010, vol.1(1) pp. 45-53
“Designing Intelligent Software Agents for Auctions with Limited Information Feedback”, with G. Adomavicius and A. Gupta. Information Systems Research, 2009, vol. 20(4), pp. 507-526
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