Management Information Systems New York University, Stern School of Business
Bachelor of Computing 2008
Management Information Systems National University of Singapore
Economics of information systems
Health and social impacts of IT
Econometrics and experiment design
Dr. Jason Chan is an Assistant Professor of Information & Decision Sciences at the Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota. He holds an interest towards research that has relevant business and policy insights on emerging phenomenon relating Internet platforms and public outcomes, in various areas including healthcare, crime, financial well-being, education, and labor discrimination. In his research, he adopts a variety of quantitative methods including econometric modeling, experiments and technical methods, to extract meaningful relationships that lies within datasets.
His work has been published in top academic journals and conferences such as MIS Quarterly and the International Conference on Information Systems, and has been presented at the National Bureau of Economic Research. His work has also been covered by prominent media outlets, including The Washington Post, NBC News, Forbes, and Market Watch. Dr. Chan is a recipient and nominee of several Best Paper Awards in IS conferences and workshops, and has received multiple research grants for his work. He serves as a reviewer for top-tier MIS journals, conferences, Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, and is a program committee at the Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems.