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Amrita George joined Marquette University in 2019. She received her PhD degree from the Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University. She earned her executive master’s degree in marketing & operations from IIM, Kozhikode and her bachelor’s degree in electrical & electronics engineering from Kerala University. Amrita’s research interests include health information technology, business intelligence and analytics, software development, and emergent technologies. Her research has been published in Journal of Medical Internet Research, Journal of Database Management, International Conference on Information Systems, Americas Conference on Information Systems, and Academy of Management Global Proceedings.
George, A., Schmitz, K., & Storey, V. (2020). A Framework for Building Matured Business Intelligence & Analytics in Organizations. Journal of Database Management.
Rongen, Z., George, A., Kim, J., Johnson, V., & Ramesh, B. (2019). Evaluating the Benefits of Blockchain Initiatives for Value-Based Care: An Extended Balance Scorecard Framework. Journal of Medical Internet Research.
George, A., Mikhaeil, C., & Boodraj, M. (2018). Does the Internet Create Healthier Societies? A Spatial Analysis of Health Outcomes and Internet Access. International Conference on Information Systems Proceedings.
George, A., Schmitz, K., & Storey, V. (2018). The BI&A System: Building Matured Business Intelligence in Organizations. Academy of Management Global Proceedings.
Abdalla Mikhaeil, C., & George, A. (2016). Group Decision Making in OSS: A Dialectic Perspective on Herding. Americas Conference on Information Systems.
GTA Teaching Excellence Award, Robinson College of Business, GSU (2018, 2019)
Second Century Initiative Doctoral Fellowship in Health Information Technology (2014-2018)