About

Marios Koufaris, PhD, is Professor of Information Systems and Chair of the Paul H. Chook Department of Information Systems and Statistics at Baruch’s Zicklin School of Business. He has taught doctoral courses and was the coordinator of the PhD in Information Systems program at Baruch College for over a decade.

Dr. Koufaris’s research, which has been published in multiple leading journals, focuses mainly on the determinants and consequences of technology user beliefs, attitudes, and behavior in different contexts. Some of his most recent research has examined the role of technology in alleviating or exacerbating decision-making biases by its users.

Dr. Koufaris has earned several awards for his research and teaching (including the Sidney Lirtzman Award in 2013, awarded annually to a single faculty member in the Zicklin School). He has been an invited speaker and lecturer to various groups and academic institutions and has chaired or been a member of several doctoral dissertations in information systems.

Dr. Koufaris earned his PhD in information systems from New York University’s Stern School of Business.

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