Sunil Wattal (PhD, Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University) joined the MIS Department at Temple University as an Assistant Professor in Spring 2007. He also holds a Bachelors in Engineering from BITS Pilani (India), an MBA from IIM Calcutta (India), and an MS (Industrial Administration) from Carnegie Mellon University.
Sunil currently teaches management information systems at the undergraduate level and a capstone course at the masters level. His research interests include economics of information systems, technology adoption, privacy, software security, and internet marketing.
- Peer to peer sharing economy
- Online crowdfunding
- Ride sharing
- Online consumer behavior
- Fake news
Research Project II
Research Project III
Managing Information in the Enterprise
Inf Sys Found & Theory
Zifla, E. & Wattal, S. (2019). Understanding it-enabled social features in online peer-to-peer businesses for cultural goods. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 20(5), 629-646. doi: 10.17705/1jais.00546.