I study how firms respond to technological change by changing their technology strategies (e.g., R&D collaboration strategies, research disclosure strategies), and in turn, change industry dynamics. Currently, I am exploring Artificial Intelligence (using patents & peer-reviewed publications). Drawing on strategic management literature, and using Big Data, Machine learning (NLP) and interviews, I build testable models of the world that can help managers to make decisions.
Previously I worked for Samsung R&D Lab in Bangladesh, India, and South Korea. My research is partly informed by experiences at such corporate labs.
My working papers have been recognized at multiple conferences such as Best PhD Paper Prize (nominated, SMS), Max Boisot Award (finalist, EGOS), Best Paper in Strategy (won, AMCIS), Honorable Mention (won, ASAC) among others.
My research has also received media coverages from outlets like VentureBeat, Scientific American, Axios, Marginal Revolution. Two prestigious AI reports also cited my work: The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence and Stanford AI Index (2021).