Prof. Uday Karmarkar

Uday S. Karmarkar is the LA Times Professor of Technology and Strategy at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. He founded and leads the UCLA Global BIT Research Network that studies the effects of technologies on management practice, with research partners from leading institutions in 15 countries. . He previously taught at the Graduate School of Business at the University of Chicago (1975-1979) and the Simon School at the University of Rochester (1979-1994). Professor Karmarkar has published over 70 research papers and articles,has founded two academic journals and is on several editorial boards. His research interests include the information economy and ebusiness, technology management, manufacturing strategy, supply chain management, enterprise management software, and service enterprise management. He has undertaken projects in operations and technology strategy, industrial marketing, and supply chain management with firms in the US, Europe and Asia. Prof. Karmarkar holds a B.Tech. from IIT Bombay and a Ph.D. in Management Science from M.I.T. He serves on advisory and directors boards for several new technology and traditional companies.