Prof. Venkatesh presented his research on pursuing the United Nation's millennium development goals in India and shared lessons learned from a project in villages in India. Here is an abstract…
Recognitions and research findings have been reported in local and national newspapers, including Washington Post.
The article “Telecommuting Technology…” in Personnel Psychology was nominated for the William A.Owens Scholarly Achievement Award for the best publication in a refereed article in the field of industrial and…
Ranked most productive for research on the technology acceptance model (Lee et al. 2003, CAIS).
Ranked 12th based on research productivity in IS in 1999-2003 for publications in 12 journals (Huang and Hsu 2005, CAIS).
Ranked 1st (straight rank) and 2nd (normal rank, adjusted rank) in contributions to HCI based on publications in seven prime MIS journals from 1990-2002 (Zhang and Li 2005, CAIS).
In 2013, his papers appeared in all 4 issues of MIS Quarterly.
As of Dec 2015, ranked #2 for all-time number of papers (total: 20) published in MIS Quarterly.
From 2005-’14, he is the most productive in terms of publications in the premier journals in information systems (i.e., Information Systems Research and MIS Quarterly).
Venkatesh and Davis (1996) is the most cited of all Decision Sciences articles.