Most cited scholar at Virginia Tech and previously at University of Arkansas; one of the most cited in the field of business in general and information systems in particular.
Ranked 1st out of ~17,000 scientists in information systems and 524th out of ~7 million scientists across all fields, based on citation data from 1996-2020 for articles published since 1960.
All-around Faculty Member Award, Walton College of Business, University of Arkansas, 2018-’19.
Ranked 21st based on research productivity in years 2003-2007 for publications in MISQ, ISR and JMIS (Clark et al. 2009, CAIS).
Tracy Sykes and Hillol Bala have been identified as the most-productive assistant professors in the field of information systems to graduate since 2000 in an article by Chen et al.…
Ranked #23 among most-cited scientists in Economics and Business (source: http://www.in-cites.com/nobel/2007-eco-top100.html)
Among the 95 most-cited scholars in business and economics based on publications from 2000-2012 (http://highlycited.com, a Thompson Reuters’ service).
Faculty Research Excellence Award, Walton College of Business, University of Arkansas, 2006-’07.
Faculty Research Excellence Award, Walton College of Business, University of Arkansas, 2009-’10.
Faculty Research Excellence Award, Walton College of Business, University of Arkansas, 2011-’12.
Alumni Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award for Research, University of Arkansas, 2011-’12.
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.
Venkatesh and Davis (2000) is the 4th most cited of all Management Science articles.
Venkatesh (2000) is the 2nd most cited of all Information Systems Research articles.
Venkatesh and Bala (2008) was among the 50 papers to receive Emerald’s Citations of Excellence award for 2012. In 2014, this paper was chosen to be one of the 35…
Venkatesh et al. (2003) was named a current classic each year since 2008 by ScienceWatch, a service of Thompson Reuters (the same company that provides Web of Science). This paper…
Ranked the 27th most influential scholar in management and 16th most influential among those who received their degree since 1991 (Aguinis et al. 2012, Academy of Management Perspectives)