Information Systems Science

Information Systems Science at Aalto University School of Business has a strong focus on empirical studies and active cooperation with companies. Besides theoretical contributions, ISS studies often emphasize practical relevance.

Our research deals with adoption, use and impacts of ICT on consumers, companies, and society at large. We use multi-disciplinary approaches and apply theories from a number of reference disciplines, including management, organization sciences, marketing, and economics. Wide range of both qualitative and quantitative methods are used and often triangulated. Research teams and projects are encouraged. Most projects have both national and international partners, and the results of our research are targeted at top tier academic journals.

Current research topics

Past and current research projects

ManETEI brought together leading European Business Schools, research institutes and a diverse group of industrial partners from different industries, sectors, technologies and countries to create a rigorous collaborative research agenda centered on the multifaceted phenomenon of managing emergent technologies for maximum economic and social impact.

SWITCH project studies empirically consumers switching behaviour in the context mobile phones and platforms.

Matti Rossi

Timo Saarinen
Professor, Associate Dean

Virpi Tuunainen

Esko Penttinen
Professor of Practice

Yong Liu
Assistant Professor  

Riitta Hekkala
Assistant Professor  

Johanna Bragge
Senior University Lecturer 

Henri Tirri
Executive in Residence

Kalle Lyytinen
Visiting Distinguished Professor  

Hannu Kivijärvi
Professor (Emeritus) 

Niina Mallat
Postdoctoral Researcher

Negin Banaeianjahromi
Project Assistant

Sanna Tiilikainen
Postdoctoral Researcher

Maryam Roshan
PostDoctoral Researcher 

Elena Mazurova
Doctoral Candidate

Yong Ding
Doctoral Candidate      

Yanging Lin
Doctoral Candidate  

Venkata Marella
Doctoral Candidate

Wenjie Fan
Doctoral Candidate



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