Dr Priyanka Pandey

Dr Priyanka Pandey

I completed my Ph.D. in Management Information Systems from the School of Business and Management, at the Royal Holloway University of London. Previously I completed my MSc and MPhil from the London School of Economics and Political Science in Management, Information Systems, and Innovation. I am also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).

Teaching Experience

My teaching experience has been acquired from various higher education institutions in the UK. I have been teaching Management courses at the LSE Summer School for many years. I have also taught courses on Information Systems and Information Management at the Royal Holloway University of London to undergraduate and postgraduate students.

Current Research 

My research investigates the role digital artifacts and platforms play in everyday practices, with a particular emphasis on structures, cultures, institutional mechanisms, and power processes. I am interested in deconstructing the relationship between technology and social and organizational change, within the global south context. For my Ph.D., I looked at the role mobile technologies play in community health worker practices in India for public health management, from the lenses of power, structure, affordances, and empowerment.

Technology for Social and Economic Development (ICT4D)

Gender and Technology

Digital Disruption of New Technologies (AI, Wearable Tech, VR, Blockchain, etc.) 

Public Sector Information Systems (e-Health, e-Government, etc.)

Information Systems Theory

  • Centre for Digital Business Research
  • Service Research and Customer Experience
  • Research Group for Inclusive and Sustainable Business

In brief

Research areas

Technology for Development, Information Systems theory, Public Sector Information Systems