Arun Sundararajan, a professor and NEC Faculty Fellow at New York University’s Stern School of Business, studies how information technology transforms business and society. His recent work has examined the role of information technologies in economic and political development, information contagion, online privacy, social media strategy and digital pricing. His award-winning research has been published widely in scientific journals, presented in over 200 conferences and invited talks internationally, and supported by organizations that include Google, IBM, Microsoft and Yahoo!. His recent academic findings have been profiled by the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, Forbes and Fast Company, and his recent op-eds about digital strategy have appeared in the Bloomberg, CIO Magazine, the Financial Times, Harvard Business Review and Wired. He is senior editor of Information Systems Research and was the founding co-chair of the NYU Summer Workshop on the Economics of IT and of the Workshop on Information in Networks.