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Dr. Stanislav Mamonov


Assistant Professor | Information Management & Business Analytics | Feliciano School of Business

Email: mamonovs@mail.montclair.edu

Telephone: 9736553512

Office: Feliciano School of Business, 480

Biography

Stanislav Mamonov is an Assistant Professor of Information Management and Business Analytics at the Feliciano School of Business at Montclair State University. Dr. Mamonov’s research focuses on the strategic value of Big Data assets, data governance and applied predictive modeling. His research has been published in Journal of Information Privacy and Security, International Journal of Electronic Commerce, Computers in Human Behavior, Communications of the AIS, Venture Capital, and Journal of Real Estate Research among other journals. His work on factors affecting social commerce success won the best paper award at the HICSS conference and his privacy-related studies have been featured in The Atlantic. Dr. Mamonov is also a guest contributor to Forbes. Prior to joining the Feliciano School of Business, Dr. Mamonov was the co-founder, CEO and CTO in several successful B2B and B2C e-commerce ventures.

Areas of Expertise

Business Analytics, Big Data, Data Mining, Intellectual Property Rights, Privacy, IT Adoption, Social Networks, Virtual Communities

Education

  • Ph D, Computer Information Systems, 2014, Graduate Center, CUNY
  • MBA, Finance & CIS, 2007, Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, CUNY
  • MS, Molecular and Cellular Biology, 2000, The Rockefeller University
  • BA, Biology, 1996, Bard College

Refereed Publications

  • Mamonov S., Benbunan-Fich R., (2017). Exploring factors affecting social e-commerce service adoption: The case of Facebook Gifts. Amsterdam. International Journal of Information Management.37 (6). (pp. 590-600).
  • Mamonov S., Benbunan-Fich R., (2017). What can we learn from past mistakes? Lessons from Data Mining the Fannie Mae Mortgage Portfolio. Baltimore, MD. Journal of Real Estate Research.39 (2). (pp. 235-262).
  • Mamonov S., Koufaris M., Benbunan-Fich R., (2017). The role of user psychological contracts in the sustainability of social networks. . Communications of the Association for Information Systems .40 (1).
  • Mamonov S., Malaga R., Rosenblum J., (2017). An Exploratory Analysis of Title II Equity Crowdfunding Success. Glasgow, Scotland. Venture Capital.19 (3). (pp. 239-256).
  • Mamonov S., (2016). Analytics in higher education: Stakeholder perspective. . International Journal of Innovation in Education.3 (4). (pp. 228-240).
  • Mamonov S., Koufaris M., Benbunan-Fich R., (2016). The role of sense of community in the sustainability of social network sites. . International Journal of Electronic Commerce.20 (4). (pp. 470-498).
  • Mamonov S., Koufaris M., (2016). The impact of exposure to news about electronic government surveillance on concerns about government intrusion, privacy self-efficacy, and privacy protective behavior. Oxford. Journal of Information Privacy and Security .12 (2). (pp. 56-67).
  • Mamonov S., Benbunan-Fich R., (2015). An empirical investigation of privacy breach perceptions among smartphone application users. . Computers in Human Behavior.49 (pp. 427–436).
  • Mamonov S., Misra R., Jain R., (2015). Business analytics in practice and in education: A competency-based perspective. Chicago, IL. Information Systems Education Journal.13 (1). (pp. 4-13).
  • Mamonov S., Koufaris M., (2014). The impact of perceived privacy breach on smartphone user attitudes and intention to terminate the relationship with the mobile carrier. . Communications of the Association of Information Systems.34 (1).

Published Books

  • Lang G., Mamonov S., Lang K., (2014). Netnography: An assessment of a novel research approach and its underlying philosophical assumptions. (pp. 1496-1511). Hershey, PA. IGI Global.

Published Proceedings

  • Mamonov S., Malaga R., (2017). Success Factors in Title II Equity Crowdfunding in the United States. Boston, MA. AMCIS 2017. Refereed
  • Mamonov S., Mavlanova-Triantoro T., (2017). Price obfuscation and consumer surplus in online diamond retail. Amsterdam. INFORMS Revenue Management and Pricing Conference 2017. Refereed
  • Malaga R., Mamonov S., Rosenblum J., (2017). Gender differences in equity crowdfunding: An exploratory analysis. Philadelphia, PA. USASBE 2017. Refereed
  • Mamonov S., Malaga R., Rosenblum J., (2017). An exploratory analysis of Title II crowdfunding success. Waikoloa, HI. HICSS 2017. Refereed
  • Mamonov S., Mavlanova T., Mohanty N., Galal J., (2016). Value In the eye of the beholder: Insights from data mining diamond prices. Nashville, TN. INFORMS Annual Meeting 2016. Refereed
  • Mamonov S., Koufaris M., (2016). The effects of IT-related attributional style on technology training. Anaheim, CA. 2016 Academy of Management Meeting . Refereed
  • Mamonov S., Ivanescu A., (2015). Forecasting bike sharing demand In New York City: A study of environmental factors. Philadelphia, PA. INFORMS Annual Meeting 2015 Proceedings. Refereed
  • Mamonov S., Misra R., Jain R., (2014). Business analytics in practice and in education: A competency-based perspective. Baltimore, MD. ISECON 2014. Refereed
  • Mamonov S., Benbunan-Fich R., (2014). Factors affecting perceptions of privacy breach among smartphone users. (pp. 3178 - 3187). Waikoloa, HI. HICSS 2014. Refereed
  • Mamonov S., Koufaris M., (2014). The impact of perceived privacy breach on the sustainability of social network sites. Waikoloa, HI. HICSS 2014. Refereed
  • Mamonov S., (2013). The antecedents and consequences of sense of virtual community on social networking sites. Chicago, IL. AMCIS 2013. Refereed

Awards and Honors

  • Invited Contributor to Forbes, Forbes (2017)
    What Works In Equity Crowdfunding -- Insights From Research.
  • Privacy-related research profile in The Atlantic, The Atlantic (2016)
    The Strange Way That People Perceive Privacy Online by Kaveh Waddell.
  • Junior Faculty Consortium Selection, International Computer Information Systems Conference 2016 (2016)
  • Junior Faculty Consortium Selection, Academy of Management, Technology Innovation Management 2016 (2016)
  • Best paper award, 48th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (2015)
    "To give or not to give? An exploratory study of user beliefs influencing adoption of Facebook Gifts" won the best paper award on the Digital and Social Media track at the HICSS 2015 conference.
  • Best paper nomination, 47th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (2014)
    "The Impact of Perceived Privacy Breach on Sustainability of Social Networking Sites" was nominated for the best paper award at the HICSS 2014 conference.
  • John A. Elliott Teaching Award, Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, CUNY (2013)
    The award is given for teaching that rises above and beyond a sustained performance of excellence.
  • Morton Wallman Award for Outstanding Achievement in Computer Information Systems, Baruch College, CUNY (2007)