Vijay Mookerjee holds the Charles and Nancy Davidson Chair in Information Systems. His research interests include social networks, managerial issues in information security, optimal software development methodologies, storage and cache management, content delivery systems, and the economic design of expert systems and machine learning systems.

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Recent Submissions

  • Shaping the Values of a Milk Cooperative: Theoretical and Practical Considerations 

    Mu, L.; Dawande, Milind; Mookerjee, Vijay (Wiley-Blackwell, 2019-05-22)
    Dairy cooperatives bestow upon farmers the virtues of controlling a large supply quantity of a relatively scarce product, that is, milk (e.g., higher bargaining power, fixed cost sharing, etc.). However, the cooperative ...
  • Role Refinement in Access Control: Model and Analysis 

    Xia, H.; Dawande, Milind W.; Mookerjee, Vijay S.
    Access control mechanisms in software systems administer user privileges by granting users permission to perform certain operations while denying unauthorized access to others. Such mechanisms are essential to ensure that ...
  • Selling vs. Profiling: Optimizing the Offer Set in Web-Based Personalization 

    Johar, M.; Mookerjee, Vijay S.; Sarkar, Sumit
    We study the problem of optimally choosing the composition of the offer set for firms engaging in web-based personalization. A firm can offer items or links that are targeted for immediate sales based on what is already ...
  • Optimal Software Reuse in Incremental Software Development: A Transfer Pricing Approach 

    Ceran, Yasin; Dawande, Milind; Liu, Dengpan; Mookerjee, Vijay S.
    This study develops optimal transfer pricing schemes that manage software reuse in incremental software development, namely, a development regime wherein users begin utilizing parts of the system that are released to them ...
  • Are New IT-Enabled Investment Opportunities Diminishing for Firms? 

    Dos Santos, B. L.; Zheng, Zhiqiang (Eric); Mookerjee, Vijay S.; Chen, Hongyu
    Today, few firms could survive for very long without their computer systems. IT has permeated every corner of firms. Firms have reached the current state in their use of IT because IT has provided myriad opportunities for ...
  • Content Provision Strategies in the Presence of Content Piracy 

    Johar, M.; Kumar, Nanda; Mookerjee, Vijay S.
    We consider a publisher that earns advertising revenue while providing content to serve a heterogeneous population of consumers. The consumers derive benefit from consuming content but suffer from delivery delays. A ...
  • To Show or Not Show: Using User Profiling to Manage Internet Advertisement Campaigns at Chitika 

    Mookerjee, Radha Vijay; Kumar, Subodha; Mookerjee, Vijay S.
    We study the problem of an Internet advertising firm that wishes to maximize advertisement (ad) revenue, subject to click-through rate restrictions imposed by the publisher who controls the website on which the ads are ...
  • Structural Search and Optimization in Social Networks 

    Dawande, Milind W.; Mookerjee, Vijay S.; Sriskandarajah, Chelliah; Zhu, Yunxia
    The explosive growth in the variety and size of social networks has focused attention on searching these networks for useful structures. Like the Internet or the telephone network, the ability to efficiently search large ...
  • Advertising Strategies in Electronic Retailing: A Differential Games Approach 

    Liu, Dengpan; Kumar, Subodha; Mookerjee, Vijay S.
    We consider advertising problems under an information technology (IT) capacity constraint encountered by electronic retailers in a duopolistic setting. There is a considerable amount of literature on advertising games ...