Anil Gurung


Anil Gurung is Professor of Management Information Systems in the Department of Marketing, Management Information Systems, & Entrepreneurship at Marshall University’s Lewis College of Business. He likes to research in the area of organizational and individual practices in information security and privacy. His research has been published in various journals such as Journal of Global Information Technology Management, the Journal of Organizational and End User Computing, the Journal of Information Privacy and Security, Information and Computer Security, the Journal of Computer Information Systems, the Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, and Computers in Human Behavior. Prior to joining academia, he worked in aviation and tourism.

PhD, Business Administration, the University of Texas at Arlington, 2006
MBA, Computer Information Systems, Missouri State University, 2001
MBA, Finance, Tribhuvan University, 1997
BBA, Tribhuvan University, 1993
Quinlan Award, Marshall University, September 2019, May 2018, May 2015
Pritchard Research Fund, Marshall University, April 2015
Summer Research Grant, Marshall University, March 2015
MIS 200: Business Computer Applications
MIS 290: Prin. Management Info. Systems
MIS 310: Business System Analysis & Design
MIS 360: Intro. To Business Intel & Analytics
MIS 420: Info. Security Management
MIS 475: Strategic Management Info. Systems
MIS 680: Health Comm. Telematics
MIS 685: Business Intel/Analytics
MIS 470: Business System Project Management
MIS 475: Strategic Management Info. Systems
MIS 678: Management Info Systems
MPNA 756: Clinical and Admin IS
Guo, C., Warkentin, M., Luo, X., Gurung, A., & Shim, J. (2020). An imposed etic approach with Schwartz polar dimensions to explore cross-cultural use of social network services. Information and Management, forthcoming.
Lankton, N., Stivason, C., & Gurung, A. (2019). Information protection behaviors: Morality and organizational criticality. Information and Computer Security, 27(3), 468-488.
Information systems and management, Management information systems, Supply chain management, Technology in the workplace, and Work-family balance