Professor of performance management at the Telfer School since 2012, Pavel Andreev obtained his Ph.D from the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel. His doctoral studies centred on the impact of information and communication technologies (ICT) on activities such as teleworking, telemedicine, e-shopping, e-learning, telebanking and teleleisure.
Professor Andreev was a Research Fellow and Adjunct Professor at the Business Information Systems Department, University College Cork, Ireland. He was also a Postdoctoral Fellow and Visiting Professor at the Sagy Center for Internet Research and the Study of the Information Society, Graduate School of Management, University of Haifa, Israel.
Professor Andreev's research is focused on modeling and exploring the performance of commercial and non-commercial organizations at the individual, team, and organizational level. Awarded an NSERC Discovery Grant (2013-2018), he will develop methodologies that enhance healthcare practitioners' care delivery in interdisciplinary healthcare teams. He is also interested in the behavioural aspects behind technology adoption and its impact on personal and social patterns. For instance, he studies the use and adoption of smartphones and the realization of mobile payments. Other areas of interest include the organization of peer-production (e.g., open source projects), open innovation, social networks, mobility, and healthcare information systems (HIS). His research projects cross several distinct disciplines and are international in scope.
Professor Andreev has presented papers at leading conferences such as the International Conference on Information Systems, the European Conference on Information Systems, and the International Federation for Information Processing Conference. He has published research in Health Policy and Technology, the International Journal of E-Business Research (IJEBR), Electronic Markets - The International Journal on Networked Business, Behaviour & Information Technology, and Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies.
|2020||NSERC||Supporting sustained behaviour change with digital technology: Developing a new architectural framework for designing Habit Formation Support System||R||C||PI||N/A|
|2020||SSHRC-DG||Towards Sustainable Behavior Change: Developing and Validating a Theory Explaining How Habits Can Be Formed Using Digital Technologies||R||C||PI||N/A|
|2019-2021||MITACS & VanillaSoft||A Dynamic Predictive Lead Scoring System for Inside Sales||R||O||PI||$ 60,000|
|2017-2018||MITACS & VanillaSoft||Predictive Analytics in Inside Sales||R||O||PI||$ 30,000|
|2015||University of Ottawa||Data Analysis Blended Course Design||P||I||PI||$ 5,000|
|2015-2017||MITACS & VanillaSoft||Using Predictive Analytics to Improve Inside Sales Performance||R||O||PI||$ 60,000|
|2013-2018||NSERC||Developing methodologies that facilitate the performance of healthcare practitioners care delivery in interdisciplinary healthcare teams||R||C||PI||$ 110,000|
|2013-2015||Telfer School of Management (start-up fund)||Realizing the Potential of Smart Mobile Media Devices||R||I||PI||$ 20,000|
|2013-2014||University of Ottawa||Health Systems Research: A System for Supporting Patient Care Provided by an Interdisciplinary Healthcare Team||R||I||Co-PI||$ 35,000|
C: Contract (R and D) | E: Equipment Grant | R: Research Grant | S: Support Award | P: Pedagogical Grant | O: Other, U: Unknown
C: Granting Councils | G: Government | F: Foundations | I: UO Internal Funding | O: Other | U: Unknown
PI = Principal Investigator | Co-I = Co-Investigator | Co-PI = Co-Principal Investigator