Ali DashtiJanuary 27, 2023 2023-01-27 20:53
- PhD, MIS, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada
- MBA-CIS, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
- B.S., Petroleum Engineering, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, USA
Dr. Ali Dashti joined Kuwait University in 2001. He spent 2 years in Georgia State University where he obtained his MBA with concentration in Computer Information Systems. He then joined University of British Columbia where he obtained his PhD in 2010. Dr. Dashti has been part of part of Kuwait University College of Business Administration faculty members since 2010.
Expertise and Research Interests
- Behavioral research
- Focus Groups
- Online trust
- E-government and E-commerce
- Al-Rafee, S., and Dashti, A. (2012). “A Cross Cultural Comparison of the Extended TPB: The Case of Digital Piracy,” Journal of Global Information Technology Management (15:1)
- ISOM130 COMP-BASED BUS.PROB.SOLV.
- ISOM210 PRIN.OF PROD.&OPER.MANAG.
- ISOM240 INTROD.TO INFO. SYSTEMS
- ISOM331 INFO.SYST.DEVELOP. METH.
- ISOM351 INTR. TO ELECT.COMMERCE
- ISOM352 MANAGEMENT SUPPORT SYST.
- ISOM353 INTEGRATED INFO.SYST.
- ISOM354 IS PROJECT MANAGEMENT
- ISOM450 GLOBAL ISS.IN ELECT. COMM.
- ISOM492 SPECIAL TOPICS IN ISF
- PA530 E.GOVERNMENT
- Dashti, A., Benbasat, I. and Burton-Jones, A. (2009). ‘Developing Trust Reciprocity in Electronic Government: The Role of Felt Trust’. EMCIS 2009, Turkey (conference best paper award)
- Dashti, A., Benbasat, I., Burton-Jones, A. (2010). “Trust, Felt Trust, and E-Government Adoption: A Theoretical Perspective,” Proceedings of JAIS Theory Development Workshop. ICIS 2010 SaInt Luis, Missouri, USA
- Dashti, A., Benbasat, I., and Al-Natour, S. (2008). “Trust Reciprocity: The Impact of Citizens’ Felt Trust on Adoption of e-Government,” EURAM 2008 8th Annual Conference: Managing Diversity: European Destiny and Hope, Ljubljana and Bled, Slovenia.