- PhD in Information Systems, Goizueta Business School, Emory University
- MS Industrial Engineering, Fulton Schools of Engineering, Arizona State University
- BS Industrial Engineering, KNT University of Technology
- recommender systems
- Human-AI interaction
- online user behavior
- experimental design
- empirical modeling
- machine learning
Nasim is an assistant professor of Computer Information Systems at J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University. Her research primarily focuses on how digital platforms can leverage technologies to enhance business outcomes and how these technologies impact consumer behavior. For her studies, Nasim employs a variety of methods, such as randomized lab and field experiments, econometric models, causal inference, and machine learning models.
Nasim’s research has appeared in peer-reviewed journals and conferences, including Information Systems Research (ISR), Production and Operations Management (POM), Conference on Information Systems and Technology (CIST), Conference on Digital Experimentation (CODE) @ MIT, and International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).
Nasim received her Ph.D. in Information Systems from Emory University, Goizueta Business School. Prior to joining the Ph.D. program, Nasim worked as a Data Scientist in the logistics industry. She received her master's degree in Industrial Engineering from Arizona State University and her bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering from KNT University of Technology.
- "The Decoy Effect and Recommendation Systems," (with Adamopoulos, P., & Bockstedt, J.). Information Systems Research.
- "Are Dealers Still Relevant? How Dealer Service Quality Impacts Manufacturer Success" (with Golara, S., & Dooley, K.J.). Production and Operations Management.