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I am an assistant professor at Michigan State University in the Department of Telecommunication, Information Studies, and Media. My primary research area is on the economics and policy of using information networks for economic growth, with a particular emphasis on using complex adaptive systems and agent-based models to study the mechanisms and impacts of ICT investments. I teach courses on telecom management and network infrastructure. Much of my time is dedicated to administering a series of three BTOP grants totaling $12 million to increase broadband access and adoption. My PhD is from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. I also have a BS in Computer Science from Hope College.
Lampe, C., LaRose, R., Steinfield, C., and DeMaagd, K. (2011) Inherent barriers to the use of social media for public policy informatics. The Innovation Journal, 16(1).
DeMaagd, K. and Bauer, J. (2010). Modeling the Dynamic Interactions of Agents in the Provision of Network Infrastructure. Information Systems Frontiers. DOI: 10.1007/s10796-010-9244-2
DeMaagd, K., S. Moore (2007). Computational Modeling of City Formation. Journal of Computational Economics. 30(1), 41-56.
Wu, H., M. Gordon, K. DeMaagd, W Fan. (2006). Mining Web Navigations for Intelligence. Decision Support Systems, 41(3), 547-591.