Sundeep Sahay

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The focus of my work, pursued in external projects and published academically, has been on the design, development, integration, use and sustainability of health information architectures in developing countries, with a primary focus in the Indian public health system. Further, a focus is to create organizational models which can provide technical support and make systems sustainable and scalable in various countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America.

My academic work is empirically grounded primarily within an action research framework working closely with public health managers, policy makers, health programme managers and field level health functionaries. I have an extensive experience with management of research projects involving partners from universities, public health sector, and also running an NGO. Currently I am supervising 10 PhD students and was principal supervisor for more than 10 PhD students in the past.

Key areas of interest:

  • Integrated health information architectures within a social systems perspective
  • Standardization processes of technology and work practices in public health
  • Integration strategies for portfolios of health information systems and the underlying platforms such as web based, offline, paper, and mobile based
  • Processes of institutionalization of health information systems and related processes
  • Enabling processes of networking within south-south-north universities, researchers, and practitioners
  • Building capacity around free and open source software applications for the public health sector within the domain of developing countries

Some concrete findings from my research over the years have been:

Integration as a political challenge
Historically, in India and in most other countries, health programme data are reported through channels independent of the routine district systems. This creates various duplications, overlaps and also gaps. In the action perspective we have, we approach the integration challenge in a gradual and incremental manner in firstly designing integrated formats, participating in orienting and training to these forms in a manner where the institutional legacies are gradually addressed. Political aspects of integration are notoriously hard to overcome, even when technical solutions are available.

Scaling is more than about numbers
Scaling has often been treated as a mechanical exercise of about increasing numbers and geography. My empirical engagement over the years points to the learning that scaling should be treated as scaling of design principles and processes, rather than of boxes. A guiding principle here is scaling is most about managing complexity. Scaling is an ongoing process because as the systems and use scales, user demands and needs also expand. There must be then processes in place where there is a clear, iterative and agile process of managing design, development and use where scaling is inbuilt not an afterthought.

An architecture approach provides a basis for “good design”
A health information architecture should not be viewed as an end-solution – as there is nothing like a perfect architecture – and should merely be seen as an approach to manage complexity. An architecture should be regarded as a process tool, which at any point would represent the current understanding and knowledge, which by definition will be inadequate and incomplete, and while at the same time should enable the incorporation of new developments. The point of departure, thus, is to conceptualize architecture as a verb – a collective; always in the making - rather than a noun; representing an end solution. The concept of architecture provides a map or compass and a form of direction for “good” design of the overall integrated HIA, as well as, the phased implementation of its various sub-systems.

The fundamental importance of a social systems perspective to health information systems
The health system comprises of many thousands of health workers, engaged in routine collecting, registering, collating, and reporting of data in a large number of formats. Data and information are analyzed and used in a variety of ways by different people, to make informed decisions and to improve health services delivery. These represent “good” ways of applying information, or to only collect data to legitimate various positions, as some would claim. Since HISs are deeply embedded in the socially shaped work practices of staff in the health system, they can be seen as being barely separable from the social context of which, they are a part. Seen from this perspective, HIS are conceptualized as “human activity systems,” involving multiple activities around the HIS, constituting important parts of the institutional structures in health organizations. Such routine work and repetitive activities across time and space have regularizing consequences, including unintended ones by those engaged in the activities.


Selected publications

Braa, Jørn and Sahay, Sundeep (2012). Integrated health information architecture: power for the users : design development and use. New Dehli : Matrix Publishing. ISBN: 978-93-81320-06-8

Braa, Jørn; Heywood, Arthur; Sahay, Sundeep (2012) Improving quality and use of data through data-use workshops: Zanzibar's experience. Bulletin of the World Health Organization. Volume 90, 5, pp. 376-381.

Braa, Jørn; Monteiro, Eric; Sahay, Sundeep. (2004). Networks of action: sustainable health information systems across developing countries. Management Information Systems Quarterly, 28, 3, pp. 337-362

Sahay, Sundeep, Nicholson, Brian, Krishna, Srinavas. (2003) Global IT Outsourcing: Software Development Across Borders, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

Walsham, Geoff and Sahay, Sundeep. (1998). GIS technology for district administration in India: some problems and opportunities, MIS Quarterly, 23, 1, pp. 39-66

Sahay, Sundeep. (1997). Information systems in organizations: A time-space perspective. Organization Studies, 18, 2, pp. 229-260

Robey, Daniel and Sahay, Sundeep. (1996). Transforming work through information technology: A comparative case study of geographic information systems in county government. Information Systems Research, 7, 1, pp. 93-110

Sahay, Sundeep. and Robey, Daniel. (1996). Organizational context, social interpretation, and the implementation and Consequences of Geographic Information Systems. Accounting, Management and Information Technologies, 6, 4, pp. 255-282

Publications

  • Sahay, Sundeep; Nielsen, Petter & Latifov, Murodillo Abdusamadovich (2018). Grand challenges of public health: How can health information systems support facing them?. Health Policy and Technology.  ISSN 2211-8837.
  • Braa, Jørn; Sahay, Sundeep; Lewis, John & Senyoni, Wilfred (2017). Health information systems in Indonesia: Understanding and addressing complexity. IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology.  ISSN 1868-4238.  504, s 59- 70 . doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-59111-7_6
  • Sahay, Sundeep & Hewapathirana, Roshan (2017). Open source adoption in health sector: Understanding the stakeholder relationships in a resource constrained setting. Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries.  ISSN 1681-4835.  81(1), s 1- 21
  • Sahay, Sundeep & Mukherjee, Arunima Sehgal (2017). Self-reinforcing linkages between value and local ownership: Rethinking sustainability of ICT4D project. IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology.  ISSN 1868-4238.  504, s 487- 497 . doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-59111-7_40
  • Sahay, Sundeep & Walsham, Geoff (2017). Information Technology, Innovation and Human Development: Hospital Information Systems in an Indian State. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities.  ISSN 1945-2829.  18(2), s 275- 292 . doi: 10.1080/19452829.2016.1270913
  • Sahay, Sundeep (2016). Are we building a better world with ICTs? Empirically examining this question in the domain of public health in India. Information Technology for Development.  ISSN 0268-1102.  22(1), s 168- 176 . doi: 10.1080/02681102.2014.933522
  • Sahay, Sundeep (2016). Big data and public health: Challenges and opportunities for low and middle income countries. Communications of the Association for Information Systems.  ISSN 1529-3181.  39(1), s 419- 438
  • Mekonnen, Selamawit; Sahay, Sundeep & Lewis, John (2015). Understanding the Role of Social Capital in Integrating Health Information Systems. Journal of Health Informatics in Developing Countries.  ISSN 1178-4407.  9(2), s 40- 54
  • Aanestad, Margunn; Jolliffe, Bo; Mukherjee, Arunima Sehgal & Sahay, Sundeep (2014). Infrastructuring Work: Building a State-Wide Hospital Information Infrastructure in India. Information systems research.  ISSN 1047-7047.  25(4), s 834- 845 . doi: 10.1287/isre.2014.0557
  • Latifov, Murodillo Abdusamadovich & Sahay, Sundeep (2013). Challenges in Moving to "Health Information for Action": An Infrastructural Perspective From a Case Study in Tajikistan. Information Technology for Development.  ISSN 0268-1102.  19(3), s 215- 229 . doi: 10.1080/02681102.2012.751575
  • Sahay, Sundeep; Sæbø, Johan Ivar & Braa, Jørn (2013). Scaling of HIS in a global context: Same, same, but different. Information and organization.  ISSN 1471-7727.  23(4), s 294- 323 . doi: 10.1016/j.infoandorg.2013.08.002
  • Braa, Jørn; Heywood, Arthur Brookes & Sahay, Sundeep (2012). Improving quality and use of data through data-use workshops:. Zanzibar, United Republic of Tanzania. Bulletin of the World Health Organization.  ISSN 0042-9686.  90(5), s 379- 384 . doi: 10.2471/BLT.11.099580
  • Braa, Jørn & Sahay, Sundeep (2012). Health Information Systems Program: Participatory design within the HISP network, In Simonsen Jesper & Toni Robertson (ed.),  Routledge International Handbook of Participatory Design.  Routledge.  ISBN 978-0-415-69440-7.  10.  s 235 - 257
  • Latifov, Murodillo Abdusamadovich & Sahay, Sundeep (2012). Data Warehouse Approach to Strengthen Actionability of HIS: Experiences from Tajikistan. Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries.  ISSN 1681-4835.  53(4), s 1- 19 Show summary
  • Mukherjee, Arunima Sehgal; Aanestad, Margunn & Sahay, Sundeep (2012). Judicious design of electronic health records: Case from public health system in India. Health Policy and Technology.  ISSN 2211-8837.  1(1), s 22- 27 . doi: 10.1016/j.hlpt.2012.01.006
  • Sahay, Sundeep & Lewis, John (2010). Strengthening Metis Around Routine Health Information Systems in Developing Countries. Information Technologies and International Development.  ISSN 1544-7529.  6(3), s 67- 87 Show summary
  • Sahay, Sundeep; Sæbø, Johan Ivar; Mekonnen, Selamawit & Gizaw, Abyot Asalefew (2010). Interplay of Institutional Logics and Implications for Deinstitutionalization: Case Study of HMIS Implementation in Tajikistan. Information Technologies and International Development.  ISSN 1544-7529.  6(3), s 19- 32
  • Nicholson, Brian & Sahay, Sundeep (2009). Deinstitutionalization in the context of software exports policymaking in Costa Rica. JIT. Journal of information technology (Print).  ISSN 0268-3962.  24(4), s 332- 342 . doi: 10.1057/jit.2009.18 Show summary
  • Puri, Satish Kumar; Sahay, Sundeep & Lewis, John (2009). Building participatory HIS networks: A case study from Kerala, India. Information and organization.  ISSN 1471-7727.  19(2), s 63- 83 Show summary
  • Sahay, Sundeep; Monteiro, Eric & Aanestad, M (2009). Configurable politics and asymmetric integration: health eInfrastructtures in India. Journal of the AIS.  ISSN 1536-9323.  10(5), s 399- 414
  • Sahay, Sundeep; Monteiro, Eric & Aanestad, M (2009). Towards a Political Perspective of Integration in IS Research: the case of Health Information Systems in India. Information Technology for Development.  ISSN 0268-1102.  15(2), s 83- 94
  • Sahay, Sundeep; Monteiro, Eric & Aanestad, Margunn (2009). Toward a Political Perspective of Integration in Information Systems Research: The Case of Health Information Systems in India. Information Technology for Development.  ISSN 0268-1102.  15(2), s 83- 94 Show summary
  • Mekonnen, Selamarit & Sahay, Sundeep (2008). An institutional analysis on the dynamics of the interaction between standardizing and scaling processes: a case study from Ethiopia. European Journal of Information Systems.  ISSN 0960-085X.  17(3), s 279- 289 . doi: 10.1057/ejis.2008.17
  • Nicholson, Brian & Sahay, Sundeep (2008). Human resource development policy in the context of software exports: case evidence from Costa Rica. Progress in Development Studies.  ISSN 1464-9934.  8(2), s 163- 176
  • Byrne, Elaine & Sahay, Sundeep (2007). Generalizations from an interpretative study: the case from a South African community-based health information system. South African Computer Journal.  ISSN 1015-7999.  38, s 8- 20
  • Byrne, Elaine & Sahay, Sundeep (2007). Participatory design for social development: A South African case study on community-based health information systems. Information Technology for Development.  ISSN 0268-1102.  13(1), s 71- 94
  • D Mello, Marisa & Sahay, Sundeep (2007). “I am kind of a nomad where I have to go places and places”, Understanding mobility, place and identity in global software work from India. Information and organization.  ISSN 1471-7727.  (3), s 162- 192
  • Georgiadou, Yola; Bernhard, Lars & Sahay, Sundeep (2007). Implementation of spatial data infrastructures in transitional economies – Part II. Information Technology for Development.  ISSN 0268-1102.  13, s 1- 6
  • Jani, Jagrati Vinodrai; Jani, Ilesh V.; Barreto, Jorge & Sahay, Sundeep (2007). The role of recorded and verbal information in health information systems: A case study of the Expanded Program on Immunization in Mozambique. Ethiopian Journal of Health Development.  ISSN 1021-6790.  21(2)
  • Kimaro, Honest Christopher & Sahay, Sundeep (2007). An institutional perspective on the process of decentralization of health information systems: A case study from Tanzania. Information Technology for Development.  ISSN 0268-1102.  13(4), s 363- 390
  • Madon, S; Sahay, Sundeep & Sudan, R (2007). E-government policy and health information systems implementation in Andhra Pradesh, India: Need for articulation of linkages between the macro and the micro. The Information Society.  ISSN 0197-2243.  23, s 327- 344 . doi: 10.1080/01972240701572764
  • Puri, Satish Kumar & Sahay, Sundeep (2007). Role of ICTs in Participatory Development: An Indian Experience. Information Technology for Development.  ISSN 0268-1102.  13, s 133- 160
  • Byrne, E & Sahay, Sundeep (2006). Community-based health information systems: implications for participation. Information Technology for Development.  ISSN 0268-1102.
  • Georgiadou, Y.; Bernard, L. & Sahay, Sundeep (2006). Implementation of Spatial Data Infrastructures in Transitional Economies – Part I. Information Technology for Development.  ISSN 0268-1102.  12(4)
  • Georgiadou, Yola; Puri, Satish Kumari & Sahay, Sundeep (2006). The Rainbow Metaphor: Spatial Data Infrastructure Organization and Implementation in India. International Studies of Management and Organisation.  ISSN 0020-8825.  35(4)
  • Jani, Jagrati Vinodrai; Jani, I.V; Arajo, C; Sahay, Sundeep; Bareto, J & Bjune, Gunnar Aksel (2006). Assessment of routine surveillance data as a tool to investigate measles outbreaks in Mozambique. BMC Infectious Diseases.  ISSN 1471-2334.  6
  • Nicholson, B. & Sahay, Sundeep (2006). Knowledge management and offshore software development, In R.A. Hirschheim; A. Heinzl & J Dibbern (ed.),  Information Systems Outsourcing: Enduring Themes, New Perspectives and Global Challenges. 2nd Ed.  Springer.  ISBN 3540348751.  Kapittel.
  • Piotti, P.; Chilundo, Baltazar & Sahay, Sundeep (2006). An Institutional Perspective on Health Sector Reforms and the Process of Reframing Health Information Systems: Case Study From Mozambique. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science.  ISSN 0021-8863.  42, s 91- 109
  • Raghevndra, R.C. & Sahay, Sundeep (2006). Computer-based health information systems - projects for computerization or health management?: Empirical experiences from India, In M Gasco; F Equiza & M Acevedo (ed.),  Information and communication technologies and human development: Opportunities and challenges.  Idea Group Publishing.  ISBN 1-59904-057-3.  11.
  • Ranjini, C.R. & Sahay, Sundeep (2006). Computer-based Health Information Systems: Projects for Computerization or Health Management? Empirical Experiences from India, In Mila Gasco-Hernandez; Fran Equiza-Lopez & Manuel Acevedo-Ruiz (ed.),  Information Communication Technologies and Human Developement; Opportunities and Challenges.  Idea Group Publishing.  ISBN 1599040573.  Kapittel.  s 266 - 292
  • Sahay, Sundeep & Walsham, Geoff (2006). Research on IS in Developing Countries: Current Landscape and Future Prospects. Information Technology for Development.  ISSN 0268-1102.
  • Sahay, Sundeep & Walsham, Geoff (2006). Scaling of health information systems in India: challenges and approaches. Information Technology for Development.  ISSN 0268-1102.  12(3), s 185- 200
  • Chilundo, Baltazar & Sahay, Sundeep (2005). HIV/AIDS reporting systems in Mozambique: The theoretical and empirical challenges of “representations”. Information Technology for Development.  ISSN 0268-1102.  s 245- 273
  • Georgiadou, Yola; Puri, Satish & Sahay, Sundeep (2005). Reflecting on National Spatial Data Infrastructure implementation in India: The need for social-technical approaches. IFIP International Federation for Information Processing.  ISSN 1571-5736.
  • Georgiadou, Yola; Puri, Satish & Sahay, Sundeep (2005). Towards a Potential Research Agenda to Guide the Implementation of Spatial Data Infrastructures - A Case Study from India. International Journal of Geographical Information Science.  ISSN 1365-8816.  19(10), s 1113- 1130
  • Mosse, Emilio & Sahay, Sundeep (2005). The role of communication practices in the strengthening of counter networks: case experiences from the health sector of Mozambique. Information Technology for Development.  ISSN 0268-1102.  s 207- 226
  • Sahay, Sundeep & Nhampossa, Jose Leopold (2005). Social construction of software customization: the case of health information systems from Mozambique and India. IFIP International Federation for Information Processing.  ISSN 1571-5736.
  • Sahay, Sundeep & Nicholson, Brian (2005). Human resource development in the context of software exports: Case evidence from Costa Rica. IFIP International Federation for Information Processing.  ISSN 1571-5736.
  • Imsland, Vegar & Sahay, Sundeep (2005). 'Negotiating knowledge' the case of a Russian-Norwegian software outsourcing project. Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems.  ISSN 0905-0167.  (Vol. 17, no. 1), s 101- 129
  • Beck, Eevi Elisabeth; Madon, Shirin & Sahay, Sundeep (2004). On the Margins of the "Information Society": A Comparative Study of Mediation. The Information Society.  ISSN 0197-2243.  20(4), s 279- 290 Show summary
  • Braa, Jørn; Monteiro, Erik & Sahay, Sundeep (2004). Networks of action: sustainable health information systems across developing countries. Management Information Systems Quarterly.  ISSN 0276-7783.  28(3), s 337-362- 362
  • Chilundo, Baltazar & Sahay, Sundeep (2004). Representing the phenomenon of HIV/AIDS in developing countries: a case study from Mozambique. Journal of Information Technology for Development.
  • Chilundo, Baltazar; Sahay, Sundeep & Sundby, Johanne (2004). The quality of HIV/AIDS case.detection and case reporting systems in Mozambique. African Journal of AIDS Research.  ISSN 1608-5906.  3(2), s 145- 155 Show summary
  • Madon, Shirin; Sahay, Sundeep & Sahay, Jyotsna (2004). Implementing property tax reforms in Bangalore: an actor network perspective. Information and organization.  ISSN 1471-7727.  14(4), s 269
  • Monteiro, Eric; Jørn, Braa & Sahay, Sundeep (2004). Networks of action: sustainable health information systems across developing countries. Management Information Systems Quarterly.  ISSN 0276-7783.  28(3), s 337- 362
  • Nicholson, Brian & Sahay, Sundeep (2004). Embedded knowledge and offshore software development. Information and organization.  ISSN 1471-7727.  14(4), s 329- 365
  • Sahay, Sundeep (2004). Beyond utopian and nostalgic views of information technology and education: Implications for Research and Practice. Journal of the AIS.  ISSN 1536-9323.  5(7)
  • Chilundo, Baltazar; Sahay, Sundeep & Sundby, Johanne (2004). An analysis of the effectiveness of the HIV/AIDS surveillance system: A case study from Mozambique. African Journal of AIDS Research.  ISSN 1608-5906.
  • Sahay, Sundeep & Sarker, Suprateek (2004). Implications of space and time for distributed work: an interpretive study of US-Norwegian systems development teams. European Journal of Information Systems.  ISSN 0960-085X.  13, s 3- 20
  • Walsham, Geoff; Sahay, Sundeep & Krishna, Srinivas (2004). Managing cross-cultural issues in global software outsourcing. Communications of the ACM.  ISSN 0001-0782.  47(4), s 62- 66
  • Sahay, Sundeep (2003). Global software alliances: The challenge of standardization. Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems.  ISSN 0905-0167.  15, s 3- 22

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  • Sabir, Uzma; Sahay, Sundeep & Bergersen, Gunnar R. (2017). Cross-border software development of health information system: A case study on project between India and Pakistan based on open source software.
  • Sahay, Sundeep; Sein, Maung Kyaw & Urquhart, Cathy (2017). Flipping the Context: ICT4D, the Next Grand Challenge for IS Research and Practice, Editorial, Special Issue: Information and Communication Technology for Development (ICT4D): The Next Grand Challenge for IS Research, JAIS, 18 (12).. Journal of the AIS.  ISSN 1536-9323.  18(12), s 837- 847 . doi: http://e-space.mmu.ac.uk/619806/
  • Nielsen, Petter; Sahay, Sundeep & Latifov, Murodillo Abdusamadovich (2015). Civil Registration and Vital Statistics: A Neglected area in Information Systems Research.
  • Siribaddana, Pandula Anilpriya & Sahay, Sundeep (2013). INTEGRATING BLENDED-LEARNING FOR HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMS TRAINING IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: TOWARDS A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK. Full text in Research Archive.
  • Sæbø, Johan Ivar & Sahay, Sundeep (2013). DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTIONS AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE –AN INSTITUTIONAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP PERSPECTIVE THROUGH A CASE STUDY OF PUBLIC HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES. Full text in Research Archive.
  • Braa, Jørn; Sahay, Sundeep; Kossi, Edem Kwame & Mbondji, Peter (2012). ECOWAS Health Information Systems Policy and Strategy Document.
  • Braa, Jørn; Sahay, Sundeep; Kossi, Edem Kwame & Mbondji, Peter (2012). Situation Assessment of Health Information Systems in the ECOWAS Region.
  • Gizaw, Abyot Asalefew; Mukherjee, Arunima Sehgal; Lewis, John & Sahay, Sundeep (2012). UNDERSTANDING DESIGN-USE INTERACTION: THE CASE OF NAME BASED HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEM IN INDIA.
  • Sæbø, Johan Ivar; Kossi, Edem Kwame; Sahay, Sundeep & Braa, Jørn (2012). A regional approach to Health Information Systems strengthening: Policies and capacity building in West Africa.
  • Latifov, Murodillo Abdusamadovich; Mukherjee, Arunima; Chakravarthy, Vasudha & Sahay, Sundeep (2011). PRACTICAL APPROACHES TO DESIGNING STANDARDS: THE CASE OF A DISTRICT HOSPITAL INFORMATION SYSTEM IN NORTHERN INDIA. Full text in Research Archive.
  • Saugene, Zeferino & Sahay, Sundeep (2011). THE CHALLENGE OF CUSTOMIZING GLOBAL OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE TO LOCAL COUNTRY CONTEXTS: THE CASE OF DHIS GIS FOR HEALTH MANAGEMENT.
  • Sæbø, Johan Ivar; Sahay, Sundeep; Braa, Jørn; Kossi, Edem Kwame & Settle, Dykki (2011). Networks of Networks - Collaborative Efforts to Develop Health Information Systems Across Developing Countries.
  • Sahay, Sundeep; Purkayastha, Saptarshi & Mukherjee, Arunima (2010). Exploring the potential and challenges of using mobile based technology in strengthening health information systems: Experiences from a pilot study. Show summary
  • C.R, Ranjini; Sahay, Sundeep & Lewis, John (2009). The Informational Challenge is Achieveing Maternal Mortality Goal MDG5: An Analysis From India. Show summary
  • Mekonnen, Selamawit; Sahay, Sundeep & Lewis, John (2009). The role of Social Capital in the Integration of Health Information Systems. Show summary
  • Sahay, Sundeep & Latifov, Murodillo Abdusamadovich (2009). The Data To Indicator (Mis)Match: Experiences From Trying To Strengthen This Link In The Health Information System In Tajikistan. Show summary
  • Sahay, Sundeep & Lewis, John (2009). Challenges and Approaches in Moving from Data to Information to Knowledge: Case Study from the Gujarat State Health System India. Show summary
  • Sæbø, Johan Ivar; Sahay, Sundeep; Mekonnen, Selamawit & Gizaw, Abyot Asalefew (2009). Interplay of Institutional logics and Implications for Deinstitutionalization: Case Study of HMIS Implementation in Tajikistan. Show summary
  • Sahay, Sundeep (2008). The Dynamics of Corruption and ICT projects:Case Study from the Public Health System in India, International Conference on Information Systems.
  • Braa, Jørn; Monteiro, Eric; Sahay, Sundeep; Staring, Knut & titlestad, ola (2007). Scaling up local learning – experiences from south-south-north networks of shared software development.
  • Braa, Jørn; Monteiro, Eric; Sahay, Sundeep; Staring, Knut & Titlestad, Ola Hodne (2007). Scaling up local learning – experiences from South-South-North networks of shared software development.
  • Sahay, Sundeep; Monteiro, Eric & Aanestad, M (2007). Towards a Political Perspective of Integration in IS Research: the case of Health Information Systems in India.
  • Sahay, Sundeep; Monteiro, Eric & Aanestad, Margunn (2007). Towards a Political Perspective of Integration in IS Research: the case of Health Information Systems in India.
  • Walsham, Geoff; Robey, D & Sahay, Sundeep (2007). Foreword: Special issue on information systems in developing countries. Management Information Systems Quarterly.  ISSN 0276-7783.  31
  • Dmello, Marisa; Hansen, K; Sahay, Sundeep & Syahrir, I (2005). We have only avoice”....Cross-Cultural Issues in Distributed Software Work: An Interpretative Case Study.
  • Georgiadou, Yola; Puri, Satish & Sahay, Sundeep (2005). Reflecting on National Spatial Data Infrastructure implementation in India: The need for socio-technical approaches.
  • Nhampossa, Jose Leopoldo & Sahay, Sundeep (2005). Social construction of software customization: the case of health information systems from Mozambique and India.
  • Nicholson, Brian & Sahay, Sundeep (2005). Human resource development in the context of software exports: Case evidence from Costa Rica.
  • Sahay, Sundeep & Walsham, Geoff (2005). Scaling of Health Information Systems in India: Challenges and approaches.
  • Sahay, Sundeep & Puri, Satish (2004). The politics of knowledge in using GIS for land management in India.
  • Sahay, Sundeep (2003). Book Review: Information Systems and Global Diversity, Oxford university Press,2002. Information Technology and People.  ISSN 0959-3845.  16(2), s 242- 245
  • Sahay, Sundeep & Byrne, E (2003). Health Information Systems for Primary Health Care: Thinking About Participation.
  • Sahay, Sundeep; Imsland, V & Wartiainen, Y (2003). Challenges and strategies for managing outsourcing relationship between Tieto Enetor and Arcadia,Russia.
  • Sahay, Sundeep; Imsland, V & Wartiainen, Y (2003). Key issues in Managing a Global Software Outsourcing relationship between a Norwegian and Russian firm: Some Practical Implications.
  • Sahay, Sundeep & Nicholson, Brian (2003). National Strategy for Enabling Software Exports from Costa Rica.

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