Andrew Hardin

Professor of Management, Entrepreneurship and Technology
Expertise: Information technology management and strategy, Virtual teams, Virtual worlds, Financial decision support systems


UNLV Lee Business School professor Andrew Hardin is an expert on technology management, and information technology innovation. His research focuses on virtual collaboration, financial decision support systems, and research methodologies.

Hardin's work has appeared in journals such as Management Science, MIS Quarterly, Journal of Management Information Systems, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Psychological Methods, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, European Journal of Information Systems, Information Systems Journal, DATABASE for Advances in Information Systems, Group Decision and Negotiations, Small Group Research, and Educational and Psychological Measurement. Hardin serves or has served as senior editor three of the top eight information systems industry journals. He was the UNLV Lee Business School researcher of the year in 2009 and 2011.


  • B.S., Business Administration (MIS), California State University
  • M.B.A., California State University
  • Ph.D., Business Administration (MIS), Washington State University

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UNLV received a $250,000 grant to bolster its business-development efforts over the next three years.

Articles Featuring Andrew Hardin

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Business and Community | February 8, 2016

A three-year National Science Foundation grant will strengthen commercialization efforts at UNLV through a new university-wide entrepreneurship development program.

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Research | June 19, 2014

UNLV research, a new FAA designation, and state economic development efforts offer clear skies for Nevada’s growing drone industry.

Business and Community | May 19, 2014

UNLV engineering students launch their drone company with help from across campus.