Professor Youngjin Yoo and colleagues received the “Best Paper” award for their article “Digital Technology and the Variation in Design Routines: A Sequence Analysis of Four Design Processes” at the 2011 International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Shanghai, China, December 4-7, 2011.
Gordon Burtch, Yang Yang, Sunil Wattal, Pei-yu Chen, Paul Pavlou, and Youngjin Yoo to present at ICIS 2011
Fox School MIS faculty and doctoral students to present their research at the 2011 International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Shanghai, China, December 4-7, 2011.
Human Capital of IT Professionals: A Research Agenda
Soon Ang; Rajiv Banker; Ravi Bapna; Sandra Slaughter; Sunil Wattal (Chair)
Digital Technology and the Variation in Design Routines: A Sequence Analysis of Four Design Processes
(Nominated for best paper)
James Gaskin; Veeresh Thummadi; Kalle Lyytinen; Youngjin Yoo
Herding Behavior as a Network Externality
Nurturing Sales Entrepreneurship in Consumer-to-Consumer Marketplaces
Carol Ou; Wing Sze Poon; Paul Pavlou; Robert Davison
The Association of Management Information Systems (AMIS) was inducted as the first and founding student chapter of the Association for Information Systems (AIS). In recognition of the contribution of the Fox MIS community in leading the formation of student chapters, AMIS was the first chapter to be inducted into AIS at a special ceremony on December 16, 2009, in Phoenix, Arizona as part of the International Conference on Information Systems.
MIS doctoral students, Fang-Chun Liu, Doug Schutz, Yang Yang all received separate acceptances to present their research at the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Phoenix, December 2009. ICIS is the premier conference in information systems with an acceptance rate of 10-12%. The three papers are:
- Fang-Chun Liu, Business Value of IT in Commercial Banks, together with Rajiv Banker, Pei-Yu Chen, and Chin-Shyh Ou
- Doug Schutz, An Empirical Investigation on The Role of IT Materiality in Multidisciplinary Innovation, together with Yong-Young Kim, Youngjin Yoo, and Paul Pavlou
- Yang Yang, Open Innovation: An Empirical Study of Online Contests, together with Pei-Yu Chen and Paul Pavlou