As internationally and nationally recognized experts in their fields of study, Fox MIS faculty connect teaching and research, industry and academia, real-world experience, and theoretical constructs. The research is applied, reflects our integrative focus, and is published in premier outlets such as Management Information Systems Quarterly and Information Systems Research.
The vision of FoxMIS is to be a worldwide leader in transformative research and teaching on the design, use, and effects of information technology in a digital world. The research mission is to produce knowledge that fundamentally transforms the design and use of information technology by integrating multi-disciplinary perspectives.
- FoxMIS faculty ranked number 3 in the world for research in 2011
- FoxMIS faculty ranked number 1 in the world for research in 2010
- The Chronicle of Higher Education ranked Fox MIS in the top 10 for research in 2007-2008
- Paul Pavlou ranked number 1 in the world for research for 2011!
- Youngjin Yoo ranked number 1 in the world research for 2010!
Areas of expertise
Integrating IT and business strategy
- Impact of IT Investments on Firm Performance
- Dynamic and Improvisational Capabilities
- Role of Education in Firm Innovation
- IT Design and IT Innovation
- ERP Implementation in Large Firms
- Ideal CIO Reporting Structure
- Open Product Sourcing
- Owning versus Renting IT
E-Commerce and online product reviews
- Do Online Product Reviews Predict Sales?
- What makes Online Product Reviews Helpful?
- What are the Biases in Online Product Reviews?
- Product Uncertainty in Online Markets
- Product Recommendation Systems
- Trust in Electronic Commerce
- Virtual teams
Online social networks
- Social Networking in Organizations
- Online Social Networks in Elections and Politics
- Informal/Emergent Leadership in Social Networks
- Social Media in Networking Websites
- Media use in Politics
- Social Media Strategy
- Media Integration and Convergence
- Wireless Communications and Business
- Privacy and Security
- Information overload and visualization
- Neuroscience in IS Research
- Neural Decision Making
- Trust and Personalization