Emergence of Power Laws in Online Communities: The Role of Social Mechanisms and Preferential Attachment

Steven L. Johnson, Samer Faraj and Srinivas Kudaravalli (forthcoming). “Emergence of Power Laws in Online Communities: The Role of Social Mechanisms and Preferential Attachment,” MIS Quarterly.

Emergence of Power Laws in Online Communities: The Role of Social Mechanisms and Preferential Attachment

Steven L. Johnson, Samer Faraj and Srinivas Kudaravalli (forthcoming). “Emergence of Power Laws in Online Communities: The Role of Social Mechanisms and Preferential Attachment,” MIS Quarterly.

Reimagining the Higher Education Experience as a Socially-Enabled Complex Adaptive System

Munir Mandviwalla and David Schuff. (2014). Reimagining the Higher Education Experience as a Socially-Enabled Complex Adaptive System, Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS – 47), January 6-9, 2014. Click here to download the paper. Nominated for Best Paper.

Is That All There Is? Taking Education to New Levels in the Social Media Era

Mandviwalla, M., Schuff, D., Chacko, M. and Miller, L. (2013). Is That All There Is? Taking Education to New Levels in the Social Media Era. Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning. Vol. 45-5, pp-51-58. Click here to view the article.

Moving From Access to Use of the Information Infrastructure: A Multi-level Socio-Technical Framework

Racherla, P., and Mandviwalla, M. (forthcoming). Moving From Access to Use of the Information Infrastructure: A Multi-level Socio-Technical Framework. Accepted for publication in Information Systems Research, 2013. Click here to download the paper.

Network Exchange Patterns in Online Communities

Faraj, S. and S.L. Johnson (2012). Network Exchange Patterns in Online Communities. Organization Science. November/December 2011 22:1464-1480; published online before print December 29, 2010. DOI: 10.1287/orsc.1100.0600

Making capital out of chaos: Social media strategy

Mandviwalla, M. Making capital out of chaos: Social media strategy. Society for Information Management – Advanced Practices Council Report (SIM APC), October 2012. Click here to download the abstract.

Leadership in the Face of Technological Discontinuities: The Transformation of EarthColor

Agarwal, Ritu; Johnson, Steven L.; and Lucas, Henry C. (2011) “Leadership in the Face of Technological Discontinuities: The Transformation of EarthColor,” Communications of the Association for Information Systems: Vol. 29, Article 33.
Available at: http://aisel.aisnet.org/cais/vol29/iss1/33

Leadership in the Face of Technological Discontinuities: The Transformation of EarthColor

Agarwal, R., S. L. Johnson and Hank Lucas (forthcoming). Leadership in the Face of Technological Discontinuities: The Transformation of EarthColor. Communications of the Association for Information Systems.

New Directions in Online Community Research Panel

Steven L. Johnson, Brian Butler, Samer Faraj, Sirka Jarvanpaa, Jerry Kane, Srinivas Kudaravalli, “New Directions in Online Community Research,” International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2010), December 2010, St. Louis, Missouri.

IT-enabled Knowledge Management in Healthcare Delivery: The Case of Emergency Care

Maryam Alavi, Steven L. Johnson, Youngjin Yoo, and Terry Willey, “IT-enabled Knowledge Management in Healthcare Delivery: The Case of Emergency Care,” International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2010), December 2010, St. Louis, Missouri.

Should I Stay or Should I Go? Continued Participation Intentions in Online Communities (Best Paper Proceedings)

Johnson, S.L. (2010). Should I Stay or Should I Go? Continued Participation Intentions in Online Communities. In Leslie A. Toombs (Ed.), Proceedings of the Seventieth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (CD), ISSN 1543-8643.

Should I Stay or Should I Go? Continued Participation Intentions in Online Communities (Conf. Presentation)

Steven L. Johnson, “Should I Stay or Should I Go? Continued Participation Intentions in Online Communities,” Academy of Management (AOM 2010), August 2010, Montreal, Canada.

Web 2.0 and Politics: The 2008 U.S. Presidential Election and an E-Politics Research Agenda

Wattal, S., Schuff, D., Mandviwalla, M., Williams, C. B. (2010). Web 2.0 and Politics:  The 2008 U.S. Presidential Election and an E-Politics Research Agenda. Management Information Systems Quarterly (MISQ). Volume 34, Number 4, December 2010, pp. 669-688.

Factors Affecting Consumers Trust in Online Product Reviews

Racherla, P., Mandviwalla, M., & Connolly, D. (2012). Factors Affecting Consumers’ Trust in Online Product Reviews. Journal of Consumer Behavior, Vol 11, Issue 2, 94-104, March/April, 2012.

Network Externalities and Technology Use: A Quantitative Analysis of Intraorganizational Blogs

Wattal, S., Racherla, P., and Mandviwalla, M. (2010). Network Externalities and Technology Use: A Quantitative Analysis of Intraorganizational Blogs. Journal of Management Information Systems,
Vol. 27, Issue 1, Summer, 2010, 145 – 174. Previously published in Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-42). January, 2009. Nominated for best paper.

What Does Universal Access Mean?

Racherla, P., and Mandviwalla, M. (2008). What Does Universal Access Mean? JAIS Theory Development Workshop, Paris, December 13, 2008.

Improving the peer review process with information technology

Mandviwalla, M., Patnayakuni, R., and D. Schuff (2008). Improving the peer review process with information technology. Decision Support Systems, vol. 46, issue 1, December 2008, 29-40.

Does the Internet matter?

Wattal, S., Schuff, D., Mandviwalla, M. (2008). Does the Internet matter? A study of the 2008 presidential primaries. The IBIT Report.

Wireless 1.0

Mandviwalla, M. Jain, A., Weinberg, P. (2008). Wireless 1.0. The IBIT Report.