Zhi (Aaron) ChengDoctoral Student and Research Assistant Department of Management Information Systems Fox School of Business, Temple University Speakman Hall 201F 1810 North 13th Street E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Please connect me on LinkedIn or Facebook.
Zhi (Aaron) Cheng is a doctoral student on the concentration of Management Information Systems (MIS) at Fox School of Business, Temple University. He is currently the vice president for Fox School Doctoral Student Association. He is also one of the competitive recipients of Presidential Fellowships, the most prestigious university wide award for graduate students in Temple. He works with Dr. Paul A. Pavlou on various research fields of Information systems as a research assistant since August 2014.
Prior to joining in FOX MIS, Aaron completed all of his coursework in advance in an esteemed Master-PhD Program at School of Business, Renmin University of China (RUC), and received his master degree in management science and engineering in Summer 2015. In 2012, He received his B.A. in Management from University of International Relations, an elite and compact Liberal Arts College, where he started his study in MIS and his dream to be a great scholar.
His research interests lie in economics of information technology (IT), IT and public policy, societal impact of IT ((on public health, education, transportation, and etc.), by using various quantitative methods (econometrics, machine learning and field experiment). He has his research accepted and presented at prestigious conferences including the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), American Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), INFORMS Annual Meeting, Conference on Information System & Technology (CIST), Statistical Challenges in e-Commerce Research (SCECR), and etc.
His paper with professor Paul A. Pavlou and Angelika Dimoka, titled “Context may be King, but Generalizability is the Emperor!”, is recently accepted for publication in Journal of Information Technology (JIT), a JVC A- journal.