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.
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
Professor Paul Pavlou assesses the state of research on information privacy and applies an integrative perspective to propose new research directions in a forthcoming article. The new directions include improving the tools to implement privacy, creating measures of privacy that incorporate multiple levels of thinking and analysis, and identifying strategies and concepts that influence willingness to share information.
The article proposes a multi-disciplinary approach to future research that goes beyond definitions and individual beliefs and addresses important outcomes such as business value, information assurance and risk, standards, and how privacy influences and changes marketing and transactional relationships between firms and customers.
The article titled “State of the Information Systems Literature on Information Privacy: Where Are We Now and Where Should We Go” has been accepted for publication in Management Information Systems Quarterly (MISQ).