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  • Detmar Straub

    A Regents’ Professor of the University System of Georgia, Detmar Straub is also the J. Mack Robinson Distinguished Professor of Information Systems at Georgia State University.  He has conducted research in the areas of computer security, Net-enhanced organizations (e-Commerce), technological innovation, international IT studies, and IS research methods.  He holds a DBA (Doctor of Business Administration) in MIS from Indiana and a PhD in English from Penn State.  Detmar has 175 plus publications in journals such as MIS Quarterly, Management Science, Information Systems Research, Journal of MIS, Journal of AIS, Decision Sciences Journal, Organization Science, European Journal of Information Systems (EJIS), Communications of the ACM, Information & Management, Communications of the AIS, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, DATA BASE, OMEGA, Academy of Management Executive, and Sloan Management Review. Detmar is currently Editor-in-Chief of MIS Quarterly (term runs to December 2012), a former Senior Editor for Information Systems Research and Journal of the AIS, and former Co-Editor of DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems. Former VP of Publications for the Association of Information Systems (AIS), he has held roles as co-program chair for AMCIS and ICIS and was inducted as an AIS fellow in 2005. He is the 2008 winner of the Alumni Distinguished Professor Award at Georgia State University, given annually for high achievement in research, teaching and service in a faculty of 1,050 persons.  He will serve as co-chair of ICIS in Auckland, New Zealand in 2014.