- Track Chairs
University of Oslo
University of Georgia
- Track Description
We seek panels that engage the audience by addressing thought-provoking or controversial ideas. Panel sessions should bring together researchers with insightful views and different perspectives on the topic. As this is the first time ICIS will be in Asia, we are particularly interested in panels that address similarities and differences between the East and the West.
Panels should explicitly build understanding so that the audience leaves with a deeper view of the selected topic.
- Articulate the overall theme and goals of the panel.
- Identify the panelists and make clear how each panelist's perspective contributes to the overall panel and the development of a broad and diverse understanding of the topic.
- Explain the format of the panel. Panelists must present multiple views and divergent perspectives are encouraged. As audience participation can contribute to the value a panel creates, panelists should not present short papers
- Associate Editors
- Bendik Bygstad, Norwegian School of IT, Norway
- Jannis Kallinikos, London School of Economics, UK
- Séamas Kelly, University College Dublin, Ireland
- Wayne Huang, Xi'an Jioatong University, China, and Ohio University, USA
- Jiro Kokuryo, Keio University, Japan
- Li Yan, ESSEC, France and Singapore
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