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Track 5: Economics and Value of Information Systems

  • Track Chairs
    Ming Fan
    University of Washington
    mfan@u.washington.edu
    Kevin Zhu
    UC San Diego
    kxzhu@ucsd.edu
    Pei-Yu Chen
    Temple University
    pychen@temple.edu
  • Track Description

    Information systems and technology not only play a pervasive role in the creation of new and innovative ways for supporting managerial decisions, designing business processes, transforming economic exchange, and reinvigorating organizational capabilities, but also enable the creation and delivery of new products and services. While the value-generating and transformative roles of IT are widely appreciated, not every aspect of the use and value of IT is fully understood. In addition, as IT brings about new opportunities for individuals and organizations, they also come with a set of challenges and questions in various emerging areas, such as social networks and virtual communities, open innovation and crowdsourcing, interorganizational information and knowledge sharing, information goods and digital marketplaces as well as cloud computing. Senior executives and managers in small enterprises and global organizations alike require the guidance of engaged scholars to provide pathways to organizational innovation and success in the marketplace through IT and to understand the value to the organization and society. This track invites theoretical and empirical submissions that leverage the multiple perspectives of economic theory and address important questions pertinent to the use of IT and its impact. It also encourages the application of research methods to enable our community to make headway on key business and social issues involving information, IS resources, and technological innovations.

  • Associate Editors

    • Sinan Aral, NYU, USA
    • Terry August, UC San Diego, USA
    • Jianqing Chen, University of Calgary, Canada
    • June Cheng, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China
    • Jason Dedrick, Syracuse University, USA
    • Wendy Duan, George Washington Universtiy, USA
    • Gordon Gao, University of Maryland, USA
    • Zhiling Guo, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA
    • Xianjun Geng, University of Texas, Dallas, USA
    • Bin Gu, University of Texas, Austin, USA
    • Jeffrey Hu, Purdue University, USA
    • Ke-Wei Huang, National University of Singapore, Singapore
    • Karthik Kannan, Purdue University, USA
    • Subodha Kumar, Texas A&M, USA
    • Atalu Lahiri, University of Washington, USA
    • Xinxin Li, University of Connecticut, USA
    • Charles Liu, UT San Antonio, USA
    • De Liu, University of Kentucky, USA
    • Nigel Melville, University of Michigan, USA
    • Marius Niculescu, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
    • Paul Pavlou, Temple University, USA
    • Ron Remirez, University of Colorado, Denver, USA
    • Raj Sharman, SUNY, Buffalo, USA
    • Param Vir Singh, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
    • Anjana Susarla, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
    • Ram Subramanyam, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA
    • Prasanna Tambe, NYU, USA
    • Sunil Wattal, Temple University, USA
    • DJ Wu, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
    • Mu Xia, Santa Clara University, USA
    • Sean Xu, Tsinghua University, China
    • Oliver Yao, Lehigh Universtiy, USA
    • Qiang Ye, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
    • Jennifer Zhang, University of Texas, Arlington, USA
    • John Zhang, University of Connecticut, USA
    • Michael Zhang, HKUST, China
    • Eric Zheng, University of Texas, Dallas, USA


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