Nicholas. Berente, Bin. Gu, Jan Recker and Radhika Santhanam (2021), Managing Artificial Intelligence, MIS Quarterly Vol. 45 No. 3 pp. 1433-1450.
Burleson, J., Grover, V., Thatcher, J., and Sun, H., A representation theory perspective on the repurposing of personal technologies for work-related tasks, Journal of the Association for Information Systems (JAIS). forthcoming.
Maier, Christian; Laumer, Sven; Thatcher, Jason B.; Sun, Heshan; Weinert, Christoph; and Weitzel, Tim (2021) "Social Networking Site Use Resumption: A Model of Return Migration,"Journal of the Association for Information Systems: Vol. 22 : Iss. 4 , Article 5.
Yang, X., H.J. Ye, X Wang. 2021. Social Media Use and Work Efficiency: Insights from the Theory of Communication Visibility, Information & Management 58 (4), 103462.
Brian Dunn, Narayan Ramasubbu, Matthew Jensen, Dennis Galletta, and Paul Lowry, "Efficiency and Exposure: Reconciling the Effects of Website Browsing Behaviors for Non-transactional Outcomes" AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction (THCI), Volume 13 (2) 2021
Ye, H., X. Yang, X. Wang, T. Stratopoulos. 2021. Monetization of digital content: drivers of revenue on Q&A platforms, Journal of Management Information Systems, 38(2), 457-483. https://www.jmis-web.org/articles/1528
Jeffrey Jenkins; Alexandra Durcikova; and Jay F. Nunamaker, Jr., (2021) Mitigating the Security Intention-Behavior Gap: The Moderating Role of Required Effort on the Intention-Behavior Relationship, Journal of AIS, 22(1), 246-272.
Dennis, A.R., Yuan, L., Feng, X., Webb, E. and Hsieh, C.J., (2020), Digital Nudging: Numeric and Semantic Priming in E-Commerce. Journal of Management Information Systems, 37(1), pp.39-65.
Sun, H.,Wright R., and Thatcher, J. (2019), Revisiting the impact of system use on task performance from an adaptation and complementarity Perspective. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 20(4), pp. 398-433.
Sun, H., Wright R., and Thatcher, J. Revisiting the Impact of System Use on Task Performance from an Adaptation and Complementarity Perspective. Forthcoming in the Journal of the Association for Information Systems.
Thatcher, J., Wright, R., Sun, H., Zagenczyk, T, and Klein, R., (2018) Mindfulness in Information Technology Use: Definitions, Distinctions, and a New Measure. MIS Quarterly, (42: 3) pp.831-847.
Durcikova, A., Brown, S.A., and Lee, A., (2018) “Making Rigorous Research Relevant: Doing Action Research That Applies Positivist Theory to Improve a Knowledge Management System,” MIS Quarterly, 42(1), 241-263.
Liu, D. Santhanam, R, and J. Webster, (2017) “Towards Meaningful Engagement: A Framework for Design and Research of Gamified Information Systems,” MIS Quarterly, 41(4), 1011-1034.
Jensen, M., E. Yetgin, (2017) “Prominence and Interpretation of Online Conflict of Interest Disclosures,” MIS Quarterly, 41(2), 28-45.
Hill, T., L. Chidambaram, and J. Summers (2017) “Playing ‘catch up’ with blended learning: performance impacts of augmenting classroom instruction with online learning,” Behavior & Information Technology, 1, 54-62.
Miranda, S.M., A. Young, and E. Yetgin (2016) “Are Social Media Emancipatory or Hegemonic? Societal Effects of Mass Media Digitization in the Case of the SOPA Discourse,” MIS Quarterly, 40(2), 2016.
Santhanam, R. Liu. D and S. Wei-Cheng (2016) “Gamification of Technology Mediated Training: Not All Competitions Are the Same," Information Systems Research, 27(2), 453-465.
Matt Jensen, Shaila Miranda and Shane Connelly (2021), “Ideological Influence and Radicalization in Online Microblog Platforms,” from the National Counterterrorism, Innovation, Technology, & Education (NCITE) Center of Excellence at the University of Omaha.
Shane Connelly, Heshan Sun, Georgia Kosmopoulou. (2020) “RAPID: Technology use to facilitate social distancing and coping with the disruption of COVID-19, ” National Science Foundation (award number: 2027332), $199,859.
Jensen, M., A. Durcikova, and Wright, R. (2014) “Building the human firewall: Developing organizational resistance to semantic security threats.” Grant from the National Science Foundation ($500,000).
Meservy, T., Fadel, K., Jensen, M., & Matthews, M. (2022) “An Empirical Examination of Peer vs. Expert Advice in Online Forums” Paper conditionally accepted for presentation at the 55thAnnual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Maui, Hawaii
Matthews, M., Matthews, S., & Kelemen, T. (2021) “The Case for Cycles, Rhythms, and Seasons in Organizational Studies” Paper accepted for presentation at the 81st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Virtual
Matthews, M., Whang, S., Nitiema, P., Sikhondze, B., & Wang, D. (2021) “Leaders in Extreme Contexts: An Exploratory Analysis of U.S. Leaders’ Tweets” Paper accepted for presentation at the 27th Annual Americas Conference on Information Systems, Virtual
Meservy, T., Fadel, K., Jensen, M., & Matthews, M. (2021) “Searching for Expert or Peer Advice in Online Forums” Paper accepted for presentation at the 27th Annual Americas Conference on Information Systems, Virtual. (Best AMCIS 2021 Complete Top 25% Paper).
Matthews, M. (2021) “The Case for Information Bricolage in IS Research: A Theoretical Proposal” Paper accepted for presentation at the 25th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, Virtual
Matthews, M. (2021) “Prosocial Signals in Crowdfunding: A Conjoint Analysis” Paper accepted for presentation at the 25th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, Virtual
Jensen, M., Matthews, M., Meservy, T., & Fadel, K. (2021) “Expert vs. Peer: The Role of Situational Characteristics in Electronic Networks of Practice” Paper presented at the 54th Annual Conference of the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
Matthews, M. & Sun, H. (2021) “Mindful Adaptation of Technology (MAT) in Extreme Research Contexts: A Theoretical Proposal” Paper presented at the 54th Annual Conference of the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
Matthews, M., Meservy, T., Fadel, K., & Kirwan, B. (2020). “Neurological Observations of Social Media Logos” Paper presented at 12th Annual NeuroIS Retreat
Matthews, M., Meservy, T., & Fadel, K. (2020). “Exploring Psychological Reactions to Social Media Logos” Paper presented at the 26th Annual Conference of The Americas Conference on Information Systems
Shaft, T., Tian, A. C., & Whang, S. Y. (2020). Anxious and Angry: A Replication Investigating the Effects of Emotions on Perceptions of Online Review Helpfulness. AIS Transactions on Replication Research, 6(1), 17.
Xing, Q., Miranda, S., and Singh, R. 2020. "Resource Utilization Uncertainty Reduction in Hospitals: The Role of Digital Capability and Governance Structure,"International Conference on Information Systems, Hyderabad, India: AIS.
Xing, Q., R. Singh, and S. Miranda (2020) “Hospital’s External Digital Capability: The Effect of Internal Digital Capability and Multihospital System Governance Structure.” Presented at the 11th Annual Conference on Health IT and Analytics.
Fadel, K., Jensen, M., Matthews, M., & Meservy, T. (2019). “Online Information Filtering: The Role of Contextual Cues in Electronic Networks of Practice” Paper presented at the 15th Annual SIG IS-CORE Cognitive Research Workshop, Munich, Germany
Meservy, T., Fadel, K. Nelson, B., & Matthews, M. (2019). “Virtual Community Production vs. Consumption on Social Media: A Uses and Gratifications Perspective” Paper presented at the 25th Annual Conference of The Americas Conference on Information Systems, Cancun, Mexico
Tian, C., M. Jensen, A. and Durcikova (2017) “Variability in Phishing Susceptibility across Industries: The Differential Impact of Influence Techniques,” presented at Big XII+ MIS Research Symposium, University of Nebraska, Omaha.
Wang, D., S. Miranda, and I. Kim (2017) “Community Knowledge and Engagement: An Investigation of Diffusion of Three IT Innovations.” Presented at the Big XII MIS Symposium, Omaha, Nebraska.
Wang, D., S. Miranda, and I. Kim (2017) “Structuration of Community Knowledge and Community Engagement: Social Media, the Internet of Things, and Big Data.” Accepted for presentation at the Academy of Management Conference, Chicago, IL.
Miranda, S.M., I. Kim, and D. Wang (2015) "Whose Talk is Walked? IT Decentralizability, Vendor versus Adopter Discourse, and the Diffusion of Social Media versus Big Data." Proceedings of the Thirty Sixth International Conference on Information Systems, Fort Worth, TX.