Welcome from the Program Chairs

Welcome to AMCIS 2009. We are grateful to you for making the 15th Americas Conference on Information Systems a success. Your contributions and participation as program committee members, track chairs, mini-track chairs, authors, reviewers, presenters and session chairs are laudable.

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Kenneth E. Kendall, Rutgers University
Kenneth E. Kendall
Rutgers University
Upkar Varshney, Georgia State University
Upkar Varshney
Georgia State University

Submissions from 2009

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The Future of Personal Area Networks in a Ubiquitous Computing World, Fei Zhao and Dennis Viehland

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A Multi-Agent-Based System for eProcurement, Jing Zhao, Sherry Sun, Huai Qing Wang, and Quan Liu

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A Multidimensional and Visual Exploration Approach to Project Prioritization and Selection, Guangzhi Zheng and Vijay Vaishnavi

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Online Reputation Systems in Web 2.0 Era, Weijun Zheng and Leigh Jin

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Recruiting IS Minor Students: The Impact of In-Depth Exposure of Database Knowledge in Accounting Information Systems Courses, Duanning Zhou, Arsen Djatej, and Yining Chen

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The Impact of Information Security Rating on Vendor Competition, Zach Z. Zhou and Eric M. Johnson

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Sloppy Tags and Metacrap? Quality of User Contributed Tags in Collaborative Social Tagging Systems, Hongwei Zhu and Harris Wu

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An Investigation into Post-Implementation Success of ERP: An Empirical Study of the Chinese Retail Industry, Yan Zhu, Yan Li, Weiquan Wang, and Jian Chen

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Service Fairness and Customer Satisfaction in Internet Bank: From a Trust and Perceived Customer Value Perspective, Yu-Qian Zhu and Houn-Gee Chen

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Introducing a Framework to Capture and Reuse Tacit Knowledge in Software Project Management, Pujan Ziaie, B. G. Jayaram, Bilandzic Mark, and Helmut Krcmar

Submissions from 2008

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Physician Learning and Clinical Decision Support Systems, M. Tolga Akcura and Zafer D. Ozdemir

Submissions from 2006

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The Burden of Proof in Fraudulent Transactions and Optimal Investment in Information Security, Se-Hak Chun, Wooje Cho, and Jae-Cheol Kim