Welcome from the 2009 ICIS Program Chairs

This year, the International Conference on Information Systems celebrates 30 successful years of bringing together information systems researchers to discuss—at times vociferously—the nature and future of our field. This year’s conference theme, “Doing IT Research That Matters,” is intended to provide a premise for discussion around the need for information systems research to be timely, relevant and farreaching in its impacts on individuals, groups, organizations and society.

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Hsinchun Chen, University of Arizona
Hsinchun Chen
University of Arizona
Sandra Slaughter, Georgia Institute of Technology
Sandra Slaughter
Georgia Institute of Technology

Submissions from 2009

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Managing Interdependent Information Security Risks: A Study of Cyberinsurance, Managed Security Service and Risk Pooling, Xia Zhao, Ling Xue, and Andrew B. Whinston

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Product Variety, Online Word of Mouth and Long Tail: An Empirical Study on the Internet Software Market, Wenqi Zhou and Wenjing Duan

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Are You Finding the Right Person? A Name Translation System Towards Web 2.0, Yilu Zhou

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Towards Quality of Data Standards: Empirical Findings from XBRL, Hongwei Zhu and Liuliu Fu

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Assessing Public Opinions Through Web 2.0: A Case Study on Wal-Mart, David Zimbra, Tianjun Fu, and Xin Li