The Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS) is the main annual international Information Systems (IS) conference and the only AIS-sponsored conference in the Pacific Asia Region. In 2011, the 15th PACIS was run at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Brisbane, Australia, from 7-11 July 2011. The conference was organized jointly by QUT and The University of Queensland. All papers from this and all past PACIS conferences can be downloaded from either here, at the AIS eLibrary, or from the PACIS Proceedings archive: http://www.pacis-net.org.

In 2011, PACIS attracted 529 paper submissions to 27 tracks. Each paper was peer reviewed in a process that typically involved two blind reviews and a final recommendation from the track chairs. The acceptance rate for both full papers (12 pages excluding cover page and references) and research-in-progress papers (7 pages excluding cover page and references) was 38%. 300 delegates from over 40 countries attended the conference, which was held at the QUT campus. There were be 182 full papers, each presented in a 30-minute presentation, plus 18 poster presentations of research-in-progress papers. In addition, several workshops and a Doctoral Consortium (23 students) were associated with the conference. Full papers, research-in-progress (RIP) papers, and RIP-formatted doctoral consortium papers (the latter for students who consented to publication of their papers) are included in these Proceedings.

Peter B. Seddon and Shirley Gregor, Program Co-chairs, PACIS 2011, July 2011

ISBN: 978-1-86435-644-1; Publisher: Queensland University of Technology; Publication date: 9 July 2011

Submissions from 2011

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An Effective Cold Start Recommendaton Method Using A Web Of Trust, Yu-Hao Wan and Chien Chin Chen

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Estimating Trust Strength For Supporting Effective Recommendation Services, Chih-Ping Wei, Hung-Chen Chen, and Ming-Kai Liang

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Differentiation With Shared Features And Cannibalization Of Information Goods , Xueqi Wei, Zhe Qu, Zhaoran Xu, and Lihua Huang

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An Investigation Of Intrinsic Motivators For Organisational Knowledge Sharing, Judith Welschen, Annette Mills, and Nelly Todorova

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The Advantages Of Mobile Solutions For Chronic Disease Management, Nilmini Wickramasinghe, Arthur Tatnall, and Steve Goldberg

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An Empirical Study Of Flow Experiences In Social Network Sites, Hsiu-Lan Wu and Jau-Wen Wang

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Exploring Continuous Participation On Entertainment Applications Of Social Network Sites, Yi Wu, Zheng Wang, and Klarissa Chang

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Product Innovations In Emerging Economies: The Moderating Role Of Collaborative Capacity, Xiao Xiao, Saonee Sarker, and Sudhanshu Rai

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Uncovering Social Media Data For Public Health Surveillance, Ming Yang, Yijun Li, and Melody Kiang

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The Power Of Networks And Information Flows--In Circuits Of Power Perspective On Online Religion, Shirley Ou Yang and Carol Hsu

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Leveraging Structural Holes For Innovation: The Moderating Effects Of IT-Enabled Absorptive Capacity, Hua Ye and Atreyi Kankanhalli

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An Empirical Evaluation Of User Satisfaction With A School Nursing Information System, Chun-Po Yin, Hsiu-Chia Ko, Li-Chun Huang, Fan-Chuan Tseng, and Hsiu-Hua Chang

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ERP System Customization In SMEs: A Multiple Case Study, Ondrej Zach and Bjorn Erik Munkvold

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New Product Diffusion: A Dual Word-Of-Mouth Perspective, Jie Zhang and Liqiang Huang

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Identifying Influential Users Of Micro-Blogging Services: A Dynamic Action-Based Network Approach, Meng Zhang, Caihong Sun, and Wenhui Liu

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Exploring Different Roles between Service Expectation and Technology Expectation In Citizen’s E-Government Continuance Adoption: An Extended Expectation-Confirmation Model, Nan Zhang, Xin Guan, and Qingguo Meng

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What Drives Technology Innovation Among The Emerging Chinese Enterprises?, Connie Zheng and Bai Xuan Wang

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Privacy-Aware Granular Data Access Control For Cross-Domain Data Sharing, Jian Zhong, Peter Bertok, Vinod Mirchandani, and Zahir Tari