For AMCIS 2019, SIGeBIZ is proposing the focus of the tracks to be on technical, behavioural, design and strategic research issues associated with Digital Commerce. This encompasses studies of Internet-enabled transactions between consumers, businesses, and other organizations, as well as use of Internet technologies within organizations. The studies may utilize any research methodology. Related online business topics such as legal, ethical, and societal issues would also fit in this track. The eBusiness and eCommerce Special Interest Group (SIG) has assisted with coordinating research tracks at the America’s Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) for more than 16 years. Over the course of this timeframe, the eBIZ SIG has greatly benefited from a stable, responsive and reliable group of mini-track chairs, SIG leaders, contributing authors, reviewers and panelists.

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A Study of Social Media Driven Value-transformation: Case of Home Planting Service

Pin-Rui Hwang, National United University

Challenges of the Financial Industry - An Analysis of Critical Success Factors for FinTechs

Oliver Werth, Leibniz Universität Hannover
Davinia Rodríguez Cardona, Leibniz Universität Hannover (LUH)
Jan Nowatschin, Leibniz Universität Hannover
Matthias Werner, Leibniz Universität Hannover
Nadine Guhr, Leibniz Universität Hannover
Michael H. Breitner, Leibniz Universität Hannover

Connecting the Dots through Social Media: A Lifeline for Micro Enterprises

Savanid Vatanasakdakul, Carnegie Mellon University
Chadi Aoun, Carnegie Mellon University
Yuniarti Hidayah Suyoso Putra, Macquarie University

Data Governance in Digital Platforms

Tiina Nokkala, University of Turku, Turku School of Economics
Hannu Salmela, University of Turku, Turku School of Economics
Jouko Toivonen, University of Turku, Turku School of Economics

Disposed of Bitcoin? Using the Disposition Effect to Understand Financial News Sentiment and Bitcoin Returns

Mengfan Cao, Wake Forest University
Lauren Rhue, Wake Forest School of Business

Do Digital Startups Prepare for Technology Pivots? - An Initial Analysis of Job Adverts

Nicolai Bohn, Hasso-Plattner-Institute

Effects of Free Return Policies on Digital Media Product Sales: Evidence from a Knowledge-Sharing Platform

Bin Fang, School of management
Xin Fu, School of management
Ziru Li, W.P.Carey School of Business
Shun Cai, School of management

Enabling Digital Commerce: Advertising and the Influence of User Behavior

Lea Müller, University of Bamberg

Factors influencing the adoption of smart parking

Osden Jokonya, University of the Western cape

Making Data Tangible for Data-driven Innovations in a Business Model Context

Babett Kühne, University Hamburg
Andreas Zolnowski, University of Hamburg
Jennifer Bornholt, TU Darmstadt
Tilo Böhmann, Universität Hamburg

Meformer vs. Informer: Influencer type and Follower Behavioral Intentions

Samira Farivar, Carleton University
Fang Wang, Wilfrid Laurier University
Yufei Yuan, McMaster University

Money Makes the Reviewer Go Round – Ambivalent Effects of Online Review Elicitation in B2B Markets

Jürgen Neumann, Paderborn University
Dominik Gutt, Paderborn University

Potentials of Smart Contracts-based Disintermediation in Additive Manufacturing Supply Chains

Rainer Schmidt, Munich University of Applied Sciences
Michael Möhring, MUAS
Barbara Keller, Munich University of Applied Sciences
ALFRED ZIMMERMANN, School of Computer Science

The Effects of Hunger Marketing Strategy and Customer Emotion on Purchase Behavior

Ya-Ling Wu, Department of Information management
Szu-Ting Lai, Department of Information Management

The role of commercial friendship between social network site and users

Sheng-Pao Shih, Tamkang University
Hsinyi Huang, Soochow University
Cheng-Ying Lin, Tudor Text System Corporation

The Role of the Virtual Asset in the Distribution of Goods and Products

Jakob J. Korbel, Technische Universität Berlin
Kim Janine Blankenhagel, Technische Universität Berlin
Rüdiger Zarnekow, Technische Universität Berlin

Understanding Brand Microblog Users' Unfollowing Motivations from the Perspective of Push-Pull-Mooring Model

Leida Chen, California Polytechnic State University
Zhenya Tang, Mississippi State University