Globalization has historically been tied to technological innovation, and the present era of a networked information society is no different. Information systems (IS) have provided the infrastructure for multinational businesses, created new cultural connections irrespective of geographic boundaries and distances, and allowed an increasingly mobile global population to be connected to their friends, families, and cultures no matter where they are. The track welcomes submissions that relate to all aspects of global IS, or IS research situated in a global, international or cross-cultural context. The track is open to all methodological approaches and perspectives.

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Monday, August 10th
12:00 AM

A Cross-Country Analysis of Cross-border E-commerce Adoption

Mohammad I. Merhi, Indiana University South Bend

12:00 AM

Assessing Learner’s Privacy Behaviors through the Lens of Gender Egalitarianism Cultural Factor in a Blended-Learning Context: Students’ Perspective at Saudi Electronic University

May Bantan, Nova Southeastern University
Ling Wang, Nova Southeastern University

12:00 AM

Cyberbullying in Global Virtual Teams – A Thematic Analysis

Abdullah Oguz, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Prashant Palvia, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Vasyl Taras, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

12:00 AM

Identifying the Service Quality for a B2B Cross-Border E-Commerce Platform

Shu-Chun Ho, National Kaohsiung Normal University
Wei-Li Chuang, National Kaohsiung Normal University

12:00 AM

The Effect Mechanism of Privacy Control on Passengers’ Participation in Ridesharing

Linlin Su, University of International Business and Economics
Xusen Cheng, Renmin University
Xin Luo, University of New Mexico
Changyue Xu, University of International Business and Economics

12:00 AM