Accounting Info Systems (SIG ASYS)

The Accounting Information Systems track highlights research that focuses on the link between accounting and information systems, including topics that range from IT governance to interorganizational information systems and draws from a variety of disciplines like accounting, psychology, sociology, cognitive science, behavioral science, economics, politics, computer science, and information technology. The track considers papers from all research methods, including design science, behavioral, and archival.

Track Chairs:
Fiona Rohde, University of Queensland
Scott Boss, Bentley University

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Monday, August 9th
12:00 AM

Adopting Digital Technologies in Management Accounting – Empirical Evidence from German SMEs

Patrick Sven Ulrich, Aalen University
Mona Kratt, Aalen University

12:00 AM

Competing on IT Security: A Proposed Taxonomy of the Relationship Among IT Security Management Activities, Resources, and Intellectual Capital Development

Atiya Avery, University of Alabama in Huntsville
Yen-Yao Wang, Auburn University

12:00 AM

Exploring the Effects of Information Security & Privacy on Blockchain Mobile Applications Rating: Text Analytics Approach

Yazan Alnsour, University of Northern Colorado
Ahmad Jumah, University of Illinois Springfield

12:00 AM

Natural Language Processing in Internal Auditing – a Structured Literature Review

Gerrit Schumann, University of Oldenburg
Jorge Marx Gómez, University of Oldenburg

12:00 AM