Communications of the Association for Information Systems

Editor-in-Chief, CAIS

Fred Niederman, Saint Louis University

CAIS Advisory Board

Gordon Davis, University of Minnesota

Ken Kraemer, University of California at Irvine

Lynne Markus, Bentley University

Richard Mason, Southern Methodist University

Jay Nunamaker, University of Arizona

H.G. Sol, University of Groningen

Hugh Watson, University of Georgia

CAIS Associate Editors

Toon Abcouwer, University of Amsterdam
Expertise areas: New learning approaches, pedagogy, and the changing role of IT, qualitative research.

Guillermo Rodriguez-Abitia, William & Mary
Expertise areas: Innovation, digital transformation, educational technology, and cross-cultural issues of IT.

Steven Alter, University of San Francisco
Expertise areas: Work systems, service systems, system development, workarounds, body of knowledge.

Wasana Bandara , Queensland University of Technology
Expertise areas: Literature review, Case study, Design Science, Content analysis; Business Process Management, Stakeholder engagement, Governance, Digital Transformation.

Tanya Beaulieu, University of Maine
Expertise areas: Crowdfunding, qualitative research, cloud computing, discourse analysis.

Tilo Böhmann, University of Hamburg
Expertise areas: Service science, design science, cloud, architectures, service management.

Indranil Bose, NEOMA Business School - Reims Campus
Expertise areas: Data base systems < Information technology type, networking systems < Information technology type, security < Society & Ethics.

Lemuria Carter, School of Information Systems and Technology Management UNSW-Sydney
Expertise areas: Digital Government/Electronic Government, Digital Divide, Technology adoption, Infomration privacy, Green IS/Digital sustainability; survey research, structural equation modelling/path analysis; experimental design.

Cecil Eng Chua , Missouri University of Science and Technology
Expertise areas: Project management, IoT, Database, Systems/Application Development, Taxonomic reasoning, Qualitative, Design Science .

Jyoti Choudrie, University of Hertfordshire
Expertise areas: Qualitative research, older adults and ICTs, online social networks, e-government, adoption, digital divide.

Jacqueline Corbett, Laval University
Expertise areas: IT and IS to support clean energy, smart grid, energy informatics, energy security and justice, etc., sustainable and smart cities; open data ecosystems and value creation from open data, digital polluation and data/information waste (big data, social media, etc.), AI for sustainability, including IT supported precision agriculture, sustainable (business and societal) transformation, persuasive system (primarily for promoting environmentally responsible behaviors.

Mike Dinger, University of South Carolina Upstate
Expertise areas: Quantitative Methods, Survey-based research, IT Workforce, Information Security, Social Media, Absorptive Capacity, Organizational Innovation.

Andreas Drechsler, Victoria University Wellington, Department Editor "Digital Design"
Expertise areas: IS/IT management, information security management, IT project management, agile project management, design science research.

Rebekah Eden , Queensland University of Technology
Expertise areas: Healthcare, public sector organisations, User Behaviour: effective use, workarounds, consistency of use; User characteristics: human capital, user competence ; Systems: Electronic Medical Record Systems, eHealth, digital health, enterprise systems; Cultural values; Impacts: benefit realization, IS success model, business value of IT; Digital transformation, IT-enabled organizational change; Theory: variance theory, process theory. Case studies, surveys, interviews , mixed methods, structural equation modelling .

Mazen El - Masri , University of Bahrain
Expertise areas: Design Science; Action Design Research; Experiments; Simulation; QCA (Qualitative comparative analysis); AI/ML; Critical realism.

Joerg Evermann, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Expertise areas: AI, Systems analysis and design, process management, quantitative analysis, methodology, integration.

Lee Freeman, University of Michigan-Dearborn
Expertise areas: Pedagogy, teaching cases, curriculum design, online/hybrid learning, systems development (SAD), project-based learning.

Alexandre Graeml, Federal University of Technology - Parana (UTFPR), Curitiba - Brazil
Expertise areas: Social computing, collective intelligence, knowledge management, and IS Education.

Mary Granger, George Washington Universityy, Department Editor "IS Education"
Expertise areas: Pedagogy, interdisciplinary, cognitive, database systems, teaching cases.

Nik Hassan, University of Minnesota Duluth, Department Editor "History and Philosophy of Information Systems"
Expertise areas: IS history and philosophy, IS development and BPM, systems complexity, IS theory.

Anders Hjalmarsson, University of Borås and Viktoria Swedish ICT
Expertise areas: Digital innovation, open data, business process management, research methods, data analytics, human centered AI and cybersecurity.

Jonny Holmström, Umeå University
Expertise areas: Digital innovation, digital transformation, digitalization, qualitative methods, machine learning, artificial intelligence.

Dirk Hovorka, University of Sydney, Australia, Department Editor "Digital Design"
Expertise areas: Philosophy (of science / technology), design and design science, theory development and integration, sustainability, non-dualist research orientations.

Ming-Hui Huang, National Taiwan University
Expertise areas: E-commerce, artificial intelligence in service / marketing, e-marketing, IT service, IT strategy.

Blooma John, University of Canberra
Expertise areas: Pedagogy, national curriculum, learning experience, collaborative learning, blended learning; Design Science Research, Social Media.

Damien Joseph, Nanyang Technological University
Expertise areas: IT professionals, IT competencies, IT careers, IT compensation, meta-analysis.

Julie Kendall, Rutgers University
Expertise areas: qualitative tools for systems analysts, use of metaphors for IS research and systems development, open source and organizational engagement.

Young Jin (YJ) Lee , University of Denver
Expertise areas: Business analytics in online social media and mobile commerce, online social networks analysis, economics of information systems.

Alvin Leung, City University of Hong Kong
Expertise areas: IT business value, information security, business analytics, econometrics of IS, social networks, gamification, and technology mediated learning.

Kent Marett, Mississippi State University
Expertise areas: Deception, phishing, green IS, technology use in rural areas or by SMEs.

Oliver Müller , IT University of Copenhagen
Expertise areas: Business analytics, big data, machine learning, text analytics, decision support systems.

Eric Ngai, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Expertise areas: Decision support systems, RFID, IoT, blockchain technologies, logistics and supply chain management.

Rob Nickerson, San Francisco State University
Expertise areas: Taxonomies or taxonomy development,mobile technology and applications; diffusion of mobile technology and smartphone apps .

Daniel O'Leary, University of Southern California
Expertise areas: Databases, ERP, BI, AI, Innovation in IT, text mining, Fintech and continuous monitoring.

Ilias O. Pappas, University of Agder, Campus Kristiansand, Universitetsveien 25, 4630 Kristiansand
Expertise areas: Big data analytics, Digital transformation, emotions, e-services, Fuzzy-set Qualitative Comparative Analysis, IT/IS education, learning analytics, social innovation, sustainability, SEM quantitative methods, user behaviors.

Isabel Ramos, Universidade do Minho
Expertise areas: Regarding methods and approaches, Research in the Interpretivism paradigm (in particular constructivist/constructionist perspectives); Case study applying qualitative techniques to gather and analyze research information; Constructivist Grounded Theory (Strauss and Corbin work, later sophisticated by Kathy Charmaz work) Delphi studies.

Christoph Peters, University of St. Gallen, Department Editor "Panel Reports"
Expertise areas: Service innovation, service systems, business models, digital work (esp. crowdwork), telemedicine / e-health.

Johan Sandberg, Umeå University
Expertise areas: Digitalization, organizational transformation, digital ecosystems, governance, innovation networks, digital entrepreneurship.

Raj Sharman, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
Healthcare; Information Assurance and disaster mitigation (extreme events), Econometrics, AI, NLP, Text Analysis and Chatbot.

Gustaf Juell-Skielse, University of Borås
Expertise areas: Enterprise systems, digital innovation, IT-value, e-government, IS education, RPA/cognitive RPA, service automation.

Mary Tate, Victoria University of Wellington
Expertise areas: IS value, service science, HRM, quantitative methods, scale development.

Mathieu Templier, Université Laval
Expertise areas: Research methods, Literature review, Innovation management, IT adoption, Future of work.

Thompson Teo, University of Singapore
Expertise areas: Alignment, Sustainability, adoption of technology, competitive advantage, e-government.

Anthony M. Townsend, Iowa State University
Expertise areas: Virtual teams / networks, privacy and security from a managerial / organizational behavior perspective, agile project management, personnel in IT, IT consumption and adoption.

Tuure Tuunanen, University of Jyväskylä, Department Editor "Digital Design"
Expertise areas: Cyber physical services; cybernization; cybernized services; digital innovations; digital services; digitalization; IS development; service science, design science research; qualitative methods.

Frank Ulbrich, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts
Expertise areas: IT-enabled management ideas, shared services, conceptual modelling, qualitative research, case methods, group concept mapping.

John Venable, Curtin University, Department Editor "Debate Section"
Expertise areas: Design Science Research, Problem Analysis and Solving, Organisational Change, Knowledge Management, Research Paradigms and Methods; IS for social good (or for achieving the UN SDGs).

Devinder Thapa, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
Expertise areas: ICT4D, theory of affordances, information systems security, critical realism, qualitative (interpretative case studies).

Dominic Thomas, Kennesaw State University
Expertise areas: IS in Healthcare/Wellness - particularly IT workforce and innovation enabling; IS Pedagogy - particularly regarding emerging technologies and hands-on learning; T-O-E/DOI; Constructionism/Constructivism; Adaptive Structuration; Grounded Theory/Action Theory/Design Research; Critical Incidents Technique; Q-Method; Survey Research.

Craig Van Slyke, Louisiana Tech University
Expertise areas: Education; Pedagogy.

Eric Walden, Texas Tech University
Expertise areas: Neuro IS, neuro science, genetics, evolution, fMRI.

Karl Werder, Universität zu Köln
Expertise areas: Development of digital technologies, artificial intelligence for innovation, organizing for digital innovation, esport, quantitative methods.

Lauri Wessel, European New School of Digital Studies @ European University Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder), Germany & Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Ålesund, Norway
Expertise areas: E-health, business model innovation, panel report, service innovation, digital practice, design theory.

Manuel Wiesche, Technical University - Dortmund
Expertise areas: IT workforce, IT project management, platform governance, exploratory designs like cases and GTM.

Jennifer Xu, Bentley University
Expertise areas: Machine learning and artificial intelligence, social media and networks, fintech, human-computer interaction.

Yajiong Xue, East Carolina University
Expertise areas: IT innovation, IT management, strategic management of IT, IT governance, healthcare IS.

Jun Zhang, School of Information and Management, Wuhan University
Expertise areas: Research methodologies: In general, I'm more familiar with quantitative methods than qualitative methods. Survey, Experiment (lab and field) Econometrics' ditbru. Experiment (lab and field); econometrics.

Administrative Personnel

David Cormier, Managing Editor, Saint Louis University & Copyeditor, The Association for Information Systems


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