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Communications of the Association for Information Systems

Co-Editors-in-Chief, CAIS

Denis Dennehy, Swansea University

Mary Tate, Victoria University of Wellington

CAIS Advisory Board Members

Steve Alter, University of San Francisco

Michelle Carter, The University of Manchester

Shirley Gregor, Australian National University

Fred Niederman, Saint Louis University

Jason Bennett Thatcher, Temple University

Doug Vogel, Harbin Institute of Technology, P.R.C.

Samuel Fosso Wamba, TBS-Education

CAIS Associate Editors

Toon Abcouwer, University of Amsterdam
Expertise areas: New Learning Approaches, Pedagogy, and the Changing Role of IT, Qualitative Research.

Babak AbedinORCID logo, Macquarie University
Expertise areas: Responsible and Ethical AI, Management of AI and Analytics Systems, Social Media and Online Communities, Digital Literacy, Text and Sentiment Analysis and Systematic Review.

Sultana Lubna Alam, Deakin University
Expertise areas: Emerging Technologies, Digital Transformation, Social Media in Government and Disaster Management, Crowdsourcing, Business Value of IT, Responsible AI, Qualitative Research, Case Studies.

Mousa Albashrawi, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals
Expertise areas: AI and Healthcare, Mobile Platforms, Entrepreneurial Intention, Social Media, Machine Learning.

Abdullah Albizri, Montclair State University
Expertise areas: AI and Machine Learning Applications, Responsible and Ethical AI, Digital Transformation, IS for Sustainability and Energy Conservation.

Elizabeth Baker, Virginia Commonwealth University
Expertise areas: Healthcare IS and Cybersecurity, Qualitative Research, Case Studies, and Survey Research.

Yves Barlette, Montpellier Business School
Expertise areas: Information Security, Cybersecurity, Behavioral Information Security, Structural Equation Modelling, Survey Research.

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

Ransome Bawack, Audencia Business School
Expertise areas: IT Adoption and Use, User Experience, Business Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Data Science, Quantitative Research.

Pratyush BharatiORCID logo, University of Massachusetts
Expertise areas: Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Green Information Systems, Machine Learning, and Social Media Analytics.

Sebastian BoellORCID logo, University of Sydney Business School
Expertise areas: History, Literature Reviews, Qualitative Research, Philosophyical and practical aspects of theorizing (mis)information and information systems, Bibliometrics. .

Indranil Bose, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad and NEOMA Business School
Expertise areas: Artificial Intelligence, Business Analytics, Digital Transformation, Emerging Technologies, FinTech, Information Security.

Lemuria Carter, University of 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.

Yi-Te ChiuORCID logo, National Tsing Hua University
Expertise areas: Human-AI Collaboration, Implementation and Adoption of Information Systems (IS) and Technologies (IT), IS Development Methodology (agile and humanistic approaches), IS/IT Project and Team Management, Qualitative Methods, Mixed-Methods Research.

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

Raffaele CirielloORCID logo, The University of Sydney Business School
Expertise areas: Compassionate Digital Innovation, Decentralized Governance and Ethical/Societal Implications of Emerging Digital Technologies (Blockchain, Web3, AI, Social Media), Dialectical Inquiry and Qualitative Research, Methodologically Open-Minded.

Jacqueline CorbettORCID logo, Université Laval
Expertise areas: Green IS, Clean Energy, Smart Grid, Energy Informatics, Energy Justice, Sustainable and Smart Cities, Open Data, Digital Pollution and Data/Information Waste, AI for Sustainability, AgriTech, Sustainable (Business and Societal) Transformation, Persuasive Systems for Sustainability, Indigenous Business, Qualitative Research, Design Science, Decolonization of Research and Practice.

Mike Dinger, Baylor University
Expertise areas: Quantitative Methods, Survey-Based Research, IT Workforce, Information Security, Social Media, Absorptive Capacity, Organizational Innovation.

Cathal Doyle, Victoria University of Wellington
Expertise areas: Open Science, Design Science Research, Online Citizen Science, Technology and Learning, Open Access.

Andreas Drechsler, Victoria University Wellington
Expertise areas: IS/IT Management, Information Security Management, IT Project Management, Agile Project Management, Design Science Research.

Sophia Duan, La Trobe University
Expertise areas: Technology Adoption, AI in Business, Digital Transformation, Business Analytics, Digital Work, Quantitative 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.

Lesley GardnerORCID logo, University of Auckland
Expertise areas: Digital Citizenry, Sustainable documentation and hypermedia, E-Learning Innovation, Social Media.

Alexandre Graeml, Federal University of Technology - Parana (UTFPR)
Expertise areas: Social Computing, Collective Intelligence, Knowledge Management, and IS Education.

Mary Granger, George Washington University
Expertise areas: Pedagogy, Interdisciplinary, Cognitive, Database Systems, Teaching Cases.

Manjul Gupta, Florida International University
Expertise areas: Emerging Technologies, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, National Culture, Organizational Culture, Deception, Social Media, Computer-Mediated Communication.

Johanna HabibORCID logo Aix-Marseille University
Expertise areas: e-Health, IT-enabled Organizational Transformation, Digital Transformation, IT Innovation, Case Studies, Agent-based Simulation.

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.

Ming-Hui Huang, National Taiwan University
Expertise areas: e-Commerce, Artificial Intelligence in Service/Marketing, e-Marketing, IT Service, IT Strategy.

Blooma JohnORCID logo, University of Canberra
Expertise areas: Pedagogy, National Curriculum, Learning Experience, Collaborative Learning, Blended Learning, Design Science Research, Social Media, Digital Transformation, Health Informatics, Emerging Technologies, Design Science Research, Learning Experience, Collaborative Learning, Blended Learning.

David Johnstone, Victoria University of Wellington
Expertise areas: Governance, Literature Review, Design Science, Sensemaking, Crowd Sourcing, Information Behaviour, Ethics.

Gustaf Juell-Skielse, University of Borås
Expertise areas: Enterprise Systems, Digital Innovation, IT-Value, e-Government, IS Education, RPA/Cognitive RPA, Service Automation.

Arpan Kumar KarORCID logo, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
Expertise areas: Social Media Platforms, ICT Adoption, User Experience, Emerging Technologies, Big Data Analytics Driven Theory Building.

Dionysios Karavidas, Queen's University Belfast
Expertise areas: Financial Technology (FinTech), Information Systems (IS), Technology Adoption, Quantitative Research.

Ajay Kumar, EMLYON Business School
Expertise areas: Predictive Analytics, Behavioral Aspects of AI, Algorithmic Bias, Algorithmic Fairness, Responsible AI, Big Data Analytics, IS-Operations/Supply Chain Management Interface.

Gwanhoo Lee, American University
Expertise areas: Digital Transformation, Responsible AI, Digital Government, IS Development, IS Project Management, Information Privacy, Health IT, ICT for Development, Case Study, Survey, Mixed Methods, Agent-Based Simulation, Meta-Analysis, Lab Experiment.

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.

Matti Mäntymäki, University of Turku
Expertise areas: Behavioral IS Research, Survey Research, Mixed Methods Research, Literature Reviews, Social Responsibility of IT/IS, Social Implications of IT/IS, Social Media, Freemium, AI Governance, Cryptocurrencies.

Machdel Matthee, University of Pretoria
Expertise areas: IS/IT Education, Development of Computational Thinking Skills, Development of Critical Thinking Skills, AI Literacy, Fake News, Qualitative Research, IS Theories.

Stephen McCarthyORCID logo, University College Cork
Expertise areas: IT Project Management, Control Theory, Systems Analysis and Design, Interorganisational Collaboration, Dark Sides of Technology Use, Problematic Smartphone Use, Healthcare IS, Qualitative Research, Case Study, Interpretivism, Literature Review.

Oliver Müller, IT University of Copenhagen
Expertise areas: Business Analytics, Big Data, Machine Learning, Text Analytics, Decision Support Systems.

Eric NgaiORCID logo, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Expertise areas: Decision Support Systems, RFID, IoT, Blockchain Technologies, Logistics and Supply Chain Management.

Oteng Ntsweng, Arizona State University| W. P. Carey School of Business
Expertise areas: Human-Computer Interaction, Human-AI Interaction, AI Ethics, Behavioral Information Security, Cybersecurity Governance, Health Information Technology, Technology Mediated Learning, Theory building, Business Analytics, Health Analytics, Digital transformation, Gamification, Serious Games, Psychophysiological research (e.g., eye-tracking, EEG and electrodermal activity), Field Experiments, Lab Experiments, Qualitative methods, Mixed-methods.

Daniel O'Leary, University of Southern California
Expertise areas: Databases, ERP, BI, AI, Innovation in IT, Text Mining, Fintech and Continuous Monitoring.

Keng-Boon Ooi, UCSI University
Expertise areas: Social Media, Digital Transformation, Quantitative Research, Innovation, Business Process Management, Technology Adoption, Survey Research, Knowledge Management.

Asil Oztekin, University of Massachusetts, Lowell
Expertise areas: Data Science, Machine Learning, AI, XAI, Decision Analytics, Text Mining, NLP.

Ilias O. Pappas, University of Agder
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 (Constructivist/Constructionist Perspectives), Case Study Applying Qualitative Techniques to Gather and Analyze Research Information, Constructivist Grounded Theory (Strauss and Corbin's work, later sophisticated by Kathy Charmaz work) Delphi studies.

Guillermo Rodriguez-Abitia, William & Mary
Expertise areas: Innovation, Digital Transformation, Educational Technology, and Cross-Cultural Issues of IT.

Daniel Rudmark, Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI) / University of Gothenburg
Expertise areas: IS in Transportation/Mobility Particularly Data Sharing and Mobility Services, Open Data, Platform Ecosystems, Digital Government, Case Studies, Studies Relying on Design and Action (Action Research, Action Design Research and Design Science Research) and Qualitative Research.

Johan Sandberg, Umeå University
Expertise areas: Digital Innovation, Organizational Transformation, Platforms, Governance, Digital Entrepreneurship, Open Data, Qualitative Research, Case Studies.

Sujeet Kumar Sharma, Indian Institute of Management Nagpur
Expertise areas: Mobile Platforms, Emerging Technologies Adoption and Use, Mobile Technologies for Government and Disaster Management, Digital Divide, Digital Transformation, Methods (Quantitative, Mixed).

Janina Sundermeier, Freie Universität Berlin
Expertise areas: Startups, Entrepreneurship, Digital Entrepreneurship, Digital Innovation (Implementation, Growth Challenges (especially of AI ventures), Internationalization, etc.), Digital Workplace Transformation, Gender, Diversity Issues in the Diffusion of Information Systems, Internationalization Strategies of IT Companies, Qualitative Research (Case Studies, Grounded Theory, Field Studies, Ethnography etc.), Experiments.

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.

Devinder Thapa, University of Agder
Expertise areas: ICT4D, Theory of Affordances, Information Systems Security, Critical Realism, Qualitative (Interpretative Case Studies), Philosophy.

Dominic Thomas, Kennesaw State University
Expertise areas: IS in Healthcare/Wellness - Particularly IT Workforce and Innovation Enabling, IS Pedagogy (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.

Nguyen Hoang Thuan, RMIT University Vietnam
Expertise areas: Design Science Research, Information Modelling, Design Science Education, Business Process Modelling.

Tuure Tuunanen, University of Jyväskylä
Expertise areas: Cyber Physical Services, Cybernization, Cybernized Services, Digital Innovations, Digital Services, Digitalization, IS Development, Service Science, Design Science Research, Qualitative Methods.

Pitso Tsibolane, University of Cape Town
Expertise areas: ICT4D, Indigenous Theories, Critical Theory, Grounded Theory Methods, Qualitative Case Studies, Gig Economy and Future of Work, IS Education.

Andrew UrbaczewskiORCID logo, University of Denver
Expertise areas: Analytics, Sports Analytics, and IS Education.

Craig Van Slyke, Louisiana Tech University
Expertise areas: Education, Pedagogy, Adoption and Acceptance, Usability, Privacy, Behavioral Aspects of Information Security, Generative AI, Digital Divide, Emerging Technologies, Healthcare Information Technology.

Gerit WagnerORCID logo, Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg
Expertise areas: Methodologies: Digital Work, Crowd Work, Online Labor Markets, Literature Reviews, Literature Analysis.

Eric Walden, Texas Tech University
Expertise areas: Neuro IS, Neuro Science, Genetics, Evolution, fMRI.

Karl WerderORCID logo, Universität zu Köln
Expertise areas: Development of Digital Technologies, Artificial Intelligence for Innovation, Organizing for Digital Innovation, eSport, Quantitative Methods.

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.

Sam Zaza, Middle Tennessee State University
Expertise areas: IT Workforce, the Future Nature of Work, Diversity and Inclusion, IT Artifacts, and Methodological approaches.

Jun Zhang, Wuhan University
Expertise areas: Research methodologies: Information Privacy and Security, Cyber-Deviance, Human-Computer Interaction, Social Media, e-Health or Fitness Technology, Methodologies including Survey, Lab and Field Experiments, Econometrics

Liudmila Zavolokina, University of Zurich
Expertise areas: Blockchain, Design Science Research, Trust, Digital Government, Digital Platforms, Public Value.

Sander Paul Zwanenburg, University of Otago
Expertise areas: Dark Side of IT Use, Digital Distraction, Measurement, Interdisciplinarity, Research Methods, Questionnaire Surveys, SEM, Behavioural Experiments, Bibliometrics.

CAIS Guest Editors

On immersive technology - A new IT artifact? Submissions due April 30, 2024
Submission deadline extended to July 31, 2024

Nripendra P. Rana (Coordinating Editor)ORCID logo, College of Business and Economics, Qatar University
Expertise areas: Technology Adoption/Diffusion, AI and Consumer Decision-Making, Social Media Marketing, Meta-Analysis, MASEM, SEM, MCDM.

Mayank Kumar, MICA
Expertise areas: TBD.

Futures Studies and Information Systems Research. Submissions due September 1, 2024

Cennydd BowlesORCID logo, Fulbright Visiting Scholar, Elon University
Expertise areas: Human-Computer Interaction, Interaction Design, Technology Ethics, Philosophy of Technology, Futures Studies.

Fred Niederman (Coordinating Editor), Saint Louis University
Expertise areas: TBD.

Emerging Technologies, Artificial Intelligence, Sustainable Development, SDGs, Information Systems. Submissions due January 30, 2025

Peter Saba (Coordinating Editor)ORCID logo, De Vinci Higher Education, DVRC Research Center
Expertise areas: Emerging Technologies, ICT for Sustainable Development, AI/Augmented Intelligence, Conflict Contagion, Inoculation, Action Research.

Antoine HarfoucheORCID logo, University Paris Nanterre
Expertise areas: Augmented Intelligence, Responsible and Ethical Artificial Intelligence, Human-Centric Interpretable Informed Artificial Intelligence (HIAI).

CAIS Emeritus Advisory Board Members

Ken Kraemer, University of California at Irvine

Lynne Markus, Bentley University

Richard Mason, Southern Methodist University

Jay Nunamaker, University of Arizona

Hugh Watson, University of Georgia

Administrative Personnel

David Cormier, Managing and Production Editor, Association for Information Systems

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