Track Description

Information Technology (IT) is creating and destroying markets, transforming organizations, and forcing us to rethink how economic actors interact. The Economics and IS track welcomes papers looking at how IT is transforming the behavior of economic agents (organizations or individuals) and changing how we create, make, distribute, or consume goods and services.

The track invites theoretical and empirical papers relying on economics to explain the application, use, and impact of IT in modern society. These papers will provide a better understanding of the issues underlying the transformation of our economic environment, of our behaviors, and of the opportunities and challenges it is creating.

Track Chairs
Gordon Burtch
Pedro Ferreira
Sean Xue

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A Hidden Markov Model of Mobile Game-play Volume and Reward Ads Watching Behavior

Jiaying Deng, University of Washington
Stephanie Lee, University of Washington

Artificial Intelligence and Drug Innovation

Bowen Lou, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Lynn Wu, University of Pennsylvania

Connecting Customers and Merchants Offline: Experimental Evidence from the Commercialization of Last-Mile Pickup Stations at Alibaba

Brian Rongqing han, University of Southern California
Lixia Wu, Alibaba Group Inc.
Tianshu Sun, University of Southern California
Leon Yang Chu, University of Southern California
Yinghui Xu, Alibaba Group Inc.

Creation or Destruction? STEM OPT Extension and Employment of Information Technology Professionals

Xue Guo, Temple University
Jing Gong, Lehigh University
Min-Seok Pang, Temple University

Digital Multisided Platforms and Women's Health: An Empirical Analysis of Peer-to-Peer Lending

Gorkem Turgut OZER, University of Maryland, College Park
Brad Greenwood, University of Minnesota
Anand Gopal, Smith School of Business, University of Maryland

Displaced or Augmented? How does Artificial Intelligence Affect Our Jobs: Evidence from LinkedIn

Xuanqi Liu, National University of Singapore
Ke-Wei Huang, National University of Singapore

Effects of Online-offline Channel Integration on E-healthcare Providers: Evidence from a Natural Experiment

Haonan Yin, Beijing Institute of Technology
Nina Huang, Arizona State University
Zhijun Yan, Beijing Institute of Technology

Infrastructural Sovereignty over Agreement and Transaction Data (‘Metadata’) in an Open Network-Model for Multilateral Sharing of Sensitive Data

Harrie Bastiaansen, TNO
Simon Dalmolen, TNO
Maarten Kollenstart, TNO
Matthijs Punter, TNO

Pricing-oriented Web Technologies and Product Returns in the E-marketplace: The Moderating Role of Seller Reputation

Mengyi Li, Dalian University of Technology
Huifang Li, University of Science and Technology of China
Yulin Fang, City University of Hong Kong
Youwei Wang, Fudan University
Qingfei Ming, Dalian University of Technology

Selling Information When Attention is Limited: An Empirical Analysis of an Online Investment Advisory Platform

Ding Li, National University of Singapore
Nan Chen, NUS
Khim Yong Goh, National University of Singapore

The Role of Workgroups on User Participation in Enterprise Social Media

Jason Chan, University of Minnesota
Yue Guo, King’s College London
Christina Jeong, University of Minnesota

The Value of Editorial Reviews for UGC Platform

Yipu Deng, Purdue University
Warut Khern-am-nuai, McGill University

Too Risky to Bid? Women in OLMs and STEM Competitive Environments

Yifei Wang, University of Maryland, College Park
Nishtha Langer, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Anand Gopal, Smith School of Business, University of Maryland

Two-sided Adverse Selection and Bilateral Reviews in the Sharing Economy

Murat Tunc, University of Texas at Dallas
Huseyin Cavusoglu, University of Texas at Dallas
Srinivasan Raghunathan, University of Texas at Dallas

Understanding B2B Buyer Behavior in Multichannel Markets: How Posted Price Channel Affect Buyers’ Strategic Behavior in Auctions

Huong May Truong, Erasmus University
Alok Gupta, university of minnesota
Wolfgang Ketter, Erasmus University
Eric van Heck, Erasmus University

What is Your Data Strategy? The Strategic Interactions in Data-Driven Advertising

Xin Zhang, City university of Hong Kong
Ran Zhang, City University of Hong Kong
Wei Thoo Yue, City University of Hong Kong
Yugang Yu, University of Science and Technology of China

Your Preference or Mine? A Randomized Field Experiment on Recommender Systems in Two-sided Matching Markets

Lanfei Shi, University of Virginia
Kunpeng Zhang, University of Maryland