General IS Topics

Track Description
The General IS Topics track is intended for high-quality papers on topics that do not have a specific fit with other tracks or have a very comprehensive, cross-thematic scope. The track aims to attract unique and novel papers and give an additional degree of freedom to the conference’s specific tracks, from an epistemological, ontological as well as methodological standpoint. Please check the fit of your paper with other tracks’ topics before submitting your paper to this track. The General IS Topics track furthermore provides the chairs of other tracks the opportunity to submit their manuscripts.

Track Chairs
Atreyi Kankanhalli, National University of Singapore, atreyi@comp.nus.edu.sg
Wolf Ketter, Rotterdam School of Management and University of Cologne, wketter@rsm.nl
Xitong Li, HEC Paris, lix@hec.fr
Shaila Miranda, University of Oklahoma, shailamiranda@ou.edu
Schedule

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2020
Monday, December 14th

After Bubble Busts: The Generalist-Specialist Tradeoff in IT Career Mobility Post Dotcom

Angela Lu, City University of Hong Kong
Yichao Xu, National University of Singapore
Chunmian Ge, South China University of Technology
Yulin Fang, City University of Hong Kong

Core and Peripheral Users and Social Movement Mobilization

Romilla Syed, UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS BOSTON
Leiser Silva, University of Houston

Digital Link and Return Predictability

Ning Jia, Tsinghua University
Yu Li, Tsinghua University
Arun Rai, Georgia State University
Sean Xin Xu, Tsinghua University
Zhitao Yin, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Interaction between Individual, Team and Organizational Competencies: A Multi-Level Framework for IT experts

TUBA BAKICI, Rennes School of Business
BASAK CANBOY, Toulouse business school

Pushing the Frontiers of Service Research – A Taxonomy of Proactive Services

Daniel Rau, Fraunhofer FIT
Luise-Henriette Perlitt, University of Bayreuth
Annette Wenninger, University of Bayreuth
Maximilian Roeglinger, University of Bayreuth

Recombination in Times of Pervasive Digitalization: A Review

Axel Hund, University of Bamberg

Resourcing for Large-Scale Mobilization: A Lesson from Singapore's Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Shi-Ying Lim, National University of Singapore
Chuan Hoo Tan, National University of Singapore

The Mechanisms of Mobile Gaming Addiction

Ha Eun Park, The University of Sydney
Barney Tan, The University of Sydney

The stickiness of scientific data

Laia Pujol Priego, Ramon Lull University
Jonathan Wareham, Ramon Lull University

Toward Uncovering Patterns of Certification Internalization

Malte Greulich, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Sebastian Lins, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Ali Sunyaev, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Towards a Typology of Ecosystem Roles in the Era of Digital Innovation – An Inductive Empirical Analysis

Marius Biedebach, University of Kassel
André Hanelt, University of Kassel