The conference theme of “Digitization for the next generation” challenges us as a community to look ahead. Although going digital is the new normal, technological advances and fundamental problems in our societies, such as the pandemic and climate change, call for research that takes us to the next generation of digitization. We invite you to join us from December 9-14th in Copenhagen for an in-person discussion on how information systems research can help us leverage opportunities for innovation, tackling grand challenges of our societies, and grappling with the effects of digital transformation. ICIS 2022 will bring bright minds of our community together to engage in forward thinking discussion on how to best contribute to research, business, and the society.

Track Co-Chairs;
Wai Fong Boh, Ph.D., Nanyang Technological University
Hanna Krasnova, Ph.D., Weizenbaum Institude for the Networked Society, Berlin, and University of Potsdam, Germany
Jacqueline Corbett, Ph.D., Université Laval


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Monday, December 12th
12:00 AM

Advancing the Smart Region Digital Twin: The Case of UNESCO GEOfood

Jose Monteiro, University of Coimbra
João Barata, University of Coimbra

12:00 AM

Becoming Sustainable Together: ESG Data Commons for Fintech Startups

Cancan Wang, IT University of Copenhagen
Carsten Østerlund, Syracuse University
Qiuyu Jiang, IT University of Copenhagen
Yvonne Dittrich, IT University of Copenhagen

12:00 AM

Designing a Virtual Reality Video for Disability Inclusion: An Action Design Research

Xinyue Zhang, University of New South Wales
Shan Pan, UNSW
Yenni Tim, UNSW Business School
Zixi Jiang, School of Marketing, UNSW Business School

12:00 AM

Digital Literacy for Business Leaders and Managers

Laurie Gagne-Pratte, Université de Sherbrooke
Elaine Mosconi, Université de Sherbrooke
Leandro Feitosa Jorge, Universite de Sherbrooke

12:00 AM

Early-age Digital Experience Helps Form IT Identity and Its Impact on Workplace Performance

Liping Chen, Guanghua School of Management
Minya Xu, Guanghua School of Management
Azadeh Savoli, Ieseg

12:00 AM

How Do Employees Perceive Digital Transformation and its Effects? A Theory of the Smart Machine Perspective

Richard Guse, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Scott Thiebes, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Phil Hennel, University of Cologne
Christoph Rosenkranz, University of Cologne
Ali Sunyaev, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

12:00 AM

How to Design More Empathetic Recommender Systems in Social Media

Lukas Bonenberger, Augsburg University of Applied Sciences
Valerie Graf-Drasch, University of Hohenheim
Julia Lanzl, University of Hohenheim

12:00 AM

Privacy Versioning for Competitive Advantage

José Parra-Moyano, Copenhagen Business School
Sameer Mehta, Erasmus University Rotterdam

12:00 AM

Raising Skepticisms on the Feasibility of Algorithmic Tacit Collusion

Songhee Kang, Software Policy Research Institute
Myung Ho Kim, Incheon Jaeneung University
Kibae Kim, KAIST

12:00 AM

The Business Value of Virtual Showrooms

Nasim Mousavi, Emory University
Sina Golara, Kennesaw State University
Subodha Kumar, Temple University
Jesse Bockstedt, Emory University

12:00 AM

Towards Learning at Scale for Everybody: Applying Action Research to Design an Upskilling Platform for Marginalized Adults

Margeret Hall, Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien
Alexandra E. Pavlakis, Southern Methodist University
Michelle Friend, University of Nebraska Omaha

12:00 AM

Under a Microscope: Examining the Impact of Digital Location Tracking in the Irish Police Force

Cliona Patricia McParland, Dublin City University
Regina Connolly, Dublin City University Business School
Otavio P. Sanchez, Fundacao Getulio Vargas - FGV
Deborah Compeau, Washington State University

12:00 AM

What Flows Through Data Infrastructures: Blockages, Bends, and Bottlenecks in Sharing Gender Data Between Institutions

Marta Stelmaszak, Portland State University
Erica Wagner, Portland State University

12:00 AM