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Date

Speaker

Paper

01/20 Dongwon Lee
Doctoral Student,
Carlson School of Mgmt,
University of Minnesota
 

Making Sense of Ignoring Cents: Price Points and Price Rigidity Under Rational Inattention

Note: Location at L-114
Joint session with Marketing

01/27 Alok Chaturvedi
Associate Prof/Dir of SEAS Lab, Krannert School,
Purdue University
 
SAMAS: Scalable Architecture for Multiscale Agent-based Simulation
02/03 Shariffah Zamoon
Doctoral Student,
Carlson School of Mgmt,
University of Minnesota
 
Ripped from the Headlines: What can Popular Press Teach us about Software Piracy?
02/10 Priscilla Arling
Doctoral Student,
Carlson School of Mgmt,
University of Minnesota

 
Leveraging Social Networks and Team Configuration to Enhance Knowledge Access in Distributed Teams
02/17 Bill Hardgrave
Associate Professor,
Walton College of Business, University of Arkansas
 
Does RFID Reduce Out of Stocks? A Preliminary Analysis
02/24 Andrew Odlyzko
Director,
Digital Technology Center,
University of Minnesota
 

A Refutation of Metcalfe's Law and a Better Estimate of the Value of Networks and Network Interconnections

The Decline of Unfettered Research

03/03 Steve Alter
Professor of IS
School of Bus & Mgmt,
Univ of San Francisco



Work System Theory - Toward a Theory of "Everything" Uniting Information Systems, Operations Management and Organizational Behavior
03/10 Paul Pavlou
Assistant Professor,
Anderson Grad School of Mgmt,
UC Riverside
 
Institutional Feedback Technologies in Online Marketplace: An Investigation of Feedback Text Comments, Trust, and Price Premiums
 
03/17

----- No Workshop due to Spring Break -----

03/24 Harrison McKnight
Assistant Professor,
Broad College of Business, Michigan State University


 
Using Expectation Disconfirmation Theory to Predict Technology Trust and Usage Continuance Intentions
03/31 Alan Dennis
Professor and Chair,
Kelley School of Business,
Indiana University


 
A Script for Group Development: Punctuated Equilibrium and the Stages Model
Note: Joint session with SMO
04/07 Naren Peddibhotla
Doctoral Student,
Carlson School of Mgmt,
University of Minnesota

 
Contributing to Public Document Repositories: A Critical Mass Theory Perspective
04/14 Greg Ramsey
Doctoral Student,
Carlson School of Mgmt,
University of Minnesota
 
Modeling Physician Decision Making in a Low Base-Rate World
04/21 Yoris Au
Assistant Professor,
College of Business,
UT San Antonio
 

A Rational Expectations Theory of Technology Adoption: Evidence from the Electronic Billing Industry
04/28 Detmar Straub
J. Mack Robinson Distinguished Professor of IS, Georgia State University

 

Strategic Dependence on the IT Resource: A Test of the Strategic Control Model
Note: Joint session with SMO

05/05

Jesse Bockstedt
Doctoral Student,
Carlson School of Mgmt,
University of Minnesota

Fred Riggins
Assistant Professor,
Carlson School of Mgmt,
University of Minnesota
 

Using Samples to Decrease Uncertainty when Pricing Experience Information Goods




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