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01/19 Jeffrey Hu
Assistant Professor,
Purdue University

(Presentation moved up to 11.30 am in CSOM 1-127)

Goodbye Pareto principle, hello long tail: The effect of search costs on the concentration of product sales
01/26 Faculty candidate presentation
02/02 Faculty candidate presentation
02/09 Faculty candidate presentation
02/16 Alok Gupta
Carlson School of Mgmt,
University of Minnesota
Predicting bidders' willingness to pay in online multi-unit ascending auctions: Analytical and empirical insights
02/23 Oliver Yao
Assistant Professor,
Lehigh University
Goodbye price dispersion? Evidence from transaction prices in electronic markets

Private network EDI vs. Internet electronic markets: A direct comparison of fulfillment performance

03/02 Viswanath Venkatesh
University of Arkansas

(Workshop cancelled due to the weather)

Coping with new digital networks: Understanding employee job performance using social network and support perspectives

03/09 Ram Gopal
University of Connecticut
The effect of digital sharing technologies on music markets: A survival analysis of albums on ranking charts

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

03/23 Susan Brown
Associate Professor,
University of Arizona
Expectation confirmation in technology adoption: An examination of six competing theoretical models
03/30 Mu Xia
Assistant Professor,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Unravel the drivers of online sharing communities: An empirical investigation
04/06 Faculty candidate presentation

(V. Sambamurthy's talk postponed to another semester)

04/13 John King
University of Michigan
Modern information infrastructure in the support of distributed collective practice in transport
04/20 Vidyanand Choudhary
Assistant Professor,
University of California, Irvine
Use of pricing schemes for differentiating information goods
04/27 Bob Zmud
University of Oklahoma
Value implications of IT outsourcing contextual characteristics

(Presentation slides  )

05/04 Eric Walden
Assistant Professor,
Texas Tech University
Standards development as transactions for bundles of intellectual property