Big XII+ MIS SYMPOSIUM PROGRAM SCHEDULE

Friday, March 30, 2012: Reception at the Renaissance Hotel, Richardson (6 – 8pm)

Location: Lower-level Atrium, 900 E. Lookout Drive, Richardson, Texas 75082.


DAY ONE: Saturday, March 31, 2012
TIME Room: 1.110 Room: 1.102

7:30 – 8:30 am

REGISTRATION AND BREAKFAST (Atrium, Jindal School of Management)

8:30 – 9:00 am

Symposium Co-chairs Welcome
Opening Remarks (Davidson Auditorium): Dean Hasan Pirkul

9:00 – 9:45 am

Keynote Address – Davidson Auditorium
Professor Andrew Whinston, Hugh Roy Cullen Centennial Chair in Business Administration
McCombs School of Business, The University of Texas at Austin
Topic: “Some Things to Think About.”

9:45 – 10:00 am

COFFEE BREAK

10:00 – Noon

1A: Social Media
Session Chair: Jianqin Chen, UT Dallas

Content contribution in social media.
Presenter: Qian Tang, UT Austin
Discussant: Jianqin Chen, UT Dallas

Information Sharing in Social Networks: Privacy, Trust, and Fear of Social Exclusion.
Presenter: Bryan Hammer, Univ. of Arkansas
Discussant: Harpreet Singh, UT Dallas

Social Encounters with Company Issued Mobile Devices.
Presenter: Patrick Curry, Baylor University
Discussant: Pankaj Setia, Univ. of Arkansas

1B: Behavioral IS Research
Session Chair: Terrie Shaft, Univ. of Oklahoma

Mobile Application Design in Cross-channel Commerce: The effect of perceived design compatibility on user retention.
Presenter: Jungwan Kim, Texas Tech
Discussant: Matt Jensen, Univ. of Oklahoma

Challenging Communication: Why Medium Matters.
Presenter: Amber Young, Univ. of Oklahoma
Discussant: Cath Oh, UT Dallas

Antecedents to Stigma: Factors That Diminish IT Value.
Presenter: Rene Moquin, Baylor University
Discussant: Jason Nichols, Oklahoma State University

Noon – 1:30 pm

LUNCH (Faculty Dining Hall, Student Union Building, UT Dallas)

1:45 – 3:00 pm

Industry Panel – Davidson Auditorium
Topic: Data-driven Analytics: Bridging Academic Research with Industry
Panelists: Edward Marx (CIO, Texas Health Resources); John Hagen (Director, American Airlines);
Mark Cauwels (Senior Director, IT in Financial Services)
Moderator: Vijay Mookerjee (UT Dallas)

3:00 – 3:15 pm

COFFEE BREAK

3:15 – 5:15 pm

2A: E-commerce
Session Chair: Young Ryu, UT Dallas

Online Product Reviews: Implications for Retailers and Competing Manufacturers.
Presenter: Young Kwark, UT Dallas
Discussant: Zhangxi Lin, Texas Tech

The Effect of Interactivity on Outcome Expectations and Confidence in Computer Supported Task Environments.
Presenter: Kay Lee, Univ. of Kansas
Discussant: Nicholas Romano, Oklahoma State Univ.

2B: Data Mining
Session Chair: Surya Yadav, Texas Tech Univ.

Data Mining: A tool for enhancing objective ranking mechanisms.
Presenter: Daniel Assamoah, Oklahoma State Univ.
Discussant: Zhengrui Jiang, Iowa State University

Information Inaccuracy due to Theft in Production-Inventory Systems.
Presenter: Amir Hasan Zadeh, Oklahoma State Univ.
Discussant: Gregory Heim, Texas A&M Univ.

Symposium Dinner: NTX Banquet Center & Automotive Museum, 6 – 9:30pm

Location: Castle Room, 677 West Campbell Road, Richardson, TX 75080


DAY TWO: Sunday, April 1, 2012
TIME

Room: 1.110

Room: 1.102

7:30 – 8:30 am

BREAKFAST (Atrium, Jindal School of Management)

8:30  – 10:30 am

3A: Economics of Information Systems
Session Chair: Xianjun Geng, UT Dallas

The Incumbency Protection Power of Network Effects: Hype or Reality.
Presenter: Rajiv Mukherjee, UT Austin
Discussant: Xianjun Geng, UT Dallas

Role Refinement in ERP Systems.
Presenter: Hao Xia, UT Dallas
Discussant: Elahe Javadi, Univ. of Arkansas

Predicting Seller Creditworthiness in B2B Marketplaces: An empirical study about Alibaba.com.
Presenter: Roozmehr Safi, Texas Tech University
Discussant: Bin Gu, UT Austin

3B: Privacy and Trust
Session Chair: Andrew Chen, Univ. of Kansas

A Dynamic Model of the Trust Basis of DSS Usage.
Presenter: Mike Ellis, Univ. of Kansas
Discussant: Nikunj Dalal, Oklahoma State University

Longitudinal View of Stop Online Privacy Act (SOPA).
Presenter: Sung Won Kim, Univ. of Oklahoma
Discussant: Dursun Delen, Oklahoma State University

It Takes Two to Tango: A Two-sided TPB Model of Fraud.
Presenter: Andrew Harrison, Iowa State University
Discussant: Terrie Shaft, Univ. of Oklahoma

 

10:30 – 10:45 am

COFFEE BREAK

10:45 am – Noon

ACADEMIC PANEL
Topic: The Future of IS Research: The Next Decade
Panelists: Fred Davis (Univ. of Arkansas); Sumit Sarkar (UT Dallas); Ramesh Sharda (Oklahoma State University); Robert Zmud (Univ. of Oklahoma)
Moderator: Varghese Jacob (UT Dallas)

Noon – 12:15 pm

SYMPOSIUM CLOSING REMARKS: Indranil Bardhan & Syam Menon

12:15 pm – 1:30 pm

BOXED LUNCH (Atrium, Jindal School of Management)