Editorial Team


Michael D. Myers, University of Auckland, New Zealand ( email)
information systems discipline; social and organizational aspects of information systems
[preferred: qualitative methods]


Kieran Conboy, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland ( email)
artificial intelligence; analytics; control theory; large scale development; temporality; time
[preferred: qualitative methods]

Senior Editors

Michel Avital, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
blockchain technology; creativity support systems; decentralized organization; generative interfaces; IT-induced innovation; innovation
Raquel Benbunan-Fich , Baruch College, City University of New York, USA
human-computer interaction; online learning; usability; user behavior
Jose Benitez , Kent State University, USA
business value of IT; digital transformation; IT and mergers and acquisitions; IT-enabled organizational capabilities
[preferred: quantitative research]

Alexander Benlian, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
algorithmic management; dark and bright sides of IT adoption and use; digital business models and IT entrepreneurship; digital nudging (human-computer interaction)
Lemuria Carter, University of Sydney Business School, Australia
digital government/e-government; technology adoption; information privacy and security; IS for sustainability
[preferred: survey-based research]
Jyoti Choudrie, University of Hertfordshire, UK
adoption, use and diffusion of ICT; digital inclusion; older adults and innovative technologies; information security; digital/ e-government; e-commerce; human computer interaction evaluation; ICT based organisational change; online social networks; artificial intelligence and social aspects; e-health; business value of IT
[preferred: qualitative methods; quantitative SEM approaches]
Crispin Coombs, Loughborough University, UK
artificial intelligence; automation; IS benefits realisation; IS implementation; robotics
[preferred: qualitative methods]

Sirkka Jarvenpaa, University of Texas at Austin, USA
algorithmic decision making; collaboration; digital entrepreneurship; experiments; innovation; inter-organizational; virtual work
[preferred: qualitative methods]

Allen C Johnston, The University of Alabama, USA
deterrence; it adoption; information security; persuasive communications; privacy protection motivation; experimental design; mixed method design
Matthew Jones, University of Cambridge, UK
relationship between IS and social and organisational change; social theory; social/organisational aspects of IS; societal aspects of IS; theoretical and methodological issues in is research
[preferred: qualitative methods]

Iris Junglas, College of Charleston, USA
IS methodology; IS philosophy; business analytics; technology innovation
Sabine Matook, University of Queensland, Australia
agile ISD; agile methods; IT artefacts; IT project management; relationship science; social media; case study
Patrick Mikalef, NTNU, Norway
big data analytics; business value of IT; dynamic capabilities; information systems strategy
[preferred: quantitative; fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis]

Ojelanki Ngwenyama, Ryerson University, Canada
digitalization; implementation management; philosophy
[preferred: critical social science]
Kweku-Muata Osei-Bryson, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA
cyber-security; data analytics; data science; decision support & expert systems; ICT for development
Shirish C Srivastava, HEC Paris, France
e-government and IT in public sector; services offshoring and outsourcing; technology enabled innovation, collaboration and opensource software;
technology in emerging economies

Virpi Kristiina Tuunainen, Aalto University, School of Business, Finland
applications of AI; business models; business value of ICT; consumer use of ICT; digital innovations; digital platforms; ICT enabled services
[preferred: qualitative methods]
Tuure Tuunanen, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
cyber physical services; cybernization; cybernized services; design science research; digital innovations; digital services; digitalization; IS development; service science
[preferred: design science research; qualitative methods]

Associate Editors

Chon Abraham, The College of William & Mary, USA
cybersecurity risk management; grounded theory; IS implementation; IS and organizational change; IS in the healthcare domain; security
Edward Bernroider, Vienna University, Austria
adoption and diffusion of IT; ICT based organizational innovation; IS and organizational change; IS planning & strategy; IT governance, risk and control; project management
Shalini Chandra, S P Jain School of Global Management, Singapore
technology enabled innovation; new collaborative technologies; adoption and acceptance of new technologies; dark side of technology; trust
[preferred: survey-based research; mixed methods]
Leona Chandra Kruse, University of Liechtenstein, Liechtenstein
IS for sustainability; affective computing; human-centered design; multisensory design
[preferred: design principles; design research; design science research]
Cecil Eng Huang Chua, Missouri University of Science & Technology, USA
projects; software development; behavior control theory
[preferred: qualitative research; group-level research]
Karlene Cousins, Florida International University, USA
remote/virtual work; adoption, use, and impacts of emerging technology; cryptocurrency and blockchain adoption and use; IS in the healthcare domain; IS legislation and regulation
[preferred: qualitative research; grounded theory]

Kevin Craig, Auburn University, USA
blockchain; identity theory; resistance to technology
[preferred: quantitative methods]
Paul Di Gangi, University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA
information security; security behaviours; privacy; social influence; crowdsourcing; gig economy; online communities
[preferred: mixed-methods design, survey-based research, case study, structural equation modeling, thematic analysis]

Anna Essén, House of Innovation, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden
digital health care; digital health platforms; organizational blindness/ignoring; digital infrastructures;
[preferred: qualitative research]

Emma Forsgren, University of Leeds, UK
activity theory; collaboration; digital platforms; digital transformation; knowledge work; social media
[preferred: qualitative methods]

Robert Gleasure, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
crowdfunding; crowdsourcing; design science; neuroIS
Daniel Gozman, University of Sydney, Australia
Kazem Haki , Geneva School of Business Administration (HES-SO, HEG Genève), Switzerland
digital platforms; platform ecosystems; enterprise architecture; complex adaptive systems
[preferred: qualitative research; simulation-based experiments]

Ciara Heavin, University College Cork
digital health; health IS; ICT4D; knowledge management; small and medium sized enterprises; eHealth; mHealth in developing countries
[preferred: qualitative methods]

Karin Hedström, Örebro University, Sweden
e-government/IT in the public sector; security management; socio-theoretical perspectives on IS
[preferred: qualitative methods]
Eli Hustad, University of Agder, Norway
Claire Ingram Bogusz, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden
organizational change; blockchain; institutional theory; open source communities
[preferred: qualitative methods]

Tabitha James, Virginia Tech., USA
online social networks; privacy & security; wearables & fitness technologies
Stan Karanasios, The University of Queensland, Australia
Evangelos Katsamakas, Fordham University, USA
complex systems and IS; IS economics; network effects; platforms; simulation; system dynamics; systems thinking
Hanna Krasnova, Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society, Germany; University of Potsdam, Germany
social media, human-computer interaction, privacy, well-being, gender, culture, societal implications
[preferred: quantitative and qualitative research methods, e.g. structural equation modeling, grounded theory]
Lesley Land, UNSW, Australia
acceptance and use of technology by individuals and organizations; consulting; IS security; identity fraud; misuse of information systems
Peter Meso , Florida Gulf Coast University, USA
digital transformation; analytics & data management; IS Architecting; ICT4D
[preferred: quantitative research]
Tobias Mettler, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
affordance theory; design science; digital transformation; e-government; e-health; internet of things; mixed methods research; wearables
[preferred: pragmatic research]

Jyoti Mishra, University of Leeds, UK
circular economy; green IT; information sharing in inter-organisation; sustainability and ICT; technology use in organisations
[preferred: qualitative methods]
Rohit Nishant, Universite Laval, Canada
artificial intelligence; green IT/IS; digital sustainability; business value of IT; emerging technologies
[preferred: quantitative research]
Balasubramaniam Ramesh, Georgia State University, USA
PK Senyo, University of Southampton, UK
AI, fintech, financial inclusion, ICT4D, platform ecosystems
[preferred: qualitative research]
Anuragini Shirish, IMT Business School, France
digital workplace; humanistic implications of technology; digital health and wellbeing; fake news; virtual teams; technostress and coping; technology adoption and use; AI-human interaction; design thinking; legal and policy issues
[preferred methods: quantitative survey method; qualitative interviews and focus groups; mixed methods]
Matthias Söllner, University of Kassel, Germany
trust; technology-mediated learning; design science research; smart personal assistants; hybrid intelligence
[preferred: design science research; quantitative methods]

Paul Tallon, Loyola University, USA
business value of IT; IT strategy; information governance; strategic IS; strategic management of IS/IT; structural equation modelling (SEM)
Yenni Tim, University of New South Wales, Australia
action design research; digital resilience; digital social innovation
[preferred: design science; qualitative research]

Xiaofeng Wang, University of Bolzano, Italy
agile methods; agile project management; digital entrepreneurship; innovation
[preferred: qualitative methods]
Michael Wessel, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
artificial intelligence; digital business; digital entrepreneurship; digital platforms; digital services; e-commerce; platform governance
[preferred: quantitative methods]

Eoin Whelan, NUI Galway, Ireland
gamification; media psychology; social media; neuroIS; misinformation; technostress
Manuel Wiesche, TU Dortmund, Germany
IT workforce, platform ecosystems, digital service innovation
[preferred: grounded theory methodology, case studies]

Gamel Wiredu, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, Ghana
digital innovation; mobile platforms; strategic information systems; systems development; ubiquitous computing; virtual teams
[preferred: qualitative methods]
Jonathan Hua Ye , University of Oklahoma, USA
digital innovation, crowdsourcing, digital business models
[preferred: quantitative research: survey, archival data analysis]
Efpraxia Zamani, Information School, University of Sheffield, UK
implications of IT, technology and inequalities, post-adoption behaviour, remote work
[preferred: qualitative research]

Aljona Zorina, IESEG School of Management, France

Managing Editor

Jong Seok Lee, University of Tennessee, USA
software development; project management; decision making
[preferred: quantitative methods]

Editors Emeriti

Pär J. Ågerfalk, Uppsala University, Sweden
Richard Baskerville, Georgia State University, USA
Frantz Rowe, University of Nantes, France
Dov Te’eni, Tel Aviv University, Israel