Associate Editor: Min-Seok Pang

Temple University

Term: January 1, 2020 – December 31, 2021

Reviewer of the Year, 2015

Research interests

My overarching research interests pertain to strategic, organizational, and public policy issues related to creating value with information systems. Topics that I have worked on include (but are not limited to) the following:
  • Strategic IT management
  • IT-enabled public policies and electronic governments
  • Information security
  • Digital innovation and entrepreneurship
  • Digital platforms
  • Healthcare information technologies
  • IT labor
In conducting my research on the above topics, I have drawn on theories from a variety of disciplines including:
  • Strategic management and organizational theory
  • Public policy and administration
  • Political sciences
  • Public and urban economics
  • Operations management
  • Criminology

Research Methodologies

I am well versed with
  • Econometrics
  • Analytical modeling

In my empirical work, I have employed research designs primarily based on panel datasets from secondary sources.


  • I welcome interdisciplinary research that makes a significant contribution to information systems.
  • I also welcome papers that leverage IS knowledge to theorize the transformative role of IT in government, public policy, and society at large, beyond the business sector.
  • In addition to empirical and analytical-modeling work, I am comfortable handling Theory and Review submissions


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