Associate Editor: Min-Seok Pang

Temple University

Term: January 1, 2020 – December 31, 2021

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