Research Overview | LSU Stephenson Department of Entrepreneurship & Information Systems

Research

 

Researchers in the realms of entrepreneurship and information systems seek to improve understanding of complex entrepreneurial issues and improve innovative, data-driven decisions that lead to operational efficiency and innovation. E. J. Ourso College of Business faculty researchers examine a number of topics including acceptance of new technology, analytics, data mining, decision analysis, e-Commerce, emerging markets and technologies, entrepreneurial opportunities, highway safety, outsourcing, product quality, supply chain management and software inspection.

Selected SDEIS Journal Articles

  • Chen, Y. S. (2019). E-Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Franchising. International Journal of E-Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 9(1), 1-12.
  • Chen, Y. S. (2019). Virtual Communities and Social Networking in Franchising. International Journal of Virtual Communities and Social Networking, 10(4), 33-44.
  • Chen, Y. S. (2018). An Interactive Platform for Sustainable Supply Chains. International Journal of Interactive Communication Systems and Technologies, 8(2), 56-73.
  • Chen, Y. S. (2018). Utilizing Information Technology in Senior Care Franchises. International Journal of Computers in Clinical Practice, 3(2), 48-62.
  • Chen, Y. S. (2016). Franchise Innovation via Netchising in the Digital Economy. International Journal of Innovation in the Digital Economy, 7(3), 53-64.
  • Chang, L., Chen, Y. S., and Liu, H. (2015). Explaining Innovation in Tourism-Retailing Contexts by Appling Simon's Sciences of the Artificial. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Technology.
  • Chen, Y. S., Watson, E., Cornacchione, E., and Azevedo, R. (2013). Flying High, Landing Soft : An Innovative Entrepreneurial Curriculum for Chinese SMEs Going Abroad. Journal of Chinese Entrepreneurship.
  • Teng, C., Tseng, F., Chen, Y. S., and Wu, S. (2012). Online Gamer Misbehaviors and Their Adverse Impacts on Other Gamers. Online Information Review, 36(3).
  • Chen, Y. S., Watson, E., and Azevedo, R. Ferreira Leitao (2011). Soft Landings Curriculum of U.S.-China Entrepreneurship. China Currents, 10(2).
  • Chun, Y. H. (2020). Information Economics Approach to the Performance Evaluation of Error-prone Internal Auditors. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 71(2), 264-279.
  • Chun, Y. H (2019). Generalized Run Tests for Statistical Process Control. Journal of Applied Statistics, 46(12), 2164-2179.
  • Chun, Y. H (2019). Imperfect Inspection with Directional Information: A General Failure Rate Model. Journal of Quality Technology, 51(3), 300-313.
  • Chun, Y. H. (2016). Designing Repetitive Screening Procedures with Imperfect Inspections: An Empirical Bayes Approach. European Journal of Operational Research, 253(3), 639-647.
  • Chun, Y. H. (2016). Improved Method of Estimating the Product Quality After Multiple Inspections. International Journal of Production Research, 54(19), 5686-5696.
  • Chun, Y. H. (2015). Multi-attribute Sequential Decision Problem with Optimizing and Satisficing Attributes. European Journal of Operational Research, 243, 224-232.
  • Chun, Y. H. (2012). Monte Carlo Analysis of Estimation Methods for the Prediction of Customer Response Patterns in Direct Marketing. European Journal of Operational Research, 217, 673~678.
  • Chun, Y. H. (2010). Bayesian Inspection Model for the Production Process Subject to a Random Failure. IIE Transactions, 42, 304-316.
  • Chun, Y. H. (2009). Improving Product Quality by Multiple Inspections: Prior and Posterior Planning of Serial Inspection Procedures. IIE Transactions, 42, 631-842.
  • Chun, Y. H. (2008). Bayesian Analysis of the Sequential Inspection Plan via the Gibbs Sampler. Operations Research, 56, 235-246.
  • Chun, Y. H. (2008). Economic Optimization of Off-Line Inspection Procedures with Inspection Errors. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 59, 863-870.
  • Chun, Y. H. and Sumichrast, R. T. (2007). Bayesian Inspection Model with the Negative Binomial Prior in the Presence of Inspection Errors. European Journal Of Operational Research, 182, 1188-1202.
  • Chun, Y. H. and Sumichrast, R. T. (2006). A Rank-based Approach to the Sequential Selection and Assignment Problem. European Journal Of Operational Research, 174, 1338-1344.
  • Chun, Y. H. (2006). Estimating the Number of Undetected Software Errors via the Correlated Capture-Recapture Model. European Journal Of Operational Research, 175, 1180-1192.
  • Chun, Y. H. and Sumichrast, R. T. (2005). Estimating the Market Shares of Stores Based on the Shopper's Search and Purchase Behavior. European Journal Of Operational Research, 166, 576-592.
  • Chun, Y. H. (2005). Serial Inspection Plan in the Presence of Inspection Errors: Maximum likelihood and Maximum Entropy Approaches. Quality Engineering, 17, 627-632.
  • Chun, Y. H. (2004). Generalized Best Choice Problem Based on the Information Economics Approach. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 55, 988-999.
  • Chun, Y. H. (2003). Optimal Pricing and Ordering Policies for Perishable Commodities. European Journal Of Operational Research, 144, 68-82.
  • Chun, Y. H., Plante, R., and Schneider, H. (2002). Buying and Selling an Asset Over the Finite Time Horizon: A Non-parametric Approach. European Journal of Operational Research, 136, 106-120.
  • Chun, Y. H. (2001). Optimal Partitioning of Groups in Selecting the Best Choice. Computers and Operations Research, 28, 1367-1386.
  • Chun, Y. H. (2000). A Nonparametric Control Chart for a Symmetric Process: A Markovian Approach. Quality Engineering, 12, 447-461.
  • Chun, Y. H. (2000). Optimal Trading of an Asset in the Open Market: A Dynamic Programming Approach. INFOR Journal for Canadian Operational Research Society, 38, 319-335.
  • Chun, Y. H. (2000). Sequential Search and Selection Problem Under Uncertainty. Decision Sciences, 31, 627-648.
  • Chun, Y. H. and Tang, K. (1999). Cost Analysis of Two-attribute Warranty Policies Based on the Product Usage Rate. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 46, 201-209.
  • Chun, Y. H. (1999). On the Information Economics Approach to the Generalized Game Show Problem. American Statistician, 53(1), 43-51.
  • Chun, Y. H. (1999). Selecting the Best Choice in the Full Information Group Interview Problem. European Journal of Operational Research, 119, 635-651.
  • Chun, Y. H. and Rinks, D. B. (1998). Three Types of the Producer's and Consumer's Risks in the Single Sampling Plan. Journal of Quality Technology, 30, 254-268.
  • Chun, Y. H., Moskowitz, H., and Plante, R. (1997). Single Threshold Selection Strategy in the Group Interview Problem. INFOR Journal for Canadian Operational Research Society, 35, 157-169.
  • Chun, Y. H. (1996). On the Rank-Based Selection Strategy for the Group Interview Problem. Decision Sciences, 27, 801-816.
  • Chun, Y. H. (1996). Rank-Based Selection Strategies for the Random Walk Process. European Journal Of Operational Research, 96, 417-427.
  • Chun, Y. H. (1996). Selecting the Best Choice in the Weighted Secretary Problem. European Journal Of Operational Research, 92, 135-147.
  • Chun, Y. H. and Tang, K. (1995). Determining the Optimal Warranty Price Based on the Producer's and Customers' Risk Preferences. European Journal of Operational Research, 85, 97-110.
  • Chun, Y. H., Moskowitz, H., and Plante, R. (1995). Sequencing a Set of Alternatives Under Time Constraints. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 46, 1133-1144.
  • Moskowitz, H. and Chun, Y. H. (1994). A Poisson Regression Model for the Two-attribute Warranty Policies. Naval Research Logistics, 41, 355-376.
  • Chun, Y. H., Moskowitz, H., and Plante, R. (1994). Dynamic Programming Formulation of the Group Interview Problem with a General Utility Function. European Journal of Operational Research, 78, 81-92.
  • Moskowitz, H., Plante, R., and Chun, Y. H. (1994). Effect of Process Failure Mechanisms on Economic X-bar Control Charts. IIE Transactions, 26, 12-21.
  • Moskowitz, H., Plante, R., and Chun, Y. H. (1994). Effect of Quality Loss Functions on the Economic Design of X-bar Process Control Charts. European Journal of Operational Research, 72, 333-349.
  • Chun, Y. H. (1994). Sequential Decisions Under Uncertainty in the R&D Project Selection Problem. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 41, 404-413.
  • Chun, Y. H., Moskowitz, H., and Plante, R. (1993). Optimal Selection Strategy for the Group Interview Problem. Decision Sciences, 24, 295-314.
  • Chun, Y. H. (1992). On the Optimal Sequential Selection in Capital Budgeting. Financial Management, 21, 18-19.
  • Chun, Y. H. and Platt, M. (1992). On the Sequential Selection Problem. Decision Sciences, 23, 1251-1262.
  • Levy, M., Hirschheim, R., and Lanamaki, A.. Robust Action Strategies in a Connected Unequal World: Revisiting American Pragmatism for Social Justice-Focused Research in Information Systems. Communications of AIS.
  • Schwarz, C., Hirschheim, R., Black, B., and Burleson, J. (2019). Outsourcing Success in the Eye of the Beholder: Examining the Impact of Expectation Confirmation Theory on IT Outsourcing. Information and Management.
  • Hirschheim, R. (2019). Against Theory With Apologies to Feyerabend. Journal of Association of Information Systems, 20(9), 1338-1355.
  • Hovorka, D., Rowe, F., Markus, L., Jarvenpaa, S., Swanson, E., Lacity, M., Burton-Jones, A., Venkatesh, V., and Hirschheim, R. (2019). Scholarly Commentaries on Hirschheim's 'Against Theory'. Journal of the Association for Information Systems (JAIS), 20(9), 1356-1387.
  • Baham, C. Wayne, Hirschheim, R., Calderon, A., and Kisseka, V. (2017). An Agile Methodology for the Disaster Recovery of Information Systems under Catastrophic Scenarios. Journal of Management Information Systems, 34(3), 633-663.
  • Love, J. and Hirschheim, R. (2017). Crowdsourcing of Information Systems Research. European Journal of Information Systems, 26(3), 315-332.
  • Baham, C. Wayne, Calderon, A., and Hirschheim, R. (2017). Applying a Layered Framework to Disaster Recovery. Communications of AIS, 40(12), 277 293.
  • Lanamaki, A., Poora, J., and Hirschheim, R. (2017). A Call to Write the Nordic Information Systems Research Field History - Viewing 'The Scandinavian Way' Through a Career Retrospectives Len. Scandinavian Journal of IS, 29(1), 3-18.
  • Love, J. Alec and Hirschheim, R. (2016). Reflections on Information Systems Journal's thematic composition. Information Systems Journal, 26(1), 21 38.
  • Love, J. Alec, Hirschheim, R., and George, B. (2014). Concerns of the Information Systems Discipline: Business School Deans Versus IS Academics. DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems, 45(4), 8-29.
  • George, B., Hirschheim, R., and von Stetten, A. (2014). Through the Lens of Social Capital: A Research Agenda for Studying IT Outsourcing. Strategic Outsourcing, 7(2), 107-134.
  • Porra, J., Hirschheim, R., and Parks, M. (2014). The Historical Research Method and Information Systems Research. Journal of Association of Information Systems, 15(9).
  • Schwarz, A., Chin, W., Hirschheim, R., and Schwarz, C. E. (2014). Towards a Process-Based View of Information Technology Acceptance. Journal of Information Technology, 29(1), 73-96.
  • Fischer, T., Huber, T., Dibbern, J., and Hirschheim, R. (2014). A Process-Theory of Complementarity and Substitution of Contractual and Relational Governance. Journal of Management Information Systems, 30(3), 81-114.
  • Lu, B., Hirschheim, R., and Schwarz, A. (2013). Examining the Antecedent Factors of Online Microsourcing. Information Systems Frontiers, , 1-17.
  • Kagner, E., Carmel, E., Hirschheim, R., and Olsen, T. (2013). Managing the Human Cloud. Sloan Management Review MIT, 54(2), 23-32.
  • McKay, J., Marshall, P., and Hirschheim, R. (2012). The Design Construct in Information Systems Design Science. Journal of Information Technology, 27, 125-139.
  • Hirschheim, R., Saunders, C., and Straub, D. (2012). Historical Interpretations of the IS Discipline: An Introduction to the Special Issue. Journal of Association of Information Systems, 13(4), i-viii.
  • Hirschheim, R. and Klein, H. K. (2012). A Glorious and Not-So-Short History of the Information Systems Field. Journal of Association of Information Systems, 13(4), 1-48.
  • Hirschheim, R., Pena, S., and Murungi, D. Murithi (2012). Witty Invention or Dubious Fad? Using Argument Mapping to Examine the Contours of Management Fashion. Information and Organization, 22(1), 60-84.
  • Hirschheim, R., Lyytinen, K., and Myers, M. (2011). Special issue on the Kleinian approach to information system research foreword. European Journal of Information Systems, 20(4), 418-421.
  • Welke, R., Hirschheim, R., and Schwarz, A. (2011). Service Oriented Architecture Maturity. IEEE Computer, 44(2), 66-72.
  • Hirschheim, R. and Newman, M. (2010). Houston we've had a problem . Offshoring, IS employment and the IS Discipline: Perception is not reality. Journal of Information Technology, 25(4), 1-15.
  • Hirschheim, R., Welke, R., and Schwarz, A. (2010). Service Oriented Architecture: Myths, Realities and a Maturity Model. MIS Quarterly Executive, 9(1), 203-213.
  • Schwarz, A., Jayatilaka, B., Hirschheim, R., and Goles, T. (2009). A Conjoint Approach to Understanding IT Application Sourcing. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 10(10).
  • Hirschheim, R. (2009). Offshoring and the New World Order. Communications of the ACM, 52(11).
  • Schwarz, A., Jayatilaka, B., Hirschheim, R., and Goles, T. (2009). A Conjoint Approach to Understanding IT Application Outsourcing. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 10(10), 748-781.
  • Hirschheim, R. and Lyytinen, K. (2009). To the memory of our friend and colleague Heinz K. Klein. Information and Organization, 19(1), 59-62.
  • Lee, J., Huynh, M., and Hirschheim, R. (2008). An Integrative Model of Trust on IT Outsourcing: Examining a Bilateral Perspective. Information Systems Frontiers, 10(2), 145-164.
  • Klein, H. K and Hirschheim, R. (2008). The Structure of the IS Discipline Reconsidered: Implications and Reflections from a Community of Practice Perspective. Information and Organization, 18(4), 280-302.
  • Hirschheim, R. (2008). Some Guidelines for the Critical Reviewing of Conceptual Papers. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 9(8), 432-441.
  • Mehta, M. and Hirschheim, R. (2007). Strategic Alignment in Mergers and Acquisitions: Theorizing IS Integration Decision-Making. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 8(3), 143-174.
  • Porra, J. and Hirschheim, R. (2007). A Lifetime of Theory and Action on the Ethical Use of Computers - A Dialogue with Enid Mumford. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 8(9), 467-478.
  • Silva, L. and Hirschheim, R. (2007). Fighting Against Windmills: Strategic Information Systems and Organizational Deep Structures. MISQ, 31(2), 327-354.
  • Jayatilaka, B., Schwarz, A., and Hirschheim, R. (2003). Determinants of ASP Choice: an Integrated Perspective. European Journal of Information Systems, 12(3), 210-224.
  • Jaskiewicz, P., Neubaum, D., DeMassis, A., and Holt, D. T.. The adulthood of family business research through inbound and outbound theorizing. Family Business Review.
  • Dou, J., Su, E., Li, E., and Holt, D. T.. Transgenerational entrepreneurship in entrepreneurial families: What is explicitly learned and what is successfully transferred?.
  • McLarty, B. and Holt, D. T. (2019). A bright side to family firms: How socioemotional wealth importance affects dark traits-job performance relationships. Family Business Review, 32(4), 378 395.
  • Soleimonof, S., Singh, K., and Holt, D. T. (2019). Micro-foundations of corporate entrepreneurship in family firms: An institution-based perspective. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 43(2), 274-281.
  • Sanchez-Ruiz, P., Daspit, J. J., Holt, D. T., and Rutherford, M. (2019). Understanding variation in families: An empirically derived taxonomy of family firms. Family Business Review, 32(2), 131-153.
  • Holt, D. T., Pearson, A. W., Payne, G. T., and Sharma, P. (2018). Family business as a boundary spanning platform. Family Business Review, 31(1), 14-31.
  • Holt, D. T., Pearson, A. W., Carr, J. C., and Barnett, T. (2017). Family Firm(s) Outcomes model: Structuring financial and non-financial outcomes across the family and firm. Family Business Review, 30(2), 182-202.
  • Holt, D. T., Madison, K., and Kellermanns, F. W. (2017). Variance in family members' assessments: The importance of dispersion modeling in family firm research. Family Business Review, 30(1), 61-83.
  • Chrisman, J. J. and Holt, D. T. (2016). Beyond socioemotional wealth: Taking another step toward a theory of the family firm. Management Research, The Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management, 14(3), 279-287.
  • Daspit, J. J., Holt, D. T., Chrisman, J. J., and Long, R. G. (2016). Examining family firm succession from a social exchange perspective: A multi-phase, multi-stakeholder review. Family Business Review, 29(1), 44-64.
  • Holt, D. T., Markova, G., Dhaenens, A., Marler, L. E., and Heilmann, S. G. (2016). Formal or informal mentoring: What drives employees to seek informal mentors?. Journal of Managerial Issues, 28(1-2), 67-83.
  • Hammond, N., Pearson, A. W., and Holt, D. T. (2016). The quagmire of legacy in family firms: Definition and implications of family and family firm legacy orientations. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 40(6), 1209-1231.
  • Holt, D. T. and Daspit, J. J. (2015). Diagnosing innovation readiness in family firms. California Management Review, 58(1), 82--96.
  • Madison, K., Holt, D. T., Kellermanns, F. W., and Ranft, A. L. (2015). Viewing family firm behavior and governance through the lens of agency and stewardship theories. Family Business Review, 29(1), 65-93.
  • Holt, D. (2014). Corporate Entrepreneurship Assessment Instrument. 3(3rd ed.).
  • Holt, D. and Pearson, A. W (2014). Family--Power, Experience, and Culture (F-PEC) Scale. 3(3rd ed.).
  • Hornsby, J. S., Kuratko, D. F., Holt , D. T., and Wales, W. J. (2013). Assessing a measurement of organizational preparedness for corporate entrepreneurship. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 30(5), 937--955.
  • Holt, D. T. and Vardaman, J. M. (2013). Toward a comprehensive understanding of readiness for change: The case for an expanded conceptualization. Journal of Change Management, 13(1), 9--18.
  • Chrisman, J. J., McMullan, W. E., Ring, J. K., and Holt, D. T. (2012). Counseling assistance, entrepreneurship education, and new venture performance. Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy, 1(1), 63--83.
  • Schurer Lambert, L., Tepper, B. J., Carr, J. C., Holt, D. T., and Barelka, A. J. (2012). Forgotten but not gone: An examination of fit between leader consideration and initiating structure needed and received. Journal of Applied Psychology, 97(5), 913-930.
  • Holt, D. T. (2012). Strategic decisions within family firms: Understanding the controlling family's receptivity to internationalization. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 36(6), 1145-1151.
  • Holt, D. T., Rutherford, M. W., and Kuratko, D. F. (2010). Advancing the field of family business research: Further testing the measurement properties of the F-PEC. Family Business Review, 23(1), 76-89.
  • Holt, D. T., Helfrich, C. D., Hall, C. G., and Weiner, B. J. (2010). Are you ready? How health professionals can comprehensively conceptualize readiness for change. Journal of general internal medicine, 25(Supplement 1), 50-55.
  • Cole, M. S., Bernerth, J., Walter, F., and Holt, D. T. (2010). Organizational justice and individuals' withdrawal: Unlocking the influence of emotional exhaustion. Journal of Management Studies, 47(3), 367--390.
  • Holt, D. T. and Jung, H. (2008). Development of a Korean version of a core self-evaluations scale. Psychological Reports, 103(2), 415-425.
  • Heilmann, S. G., Holt, D. T., and Rilovick, C. Y. (2008). Effects of career plateauing on turnover: A Test of a Model. Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, 15(1), 59-68.
  • Rutherford, M. W., Kuratko, D. F., and Holt, D. T. (2008). Examining the link between familiness and performance: Can the F-PEC untangle the family business theory jungle?. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 32(6), 1089--1109.
  • Wood, C. C., Holt, D. T., Reed, T. S., and Hudgens, B. J. (2008). Perceptions of corporate entrepreneurship in Air Force organizations: Antecedents and outcomes. Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship, 21(1), 117--131.
  • Muczyk, J. P. and Holt, D. T. (2008). Toward a cultural contingency model of leadership. Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, 14(4), 277-286.
  • Holt, D. T., Rehg, M. T., Lin, J. H. S., and Miller, J. (2007). An application of the unfolding model to explain turnover in a sample of military officers. Human Resource Management, 46(1), 35-49.
  • Holt, D. T., Rutherford, M. W., and Clohessy, G. R. (2007). Corporate entrepreneurship: An empirical look at individual characteristics, context, and process. Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, 13(4), 40-54.
  • Rutherford, M. W. and Holt, D. T. (2007). Corporate entrepreneurship: An empirical look at the innovativeness dimension and its antecedents. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 20(3), 429-446.
  • Holt, D. T., Armenakis, A. A., Feild, H. S., and Harris, S. G. (2007). Readiness for organizational change: The systematic development of a scale. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 43(2), 232-255.
  • Holt, D. T., Bartczak, S. E., Clark, S. W., and Trent, M. R. (2007). The development of an instrument to measure readiness for knowledge management. Knowledge Management Research \& Practice, 5(2), 75-92.
  • Holt, D. T., Bleckmann, C. A., and Zitzmann, C. C. (2006). The Graduate Record Examination and success in an engineering management program: A case study. Engineering Management Journal, 18(1), 10-16.
  • Self, D. R., Holt, D. T., and Schaninger, W. S. (2005). Work-group and organizational support: A test of distinct dimensions. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 78(1), 133-140.
  • Laudenslager, M. S., Holt, D. T., and Lofgren, S. T. (2004). Understanding Air Force members' intentions to participate in pro-environmental behaviors: An application of the theory of planned behavior. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 98(3 suppl), 1162--1170.
  • Holt, D. T., Self, D. R., Thal, Jr, A. E., and Lo, S. W. (2003). Facilitating organizational change: A test of leadership strategies. Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 24(5), 262-272.
  • Kennedy, J. F., Holt, D. T., Ward, M. A., and Rehg, M. T. (2002). The influence of outsourcing on job satisfaction and turnover intentions of technical managers. Human Resource Planning, 25(1), 23-31.
  • Hunn, H. M., Lapuma, P. T., and Holt, D. T. (2002). The influence of pre-test anxiety, personality and exercise on VO2max estimation. Journal of Exercise Physiology, 5(1), 5--14.
  • Holt, D. T. and Crocker, M. (2000). Prior negative experiences: Their impact on computer training outcomes. Computers & Education, 35(4), 295-308.
  • Modak, N. M and Kelle, P. (2019). Managing a dual-channel supply chain under price and delivery-time dependent stochastic demand. European Journal of Operational Research (EJOR), 272(1), 147-161.
  • Kelle, P., Schneider, H., and Yi, H. (2014). Decision alternatives between expected cost minimization and worst case scenario in emergency supply. International Journal of Production Economics, 157, 250 to 260.
  • Kelle, P., Inderfurth, K., and Kleber, R. (2013). Dual sourcing using capacity reservation and spot market: Optimal procurement policy and heuristic parameter determination. European Journal of Operational Research, 225, 298 309.
  • Kelle, P., Schneider, H., Raschke, C. Werner, and Shirazi, H. (2012). Highway improvement project selection by the joint consideration of cost-benefit and risk criteria. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 64, 313-325.
  • Kelle, P., Woosley, J., and Schneider, H. (2012). Pharmaceutical supply chain specifics and inventory solutions for a hospital case. Operations Research for Health Care, 1(1), 54-63.
  • Inderfurth, K. and Kelle, P. (2011). Capacity Reservation under Spot Market Price Uncertainty. International Journal of Production Economics, 133, 272-279.
  • Pan, Y., Huang, P., and Gopal, A.. Storm Clouds on the Horizon? New Entry Threats and R&D Investments in the U.S. IT Industry. Information Systems Research, 30(2), 540-562.
  • Pan, Y., Huang, P., and Gopal, A.. Board Independence and Firm Performance in the IT Industry: The Moderating Role of New Entry Threats. MIS Quarterly, 42(3), 979-1000.
  • Perret, S. T., Burnett, M. F., and Richardson, W. B. (2017). Perceptions of the Importance of Succession Planning in Family Owned Businesses. Academy of Business Research Journal, 3, 44-62.
  • Woosley, J., Thomas, C. A., and Perret, S. T. (2015). Improving service delivery and competitive advantage in the reprographics industry. International Journal of Management Research and Business Strategy, 4(2), 19-25.
  • Lui, T., Bartosiak, M., Piccoli, G., and Sadhya, V. (2018). Online review response strategy and its effects on competitive performance. Tourism Management, 67, 180--190.
  • Pigni, F., Bartosiak, M., Piccoli, G., and Ives, B. (2017). Targeting Target with a 100 million dollar data breach. Journal of Information Technology Teaching Cases, , 1--15.
  • Piccoli, G., Lui, I., and Gruen, B. (2017). The Impact of IT-enabled Customer Service Systems on Service Personalization, Customer Service Perceptions, and Hotel Performance. Tourism Management, 59, 349-362.
  • Bonaretti, D., Bartosiak, M., and Piccoli, G. (2016). Anchor Contraction Effect in Interface Design: The Impact of Color Cues on Online Review Rating.
  • Iris, L. and Piccoli, G. (2016). The Effect of a Multichannel Customer Service System on Customer Service and Financial Performance. ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems, 7(1), 1-15.
  • Piccoli, G. (2016). Triggered Essential Reviewing: The Effect of Technology Affordances on Service Experience Evaluations. European Journal of Information Systems, 25(6), 477-492.
  • Piccoli, G. and Pigni, F. (2016). TRIPBAM: Leveraging Digital Data Streams to Unleash Savings. Communications of AIS, 29, 556-574.
  • Federico, P., Piccoli, G., and Watson, R. T (2016). Digital Data Streams: Creating value from the real-time flow of big data. California Management Review, 58(3).
  • Lui, T., Bartosiak, M., Piccoli, G., and Sadhya, V. (2018). Online review response strategy and its effects on competitive performance. Tourism Management, 67, 180--190.
  • Kelle, P., Schneider, H., and Yi, H. (2014). Decision alternatives between expected cost minimization and worst case scenario in emergency supply. International Journal of Production Economics, 157, 250 to 260.
  • Soysal, O., Chen, J., and Schneider, H. (2012). Efficient Photometric Feature Extraction in a Hierarchical Learning Scheme for Nodule Detection. The International Journal of Granular Computing, Rough Sets and Intelligent System, 2(4), 314-326.
  • Kelle, P., Schneider, H., Raschke, C. Werner, and Shirazi, H. (2012). Highway improvement project selection by the joint consideration of cost-benefit and risk criteria. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 64, 313-325.
  • Kelle, P., Woosley, J., and Schneider, H. (2012). Pharmaceutical supply chain specifics and inventory solutions for a hospital case. Operations Research for Health Care, 1(1), 54-63.
  • Shreve, J. Nunnery, Schneider, H., and Soysal, O. (2011). A Methodology for Comparing Classification Methods through the Assessment of Model Stability and Validity in Variable Selection. Decision Support Systems.
  • Walsh, K., Ives, B., Louwers, T., and Schneider, H. (2006). An Exploratory Survey of Password Re-Usage. Journal of Forensic Accounting, VII(1), 237-244.
  • Chun, Y. H., Plante, R., and Schneider, H. (2002). Buying and Selling an Asset Over the Finite Time Horizon: A Non-parametric Approach. European Journal of Operational Research, 136, 106-120.
  • Harel, H., OCinneide, C., and Schneider, H. (1993). Asymptotic Behavior of the Sample Renewal Function,. C. R. Acad. Sci Paris, 315(1), 465 468.