Dr. Prashant Palvia

.... Building Bridges for Global Information Technology.

 
RESEARCH: Books  RESEARCH: Edited Proceedings
RESEARCH Highlights: 

 Was ranked 16th among all MIS researchers by the Communications of the Association for Information Systems (CAIS - March 2000).  Was ranked 4th among authors with the most publications in MIS Quarterly and Information & Management (Information & Management – vol 37, 2000).  Have 93 journal articles, 4 books, 16 book chapters, and 165 conference proceedings.  Articles have appeared in major journals such as the MIS Quarterly, Decision Sciences, Communications of the ACM, Communications of the AIS, Information & Management, Decision Support Systems, and ACM Transactions on Database Systems
RESEARCH:  Complete List of Journal Articles

1.       Kshetri, N., Palvia, P., and Dai, H. “Chinese Institutions and Standardization: The Case of Government Support to Domestic Third Generation Cellular Standard”. Telecommunications Policy.  Accepted on March 21, 2011.
 
2.       Muthitcharoen, A., Palvia, P., and Grover, V. “Building a Model of Technology Preference: The Case of Channel Choices”. Decision Sciences.  Volume 42, No 1, 2011.
 
3.       Palvia, P., Pinjani, P., Cannoy, S.D., and Jacks, T. (Forthcoming) “Contextual Constraints in Media Choice: Beyond Information Richness”.  Decision Support Systems. Accepted on March 18, 2011.
 
4.       Jacks, T., Palvia, P., Schilhavy, R., and Wang, L. (Forthcoming) "A Framework for the Impact of IT on Organizational Performance". Business Process Management Journal. Accepted on November 2, 2010.
 
5.       Palvia, P., King, R.C., Xia, W. and Palvia, S.  “Capability, Quality and Performance of Offshore IS Vendors: A Theoretical Framework and Empirical Investigation.” Decision Sciences.  Volume 41 Number 2, May 2010.
 
6.       Liao, C., Palvia, P., and Lin, H-N. “Stage Antecedents of Consumer Online Buying Behavior”. Electronic Markets.  Accepted on January 22, 2010.
 
7.       Vishal, M., Palvia, P., Singh, R., and Kshetri, N.  “Improving Open Source Software Maintenance”.  Journal of Computer Information Systems.  Volume 50, Number 3, Spring 2010, pp. 81-90.
 
8.       Palvia, P., Palvia, S. and Baqir, M. N. “Journal Self-Citation IV: Citation Analysis of IS Journals - Separating Facts from Fiction.” Communications of the Association for Information Systems.  Vol 25, Article 4, 2009, pp. 32-40.
                                                                                                                                              
9.       Liao, C, Palvia, P., and Chen, J-L.  “Information Technology Adoption Behavior Life Cycle: Toward a Technology Continuance Theory (TCT).” International Journal of Information Management.  29, 2009, pp. 309-320.
 
10.    Palvia, P.  The Role of Trust in E-Commerce Relational Exchange: A Unified Model.” Information & Management.  46, 2009, pp. 213-220.
 
11.    Dai, H., and Palvia, P.  Mobile Commerce Adoption in China and the United States: A Cross-Cultural Study.” The DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems.  Volume 40, Number 4, November 2009.
 
12.    Vannoy, S.A., and Palvia, P. “The Social Influence Model of Technology Adoption.”  Communications of the ACM.  Vol. 53, No. 6, June 2010, pp. 1-5.
 
13.    Mao, E., and Palvia, P.  Exploring the Effects of Direct Experience on IT Use: An Organizational Field Study.”  Information & Management, 45, 2008, pp. 249-256.
 
14.    Palvia, S.C.J., and Palvia, P.  “The Effectiveness of Using Computers for Software Training: An Exploratory Study.” Journal of Information Systems Education.  Vol. 18, No. 4, Winter 2007, pp. 479-489.
 
15.    Otondo, R.F., Van Scotter, J.R., Allen, D.G., and Palvia, P.  The Complexity of Richness: Media, Message, and Communication Outcomes.  Information & Management.  Vol. 45, 2008, pp. 21-30.
 
16.    Palvia, P., and D’Aubeterre, F.  “An Examination of Infomediary Roles in B2C E-Commerce.” Journal of Electronic Commerce Research.  Vol. 8, No. 4, 2007, pp. 207-220.
 
17.    Dembla, P., Palvia, P., and Krishnan, B.  ”Understanding the Adoption of Web-Enabled Transaction Processing by Small Businesses.” Journal of Electronic Commerce Research.  Vol. 8, No. 1, 2007, pp. 1-17.
 
18.    Palvia, P., Pinjani, P., and Sibley, E.H.  “A Profile of Information Systems Research Published in Information & Management.” Information & Management.  Vol 44, 2007, pp. 1-11.
 
19.    Cannoy, S., Palvia, P., and Schilhavy, R.  “A Research Framework for Information Systems Security.” Journal of Information Privacy & Security.   Vol 2, Issue 2, 2006, pp. 3-29.
 
20.    Liao, C., Palvia, P., and Lin, H-N.  The Roles of Habit and Web Site Quality in E-Commerce.” International Journal of Information Management. Vol 26, No 6, 2006, pp. 469-483.
 
21.    Palvia, P., Midha, V., and Pinjani, P.  “Research Models in Information Systems.” Communications of the Association for Information Systems.  Volume 17, Article 47, June 2006, pp. 1042-1063.
 
22.    Mao, E., and Palvia, P. "Testing an Extended Model of IT Acceptance in the Chinese Cultural Context.”  Data Base.   Vol. 37, Nos. 2&3, Spring/Summer 2006, pp. 20-32.
 
23.    Dembla, P., Palvia, P., and Brooks, L.  “Organizational Adoption of Web-Enabled Services for Information Dissemination.”  Journal of Information Science and Technology.  Vol 3, No 3, 2007, pp. 24-49.
 
24.    Mok, W.Y., Palvia, P., and Paper, D.  “On the Computability of Agent-Based Workflows.” Decision Support Systems.  Vol. 42, 2006, pp. 1239-1253.
 
25.    Muthitacharoen, A., Palvia, P., Brooks, L., Krishnan, B., Otondo, R., and Retzlaff-Robert, D. “Reexamining Technology Acceptance in Online Task Behaviors.” Electronic Markets. Vol. 16, No. 1, 2006, pp. 4-15.
 
26.    Whitworth, J.E., Palvia, P., Williams, S.R., and Aasheim, C. “Measuring the Impact of Global Information Technology Applications.” International Journal of Technology Management.  Vol. 29, Nos 3/4, 2005, pp. 280-294.
 
27.    Salam, A.F., Iyer, L., Palvia, P., and Singh, R.  “Trust in E-Commerce.”  Communications of the ACM.  Vol. 48, No. 2, February 2005, pp. 73-77.
 
28.    Palvia, P., Leary, T.D., Mao, E., Midha, V., Pinjani, P., and Salam, A.F. “Research Methodologies In MIS: An Update.”  Communications of the Association for Information Systems.   Vol 14, article 24, November 2004, pp. 526-542.
 
29.    Akmanligil, M. and Palvia, P.  Strategies for Global Information Systems Development.”  Information & Management.  Vol. 42, issue 1, December 2004, pp. 45-59.
 
30.    Palvia, P., Mao, E., Salam, A.F., and Soliman, K.  “Management Information Systems Research: What’s There in a Methodology?”  Communications of the Association for Information Systems.  Volume 11, February 2003, pp. 289-309.
 
31.    Muthitacharoen, A. and Palvia, P. “B2C Internet Commerce: A Tale of Two Nations.” Journal of Electronic Commerce Research.  Vol. 3, No. 4, 2002, pp. 201-212.
 
32.    Sharma, R., Palvia, P., and Salam, A. “ERP Selection at Custom Fabrics: A Teaching Case.” Journal of Information Technology Cases and Applications.  Vol. 4, No. 2, 2002, pp. 45-59.
 
33.    Kumar, N., and Palvia, P.  “Global IT Outsourcing Management: Key Influence Factors and Strategies.” Journal of Information Technology Cases and Applications.  Vol. 4, No. 1, 2002, pp. 56-75.
 
34.    Aladwani, A.M., and Palvia, P.  “Developing and Validating an Instrument for Measuring User-Perceived Web Quality.”  Information & Management.  Vol. 39, 2002, pp. 467-476.
 
35.    Sakaguchi,  T., Palvia, P., and Janz, B.D..  “Business Practices on the World Wide Web: A Comparison of Japanese and U.S. Web Sites”.  Journal of Global Information Technology Management.  Vol. 4, No. 2, April 2001.
 
36.    Palvia, P.  “Editorial Preface: Global Information Technology Management Research: A Reality Check”.  Journal of Global Information Technology Management.  Vol. 4, No. 2, April 2001.
 
37.    Palvia, P., Palvia, S., and Whitworth, J.  “Global Information Technology: A Meta Analysis of Key Issues.”  Information & Management.  Volume 39, Number 5, March 2002, pp. 403-414.
 
38.    Lim, D. and Palvia, P.  “EDI in Strategic Supply Chain: Impact on Customer Service.”  International Journal of Information Management.  2001, pp. 193-211.
 
39.    Huang, Z. and Palvia, P.  “ERP Implementation Issues in Advanced and Developing Countries.” Business Process Management Journal.  Vol 7, No 3, 2001, pp.  276-284.
 
40.    Kumar, A., and Palvia, P.  "Key Data Management Issues in a Global Executive Information System."  Industrial Management and Data Systems.  Vol 101, Number 4, 2001, pp. 153-162.
 
41.    Liao, C. and Palvia, P.  "The Impact of Data Models and Task Complexity on End User Performance: An Experimental Investigation."  International Journal of Human-Computer Studies.  2000, vol 52, pp. 831-845.
 
42.    Palvia, P.  "Methodological Dilemma in MIS Research."  Journal of Information Technology Cases & Applications.  Vol 1, No 4, 1999, pp. 1-4.
 
43.    Palvia, P.C., and Basu, S.C.  "Information Systems Management Issues: Reporting and Relevance."  Decision Sciences.  Volume 30, Number 1, Winter 1999, pp. 273-290.
 
44.    Palvia, P.C., and Palvia, S.  "An Examination of the IT Satisfaction of Small-Business Users."  Information & Management.  Vol. 35, 1999, pp. 127-137.
 
45.    Palvia, P.C., and L B. Sherrell.  "The Role of Software Engineering in Business Application Development."  Journal of Information Technology Management.  Vol. IX, No. 4, 1998, pp. 43-57.
 
46.    Palvia, P.C.  "Global Information Technology Research: Past, Present and Future."  Journal of Global Information Technology Management.  Vol 1, No 2, 1998, pp.  3-14.
 
47.    Palvia, P.C.  “Developing a Model of the Global and Strategic Impact of Information Technology.” Information & Management, Vol 32 (5), 1997, pp. 229-244.
 
48.    Palvia, P.C.  “Research Issues in Global Information Technology Management.”  Information Resources Management Journal. Vol 11, No 2, Spring 1998, pp. 27-36.
 
49.    Palvia, P.C.  “Information Systems Education and Research: Are We Leaders or Laggards.”  Information Resources Management Journal, Vol 10, No 2, Spring 1997, pp. 3-4.
 
50.    Palvia, P.C. “A Model and Instrument for Measuring Small Business User Satisfaction with Information Technology."   Information & Management, Vol 31, 1996, pp. 151-163.
 
51.    Candler, J.W., Palvia, P.C., Thompson, J.D., and Zeltmann, S.M.  "The ORION Project: Staged Business Process Reengineering at FedEx"  Communications of the ACM, Vol 39, No 2, February 1996, pp. 99-107.
 
52.    Palvia, P.C., Kumar, A., Kumar, N., and Hendon, R.  "Information Requirements of a Global EIS: An Exploratory Macro Assessment."  Decision Support Systems.  Vol. 16, 1996, pp. 169-179.
 
53.    Palvia, P.C., Rajagopalan, B., Kumar, A., and Kumar, N.  "Key Information Systems Issues: An Analysis of MIS Publications." Information Processing and Management.  Vol. 32, No. 3, 1996, pp. 345-355.
 
54.    Palvia, P.C  "A Dialectic View of Information Systems Outsourcing: Pros and Cons."  Information & Management, Vol 29, 1995, pp. 265-275.
 
55.    Palvia, P.C., Patula, A., and Nosek, J.  "Problems and Issues in Application Software Maintenance Management."  Journal of Information Technology Management.  Vol VI, No. 3, 1995, pp. 17-28.
 
56.    Palvia, P.C., and Wang, P.  "An Expanded Global Information Technology Issues Model: An Addition of Newly Industrialized Countries."   Journal of Information Technology Management.  Vol VI, No. 2, 1995, pp. 29-39.
 
57.    Palvia, P.C.  "Objectivity in MIS Research."   Information Resources Management Journal, Vol 8, No 3, Summer 1995, pp. 3-4.
 
58.    Palvia, P.C.  "Global Management Support Systems: A New Frontier."  Journal of Global Information Management, Vol 3, No 1, Winter 1995, pp. 3-4.
 
59.    Palvia, P.C., Means, D.B., and Jackson, W.M.  "Determinants of Computing in Very Small Businesses."  Information & Management.  Vol 27, 1994, pp. 161-174.
 
60.    Palvia, P.C., Patula, A., and Schooley, R.  "The Software Engineering Construct:.  Conceptual Analysis and Preliminary Findings."  Journal of Computer Information Systems.  Volume XXXIV, Number 3, Spring 1994, pp. 61-66.
 
61.    Palvia, P.C.  "About Reframing the Frameworks".  Information Resources Management Journal, vol 7, no 1, Winter 1994, pp. 3-4.
 
62.    Palvia, P., Zeltmann, S., and Sullivan, S.  "The PRISM System: Moving Federal Express Corporation's Human Resources into the 21st Century."  HR Focus, June 1993, pp. 19.
 
63.    Palvia, P. "The Global Information Technology Environment".  Journal of Global Information Management, Vol 1, No 2, Spring 1993, pp. 3-5.
 
64.    Palvia, P., and Nosek, J.T. "A Field Examination of System Life Cycle Techniques and Methodologies."  Information & Management, Vol 25, 1993, pp. 73-84.
 
65.    Sankar, C., Apte, U., and Palvia, P. "Global Information Architectures: Alternatives and Tradeoffs."  International Journal of Information Management.  Vol. 13, No. 2, April 1993, pp. 84-93.
 
66.    Chandra, A., and Palvia, P. "Expert Systems in Accounting Applications and An Integrating Framework."  Journal of Computer Information Systems, Vol. XXXIII, No. 4, Summer 1993, pp. 13-22.
 
67.    Palvia, P., Perkins, J., and Zeltmann, S. "The PRISM System: A Key to Organizational Effectiveness at Federal Express Corporation."  MIS Quarterly, Vol. 16, No. 3, September 1992, pp. 277-292.
 
68.    Palvia, P., Liao, C., and To, P. "The Impact of Conceptual Data Models on End-User Performance." Journal of Database Management, Vol. 3, No. 4, Fall 1992, pp. 4-15.
 
69.    Palvia, P., and Palvia, S. "MIS Issues in India and a Comparison with the United States." International Information Systems, April 1992, pp. 100-110.
 
70.    Cohen, E., and Palvia, P. "Ten Tips for Journal Manuscript Reviewers." Information Management Bulletin, Vol. 5, No. 1 & 2, May 1992, pp. 6, 11, 13.
 
71.    Palvia, P. "On End User Productivity: Results of Controlled Experiments," Information & Management, Vol. 21, 1991, pp. 217-224.
 
72.    Palvia, S., Mallach, E.G., and Palvia, P. "Strategies for Converting From One IT environment to Another," Journal of Systems Management, Vol. 42, No. 10, October 1991, pp. 23-27.
 
73.    Palvia, P. "Approximating Block Accesses in Random Files: The Case of Blocking Factors Lower than One," Information Systems, Vol. 16, No. 3, 1991, pp. 357-361.
 
74.    Palvia, P. "An Interactive DSS Tool for Physical Database Design," Information Sciences, Vol. 54, April, 1991, pp. 239-262.
 
75.    Palvia, P. and Nosek, J.T. "An Empirical Evaluation of System Development Methodologies." Information Resources Management Journal, Vol. 3, No.3, Summer, 1990, pp.23‑32.
 
76.    Palvia, P. and Sankar, C.S. "Architectural Alternatives and Issues in Designing Global Information Systems: Frameworks for Design and Research," Network World, May 28, 1990. Paper and authors quoted in the article, titled: "Mgmt. style dictates form of global nets" reported by Joe Panepinto.
 
77.    Nosek, J.T. and Palvia, P. "Software Maintenance Management: Changes in the Last Decade," Journal of Software Maintenance, Vol. 2, 1990, pp. 157-174.
 
78.    Palvia, S., and Palvia, P. "Timing Strategies for Feasibility Studies in Information Systems Development," Information Resources Management Journal, Vol. 3, No. 1, Winter, 1990, pp. 15-27.
 
79.    Palvia, P., Palvia, S., and Zigli, R.M. "Models and Requirements for Using Strategic Information Systems in Developing Nations," International Journal of Information Management, Vol. 10, No. 2, June, 1990, pp. 117‑126.
 
80.    Palvia, P. and Palvia, S. "Key Ergonomic Characteristics of System Development Techniques," Interface The Computer Education Quarterly, Vol. 11, 4, Winter, 1989/90, pp. 86‑91.
 
81.    Palvia, S., Palvia, P., and Zigli, R.M. "Global Issues of Information Technology Management," Feature article in Information Management Bulletin, January, 1990.
 
82.    Jackson, W.M. and Palvia, P. "The state of Computers and MIS in Small Businesses, and Some Predictive Measures of Computer Use," The Journal of Computer Information Systems, Vol. XXXI, No. 1, Fall, 1990, pp. 49‑53.
 
83.    Palvia, P. "Sensitivity of the Physical Database Design to Changes in the Underlying Factors," Information & Management, Vol. 15, 1988, pp. 151‑161.
 
84.    Palvia, P., Palvia, S., and Zigli, R.M. "Strategic Information Systems for Competitive Advantage and Economic Development in Developing Countries," Productivity, Vol. 29, No. 3. October-December, 1988, pp. 235‑245.
 
85.    Palvia, P. and Palvia, S. "The Feasibility Study in Information Systems: An Analysis of Criteria and Contents," Information & Management, Vol. 14 (1988), pp. 211‑224.
 
86.    Palvia, P. "The Effect of Buffer Size on Pages Accessed in Random Files," Information Systems, Vol. 13, No. 2, 1988, pp. 187‑191.
 
87.    Palvia, P. "Heuristic Optimization of Physical Databases; Using a Generic & Abstract Design Model," Decision Sciences, Summer 1988, Vol. 19, No. 3, pp. 564‑579.
 
88.    Palvia, P. "Batched Searching in Database Organizations," Information Sciences, June 1988, Vol. 45, pp. 23‑37.
 
89.    Palvia, P. "Expressions for Batched Searching of Sequential and Hierarchical Files," ACM Transactions on Database Systems, March, 1985, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 97‑106.
 
90.    March, S., Mendu, S., Palvia, P., Prietula, M., Ridjanovic, D., Carlis, J.V., Beyer, D., and Ryan, K.L. "Current Research in Database Design at the University of Minnesota," Quarterly Bulletin of the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Database Engineering, December 1984, Vol. 7, No. 4, pp 52‑57.
 
91.    Palvia, P. and March, S.T. "Approximating Block Accesses in Database Organizations," Information Processing Letters, August, 1984, Vol. 19, pp. 75‑79.
 
92.    Palvia, P. "Obtaining Public Perceptions by Jury: Quantification by Indirect Scaling," Decision Sciences, October, 1982. Vol. 13, No. 4, pp. 638‑653.
 
93.    Kahn, B.K. and March, S.T. "IRM and the System Life Cycle,"  Quarterly Bulletin of the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Database Engineering, June, 1986. Vol. 9, No. 2, pp. 21‑49. Was a contributor to this paper. Same paper/report published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Nat'l Bureau of Standards, report # 500‑139. A summary also published in ACM SIGMOD RECORD, September, 1986, Vol. 15, No. 3, pp. 3‑10.

RESEARCH: Book Chapters
 
1.       Palvia, P., and Pinjani, P.  “Challenges of the Global Information Technology Management Environment: Representative Word Issues.” in Managing Global Information Technology: Strategies and Challenges, edited by P. Palvia, S.C.J. Palvia, and A.L. Harris, Ivy League Publishing, 2007.
 
2.       Mao, E., and Palvia, P. “Adoption and Use of Information Technologies in China: Assessing the Modified Technology Acceptance Model.” in Managing Global Information Technology: Strategies and Challenges, edited by P. Palvia, S.C.J. Palvia, and A.L. Harris, Ivy League Publishing, 2007.
 
3.       Palvia, P., Baqir, N., and Manwani, S.  “Global Information Technology Architecture: Foundations and Organizational Issues.” in Managing Global Information Technology: Strategies and Challenges, edited by P. Palvia, S.C.J. Palvia, and A.L. Harris, Ivy League Publishing, 2007.
 
4.       Palvia, P., and Akmanligil, M.  “Global Information System Development Strategies: A Contextual Analysis.” in Managing Global Information Technology: Strategies and Challenges, edited by P. Palvia, S.C.J. Palvia, and A.L. Harris, Ivy League Publishing, 2007.
 
5.       Palvia, P., and Pinjani, P. “Diffusion of E-Commerce in Several Economic Regions of the World.” in Managing Global Information Technology: Strategies and Challenges, edited by P. Palvia, S.C.J. Palvia, and A.L. Harris, Ivy League Publishing, 2007.
 
6.      Pollard, C., Palvia, P., Lind, M., and Basu, C.  “Developing a Knowledge Portal to Encourage Global IS Collaborative Networks.” Encyclopedia of Portal Technology and Applications, 2006.
 
7.       Basu, C., Chen, L., and Palvia, P.  “Managing Business Processes in the Realm of Internetworked Business Organizations." Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science, 2002.
 
8.       Palvia, P., and Palvia, S.  “Information Systems Plan in Context: A Global Perspective – Understanding the Global Information Technology Environment: Representative World Issues.”  Reprinted in Strategic Information Management, Edited by Robert D. Galliers, Dorothy E. Leidner, and Bernadette S. H. Baker, Butterworth Heinemann, Second Edition, 2001.
 
9.       Palvia, P., Palvia, S. and Whitworth, J.E. “Global Information Technology Management Environment:  Representative World Issues.”  in Global Information Technology and Electronic Commerce: Issues for the New Millennium, edited by P. Palvia, S. Palvia, and E. Roche, Ivy League Publishing. 2002.
 
10.    Palvia, P. “Strategic Applications of Information Technology in Global Business: The "GLITS" Model and an Instrument.”  in Global Information Technology and Electronic Commerce: Issues for the New Millennium, edited by P. Palvia, S. Palvia, and E. Roche, Ivy League Publishing. 2002.
 
11.    Basu, C., and Palvia, P.  “Reengineering Global Business Processes: Challenges and Issues.”  in Global Information Technology and Electronic Commerce: Issues for the New Millennium, edited by P. Palvia, S. Palvia, and E. Roche, Ivy League Publishing. 2002.
 
12.    Akmanligil, M., and Palvia, P.  Strategies for Global Information Systems Development: A Critical Analysis.”  in Global Information Technology and Electronic Commerce: Issues for the New Millennium, edited by P. Palvia, S. Palvia, and E. Roche, Ivy League Publishing. 2002.
 
13.    Kumar, A., and Palvia, P.  Developing Global Executive Information Systems.”   in Global Information Technology and Electronic Commerce: Issues for the New Millennium, edited by P. Palvia, S. Palvia, and E. Roche, Ivy League Publishing. 2002.
 
14.    Kumar, N., and Palvia, P.  Key Influence Factors and Issues in Global IT Outsourcing Management.”  in Global Information Technology and Electronic Commerce: Issues for the New Millennium, edited by P. Palvia, S. Palvia, and E. Roche, Ivy League Publishing. 2002.
 
15.    Basu, C. and Palvia, P.  "Business Process Reengineering."  in Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science,  edited by Allen Kent,  pp. 24-35,  volume 67, 2000.
 
16.    Palvia, P, and Palvia, S.  "Understanding the Global Information Technology Environment: Representative World Issues." in Global Information Technology and Systems Management: Key Issues and Trends, edited by P. Palvia, S. Palvia, and E. Roche, Ivy League Publishing. 1996.
 
17.    Palvia, P.  "Strategic Applications of Information Technology in Global Business: The "GLITS" Model and an Instrument." in Global Information Technology and Systems Management: Key Issues and Trends, edited by P. Palvia, S. Palvia, and E. Roche, Ivy League Publishing.  in 1996.
 
18.    Palvia, P.C, and Parzinger, M.  "Information Systems Outsourcing in Financial Institutions."  in Managing Information Technology Investments with Outsourcing, edited by Mehdi Khosrowpour, Idea Group Publishing, 1995, pp. 129-154.
 
19.    Palvia, P. "Assessment of Global IT Education in the United States." in Global Information Technology Education: Issues and Trends, edited by Mehdi Khosrowpour and Karen D. Loch, Idea Group Publishing, 1993, pp. 156-180.
 
20.    Palvia, P., Palvia, S., and Zigli, R. "Global Information Technology Environment: Key MIS Issues in Advanced and Less-Developed Nations." In S. Palvia, P. Palvia, & R. Zigli, (Editors), The Global Issues of Information Technology Management, pp. 2-34, Idea Group Publishing, 1992.
 
21.    Palvia, P., Palvia, S., and Zigli, R.M. "Strategic Information Systems: Extensions and Use for National Economic Development," Information Technology Resources Utilization and Management: Issues and Trends, pp. 33‑55. Edited by Mehdi Khosrowpour and Gayle J. Yaverbaum. Idea Group Publishing, November, 1989.
 

RESEARCH: Other Publications


RESEARCH:  Special Session Invitation


RESEARCH:  Conference and Proceedings Publications


1.       Palvia, P., Lowe, K., Nemati, H., and Jacks, T.  “Healthcare Information Technology Issues: Hospital CEO and CIO Perspectives,” Proceedings – AMCIS 2010 Conference, Lima, Peru, August 2010.
 
2.       Tim, J., and Palvia, P. “Research-In-Progress:  Measuring Dimensions of IT Occupational Culture,” Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management Association World Conference, Washington, D.C., USA, June 2010. 
 
3.       Barrick, J, and Palvia, P. “Issues in Electronic Health Record Implementation: The Vendor View,” Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management Association World Conference, Washington, D.C., USA, June 2010.    4.       Lowe, K., Nemati, H., Palvia, P., and Jacks, T.  A C Suite View of Healthcare Information Technology Issues,” Global Information Technology Management Association World Conference, Washington, D.C., USA, June 2010. 
 
5.       Baqir, M.N., Palvia, P., and Nemati, H. “Government Policies and ICT Growth in Developing Countries: An Extended Design-Actuality Framework,”  Proceedings - SIG GlobDev workshop, Phoenix, December 14, 2009.
 
6.       Pinjani, P., and Palvia, P.  Towards Understanding of Diversity and Conflict in Global Virtual Teams,” Proceedings – National Decision Sciences Institute, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 2009.
 
7.       Palvia, P. Lowe, K., and Nemati, H.  Offshoring of Healthcare: Information Technology and Management  Issues," Proceedings - Annual International Smart Sourcing Conference, Jersey City, New Jersey, August 2009.
 
8.       Palvia, P., Jacks, T., Schilhavy, R., and Wang, L.  IT’s Impact on Organizational Performance: A Meta-Analysis,” Proceedings – AMCIS 2009 Conference, San Francisco, California, August 2009.
 
9.       Lei, W., and Palvia, P. “A Comparative Study of Consumer Online Shopping Behaviors,” Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management Association World Conference, Mexico City, Mexico, June 2009.
 
10.    Schilhavy, R., and Palvia, P.  A Multi-Level, Multi-Dimensional Model of Culture and Climate on the Ethical Use of Information Technology,” Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management Association World Conference, Mexico City, Mexico, June 2009.
 
11.    Jacks, T., and Palvia, P. “An Examination of National Culture and IS Strategy,” Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management Association World Conference, Mexico City, Mexico, June 2009.
 
12.    Pinjani, P., and Palvia, P.  Trust and Knowledge Sharing in Diverse Global Virtual Teams,” Proceedings – National Decision Sciences Institute, Baltimore, Maryland, November 2008.
 
13.    Dai, H., Palvia,P., and Khanlarian, C.  A Cross-Cultural Investigation of Consumer-Media Choice,” Proceedings – Southeastern INFORMS 2008 Annual meeting, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, October 2008.
 
14.    Dai, H, and Palvia, P. “Factors Affecting Mobile Commerce Adoption: A Cross-Cultural Study in China and United States,” Proceedings - AMCIS 2008 Conference, Toronto, Canada, August 2008.
 
15.    Palvia, P, Palvia, S., King, R., and Xia, W.  “A Systems View of Information Technology Vendors in India and China,” Proceedings - Seventh Annual International Smartsourcing Conference, Hyderabad, India, August 2008.
 
16.    Baqir, N., and Palvia, P. “Role of ICT in the Socio-Economic Development of Developing Countries,” Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management Association World Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, June 2008.
 
17.    Palvia, S., Palvia, P., Xia, W.,and King, R. “A Comparative Analysis of Key Issues Facing Chinese and Indian Vendors of IT and IT Enabled Services,” Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management Association World Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, June 2008.
 
18.    Dai, H., and Palvia, P. “Critical Success Factors of Mobile Government: Case Studies in China,” Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management Association World Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, June 2008.
 
19.    Palvia, P., and Vannoy, S. “The Role of Culture and Other Antecedents in Reputation Systems,” Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management Association World Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, June 2008.
 
20.    Nath, A., Vannoy, S., and Palvia, P.  “A Framework for Reputation Systems,”  Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, Phoenix, Arizona, 2007.
 
21.    Dai, H., Khanlarian, C.J., and Palvia, P. “A Cross-Cultural Study of Consumer Media Choice,” Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, Phoenix, Arizona, 2007.
 
22.    Baqir, M.N., Babu, R, and Palvia, P.  “Silent Revolution: Historical Perspective of ICTs Growth and Socio-Economic Development of Pakistan,” Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, Phoenix, Arizona, 2007.

23.    Palvia, P., and Midha, V. Retaining Developers and Maintaining Quality in Open Source Software Projects.  Conference of the North Carolina Chapter of the American Statistical Association.  October 12-14, 2007.
 
24.    Palvia, S.C.J, Palvia, P., Xia, W., and King, R. Critical Issues of IT Outsourcing Vendors in India.  Proceedings - Sixth Annual International Smartsourcing Conference, Atlantic City, USA, September 6-7, 2007.
 
25.    Pinjani, P., and Palvia, P. “The Role of Diversity and Technology in Global Virtual Teams,” Proceedings - AMCIS 2007 Conference, Keystone, Colorado, USA, August 2007.
 
26.    Baqir, M.N., and Palvia, P.  Antecedents of e-Government Success: A Phenomenological Study,” Proceedings - AMCIS 2007 Conference, Keystone, Colorado, USA, August 2007.
 
27.    Midha, V., Palvia, P., and Singh, R.  Retention and Quality in Open Source Software Projects,” Proceedings - AMCIS 2007 Conference, Keystone, Colorado, USA, August 2007.
 
28.    Britt, T, Nath, A., Palvia, P., and Vannoy, S.A.  “A Framework for Culture in Information Systems Research,” Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management Association World Conference, Naples, Italy, June 2007.
 
29.    Vannoy, S.A., and Palvia, P. “Antecedents and Consequents of Social Influence: A Study of Social Computing and Technology Adoption Behavior,” Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management Association World Conference, Naples, Italy, June 2007.
 
30.    Palvia, S.C., Palvia, P., and King R.C. “Issues Facing Global Outsourcing Industry: A Delphi Iteration Analysis,” Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, San Antonio, Texas, 2006.
 
31.    Dai, H., and Palvia, P. "Factors Affecting Mobile Commerce Adoption: A Comparison of China, Denmark and United States," Proceedings - 2006 Annual Meeting of the Southeast Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (SE InfORMS), Myrtle Beach, SC, October 2006. 
 
32.    Palvia, P., King, R.C., and Palvia, S.C.  “A Theoretical Model to Assess Vendor Performance in an Outsourcing Relationship.”  Proceedings - Fifth Annual International Smart-Sourcing Conference.  Los Angeles, CA, September 2006.
 
33.    Palvia, S.C., and Palvia, P. Offshoring of Research Data Collection: A Novel Experience.” Proceedings - Fifth Annual International Smart-Sourcing Conference.  Los Angeles, CA, September 2006.
 
34.    Khanlarian, C. and Palvia, P.  Computer-Managed Instruction and Computer-Assisted Instruction: Does IT Help Students Make Better Grades?” Proceedings - 2006 International Meeting of the American Accounting Association, Washington, D.C., August 2006.
 
35.    Palvia, P., D’Aubeterre, F, and Palvia, S..  “An Examination of Infomediary Roles in B2C E-Commerce.”  Proceedings - AMCIS 2006 Conference, Acapulco, Mexico, August 2006.
 
36.    Dembla, P, Palvia, P., and Nicovich, S.  “Organizational Adoption of Web-Enabled Services for Information
Dissemination: A Cross Cultural Comparison of US and Indian Small Businesses.”  Proceedings - AMCIS 2006 Conference, Acapulco, Mexico, August 2006.
 
37.    Baqir, M.N., Latif, A., Palvia, P.C., King, R. “Role of Expectation Confirmation/Disconfirmation on Intention in Using Course Management Systems.” Proceedings - AMCIS 2006 Conference, Acapulco, Mexico, August 2006.
 
38.    Dai, H., Khanlarian C., and Palvia, P. “A Meta Analysis of IT and Business Process Outsourcing Research.” Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management Association World Conference, Orlando, Florida, USA, June 2006.
 
39.    Baqir, M.N., Babu, R., and Palvia, P.  “A Meta-Analysis of Geographical Information System Research in Business.” Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management Association World Conference, Orlando, Florida, USA, June 2006.
 
40.    Palvia, P., Pinjani, P., and Cannoy, S.  “Media Characteristics & Applicability in Various Contexts.”  Proceedings – Southeast Decision Sciences Institute, Wilmington, North Carolina, February 2006.
 
41.    Cannoy, S, Palvia, P., and Pinjani, P.  “Beyond Information Richness in Media Choice.”  Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, San Francisco, CA, 2005.
 
42.    Midha, V, Palvia, P., and Stevens, J. “The Effect of Media Synchronicity on Virtual Team Task Performance: A Pilot Study.” Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, San Francisco, CA, 2005.
 
43.    Cannoy, S., Palvia, P., and Schilhavy, R.  “A Comprehensive Framework for Security in Information Systems.”  Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, San Francisco, CA, 2005.
 
44.    D’Aubeterre, F., Palvia, P., and Schilhavy, R. “Investigating the Determinant Factors of Systems Development Team Performance, Evaluation, and Project Success.” Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, San Francisco, CA, 2005.
 
45.    Cannoy, S., and Palvia, P.  What are the effects of outsourced call centers on consumer satisfaction and organizational effectiveness?”   Proceedings - Fourth Annual International Outsourcing Conference, Washington, D.C., USA, September 2005.
 
46.    D’Aubeterre, F., and Palvia, P , and Stevens, J.  “A Meta-Analysis of Current Global Information Systems Research.”  Proceedings - AMCIS 2005 Conference, Omaha, Nebraska, USA, August 2005.
 
47.    D’Aubeterre, F., and Palvia, P.  “Determinants of Information Technology Security and Privacy Concerns of Individuals.”   Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, Anchorage, Alaska, USA, June 2005.
 
48.    Palvia, P., Pinjani, P., Leary, D. T., and Midha, V.   An Examination of Underlying Models in Information Systems Research.” Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, Boston, MA, 2004.
 
49.    Mao, E., and Palvia, P. "Testing an Extended model of IT Acceptance in the Chinese Culture.” Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, Boston, MA, 2004.
 
50.    Palvia, P., Leary, D. T., Pinjani, P., and Midha, V.  “A Meta Analysis of MIS Research.”  Proceedings - AMCIS 2004 Conference, New York City, New York, USA, August 2004.
 
51.    Palvia, P., and Pinjani, P. “A Meta Analysis of  Global Information Technology Research.”  Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, San Diego, California, USA, June 2004.
 
52.    Dembla, P., Palvia, P., and Nicovich, S. “A Comparative Study of Adoption of Web-Enabled Services by U.S. and Indian Companies.” Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, San Diego, California, USA, June 2004.
 
53.    Whitworth, J. E., Palvia, P., Williams, S. R., and Aasheim, C. “Using a Trait Approach to Analyze the Impact of Global Information Technology Applications.”  Proceedings - Southern Association of Information Systems (SAIS), Savannah, GA, February 2004.
 
54.    Dembla, P., Palvia, P. Brooks, L., and Krishnan, B.  “Adoption of Web-Based Services for Information Search by Organizations: A Multilevel Contextual Analysis.”  Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, Washington, D.C., 2003.
 
55.    Palvia, P., Hor , S-H., Leary, D.T., and Zoerner, C.  Information Technology Led Development in Trinidad and Tobago.” Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, Washington, D.C., 2003.
 
56.    Lakshmanan, M., and Palvia, P.  Intermediary Functional Sophistication & Integration: An Exploratory Study in the Travel, Automobile and Retail Industries.”  Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, Washington, D.C., 2003.
 
57.    Palvia, P.  Two Contrary Perspectives on Information Systems Outsourcing.”  Proceedings – 2nd Annual International Outsourcing Conference, New York, New York, August 2003.
 
58.    Muthitacharoen, A, and Palvia, P.  Explaining Alternative Behaviors of Online Consumers: An Integration of the Technology Acceptance Model to Preferential Decision.”  Proceedings - AMCIS 2003 Conference, Tampa, Florida, USA, 2003.
 
59.    Dembla, P., Palvia, P. Brooks, L., and Krishnan, B.  Adoption of Web-based Services for Transaction Processing by Organizations: A Multilevel Contextual Analysis.” Proceedings - AMCIS 2003 Conference, Tampa, Florida, USA, 2003.
 
60.    Lakshmanan, M. and Palvia, P.  “E-Commerce Diffusion – A Study of Six Countries using Travica’s Model.”  Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, Calgary, Canada, June 2003.
 
61.    Dembla, P., Palvia, P., and Brooks, L.  “Contextual Analysis of Adoption of Web Based Services in US and Indian Small Businesses.”  Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, Calgary, Canada, June 2003.
 
62.    Van Scotter, J.R., Pitts, M.G., Otondo, R.F., Allen, D.G., and Palvia, P.   A Test of the Measurement Invariance of Media Richness Over 3 Types of Media.”   Proceedings - Southern Association of Information Systems (SAIS), Savannah, GA, March 2003.
 
63.    Mao, E., and Palvia, P. “A Descriptive Assessment of Organizational Level Diffusion of Information Technology in China.”  Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, San Diego, 2002.
 
64.    Salam, A., Iyer. L., Palvia, P., and Singh, R.  Understanding Trust in Electronic Commerce Relationships.”  Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, San Diego, 2002.
 
65.    Muthitacharoen, A., Palvia, P. and Brooks, L.  “How Online Information Search Influences Online Purchasing Behavior:  A Causal and Effect Validation.” Proceedings - AIS 2002 Americas Conference, Dallas, USA, 2002.
 
66.    Dembla, P., Brooks, L., and Palvia, P.  “The Adoption of Web Based E-Commerce in U.S. and Indian Organizations: A Multilevel Contextual Analysis.” Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, New York, USA, June 2002.
 
67.    Muthitacharoen, A., and Palvia, P.  “Position of Internet Stores in Global Market.” Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, New York, USA, June 2002.
 
68.    Kumar, N., and Palvia, P.  “Managing Global IT/Software Outsourcing Relationships.”  First Annual Global Software/IT Outsourcing Conference, Atlanta, USA, March 25-26, 2002.
 
69.    Van Scotter, J.R., Otondo, R.F., Allen, D.G., and Palvia, P.  Impact of Media Type, Message Content, and Message Length on Communication Characteristics and Receiver Outcomes.”  Southern Association of Information Systems Conference, Savannah, GA, March 1-2, 2002.
 
70.    Mao, E., and Palvia, P.  “Culture’s Effect on Information Technology Acceptance.” Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, San Francisco, 2001.
 
71.    P. Palvia, and Akmanligil, M.  “System Development Strategies for Global Information Systems.”  Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, San Francisco, 2001.
 
72.    Mao, E., and Palvia, P.  “End-User Information Technology Acceptance: How much do we know?”   Proceedings - AIS 2001 Americas Conference, Boston, 2001.
 
73.    Muthitacharoen, A., and Palvia, P.  “A Theoretical Enhancement of Intention Theories.”  Proceedings - AIS 2001 Americas Conference, Boston, 2001.
 
74.    Mao, E. and Palvia, P.  “A Test of Technology Acceptance Model in Chinese Organizations.”  Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, Dallas, Texas, USA, June 2001.
 
75.    Salam. A.F., Iyer. L., and Palvia, P.  “To be Trusted or Not to be Trusted: Perceived Risk and Trust in the Context of Electronic Commerce and Exchange Relationship: The Consumers’ Perspective.”  Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, Dallas, Texas, USA, June 2001.
 
76.    Basu, C., Palvia, P., and Kumar, A.  “Global Business Process Management.”  Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, Dallas, Texas, USA, June 2001.
 
77.    Palvia, P.,  Mao, E., and Soliman, K.  “Evolution of Methodologies in MIS Research.” Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute,  Orlando, 2000.
 
78.    Huang, Z., and Palvia, P.  The Impact of ERP on Organizational Performance: Evidence from Case Studies.” Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute,  Orlando, 2000.
 
79.    Palvia, P., Whitworth, J., Case, T., and Randall, C.  "Measuring the Impact of Global Information Technnology Applications."  Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, Memphis, Tennessee, USA, June 2000, pp. 216-219.
 
80.    Sakaguchi, T., Palvia, P., Boller, G.W., Janz, B.D., and Nath, R.  "Business Practices on the World Wide Web: A Comparison of Japanese and U.S. Web Sites."  Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, Memphis, Tennessee, USA, June 2000, pp. 35-38.
 
81.    Basu, C., Palvia, P., Kumar, A.  "Role of Information Technology in Reengineering Business Processes in Multinational Corporations." Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, Memphis, Tennessee, USA, June 2000, pp. 211- 214.
 
82.    Akmanligil, M., and Palvia, P.  "Managing a Global Information System Implementation."  Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, Memphis, Tennessee, USA, June 2000, pp. 74-77.
 
83.    Huang, Z., and Palvia, P.  “ERP: Perspectives from Developing and Developed Countries.”  Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, Memphis, Tennessee, USA, June 2000, pp. 48-51.
 
84.    Sakaguchi, T., Palvia,  P.,  Janz,  B.,  Boller,  G., and Nath, R.  "Consumer-Oriented Electronic Commerce:  Measurement of Purpose and Value Added on the Web."  Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute,  New Orleans, 1999.
 
85.    Basu, C., and Palvia, P.  "Towards Developing a Model for Global Business Reengineering."  Proceedings - AIS 1999 Americas Conference, Milwaukee, August 1999,  pp. 283-285.
 
86.    Sakaguchi, T., Palvia, P., Janz, B., Boller, G., and Nath, R.  "Consumer-oriented Electronic Commerce on the World Wide Web: A comparison of the U.S. and Japanese Practices." Proceedings - AIS 1999 Americas Conference, Milwaukee, August 1999, pp. 328-330.
 
87.    Kumar, A., and Palvia, P. "Global EIS: Identification of Issues for Data Collection and Processing." Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, Las Vegas, 1998.
 
88.    Kumar, A., and Palvia, P. "Global Executive Information Systems (GEIS): Role of Users & GEIS Architecture." Proceedings - AIS 1998 Americas Conference, Baltimore (Aug 14-16, 1998).
 
89.    Kumar, N., and Palvia, P.  "Influence Factors and Control in International IT Outsourcing Management: A Contingency Perspective."  Proceedings - AIS 1998 Americas Conference, Baltimore (Aug 14-16, 1998).
 
90.    Palvia, P.  “An Examination of the IT Satisfaction of Small Business Users.” Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, San Diego, California, 1997, pp. 562-564.
 
91.    Palvia, P., Whitworth, J.E., Basu, C., and Bielli, P.  “A Study of Global Information Technology Key Issues: Influence of a Nations Level of Economic Development.” Proceedings - AIS Americas Conference on Information Systems, Bloomington, Indiana, August 1997, pp. 808-810.
 
92.    Palvia, P., Basu, S.C., and Akmanligil, M.  “Information Systems Research Issues: Reporting and Relevance.” Proceedings - 8th International Conference of the Information Resources Management Association, Vancouver, B.C., Canada., May 1997, pp. 192-193.
 
93.    Kumar, A., and Palvia, P.  “Global Executive Information Systems: An Examination of Issues.” Proceedings - 8th International Conference of the Information Resources Management Association, Vancouver, B.C., Canada., May 1997, pp. 498-499.
 
94.    Basu, S.C., and Palvia, P.  “Transforming Global Organizations - Assessment and Recommendations.“  Proceedings - 8th International Conference of the Information Resources Management Association, Vancouver, B.C., Canada., May 1997, pp. 469-470.
 
95.    Lim, D., and Palvia, P.  “The Inter-Organizational Impact of Electronic Data Interchange on Customer Service.”  Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, Orlando, Florida, 1996, pp. 900-902.
 
96.    Kumar, A., Palvia, P., Basu, S.C., and Alexander, P.S.  “Methodologies in MIS Research: An Examination of the Literature.” Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, Orlando, Florida, 1996, pp. 743.
 
97.    Palvia, P., Natrajan, R., Challa, C.D., Nerur, S.P., Vijayraman, B., and Ramakrishna, H.V.  “Effect of Liberalization on the Indian Economy, Technological Priorities, and Information Deployment.” Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, Orlando, Florida, 1996, pp. 49.
 
98.    Fiedler, K.D., Deans, C., Jurison, J., Loch, K., and Palvia, P.  “A Response to the Mandate for the Internationalization of Information Systems Education.” Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, Orlando, Florida, 1996, pp. 672.
 
99.    Young, S., Palvia, P., Meredith, Whitten, B.  “Publishing International Business Research.” Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, Orlando, Florida, 1996.
 
100.Liao, C., and Palvia, P.C. "Data Model Design and Conversion: An Experimental Investigation of  End User Performance."  Proceedings of International  Association for Computer Information Systems Conference, Las Vegas, 1996, pp. 366-374.
 
101.Kumar, A., and Palvia, P.  “Key Issues in the Design and Development of Global EIS.”  Proceedings - AIS Americas Conference on Information Systems, Phoenix, Arizona, August 1996, pp. 790-792.
 
102.Singh, S., and Palvia, P.  “Emerging Challenges to the Cyber Hegemony of the United States.”  Proceedings - AIS Americas Conference on Information Systems, Phoenix, Arizona, August 1996, pp. 793-795
 
103.Kumar, A., Palvia, P., and Basu, S.C.  “Key MIS Issues for the 1990s: A Content Analysis.”  Proceedings - AIS Americas Conference on Information Systems, Phoenix, Arizona, August 1996, pp. 297-299.
 
104.Palvia, P.C., and Akmanligil, M.  “Global and Strategic Impact of Information Technology.”  Proceedings - 7th International Conference of the Information Resources Management Association, Washington, D.C., May 1996, pp. 19-23. 
 
105.Lim, D., and Palvia, P.C.  “The Inter-Organizational Impact of Electronic Data Interchange on Customer Service in the Pharmaceutical Industry.”  Proceedings - 7th International Conference of the Information Resources Management Association, Washington, D.C., May 1996, pp. 108-114. 
 
106.Palvia, P.C., and Wang, P.  "A Model of the Global Information Technology Environment."  Proceedings - ICAUTO-95 Conference, Indore, India, December 1995, pp. 555-558.
 
107.Palvia, P.C.  "An Evaluation of Software Engineering Application in Information Systems Development."  Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, Boston, Massachusetts, 1995, pp. 859-861.
 
108.Palvia, P.C.  "Research Topics and Strategies for International IS Research."  Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, Boston, Massachusetts, 1995.
 
109.Palvia, P.C.  "SANDESH Panel: Business Issues and Opportunities in India."   Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, Boston, Massachusetts, 1995.
 
110.Palvia, P.C., and Cronan, T.P.  "Ins and Outs of Journal Publishing."  Proceedings - Southern MIS Association Conference.  Gulfport, Mississippi, October 1995.
 
111.Alexander, P.S. and Palvia, P.C.  "The Roles of Chief Information Officers in Domestic and International Corporations."  Proceedings - First and Inaugural Americas Conference of the Association for Information Systems.  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, August 1995.
 
112.Palvia, S., Chiang, R.H.L., and Palvia, P.C.  "Classification of Computers and Computing Architectures: From Islands of Automation to Client/Server Architecture."  Proceedings - First and Inaugural Americas Conference of the Association for Information Systems.  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, August 1995.
 
113.Palvia, P., and Wang, P.  "The Global Information Technology Environment: Representative World Issues."  Proceedings - International Conference of the Information Resources Management Association.  Atlanta, Georgia, 1995, pp. 91-92.
 
114.Palvia, P., and Zeltmann, S.M.  "Innovations in Imaging at Federal Express Corporation."  Proceedings -1995 International Conference of the Information Resources Management Association.  Atlanta, Georgia, 1995, pp. 152-153.
 
115.Palvia, P. "Research Strategies for International IS Research." Proceedings - 1995 International Conference of the Information Resources Management Association.  Atlanta, Georgia, 1995, p. 457.
 
116.Palvia, P.  "Global and Strategic Impact of Information Technology: A Model and Measurement Instrument."  Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute,  Honolulu, Hawaii, 1994.
 
117.Palvia, P., Kumar, A., Kumar, N.S., and Hendon, R.A.  "Requirements of a Global Executive Information System."  Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute,  Honolulu, Hawaii, 1994.
 
118.Palvia, P., Rajagopalan, B., Kumar, A., and Kumar, N.  "A Content Analysis to Examine the Relevance of Published MIS Research."  Proceedings - Southern Management Information Systems Association,  First Annual Conference, Gulfport, Mississippi, 1994, pp. 13-14.
 
119.Palvia,P., and Lim, D.  "Information Systems Outsourcing Pros and Cons:  Towards a Balanced Understanding."  Proceedings - 5th International Conference of the Information Resources Management Association, San Antonio, 1994, pp. 149.
 
120.Kumar, A., and Palvia,P.  "Global Information Technology: Impact on Organizational Performance."  Proceedings - 5th International Conference of the Information Resources Management Association, San Antonio, 1994, pp. 108-113.
 
121.Palvia, P.  "Computing Satisfaction Patterns of Small Businesses."  Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, Washington, D.C., 1993, pp. 881.
 
122.Palvia, P., Patula, A., and Nosek, J.  "Determinants of Software Maintenance Methods." Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, Washington, D.C., 1993, pp. 818-820.
 
123.Palvia, P., Means, D., Jackson, W.M.  "Determinants of Computing in Very Small Businesses."  Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, Washington, D.C., 1993, pp. 930-932.
 
124.Palvia, P. "Research Issues in Global Information Technology Management."  Proceedings - 4th International Conference of the Information Resources Management Association, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1993, pp. 46-52.
 
125.Palvia, P., and Parzinger, M. "Information Systems Outsourcing in Financial Institutions."  Proceedings - 4th International Conference of the Information Resources Management Association, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1993, pp. 108-113.
 
126.Palvia, P. "GLOSCIT: A Comprehensive Model for Global Strategic and Competitive Impact of Information Technology."  Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, San Francisco, 1992, pp. 897-899.
 
127.Patula, A. and Palvia, P. "A Leapfrogging Development Model for MIS in the Former-Soviet Union." Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, San Francisco, 1992, pp. 1759.
 
128.Palvia, P. "A Comprehensive Model and Evaluation of the Software Engineering Environment." Proceedings - 3rd International Conference of the Information Resources Management Association, Charleston, South Carolina, 1992.
 
129.Palvia, P., and Jackson, W.M. "The Impact of Information Technology on Small Business Users." Proceedings - National Decision Sciences Institute, Miami, 1991, pp. 904-905.
 
130.Chandra, A., and Palvia, P. "Expert Systems in Accounting." Proceedings - 2nd International Conference of the Information Resources Management Association, Memphis, TN, 1991, pp. 2-14.
 
131.Patula, A., Palvia, P., and Schooley, R. "Software Engineering: Conceptual Analysis and Validation." Proceedings - Northeast Decision Sciences Institute, Pittsburgh, PA, 1991.
 
132.Palvia, P., Liao, C., and To, P. "Conceptual Data Models from the End-User's Perspective." Proceedings - Southwest Decision Sciences Institute, Houston, Texas, 1991, pp. 94-96.
 
133.Palvia, P. "Research Perspectives in Global Information Technology Management." Proceedings- Southeast Decision Sciences Institute, Arlington, Virginia, 1991, pp. 247-248.
 
134.Palvia, P., and Jackson, W.M. "Small Business User Satisfaction with Information Technology." Proceedings - Southeast Decision Sciences Institute, Arlington, Virginia, 1991, pp. 330.
 
135.Palvia, P., and Sankar, C.S. "Architectural Alternatives and Issues in Designing Global Information Systems: Frameworks for Design and Research."  Proceedings ‑ National Decision Sciences Institute, San Diego, 1990, pp. 991.
 
136.Palvia, P., and Jackson, W.M. "Computing Practices in Very Small Businesses." Proceedings- National Decision Sciences Institute, San Diego, 1990, pp. 1082-1084.
 
137.Zigli, R.M., Palvia, P., and Palvia, S. "Key Information Systems Issues Both Strategic and Operational in Two Developing Nations."  Proceedings ‑ Pan‑Pacific Conference VII, Seoul, Korea, pp. 446‑448, May‑June, 1990.
 
138.Palvia, P. and Nosek, J.T. "An Empirical Evaluation of System Development Methodologies." Proceedings ‑ 1990 Information Resources Management Association International Conference, Hershey, Pennsylvania, pp. 72‑80, May, 1990.
 
139.Palvia, P. and Palvia, S. "Information Systems Issues in a Global Society: A Comparison Between the U.S. and India." Proceedings ‑ HICSS‑23, Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Hawaii, Vol. IV, pp. 165‑171, January, 1990.
 
140.Palvia, P. and Nosek, J.T. "System Life Cycle Methods: An Evaluation of Their Applicability." Proceedings ‑ HICSS‑23, Hawaii Intl Conference on System Sciences, Hawaii, Vol. II, pp. 141‑149, Jan, 1990.
 
141.Palvia, P. "On End‑User Computing Productivity: Results of Controlled Experiments."  Proceedings ‑ National Decision Sciences Institute, New Orleans, 1989, pp. 659‑661.
 
142.Palvia, P. and Nosek, J.T. "A Comprehensive Assessment of System Life Cycle Techniques and Methodologies."  Proceedings ‑ National Decision Sciences Institute, New Orleans, 1989, pp. 575‑577.
 
143.Palvia, P., Sadhwani, A. and Agrawal, S. "Key Factors Influencing Information Quality in Transnational Business: A Framework for Research."  Proceedings ‑ National Decision Sciences Institute, New Orleans, 1989, pp. 700.
 
144.Palvia, S. and Palvia, P. "A Unifying Framework for Information System Conversion Strategies."  Proceedings ‑ Northeast Decision Sciences Institute, Baltimore, 1989, pp. 265‑268.
 
145.Palvia, P. and Palvia, S. "Applicability and Ergonomic Characteristics of System Development Techniques."  Proceedings ‑ Southwest Decision Sciences Institute, New Orleans, 1989, pp. 51‑53.
 
146.Palvia, P. "TSM: A Top‑Down Structured Model and Process for Physical Database Design," Proceedings ‑ National Decision Sciences Institute, Las Vegas, 1988, pp. 610‑612.
 
147.Nosek, J.T. and Palvia, P. "Software Maintenance Management Revisited"  Proceedings ‑ National Decision Sciences Institute, Las Vegas, 1988, pp. 645‑647.
 
148.Kumar, V. and Palvia, P. "Main Memory Databases: A New Concept in Database Processing Technology, Opportunities, Problems and Implications ‑ A Tutorial" Proceedings ‑ National Decision Sciences Institute, Las Vegas, 1988, pp. 508‑510.
 
149.Jackson, W.M. and Palvia, P. "MIS and Computers:  The Small Business Environment" Proceedings ‑ National Decision Sciences Institute, Las Vegas, 1988, pp. 522‑524.
 
150.Palvia, P., Palvia, S. and Zigli, R.M. "Strategic Information Systems for Competitive Advantage and Economic Development in Developing Countries," Proceedings ‑ Pan Pacific Conference V, Singapore, 1988, pp. 188‑191.
 
151.Palvia, P. "End User Validation of Common Data Models," Proceedings ‑ Midwest Decision Sciences Institute, Louisville, 1988, pp. 127.
 
152.Palvia, P. and Herrera, A. "Extending the power of dBASE III with New Internal Data Structures,"  Proceedings ‑ National Decision  Sciences Institute, Boston, 1987, pp. 350‑352.
 
153.Palvia, P. and Nosek, J.T. "Use and Effectiveness of Information System Tools, Techniques and Methodologies: An Evaluation Model,"  Proceedings ‑ National Decision Sciences Institute, Boston, 1987, pp. 337‑339.
 
154.Palvia, P. and Palvia, S. "The Feasibility Study in Information Systems: When to Prepare and Present it," Proceedings ‑ National  Decision Sciences Institute, Boston, 1987, pp. 321‑324.
 
155.Palvia, P. "Sensitivity Effects of Underlying Factors on the Physical Database Design," Proceedings ‑ Annual North American IBSCUG Conference on "Computer Technology for Today and Tomorrow", Flint, Michigan, July, 1987, pp. 242‑246.
 
156.Palvia, S., Palvia, P. and Meile, L. "Classification of Computers: From Many Classifications to a Simple Dichotomy," Proceedings ‑ Annual North American IBSCUG Conference on "Computer Technology  for Today and Tomorrow, Flint, Michigan, July, 1987, pp. 174‑178.
 
157.Palvia, P. "How Sensitive is the Physical Database Design? ‑ Results of Experimental Investigation,"  Proceedings ‑ National Computer Conference, Chicago, June, 1987, pp. 573‑582.
 
158.Palvia, P. and Kumar, V. "Physical Data Organization for Optimizing Concurrency in Database Systems," Proceedings ‑SE Decision Sciences Institute, Richmond, Virginia, February, 1987, pp. 265‑267.
 
159.Palvia, P. "Physical Database Design: Principles, Heuristic Optimization Algorithms, Sensitivity Analysis and Implementation," Proceedings ‑ National Decision Sciences Institute, Hawaii,  November, 1986, pp. 648‑650.
 
160.Palvia, P. "Validation and Contingency Assessment of Widely‑Used System Development Methods," Proceedings ‑ National Decision Sciences Institute, Hawaii, November, 1986, pp. 611‑613.
 
161.Palvia, P. "An Integer Programming Approach to Physical Database Design,"  Proceedings ‑ Southeast American Institute for Decision Sciences, Orlando, Florida, February, 1986, pp. 74‑76.
 
162.Palvia, P. and Palvia, S. "An Empirical Investigation into the Content and Timing of the Feasibility Study," Proceedings ‑ National American Institute for Decision Sciences, Las Vegas, November, 1985, pp. 387‑389.
 
163.Palvia, P. "Solution Approaches for an Integer Programming Formulation of a Physical Database Design Problem," Proceedings ‑ Midwest American Institute for Decision Sciences, Akron, Ohio, May, 1985, pp. 175‑177.
 
164.Palvia, P. "Statistical Methods in Performance,"  Proceedings ‑  Eighth Annual Software Conference on Principles of Software  Development, sponsored by Control Data Corp., Minneapolis, October, 1980, pp. 199‑238. Also published in PSI excerpts, Control Data Corp., 1981, pp. 156:20‑57.
 
165.Palvia, P., McCormick, K.R. and Olson, L.W. "A Quantitative Model for Obtaining Public Perceptions by Jury,"  Proceedings ‑ Midwest American Institute for Decision Sciences, Chicago, May, 1979, pp. 378‑381.


RESEARCH:  MIS Research Center Publication


RESEARCH:  Workshop/panels/Speeches 1.       Featured speaker at the NC HIMSS Fall Breakfast Meeting, on September 13, 2010, Grandover Resort, Greensboro, NC. Title of speech:  Critical Issues in Healthcare Information Technology: Hospital CEO and CIO Perspectives.
 
2.       Panelist on “CEO and CIO Perspectives on Healthcare Information Technology Issues,” Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management Association World Conference, Washington, D.C., June 2010.
 
3.       Panelist on “IT Implementation Issues in Healthcare,” Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management Association World Conference, Mexico City, Mexico, June 2009.
 
4.       Panel Chair for “Worldwide Collaboration Opportunities with MRC”,  Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management Association World Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, June 2008.
 
5.       Keynote speech “Global Competition and the Role of Information Technology” to the Rotary Club, Greensboro, January 2007.
 
6.       Panelist on “GRASP Knowledge Portal: Global Researchers Academic Sharing Portal”, Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management Association World Conference, Orlando, Florida, USA, June 2006.
 
7.       Panel Chair for “An International Research Program on Key IS Management Issues”, Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management Association World Conference, Orlando, Florida, USA, June 2006.
 
8.       Workshop leader on “Internationalization of DS/Opeartions/Mfg./Mgmt. Info. Systems/GSCM” at the Internationalization of Business School Curricula Conference organized by the World Trade Council of Wichita, Wichita, Kansas, May 19 & 20, 2006.
 
9.       Panelist on “Global Information Systems Leadership – Best Practices and Next Practices”, Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management Association World Conference, Anchorage, Alaska, June 2005.
 
10.    Panel Co-Chair for “Global IT Knowledge Portal: Innovations and Research Opportunities”, Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management Association World Conference, Anchorage, Alaska, June 2005.
 
11.    Panelist on “Cumulative Research in Global IS: Lessons Learned and Future Research Directions”, Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management Association World Conference, Anchorage, Alaska, June 2005.
 
12.    Panel Chair for "Grant Opportunities in Global IT", Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, San Diego, California, June 2004.
 
13.    Panelist on “Telework In Industry and Education”, Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, San Diego, California, June 2004.
 
14.    Panelist on “Publishing in IT Journals”, The 2003 Southeastern INFORMS Conference, October 1-3, 2003, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
 
15.    Panelist on "The Evolution of the Global IT Field", Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, Calgary, Canada, June 2003, pp. 313.
 
16.    Panelist on "Theory and Frameworks in Global Information Systems: Implications for Theory and Practice" Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, Calgary, Canada, June 2003, pp. 314.
 
17.    Panelist on "Globalisation and SMEs" Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, Calgary, Canada, June 2003, pp. 316.
 
18.    Panelist on "Journal Editors Speak" Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, Calgary, Canada, June 2003, pp. 318.
 
19.    Panelist on “Information Technology in Logistics – A Panel Discussion” at the Computer & Technology Showcase, Greensboro, North Carolina, October 15, 2002.
 
20.    Panelist on "Cumulative Research in Global Information Systems Research – Lessons Learned and Future Research Directions" Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, New York, USA, June 2002, pp. 237.
 
21.    Panelist on "Issues and Challenges for the Future of IT in North America: Reflections, Predilections, and Projections on a Global Environment" Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, New York, USA, June 2002, pp. 235.
 
22.    Panelist on "Global IT Theory and Frameworks" Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, New York, USA, June 2002.
 
23.    Panelist on "Global Information Technology Management Within Regions" Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, Dallas, Texas, USA, June 2001, pp. 271.
 
24.    Panelist on "Web-Centric E-Business will Obviate Research into International Informatics - Right?" Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, Memphis, Tennessee, USA, June 2000, pp. 276.
 
25.    Panel chair for "Qualitative Research into International Information Systems Needs Special Consideration - or Does it?" Proceedings - Global Information Technology Management World Conference, Memphis, Tennessee, USA, June 2000, pp. 277.
 
26.    Panel chair for "International IT Research: What, How, Where?" National Decision Sciences Institute, New Orleans, 1999.
 
27.    Panelist on "IS Journal Connection" at the AMCIS conference in Milwaukee, August 1999.   Represented the Journal of Global Information Technology Management in this editors' forum on several debatable issues.
 
28.    Delivered the keynote address "Global IT: A Stream of Research and Some Resources" at the IFIP Working Group 8.7 conference at ICIS in Helsinki, Finland (December 1998).
 
29.    Made a presentation "Some Thoughts on Global IT, and the Global IT Center at The University of Memphis, USA" at the Annual Cross-Cultural Research Meeting in Helsinki, Finland (December 18, 1998).
 
30.    Delivered the lunch keynote speech, titled: "Global IT: Research, Theory & Practice" at the inaugural conference of IFIP Working Group 8.7 (Informatics in Multinational Enterprises) on October 13, 1997 in Washington, D.C.
 
31.    Gave a plenary session speech on "Business Process Engineering".  ICAUTO-95 conference, Indore, India, December 1995.
 
32.    Conducted a very successful 3-day workshop on "Logical Modeling in Corporate Information Systems" in Tokyo, Japan for business executives (August 21-23, 1995).  The workshop was sponsored by Bunkyo University in Japan.
 
33.    Panelist on "Mapping Your Academic Career: Evolving Stages" at the 6th International Conference of the Information Resources Management Association in Atlanta, Georgia, 1995.
 
34.    Panelist on "The Future of Journal Publishing: Print, Electronic and CD-ROM - What is the Impact on Academicians and Practitioners?" at the 6th International Conference of the Information Resources Management Association in Atlanta, Georgia, 1995.
 
35.    Conducted a one-week workshop on "Logical Modeling in Corporate Information Systems" in Tokyo, Japan for analysts and managers in business (July 25-29, 1994).  The workshop was sponsored by Bunkyo University in Japan.  The workshop was highly acclaimed by the participants.
 
36.    Panel chair of "International Information Systems Research", at the 2nd International Conference of the Information Resources Management Association in Memphis, Tennessee, May 1991.
 
37.    Panelist on "Research Opportunities in Information Technology Management in the 1990s" at the 2nd International Conference of the Information Resources Management Association in Memphis, Tennessee, May 1991.
 
38.    Presenter at a workshop on "How to Develop Journal Articles, and Successfully Publish" at the 2nd International Conference of the Information Resources Management Association in Memphis, TN, May 1991.
 
39.    Panelist on "International Aspects of Information Technology Management" at the 1991 Southeast Decision Sciences Institute Annual Conference in Arlington, Virginia, February 1991.
 
40.    Panelist on "Information Technology Management: Research Perspectives of the 1990s" at the 1990 National Decision Sciences Institute Annual Conference in San Diego, November 1990. 
 
41.    Participated in a workshop on "Database Directions: Information Resource Management (IRM) ‑ Making It Work" on invitation of the  Institute for Computer Sciences and Technology of the National Bureau of Standards, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, October, 1985. Participated in the development of position papers on "IRM and the System Life Cycle".
RESEARCH:  Seminars & Presentations

GRANTS:
 
1.       Received (December 2010) UNCG Regular Faculty Research Grant for “Exploring the Synergy between Information Technology and Psychology for Better Understanding of Interpersonal Violence” (with Jacquelyn White). Amount: $10,000.
 
2.       Received (November 2010) IdURA grant from UNCG for “STUDENTS PREVENT: Student Research to Prevent Violence against Women and Children by Engaging Information Technology” (with Jacqueline White and Hamid Nemati).  Amount: $6,000.
 
3.       Submitted (March 2010) the proposal “Project PREVENT: Preventing Violence against Women and Children by Engaging Information Technology” to the IBM Center for The Business of Government (with Hamid Nemati and Jackie White).  Requested amount: $20,000.
 
4.       Submitted (February 2010) the proposal “The Impact of Cross-Cultural, Cross-Generational Knowledge Flows on IT Healthcare Project Teams” to the Project Management Institute (with Jay Liebowitz).  Requested amount: $50,000.
 
5.       Submitted (February 2010) the proposal “Project PREVENT: Preventing Violence against Women and Children by Engaging Information Technology” as an Earmark for the Department of Justice (with Jackie White and Hamid Nemati).  Requested amount: $300,000.
 
6.       Submitted (January 2010) the proposal “The Impact of Cross-Generational Knowledge Flows: A Case Study Using FDA Health Informatics Project Teams” to the IBM Center for The Business of Government (with Jay Liebowitz, PI).  Requested amount: $20,000.
 
7.       Submitted (December 2009) the proposal “Demystifying Electronic Health Records (EHR) Implementation: Practitioner and Research Issues” to the Department of Health and Human Services, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Requested amount: $46,124.
 
8.       Submitted (December 2009) the proposal “Application of Web Technology for Interpersonal Violence Prevention” to UNCG federal relations officer to be considered for congressional research funding.  Requested amount: $150,000.  The proposal was selected as one of four out of a total of eighteen proposals that will be submitted by UNCG for congressional funding. 
 
9.       Submitted (December 2009) the proposal “A Program of Research in Health Information Technology for North Carolinians” to UNCG federal relations officer to be considered for congressional research funding.  Requested amount: $300,000.  The proposal was not selected by UNCG for congressional funding request.
 
10.    Submitted (May 2009) a proposal to “establish, maintain and use a comprehensive population-based data surveillance system for persons with SCD and thalassemia” to CDC by Professor Joseph Telfair in HHP and State of North Carolina.  Prashant Palvia and Hamid Nemati from  MRC to serve as consultants.  Project tentatively funded for $333,521.  MRC pending amount: $5,000.
 
11.    Submitted (December 2008) with Kevin Lowe and Holt Anderson a proposal “Integrative Leadership Challenges in Mobilizing Health Care Information: The Case of NHIN” to the Center of Integrative Leadership, University of Minnesota.  Requested amount: $10,000.
 
12.    Submitted (October 2008) as Principal Investigator on behalf of the McDowell Research Center (with Nir Kshetri) to NSF.  Proposal title: titled "Cyber Control in Authoritarian Regimes: An Institutional Perspective". Requested amount: $468,052.
 
13.    Received (October 2008) seed grant of $5000 from Bryan School’s Dean's Research Scholar Program (with Nir Kshetri).  Proposal to be submitted to NSF titled "Cyber Control in Authoritarian Regimes: An Institutional Perspective”.
 
14.    Received in March 2008, a grant for $3,000 from United Guaranty Corporation (Greensboro, North Carolina) for the research project “Information Technology Work Environment Issues”.
 
15.    Submitted as Principal Investigator, in August 2005, the proposal “CRI: GRASP – A Community Resource to Support Global Collaboration in IS Research” to National Science Foundation.  Other members of team are: Carol Pollard, Mary Lind, and Choton Basu.  Requested amount: $794,709 over three years.
 
16.    Received, in December 2004, a grant for $25,000 from the Wachovia Corporation for the support of the Ph.D. program in the ISOM Department.
 
17.    Received, in December 2003, a grant for $25,000 from the Wachovia Corporation for the support of the Ph.D. program in the ISOM Department.
 
18.    Received, in January 2001, a grant for $7,500 from the Bryan School of Business and Economics at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro for the proposal “Globalization, Corporate Viability, and Emergence of Knowledge Management” (with Hamid Nemati and Riad Ajami)
 
19.    Received, in July 2000, a grant for $149,989 from the Office of Naval Research for the proposal “The Impact of Communications Media Characteristics on Information Acquisition and Favorability of Attitudes toward the Navy” (with Jim Van Scotter, David Allen, and Robert Otondo)                   
 
20.    In December 1997-January 1998, received a major grant from SCB Computer Technology to establish a Global IT Center at the University of Memphis.  The total grant was for over $1 million, and in two parts: a $500,000 endowment, and a 5-year research grant of $519,972 (1st year: $96,000, 2nd year: $99,840, 3rd year: $103,836, 4th year: 107,988, 5th year: 112,308).  These grants were reported in several newspapers (The Commercial Appeal, Memphis Business Journal, U of M Update, Helmsman).
 
21.    Received, in September 1996, a $2500.00 seed grant from the University of Memphis Office for Research & Graduate Studies to develop a Global Information Technology Center
 
22.    Submitted a grant proposal  (September 1995)  to Carnegie Bosch Institute at Carnegie Mellon University on “Global Executive Information Systems: Key Issues and Relationships”.  Requested amount: $16,575.
 
23.    Received, in March 1992, a $5000.00 grant from the U.S. Department of Education and the Center for International Business Education and Research at Memphis State University and Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. The grant was awarded to support the research project: "A Comprehensive Model for Global Strategic and Competitive Impact of Information Technology (GLOSCIT)".
 
24.    Received, in January 1992, an in-kind grant of $1000.00 from the Robert Wang Center at Memphis State University in support of the editorial office of the Journal of Global Information Management.
 
25.    Submitted a grant proposal (January, 1991) to Memphis State University Faculty Research Grants Committee on: "A Research Program on Global Information Technology Management, and Needs Assessment". Requested amount: $3,000.
 
26.    Received, in December 1990, a grant of $500.00 from the Fogelman College of Business & Economics at Memphis State University in support of the research proposal, titled: "Software Engineering:  Elements and Impact on Organizations".
 
27.    Submitted a grant proposal (Oct. 1990) to Peat Marwick Foundation on "Accounting Information Needs:  In Context of Firm Characteristics and Critical Success Factors of Multi-National Corporations" (with K. Austin and S. Zeltmann). Requested amount: $39,700.
 
28.    Received, in July 1990, an in-kind grant of $1000.00 from the Robert Wang Center at Memphis State University in support of the 1991 International Conference of the Information Resources Management.
 
29.    Received, in May 1990, a grant of $5000.00 from IBM Corporation in support of the 1991 International Conference of the Information Resources Management Association. (with Robert Schooley).
 
30.    Received, in May 1990, a grant of $2000.00 from INGRES Corporation in support of the 1991 International Conference of the Information Resources Management Association.
 
31.    Received, in May 1990, a grant of $1000.00 from INGRES Corporation for the MIS/DS department.
 
32.    Submitted a grant proposal (Oct. 1989) to Peat Marwick Foundation on "A Comparative Study of Use, Understanding & Awareness of Management Information Systems in Advanced and Developing Countries". Requested amount: $37,478.
 
33.    Submitted a grant proposal (Oct. 1989) to Peat Marwick Foundation on "Developing an International MIS Course for MBA Students". Requested amount: $31,000.
 
34.    Submitted a grant proposal (Sept. 1989) with R. Wilkes and S. Zeltmann to US Army Research Institute. Proposal topic: "Assessing Decision‑makers' Performance in a Hypermedia Environment".  Requested amount: $195,951.
 
35.    Received in summer 1989 a research grant from the Fogelman College of Business & Economics, Memphis State University for proposal titled: "Assessing the Use and Effectiveness of Information System Tools, Techniques, and Methodologies".  Grant amount: $5000.
 
36.    Submitted a grant proposal (Nov. 1988) to Peat Marwick Foundation on "Key Factors Influencing Information Quality in Transnational Business". Requested amount: $37,550.
 
37.    Submitted a grant proposal (Sept. 1987) to National Science Foundation on "Comprehensive Assessment of Information System Tools, Techniques and Methodologies". Requested amount: $257,448.
 
38.    Supported by the Tennessee Small Business Development Center (TSBDC) in a research study (in Sept. 1987) related to assessing the computer and information system needs of Tennessee small businesses. Assistance provided in the design and mailing of a survey instrument. Clerical and mailing support: $500.00.
 
39.    A computer equipment grant from AT&T of about $200,000 awarded (in 1986‑87) at Temple University's Department of Computer Science.  This grant was a direct result of proposals made in collaboration with another faculty member at Temple University.
 
40.    Research grant awarded by the Fogelman College of Business and Economics, Memphis State University in Summer, 1986 for projects on: "Evaluating Expert Systems", and "Evaluating Selected Information Systems Methods". Grant amount $10,400.
 
41.    Prepared a joint research proposal titled: "An Investigation into the Usage and Effectiveness of Information System Tools and Methodologies", and submitted to ACM‑SIGBDP.