Dr. Prashant Palvia

Joe Rosenthal Excellence Professor

Information Systems and Supply Chain Management

Email Address: pcpalvia@uncg.edu

Phone: 336.334.4818

Biography

Dr. Prashant Palvia is Joe Rosenthal Excellence Professor in the Bryan School of Business & Economics at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA. Dr. Palvia served as Department Head from 2000 to 2004, Information Systems Ph.D. Program Director from 2003 to 2008, and McDowell Research Center Director from 2007 to 2011. Prior to 39 years in academics, he had 9 years of industry experience. He received his Ph.D., MBA, and MS from the University of Minnesota and BS from the University of Delhi, India. Twenty-three Ph.D. students have completed their dissertations under his guidance. Prof. Palvia received UNCG’s senior research excellence award in 2005.  He has worked extensively in the field of Global Information Technology Management (GITM). He founded the Global Information Technology Management Association (GITMA) in the year 2000, and chaired its annual conferences from 2000 to 2014, 2018, and the virtual conference in 2020. He also chaired the EMR Implementation conferences at UNCG in 2010 and 2011.

Professor Palvia is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Global Information Technology Management, Associate Editor for Information & Management and is on the editorial board of several journals. His research interests include global information technology management, healthcare IT, security and privacy, virtual teams, societal issues of IT, and media choice theory. Dr. Palvia has been ranked among the top IS researchers by many publications and was recently listed among the top 1% of all IS researchers worldwide by the 2020 Stanford University’s Global Scholar List. He has published 143 journal articles, 6 books, 21 book chapters, and 254 conference proceedings. Google Scholar shows 12,723 citations to his works and an h-index of 48. Articles have appeared in such journals as the MIS Quarterly, Decision Sciences, Journal of AIS, Communications of the ACM, Communications of the AIS, Information & Management, Decision Support Systems, and ACM Transactions on Database Systems. He has co-edited six books on Global Information Technology Management and Global Sourcing of Services. In 2013, he formed an international research team and launched “The World IT Project”, which looks at important IT issues in 37 countries across the world. This is a multi-year project, currently in advanced stages of writing. Several publications have already appeared and more are expected, including the book “The World IT Project: Global Issues in Information Technology” published in May, 2020.

Education

University of Minnesota

1984.      Ph.D. from the School of Management with Quantitative Analysis as the major and Management Information Systems as the related field.  Thesis title: An Analytical Investigation into Record Structuring and Physical Database Design of Generalized Logical Data Structures.

1974.      MBA with emphasis in MIS and QA. Minors: Finance and Marketing.  GPA: 3.7

1972.      M.S. in Operations Research and Industrial Engineering.  GPA: 4.0

University of Delhi

1971.      B.S. in Mechanical Engineering.  Was in the top 5%.

Research/Publications

  1. Palvia, P., Ghosh, J., Jacks, T., Serenko, A., and Turan, A. “The World IT Project: Global Issues in Information Technology”. NOW Publishers Inc. May 2020.
  2. Palvia, S.C.J, and Palvia, P. “Global Sourcing of Services: Strategies, Issues and Challenges”. World Scientific, 2017.
  3. Palvia, P., Palvia, S.C.J., and Harris, A.L. “Managing Global Information Technology: Strategies and Challenges”. Ivy League Publishing, 2007.
  4. Palvia, P., Palvia, S., and Roche, E. “Global Information Technology and Electronic Commerce”.  Ivy League Publishing, 2002.
  5. Palvia, P., Palvia, S., and Roche, E. “Global Information Technology and Systems management: Key Issues and Trends”.  Ivy League Publishing, 1996.
  6. Palvia, S., Palvia, P., and Zigli, R.  “The Global Issues of Information Technology Management”. Idea Group Publishing, 1992.
  7. Rathore, B., Biswas, B., Gupta, R. & Palvia, P. (2023). Twenty-Five Years of the Journal of Global Information Technology Management: A Bibliometric Analysis. Journal of Global Information Technology Management. 26 (3), pp. 181-196.
  8. Uppala, V., Palvia, P., & Ankem, K. (2023). The Impact of Twitter Users’ Characteristics on Behaviors: Insights Into the Role of Followers. International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction (IJTHI)19(1), 1-19.
  9. Uppala, V., Palvia, P., and Ankem, K. (2023). Anatomy of Twitter Followership. First Monday. Volume 28, Number 3.
  10. Huang, Z., Palvia, P., and Mehta, N. Social Media Discontinuance: The Salient Roles of Dark Side and Regret. Journal of Information Technology Case and Application Research. Accepted on February 17, 2023.
  11. Oguz, A., Mehta, N., and Palvia. P. Cyberbullying in the Workplace: A Novel Framework of Routine Activities and Organizational Control. Internet Research. Accepted on December 19, 2022.
  12. Jacks, T., Palvia, P., Serenko, A., and Ghosh, J. (2022). Global perspectives on IT occupational culture: A three-way cultural analysis. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 51 (1), 27.
  13. Yeo, B., Serenko, A., and Palvia, P. (2022). One size does not fit all: Global perspectives on IT worker turnover. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, in-press. Accepted on July 28, 2022.
  14. Palvia, P., Ghosh, J., Jacks, T., Serenko, A., and Turan, A. (2022). Are IT workers from Mars? An examination of their national culture dimensions. The DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems. Accepted on May 27, 2022.
  15. Ghosh, J., Palvia, P., Serenko, A., and Jacks, T. Individuality matters: A world view of individual issues of IT professionals. Communications of the Association for Information Systems. 50 (1), 20, 2022.
  16. Serenko, A., Sasaki, H., Palvia, P., & Sato, O. Turnover in Japanese IT professionals: Antecedents and nuances. Australasian Journal of Information Systems. 26, 2022.
  17. Buia, S., Le-Nguyenb, K., Buic, Q., Jacks, T., and Palvia, P. “IT Workplace Preferences, Job Demands, and Work Exhaustion,” Journal of Computer Information Systems. pp. 1-12, 2021.
  18. Palvia, P., Serenko, A., Ghosh, J. and Jacks, T. “Information Technology Issues and Challenges of the Globe: The World IT Project,” Information & Management. December, 2021.  58(8), 103545.
  19. Palvia, P., Serenko, A., Ghosh, J. and Jacks, T. “Sorry, the World is Not Flat: A Global View of Organizational Information Systems Issues,” IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 2021.
  20. Cranefield, J., Gordon, M. E., Palvia, P., Serenko, A. and Jacks. T. “From fun-lovers to institutionalists: uncovering pluralism in IT occupational culture,” Information Technology & People. 35(3), 925-955. 2021.
  21. Wall, J., Palvia, P., and D”Arcy, J. “Theorizing the Behavioral Effects of Control Complementarity in Security Control Portfolios,” Information Systems Frontiers. 24(2), 637-658, Accepted in 2021, published in 2022.
  22. Wall, J. and Palvia, P. “Understanding employees’ information security identities: An interpretive narrative approach,” Information Technology & People. 2021.
  23. Daneshvar Kakhki, M., Mousavi, R, and Palvia, P. “Evidence quality, transparency, and translucency for replication in information systems survey research” Communications of the Association for Information Systems. 49 (1), 3. Accepted in 2020, published in 2021.
  24. Palvia, P., Ghosh, J., Jacks, T., Serenko, A., and Turan, A. “Insights from the World IT Project survey on IS organizational trends”. MIS Quarterly Executive. 18(20), 21-29. Accepted in 2020, published in 2021.
  25. Palvia, P., Serenko, A., Benitez, J., & Liang, T. P. “Professor Edgar H. Sibley: A Tribute and A Scientometric Profile,” Journal of Global Information Technology Management, Vol 23, No. 4, October 2020.
  26. Wei, X., Mehta, N., and Palvia, P. “Value Co-Creation Dimensions and Challenges in EHR Systems,” Journal of Information Technology Case and Application Research, 22(3), 188-215. 2020.
  27. Palvia, P., Benitez, J., Liang, T.P. and Chau, P.Y., “Tribute to Professor Edgar H. Sibley and His Contributions to the IS Discipline,” Information & Management, 57(5), 103321, 2020.
  28. Brown, W. S. and Palvia, P. “Differing Perceptions of Mobile Devices: Company Issued Devices and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD),” International Journal of Mobile Computing and Multimedia Communications. 11(3), 38-47, 2020. 
  29. Yeo, B., Serenko, A., Palvia, P. Sato, O., Sasaki, H., Yu, J., and Guo, Y. “Job Satisfaction of IT Workers in East Asia: The Role of Employee Demographics, Job Demographics, and Uncertainty Avoidance,” The DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems, 52(2), 94-126. Accepted in 2020, published in 2021.
  30. Sarker, S., Palvia, P., Oguz, A., Wu, C., and Xiao, X. “Editorial: A Brief Retrospective (2013-2019),” Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 20(12), 1. Accepted in 2019, published in 2020.
  31. Modaresnezhad, M., Iyer, L., Palvia, P, and Taras, V. “Information Technology (IT) Enabled Crowdsourcing: A Conceptual Framework.” Information Processing and Management. Impact Factor 3.892. Vol 57, No 2, 2020.
  32. Dissanayake, I., Mehta, N., Palvia, P., Taras, V., & Amoako-Gyampah, K. (2019). “Competition Matters! Self-Efficacy, Effort, and Performance in Crowdsourcing Teams.” Information & Management. 56(8), 103158, 2019.
  33. Scholtz, B., Van Belle, J.P., Nienga, K., Serenko. A., and Palvia, P. “The Role of Job Satisfaction in Turnover and Turn-Away Intention of IT Staff in South Africa.” Interdisciplinary Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management. Volume 14, 2019, pp. 077-097.
  34. Bellini, C. G. P., Palvia, P., Moreno, V., Jacks, T., & Graeml, A. Should I stay or should I go? A study of IT professionals during a national crisis. Information Technology & People. 2019.
  35. Palvia, P., Ghosh, J., Jacks, T., Serenko, A. and Turan, A. “Trekking the Globe with the World IT Project.” Journal of Information Technology Case and Application Research. 20(1), 3-8, 2018.
  36. Thambusamy, R., and Palvia, P. “U.S. Healthcare Provider Capabilities and Performance: The Mediating Roles of Service Innovation and Quality.” Information Systems Frontiers. 22(1), 91-111, Accepted in 2018, published in 2020.
  37. Jacks, T., Palvia, P., Iyer. L., Sarala, R., and Daynes, S. “An Ideology of IT Occupational Culture: The ASPIRE Values.”  The DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems. Volume 49, Issue 1, 2018, pp. 93-117.
  38. Palvia, P., Baqir, N., and Nemati, H. “ICT for Socio-Economic Development: A Citizens’ Perspective.” Information & Management. Vol 55, 2018, pp. 160-176.
  39. Huang, Z., and Palvia, P. “Invasion of Privacy by Smart Meters: An Analysis of Consumer Concerns.” Journal of Information Privacy and Security. Vol 13, No. 3, 2017, pp. 120-136.
  40. Palvia, P., Jacks, T., Ghosh, J., Licker, P., Livermore, C., Serenko, A., and Turan, A. “The World IT Project: History, Trials, Tribulations, Lessons, and Recommendations”. Communications of the Association for Information Systems. Vol. 41 , Article 18, Nov. 2017.
  41. Palvia, P., and Daneshvar Kakhki, M. “Methodological and Topic Trends in JGITM: A 10-Year Retrospect”.  Journal of Global Information Technology Management. Vol. 19, No. 3, 2016, pp. 149–153
  42. Palvia, P., Chau, P.Y.K., Daneshvar Kakhki, M., Ghoshal, T., Uppala, V., and Wang, W. “A Decade Plus Long Introspection of Research Published in Information & Management”.  Information & Management. In press, 2016.
  43. Liao, C; To, P-L; Won, Y-C; Palvia, P; and Daneshvar Kakhki, P.  “The Impact of Presentation Mode and Product Type on Online Impulse Buying Decisions”. Journal of Electronic Commerce Research. Vol 17, No 2, 2016, pp. 153-168.
  44. Palvia, P., Daneshvar, K. M., Ghoshal, T., Uppala, V., and Wang, W. “Methodological and Topic Trends in Information Systems Research: A Meta-Analysis of IS Journals”.  Communications of the Association for Information Systems. Vol. 37, Article 30, 2015, pp. 630-650.
  45. Palvia, P., Baqir, N., and Nemati, H. “ICT Policies in Developing Countries: An Evaluation with the Extended Design-Actuality Gaps Framework”. Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries. Vol. 71, 1, pp. 1-34, 2015
  46. Palvia, P., Jacks, T., and Brown, W. “Critical Issues in EHR Implementation: Provider and Vendor Perspectives”. Communications of the Association for Information Systems. Vol 36, Article 36, 2015.
  47. Brown, W. and Palvia, P. “Are Mobile Devices Threatening Your Work-Life Balance?” International Journal of Mobile Communications. Vol. 13, No. 3, 2015
  48. Qian, R., and Palvia, P.  “Towards an Understanding of Cloud Computing’s Impact on Organizational IT Strategy”. Journal of IT Case and Applications Research.  Accepted on January 20, 2014.
  49. Turan, A. H., and Palvia, P. “Critical Information Technology Issues in Turkish Healthcare”. Information & Management. Vol 51, Issue 1, January 2014, pp. 57-68.
  50. Jacks, T. and Palvia, P. “Measuring Value Dimensions of IT Occupational Culture: An Exploratory Analysis”. Information Technology and Management.  Vol 15, 2014, pp. 19-35.
  51. Wall, J.D., Palvia, P. and Lowry, P.B. “Control-Related Motivations and Information Security Policy Compliance: The Role of Autonomy and Efficacy”. Journal of Information Privacy & Security. Vol 9, Issue 4, 2013
  52. Palvia, P. and Thambusamy, R. “Electronic Medical Records Application Development: Perspectives of the Service Provider”.  Journal of IT Case and Applications Research.  Vol. 15, No. 2, 2013, pp. 11-29.  
  53. Pinjani, P., and Palvia, P.  “Trust and Knowledge Sharing in Diverse Global Virtual Teams”.  Information & Management.  Volume 50, Issue 4, June, 2013, pp. 144-153.
  54. Palvia, P., Lowe, K., Nemati, H., and Jacks, T. “Information Technology Issues in Healthcare: Hospital CEO and CIO Perspectives”. Communications of the Association for Information Systems.  Vol. 30, No 1, Article 19, May 2012, pp. 293-312.
  55. Midha, V. and Palvia, P. “Factors Affecting the Success of Open Source Software”.  Journal of Systems and Software. Volume 85, Issue 4, April 2012, pp. 895–905.
  56. Palvia, S., Palvia, P., Xia, W., and King, R.C. “Critical Issues of IT Outsourcing Vendors in India”.  Communications of the Association for Information Systems. Volume 29, September 2011.  pp. 203-220.
  57. Kshetri, N., Palvia, P., and Dai, H. “Chinese Institutions and Standardization: The Case of Government Support to Domestic Third Generation Cellular Standard”. Telecommunications Policy.  Vol. 35, 2011, pp. 399–412
  58. 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.
  59. Palvia, P., Pinjani, P., Cannoy, S.D., and Jacks, T. “Contextual Constraints in Media Choice: Beyond Information Richness”.  Decision Support Systems. Vol. 51, 2011, pp. 657–670
  60. Jacks, T., Palvia, P., Schilhavy, R., and Wang, L. “A Framework for the Impact of IT on Organizational Performance”. Business Process Management Journal. Vol. 17 No. 5, 2011, pp. 846-870.
  61. 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.
  62. Liao, C., Palvia, P., and Lin, H-N. “Stage Antecedents of Consumer Online Buying Behavior”. Electronic Markets.  Accepted on January 22, 2010.
  63. Midha, V., 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.
  64. 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.
  65. 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.
  66. Palvia, P.  “The Role of Trust in E-Commerce Relational Exchange: A Unified Model.” Information & Management.  46, 2009, pp. 213-220.
  67. 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.
  68. 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.
  69. 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.
  70. 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.
  71. 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.
  72. 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.
  73. 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.
  74. 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.
  75. 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.
  76. 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.
  77. 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.
  78. 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.
  79. 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.
  80. Mok, W.Y., Palvia, P., and Paper, D.  “On the Computability of Agent-Based Workflows.” Decision Support Systems.  Vol. 42, 2006, pp. 1239-1253.
  81. 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.
  82. 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.
  83. 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.
  84. 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.
  85. Akmanligil, M. and Palvia, P.  “Strategies for Global Information Systems Development.”  Information & Management.  Vol. 42, issue 1, December 2004, pp. 45-59.
  86. 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.
  87. 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.
  88. 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.
  89. 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.
  90. 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.
  91. 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.
  92. Palvia, P.  “Editorial Preface: Global Information Technology Management Research: A Reality Check”.  Journal of Global Information Technology Management.  Vol. 4, No. 2, April 2001.
  93. 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.
  94. Lim, D. and Palvia, P.  “EDI in Strategic Supply Chain: Impact on Customer Service.”  International Journal of Information Management.  2001, pp. 193-211.
  95. 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.
  96. 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.
  97. 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.
  98. Palvia, P.  “Methodological Dilemma in MIS Research.”  Journal of Information Technology Cases & Applications.  Vol 1, No 4, 1999, pp. 1-4.
  99. 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.
  100. Palvia, P.C., and Palvia, S.  “An Examination of the IT Satisfaction of Small-Business Users.”  Information & Management.  Vol. 35, 1999, pp. 127-137.
  101. 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.
  102. 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.
  103. Palvia, P.C.  “Developing a Model of the Global and Strategic Impact of Information Technology.” Information & Management, Vol 32 (5), 1997, pp. 229-244.
  104. Palvia, P.C.  “Research Issues in Global Information Technology Management.”  Information Resources Management Journal. Vol 11, No 2, Spring 1998, pp. 27-36.
  105. 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.
  106. Palvia, P.C. “A Model and Instrument for Measuring Small Business User Satisfaction with Information Technology.”   Information & Management, Vol 31, 1996, pp. 151-163.
  107. 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.
  108. 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.
  109. 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.
  110. Palvia, P.C  “A Dialectic View of Information Systems Outsourcing: Pros and Cons.”  Information & Management, Vol 29, 1995, pp. 265-275.
  111. 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.
  112. 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.
  113. Palvia, P.C.  “Objectivity in MIS Research.”   Information Resources Management Journal, Vol 8, No 3, Summer 1995, pp. 3-4.
  114. Palvia, P.C.  “Global Management Support Systems: A New Frontier.”  Journal of Global Information Management, Vol 3, No 1, Winter 1995, pp. 3-4.
  115. 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.
  116. 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.
  117. Palvia, P.C.  “About Reframing the Frameworks”.  Information Resources Management Journal, vol 7, no 1, Winter 1994, pp. 3-4.
  118. 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.
  119. Palvia, P. “The Global Information Technology Environment”.  Journal of Global Information Management, Vol 1, No 2, Spring 1993, pp. 3-5.
  120. Palvia, P., and Nosek, J.T. “A Field Examination of System Life Cycle Techniques and Methodologies.”  Information & Management, Vol 25, 1993, pp. 73-84.
  121. 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.
  122. 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.
  123. 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.
  124. 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.
  125. Palvia, P., and Palvia, S. “MIS Issues in India and a Comparison with the United States.” International Information Systems, April 1992, pp. 100-110.
  126. 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.
  127. Palvia, P. “On End User Productivity: Results of Controlled Experiments,” Information & Management, Vol. 21, 1991, pp. 217-224.
  128. 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.
  129. 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.
  130. Palvia, P. “An Interactive DSS Tool for Physical Database Design,” Information Sciences, Vol. 54, April, 1991, pp. 239-262.
  131. 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.
  132. 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.
  133. Nosek, J.T. and Palvia, P. “Software Maintenance Management: Changes in the Last Decade,” Journal of Software Maintenance, Vol. 2, 1990, pp. 157-174.
  134. 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.
  135. 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.
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  137. Palvia, S., Palvia, P., and Zigli, R.M. “Global Issues of Information Technology Management,” Feature article in Information Management Bulletin, January, 1990.
  138. 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.
  139. Palvia, P. “Sensitivity of the Physical Database Design to Changes in the Underlying Factors,” Information & Management, Vol. 15, 1988, pp. 151‑161.
  140. 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.
  141. 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.
  142. Palvia, P. “The Effect of Buffer Size on Pages Accessed in Random Files,” Information Systems, Vol. 13, No. 2, 1988, pp. 187‑191.
  143. Palvia, P. “Heuristic Optimization of Physical Databases; Using a Generic & Abstract Design Model,” Decision Sciences, Summer 1988, Vol. 19, No. 3, pp. 564‑579.
  144. Palvia, P. “Batched Searching in Database Organizations,” Information Sciences, June 1988, Vol. 45, pp. 23‑37.
  145. 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.
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  147. Palvia, P. and March, S.T. “Approximating Block Accesses in Database Organizations,” Information Processing Letters, August, 1984, Vol. 19, pp. 75‑79.
  148. Palvia, P. “Obtaining Public Perceptions by Jury: Quantification by Indirect Scaling,” Decision Sciences, October, 1982. Vol. 13, No. 4, pp. 638‑653.
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