Lecturer: Prof. Patrick Y.K. Chau, University of Hong Kong
Host: Professor CHEN Yang, School of Business Administration
Time: 10:00-11:30 Wednesday, Nov.28, 2018
Venue: 209 Room, BlockA, Tongbo Building, Liulin Campus, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
Organizer: School of Business Administration and Office of Research Affairs
Introduction to the speaker:
Professor Patrick Y.K. CHAU is Padma and Hari Harilela Professor in Strategic Information Management and Associate Dean (Taught Postgraduate Programmes) at the Faculty of Business and Economics of The University of Hong Kong. He received his PhD in business administration from the Ivey Business School, The University of Western Ontario in 1992.
Dr. Chau is known for his research in IT adoption/implementation and electronic commerce. He has over 90 journal publications which are well cited by scholars in the academic community. Many of his papers published in various top-tier and highly reputed journals, including MIS Quarterly, Journal of Management Information Systems, European Journal of Information Systems, Journal of Association for Information Systems, Communications of the ACM, Decision Sciences, Decision Support Systems, Information & Management, and many others. As of September 2018, the total number of citations of his papers in Google Scholar reaches over 17,000 with an H-index of 50. He is currently the Editor-in- Chief of Information & Management and a Senior Editor of Journal of the Association for Information Systems.
Turning research to publication is a key step for an academic to advance in his/her academic career. This is especially the case for those who are early in their academic career. Thus, knowing the publishing game becomes a “necessary condition” in this career development process. This talk aims to provide the audience with an experience sharing session from a scholar who has been an editor or on editorial board of more than a dozen ISI indexed journals in the Information Systems discipline. He will share his publication experiences from the perspectives of an editor, a reviewer and an author respectively.