Shan Wang is a Professor at the Edwards School of Business at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. Prior to joining the Edwards School of Business, she has worked as an Associate Professor for Renmin University, China. She received her Ph.D in MIS from McMaster University, Canada. Her research interests include electronic commerce, social commerce, online communities, business value of IT, and online learning. Her work has been published in several peer reviewed journals, such as Information and Management, Decision Support Systems, and Journal of Business Research.
Title: The Value Implication of Sellers' Following in Social Marketplaces: A Structural Holes Perspective
Abstract: Sellers in social marketplaces actively engage in following behaviors. However, extant research has repeatedly reported a negative effect of the followee number on seller performance, raising questions about sellers’ value in following others. Intrigued by this question, this study applies the theory of structural holes to understand and explain sellers’ value in following. That is, sellers whose followee networks span more structural holes are better positioned to gain social capital and thus achieve better performance. An empirical study of panel data with 1,023 Etsy sellers and their followee networks involving 156,176 alters per month supports this explanation — the structural holes in, instead of the size of, sellers’ followee networks have a significant, positive effect on their sales performance. The study further reveals that such effects are stronger for sellers with higher product diversification, more prominent followees, and lower followee status heterophily.
Paniti Netinant is a native of Bangkok. He is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Rangsit University, Thailand. He is currently the associate dean of the graduate school at Rangsit University. He is responsible for information technology and international affairs at the graduate school. He graduated with second class honors from Bangkok University in Thailand with a bachelor's degree in computer science. He earned a master's degree in computer science and a doctorate in computer science from the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, Illinois, the United States of America. He was a recipient of research grants from the Thai government. As a senior consultant, he worked in both the private and public sectors. Additionally, he is an associate editor for the SCOPUS-indexed Journal of Current Science and Technology and serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Digital Business and Social Science. He is particularly interested in data modeling and framework development, information technology design and development, the Internet of Things, information layers and services, and information management. He has recently chaired international conferences such as ICSIM2023, ICSIM 2022, ICBIM 2023, ICBIM 2022, ICEEG2022, and ICFECT2022 and served on their technical committees. He has published in several international journals and proceedings, including ACM Communications, ACM Computing Surveys, ACM Proceedings, IEEE Proceedings, Journal of Information and Communication Technology, TEM Journal, Sustainability Journal, and Journal of Current Science and Technology.
Title: Exploring the Potential of Information Flow Diagram (IFD) in Graduate Digital Library System Design and Development
Abstract: The increasing importance of digital library
systems in education has made the design and development of these systems a
crucial task. To address the challenges faced in this process, the authors
propose the utilization of the Information Flow Diagram (IFD) approach in the
design and development of a graduate digital library system. This research
provides a comprehensive overview of the IFD approach and its potential benefits
in digital library system design and development. Our detailed case study
demonstrates the feasibility and effectiveness of the proposed approach. The
authors also conduct a comparative analysis between the IFD approach and
traditional methods to evaluate the contributions and limitations of each
approach. User studies were conducted to assess the usability and effectiveness
of the digital library system designed using the IFD approach. The results
indicate that the IFD approach is a promising method for designing and
developing graduate digital library systems, offering a highly usable and
effective system. Overall, this research highlights the potential of the IFD
approach in digital library system design and development.
Assoc. Prof. Bambang Leo Handoko
Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia
Associate Professor Bambang Leo Handoko, academics and practitioners in the field of Auditing. Experience as auditor in public accounting firm, internal auditor for corporations and auditor for securing vital objects of the National Police Headquarters. He is an expert in financial auditing, forensic accounting, information technology auditing and also e-business. He has had many international publications in reputable journals and proceedings with many citation and acknowledgement from international researchers. He had won a lot of research grant from institution and government. Currently work as Subject Content Coordinator Auditing in Accounting Department, Faculty of Economic and Communication, Bina Nusantara University of Indonesia. He also technical committee in many reputable journal publisher and earn Scopus hi Index.
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