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Bio

Carol Xiaojuan Ou is a full professor of Information Management at Tilburg University. Her research interests include digital transformation, digital platforms, applied business analytics, cross-cultural studies, knowledge management, social networks, computer-mediated communication, and electronic commerce. Carol is serving as a Senior Editor for Information Systems Journal, Information & Management, as well as IT and People. She is a Certified IS Auditor, an Academic Advocate or IS Audit and Control Association, as well as a Committee Member of various conferences on IS and IT.

Teaching

320124 IT Governance and Strategic Sourcing

Courses

Recent publications

  1. Predicting re-loan success based on friendship network characteristic…

    Gao, H., Liu, H., Ou, C., Pavlou, P. A., Zhu, H., & Zhan, M. (2018). Predicting re-loan success based on friendship network characteristics in the online micro-loan marketplace. In Proceedings of 24th Americas Conference on Information Systems (2018 AMCIS): Digital Disruption [14] New Orleans: Association for Information Systems.
  2. The professional responsibilities of ERP experts - A new form of orga…

    Davison, R. M., Ou, C., & Ng, E. (2018). The professional responsibilities of ERP experts: A new form of organizational citizenship behaviour. In Proceedings of the 22nd Pacific-Asia Conference on Information Systems (2018 PACIS) (pp. 2708-2719). Yokohama: Association for Information Systems.
  3. Corporate communication network and stock price movements - Insights …

    Zhou, P-Y., Chan, K., & Ou, C. (2018). Corporate communication network and stock price movements: Insights from data mining. IEEE Transactions on Computational Social Systems, 5(2), 391-402.
  4. Interpersonal knowledge exchange in China - The impact of guanxi and …

    Davison, R. M., Ou, C., & Martinsons, M. G. (2018). Interpersonal knowledge exchange in China: The impact of guanxi and social media. Information & Management, 55(2), 224-234.
  5. Subverting organisational IS policy with feral systems - A Case in Ch…

    Davison, R. M., & Ou, C. (2018). Subverting organisational IS policy with feral systems: A Case in China. Industrial Management and Data Systems, 118(3), 570-588.

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