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Congratulations to the AMCIS 2012 Award Winners

Wednesday, August 29, 2012  
Posted by: Michelle Syen

Congratulations to those whose research was recognized at AMCIS 2012!  Chosen from nearly 500 papers in 24 tracks, these authors' papers were chosen by the conference committee as the best of their class.

The AMCIS 2012 best papers are:

WINNER: "Operationalizing Personalized Medicine: Data Translation Practices in Bioinformatics Laboratories,” by Maryam Ficociello (Simon Fraser University, Beedie School of Business), Ellen Balka (Simon Fraser University, School of Communications)

FIRST RUNNER-UP: "A Two-tier Data-centric Framework for Flexible Business Process Management,” by Emily Liu (IBM Research), Frederick Wu (IBM Research), Zhe Shan (Manhattan College, Accounting, Law, and Computer Information Systems)

SECOND RUNNER-UP: "Social Commerce in a Networked Society: Considering Social Distance and Norms in Referral Incentive Mechanisms for Online Business,” by Nan Shi (Xi’an Jiaotong University, School of Management), Yili Hong (Temple University, Management Information Systems), Kanliang Wang (Renmin University of China, Management Science and Engineering)

The AMCIS 2012 best practitioner-oriented papers are:  

WINNER: "Seven Principles for Managing IT Solutions from a Provider’s Perspective,” by Alexander Herzfeldt, Michael Schermann, Helmut Krcmar (Technische Uinversitat Munchen)

FIRST RUNNER-UP: "Hanging with the Right Crowd: Matching Crowdsourcing Need to Crowd Characteristics,” by Lee Erickson, Irene Petrick, Eileen Trauth (The Pennsylvania State University, College of Information Sciences and Technology)

SECOND RUNNER-UP: "Do I Know What You Can See? Social Networking Sites and Privacy Management,” by Regina Collins (New Jersey Institute of Technology), Catherine Dwyer (Pace University), Starr Hiltz (New Jersey Institute of Technology), Harshada Shrivastav (New Jersey Institute of Technology)

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