Friday, September 20, 2019
Posted by: Brook Pritchett
AMCIS 2019 featured more than 290 completed papers, within 31 tracks and 145 minitracks. Each track identified its Best Paper in Track winner and those were then judged by the Best Paper Review Committee to identify the top two papers of AMCIS 2019.
Winner of AMCIS 2019 Best Paper was Linkage of Virtual Activites with Real Money Spending in Online Games by Youngsoo Kim, Texas Tech University; and Gunwoong Lee, Sung Kwan University.
First runner up for AMCIS 2019 Best Paper was A Systematic Mapping Study on Business Ecosystem by Anne Faber, Technical University of Munich; Maximillian Riemhofer, Technical University of Munich; Dr. Sven-Volker Rehm, Universite de Strasbourg; and Gloria Bondel, Technical University of Munich.
Special thanks to members of the Best Paper Review Committee, who included: