Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, PACIS 2005, Bangkok, Thailand, July 7-10, 2005.
Trevor T. Moores
: An Analysis of the Impact of Culture and Wealth on Declining Software Piracy Rates: A Nine-Year Study.
: Computer-Based Information Systems and Knowledge Management: Contrasting the Objectivist and Subjectivist Perspectives.
: Factors Influencing Employees' Deep Usage of Information Systems.
, Glenn Hofmeyer
: An Investigation into the Factors Influencing the Adoption of B2B Trading Exchanges in Small Businesses in Western Australia.
, Mohammed Quaddus
: Model of Knowledge Management Systems Adoption and Diffusion in Western Australia: Analysis by Partial Least Square Approach.
: A Complex Network Structure Design for Load Balancing and Redundant.
Vivien K. G. Lim
: The Moderating Effect of Neutralization Technique on Organizational Justice and Cyberloafing.
, Jian Ma
: A Web Services Approach to Model Management in DSS.
: Enterprise System Implementation and the Linguistic Shaping of Organizational Knowledge.
: A Theory-based Model for the Study of Executive Information Systems Adoption by the Top-level Managers.
: City Planning Approach for Rebuilding Enterprise Information Systems: The Move towards a More Effective EIS City Planning Approach.
: XML-Based Heterogeneous Database Integration For Data Warehouse Creation.
: A Decision Making Framework for Information Technology Enabled Business Process Outsourcing.
: Alignment: Resolving Ambiguity within Bounded Choices.
Anne C. Rouse
: The Role of Benchmarking and Service Level Agreement (SLA) Practices in IT Outsourcing Success.
, Thomas Hess
: Operationalizing Economic Theory for Use in IT Evaluation: A Principal-Agent Based Framework for Assessing Collective IT Investments.
: E-Government IT Investment: Insights from a Lens Model.
, Euiho Suh
, Natalia Em
: A Strategic Model for Consolidating BSC Measures Based on the Desirability Function: A Case Study of a Website Company.
, Chenghong Zhang
: Discovering Users' Participant Roles in Virtual Communities with the Help of Social Interaction Theories.
, Minh Q. Huynh
: An Integrative Model of Trust on IT Outsourcing: From the Service Receiver's Perspective.
: Defining Intangible IS Project Products Using PRINCE2 Product Descriptions.
, Tom Gellrich
: The Impact of Perceived Risk on the Capital Market's Reaction on Outsourcing Announcements.
, Paul J. Hu
, May Wang
: Towards Analytical Approach to Effective Website Designs: A Framework for Modeling, Evaluation and Enhancement.
: Emerging Information System Applications in Brick-and-Mortar Supermarkets: A Case Study of Content Provision Devices and RFID-Based Implementations.
One-Ki Daniel Lee
, Kai Lim
: Redefining Organizational Information Technology-Based Capabilities with an Integrative Framework for Multiple Levels of Analysis.
Mustafa A. Ally
, Mark Toleman
: A Framework for Assessing Payment Security Mechanisms and Security Information on e-Commerce Web Sites.
: Build to Succeed: The Effect of Store Design Factors on Online Trust and Store Usefulness.
Christy M. K. Cheung
, Moez Limayem
: Understanding Continuance of Advanced Internet-based Learning Technologies: The Role of Satisfaction, Prior Behavior, and Habit.
, Licino Roque
: Using Value Nets to Map Emerging Business Models in Massively Multiplayer Online Games.