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Academic Forum Speakers

Venue: The View Hall
The academic forum will be provided only in English.

Lecture 1
09:00~10:20 July 3 (Wed.)

Dan J. Kim (Univ. of North Texas)
Dr. Dan J. Kim is a Fulbright Sr. scholar and professor of information technology and decision sciences at the University of North Texas.  His research interests are in multidisciplinary areas such as information security (InfoSec) and privacy, trust in electronic commerce, social media analytics, and others. His research work has been published or, in forthcoming more than 170 papers, in refereed journals, peer-reviewed book chapters, and conference proceedings including ISR, JMIS, JAIS, EJIS, CACM, DSS, etc.  His publications have been cited more than 7,000 times over the last five years. He has been awarded several research grants for multi-years including NSF, NSA, and Core Fulbright Scholarship grant. He serves or served as a guest, senior, and associate editor for several top journals including MISQ, ISM, and ISF.

Lecture 2
13:40~14:30 July 3 (Wed.)

Jae Kyu Lee (Xi’an Jiaotong Univ.)
Dr. Jae Kyu Lee is a Distinguished Professor of School of Management at Xi’an Jiaotong University since March 1, 2019. He is also a Professor Emeritus, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST: since September 2016, a life time honorary position) after his tenured professor services at KAIST that ended as HHI Chair Professor. He was appointed as a Distinuguished Visiting Professor of Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon Univeristy, Disitinguished Professor at Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea, and Visiting Chair Professor at Southern University of Science and Technology during September 2016-2018. He is a fellow and was the President of Association for Information Systems during 2015-6, the global organization of 4,400 Information System researchers. He was the Founder and Director of Bright Internet Research Center at KAIST and Xi’an Jiaotong University. He was a chair of International Conference on Information Systems in 2017, and was the founding chair of the Bright Internet Global Summit that was held in December 2017 in Seoul and in December 2018 in San Francisco. He received a B.A. in Industrial Engineering from Seoul National University (1973), a M.S. in Industrial Engineering from the KAIST (1975) and a Ph.D. in Operations and Information Systems from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania (1985). He was a visiting professor of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania (2000), City University of Hong Kong (2001), University of Texas at Austin (1995), and Carnegie-Mellon University (1989). He was the founding editor-in-chief of the journal, Electronic Commerce Research and Applications (Elsevier, SSCI and SCIE Accredited), and was the founding chair of the International Conference on Electronic Commerce in 1998. He was a chair of key international conferences such as International Conference on Electronic Commerce (ICEC 1998, and ICEC 2000), and Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (2001, 2006) as well as many other international conferences. He was the president of national academic societies such as Korea Society of Management Information Systems and Korea Society of Intelligent Information Systems. He has served for the program committee of numerous international conferences in information systems, electronic commerce and intelligent systems. He authored four English books and seven Korean books in the area of Electronic Commerce, Information System, and Intelligent Systems. His book Electronic Commerce: A Managerial Perspective (2018, 2016 Springer; since 2000, Prentice Hall, co-authored with Efraim Turban) has been cited more than 4,400 times. He published many international journal papers in leading international journals such as MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, Decision Support Systems, Communications of ACM, Management Science, International Journal of Electronic Commerce, Expert System with Applications, European Journal of Information Systems, and many others. He presented many keynote speeches and proceeding papers in major international conferences and workshops such as ICIS, PACIS, AMCIS, and ICEC. He received best paper awards nine times from the major conferences.

Lecture 5
13:40~14:30 July 4 (Thur.)

Ming K. Lim (Chongqing Univ.)
Dr. Ming K. Lim obtained his PhD in Manufacturing Systems from University of Exeter (UK) and B.Eng (Hons) in Manufacturing Engineering from University of Liverpool (UK). He is currently Executive Dean of College of Mechanical Engineering at Chongqing University (China) and Adjunct Professor of Supply Chain and Operations Management at Coventry University (UK). Prof Lim’s research is multi-disciplinary, integrating engineering, computer science, information technology and operations management. Most of his recent research work revolved around Radio-frequency Identification (RFID) technology, incorporated with Industry 4.0, Internet of Things, cloud manufacturing and big data analysis. His other research expertise includes circular economy, sustainable supply chain management, green/low carbon logistics, lean & agile manufacturing, responsive & reconfigurable manufacturing/supply chain, meta-heuristics, cost & system optimisation, system modelling and simulation. Prior to this role, he was Head of Centre of Excellence for Supply Chain Improvement and Professor of Supply Chain and Logistics Operations at University of Derby (UK). Prof Lim is Co-Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications (Taylor & Francis, SSCI, IF = 1.820) and Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of Supply Chain and Operations Resilience (Inderscience). He is also the Chairman of European Business Innovation and Technology Management Society, Advisory Council Member and Board of Trustees of the Asia Pacific Business Innovation and Technology Management Society, and Member of IFIP (International Federation for Information Processing) WG 5.7. Furthermore, he also holds the following roles: Editorial Board, Resources, Conservation and Recycling (Elsevier), Editorial Board, Industrial Management & Data Systems (Emerald), Editorial Board, Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal (Emerald).

Lecture 6
14:30~15:20 July 4 (Thur.)

Myong K. (MK) Jeong (Rutgers Univ.)
Dr. Myong K. (MK) Jeong is the Professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering and RUTCOR (Rutgers Center for Operations Research) of Rutgers Business School at Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA. He is a permanent member of DIMACS (Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science). He is the Director of Laboratory for Data Analytics and Process Insights. He received his BS in Industrial Engineering from Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea, in 1991, MS in Industrial Engineering from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Taejon, Korea, in 1993, MS in Statistics from Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, in 2002, and Ph.D. in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, in 2004. He was formerly an Assistant Professor in the Department of Industrial and Information Engineering, the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He worked as a senior researcher from 1993 to 1999 at the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI). He has focused on developing data mining and machine learning techniques in business, e-commerce, manufacturing, and process improvement. The applications include various industries such as gas/oil, semiconductor, transportation, bio-energy, computing, electronics, and automobile. He has published over 100 journal papers including IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Pattern Recognition, Scientometrics IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, Cybernetics, and Pattern Recognition Letters. He received the prestigious Freund International Scholarship and the National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award in 2002 and in 2007, respectively. His research has been supported by the National Science Foundation, National Transportation Research Center, United States Department of Agriculture, Qatar National Research Fund, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, and various industries. He has been a consultant for Samsung Electronics, Intel, IBM Watson Research Lab., ETRI, KISTI, and other companies. He served as the President of Data Mining Society of INFORMS (Institute for Operations Research and Management Science). He served as an Associate Editor and Editorial Board Member of various journals including IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering, International Journal of Business Analytics, and International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology.

Lecture 7
15:50~16:40 July 4 (Thur.)

YoungKi Park (George Washington Univ.)
Dr. YoungKi Park is an assistant professor of Information Systems at the George Washington University School of Business. He received his Ph.D. from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California and his MS from KAIST business school in Korea. He has 10 years of IT consulting experience in business intelligence, analytics and enterprise systems before pursuing his doctoral studies. His research focuses on IT Strategy in digitized business environments and he specializes in the set-theoretic configurational approach and qualitative comparative analysis (QCA). His work has been published in MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, and Research in Sociology of Organizations.

Lecture 8
16:40~17:30 July 4 (Thur.)

Chul Ho Lee (KAIST)
Dr. Chul Ho Lee held a Ph.D. in Management Science, with a major in MIS, from the University of Texas at Dallas. He is currently working for KAIST. Prior to joining in KAIST, he worked for Harbin Institute of Technology in China and for Xavier University in USA. His current research interests include economic analysis of FinTech and WOM, and the economic design of information security contract and policy. He has published papers in Information Systems Research and Computers in Human Behaviors. He served (or has served) as Associate Editor on ECIS, ICEC, and CORS/Informs.

Academic Forum Speakers

YoungKi Park
Professor of George Washington University


YoungKi Park
is an assistant professor of Information Systems at the George Washington University School of Business. He received his Ph.D. from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California and his MS from KAIST business school in Korea. He has 10 years of IT consulting experience in business intelligence, analytics and enterprise systems before pursuing his doctoral studies. His research focuses on IT Strategy in digitized business environments and he specializes in the set-theoretic configurational approach and qualitative comparative analysis (QCA). His work has been published in MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, and Research in Sociology of Organizations.

Title: Set-Theoretic Methods: Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) for IS Research
3:50PM – 4:40PM, July 4 (Thu), The View Hall

Information and digital technologies have become tightly interconnected with organizational and environmental elements. This ‘fusion’ has created a complex system that often exhibits nonlinear, discontinuous change such that a small adjustment in IT systems can trigger drastic, unexpected changes in other elements, and eventually the whole socio-technical system can change radically and possibly shift to new equilibriums. In such complex dynamics, the role of IT can be better understood as an element of the whole system rather than as a separate independent variable. Notwithstanding such an increasing need for a holistic systemic perspective, there is still a paucity of IS research that investigates how information and digital technologies effectively work together with organizational and environmental elements to produce the expected outcomes either at the individual, group, organization, or ecosystem level.
Recently, qualitative comparative analysis (QCA), a set-theoretic method to build a configurational theory, is drawing increasing attention of researchers to its capability to investigate the complex phenomena. QCA developed by Charles Ragin (1987) integrates the strengths of both case-oriented qualitative methods and variable-oriented quantitative methods, and can be applicable for small, medium, or large data. In the IS literature, a growing number of studies have employed QCA as their main research approach (e.g., El Sawy et al. 2010, Rivard & Lapointe 2012, Dawson et al. 2016, Park et al. 2017, Park & Mithas 2019, Lee et al. 2019). The tutorial will foster discussion about how QCA can help IS researchers build novel, richer theories.
The speaker has been using QCA extensively in his research for several years, and presented papers at premier conferences such as ICIS, AoM, AMCIS, and HICSS and publications appeared at journals such as MISQ, ISR, JAIS, JSIS, and RSO. He also has been exposed himself to new advancement in the set-theoretic methods by co-authoring papers with leading scholars for this method such as Peer Fiss (USC) at the strategic management discipline and also attending seminars specialized for QCA

Accommodation

ICEC 2019 Accommodation

http://www.haeundaegrandhotel.com

Room Rate
– City view: 139,150 won (not included breakfast)
– Beach view: 175,450 won (not included breakfast)
– Break fast: 27,830 won

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– Check-in time is 14h00 and check-out is at 12 noon.
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Registration

Register early and get discount! (until May 31, 2019) 

Registration fee

  • Paper Presenter and Full ParticipantUSD 350 until May 31, USD 400 until June 30, USD 450 on site (Academic Forum, Technical Sessions, Industry Forum in Korean, Half-Day Tutorials in Korean & Social Events Included)
  • Participant (Social events not included)USD 200 until May 31, USD 250 until June 30, USD 300 on site
  • Half-Day Tutorial in Korean(for each): USD 120 until May 31, USD 150 until June 30, USD 180 on site (Registering only a half-day tutorial does not include social events).

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Information Technology for Development

Call for Papers: Information Technology for Development

Special issue on Sharing Economy Enabled Digital Platform for Development

Special Issue co-editor(s)

Xusen Cheng
Professor, School of Information Technology and Management
University of International Business and Economics, China
Email: xusen.cheng@uibe.edu.cn

Jian Mou
Assistant Professor, School of Economics and Management
Xidian University, China
Email: jian.mou@xidian.edu.cn

Xiangbin Yan
Professor, School of Economics and Management
University of Science & Technology Beijing, China
Email: xbyan@ustb.edu.cn

Aims and Scope

The theme of this special issue will focus on the exploration of an emerging and rapidly developing form of collaborative consumption, popularly known as the “sharing economy”. This special issue aims to provide a forum for scholars, practitioners and policy-makers of sharing economy enabled digital platform to discuss the development strategies and prospects. Sharing economy relates closely to what is currently “hot” in the world of practice (e.g., Airbnb, Lending club, Uber, Didi, Mobike) and provides a convenient way of ‘sharing’ goods, services and other resources with the help of digital technology to achieve effective resource allocation and cost saving. The development of sharing economy in online communities suggests significant changes for the form of transportation, tourism, work location, etc. Previously unknown individuals acquired a unique way to meet new people, thus improve the social contacts and grow online communities. These broad impacts give rise to novel and important research questions and analytical approaches.
The aim of the special issue is to address these issues concerned with novel and important research questions, analytical approaches and make contributions on how emerging innovations like sharing economy can be used to bring about socioeconomic development (i.e., the process of social and economic development). In particular, the scope of the special issue includes perspective of quantitative and computational studies involving big data set, case studies, interpretive work, design science and action research related to sharing economy, creative conceptual or theoretical work on the effect of sharing economy, sharing economy enabled digital platforms in developing regions, and sharing economy with ICT for development etc. This special issue emphasizes the sharing economy in the context of developing parts of the world. We welcome papers that contribute to how digital platforms enable a sharing economy that may or may not bring about socioeconomic development. It is open to theoretical and empirical studies deploying a range of methodologies.

Topics addressed

We would like to invite the authors to submit their research on sharing economy enabled digital platform for development from theoretical, technological, social, psychological, econometric, behavioral, and design science perspectives. Research deploying different theoretical lenses could focus on behavioral study and system design, methods, modeling, and techniques in addressing various aspects of sharing economy enabled digital platform for development. The special issue will focus on a wide range of topics including but not limited to:

1. The impact of sharing economy on socioeconomic development 2. The strategies and success factors of sharing economy enabled digital platform.
3. Case studies of sharing economy enabled digital platforms for development.
4. Emerging issues in sharing economy for development.
5. Trust, privacy, security and ethical issues in sharing economy enabled digital platforms for development.
6. Social, behavioral, economical, psychological and technical factors influencing sharing economy enabled digital platforms for developing world.
7. User behavior and modelling in sharing economy.
8. System design of sharing economy enabled digital platforms.
9. Sharing economy related information systems, technologies, theories, methods, or models that could be transferred and applied from developed regions to developing regions.
10. Artificial intelligence, big data, machine learning and cloud computing technologies for sharing economy.
11. ICTs and sharing economy for development.
12. Design science and action research related to sharing economy.
13. Online collaboration in the sharing economy.
14. Business strategy and practice for sharing economy.
15. Policy making, public management and governance for sharing economy.

Paper Submission Instructions and review process

Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit original papers using the journal submission and reviewing web site https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/itd. Detailed submission guidelines can be found at http://www.tandfonline.com/action/authorSubmission?show=instructions&journalCode=titd20
Submitted papers should follow the instructions for authors and indicate “Sharing economy enabled digital platforms for development” special issue when uploading their papers. Submissions to the special issue should be full research papers or practice papers. Each submitted paper will be peer-reviewed in the same manner as other submissions to the Information Technology for Development. Relevance, quality and originality of the contribution are the major acceptance criteria for each submission.
After initial screening, papers are reviewed by selected members of the editorial board and peers from an international pool for quality, consistency and research contribution. Authors are welcome to nominate one of the special issue editors or preferred reviewers when submitting their paper where no conflict of interest exist (an existing business or professional partnership, past or present association as thesis advisor or thesis student, and/or collaboration on a project or on a book/article/report/paper or co-editing of a journal, compendium, or conference proceedings constitutes a conflict of interest). Papers submitted to this journal must contain original results and must not be submitted elsewhere while being evaluated. If a duplication is found, papers are subject to being rejected for that reason alone.

Important Dates

Deadline for submission: January 31, 2020
Notification of initial acceptance: March 31, 2020
Deadline for revised papers: May 31, 2020
Notification of final acceptance: June 30, 2020
Tentative publication date: July, 2020

ICEC 2019 Industry Forum

Venue: The Grand Ballroom
The ICEC 2019 Industry Forum will be provided mainly in Korean without simultaneous interpretation. Some speeches can be provided in English.

Registration Info

Wednesday, July 3 MC: Prof. Dohee Kwon (Kyung Hee Univ.)
09:00-10:20 Opening Lecture
09:00-09:40 AI-Based Business Model Trend (Prof. Kyoung Jun Lee, Kyung Hee Univ., Conference Chair of ICEC 2017)
09:40-10:20 Speaker (TBD), (Samsung SDS)
10:20-10:50

Coffee Break

10:50-12:10
Opening Ceremony
Opening Remark: Prof. Hyung Rim Choi (Dong-A Univ., Conference Co-Chair of ICEC 2019)
Welcome Address: Dr. Oh Keo-don (Mayor of Busan Metropolitan City)
Congratulatory Remark 1: Mr. Jiwon Jung (CEO of Korea Exchange)
Congratulatory Remark 2: Mr. Sunghyuk Moon (Minister of Oceans and Fisheries of Korea)
Plenary Keynote Speech: The Expansion of E-commerce Market from Air to Shipping (Dr. Sung Woo Lee, Korea Maritime Institute)
12:10-13:40 Lunch Time
13:40-15:20 13:40-14:30 Digital Transformation of BNK Bank (Mr. Hun-Ki Park, Vice President, BNK Financial Group)
14:30-15:20 5G: Technology Changing the World   (Mr. Jaeyong Suh, Vice President, LG Uplus)
15:20-15:50 Coffee Break
15:50-17:30 15:50-16:40 The 4th Industrial Revolution and the Future of Financial Industry (Prof. Jangwoo Lee,  Dean of Graduate School of Finance, Pusan National University, Conference Co-Chair of ICEC 2019)
16:40-17:30 User Centric FinTech, User’s Artificial Intelligence and User Centric New Economic Order (Mr. Kyung Yang Park, President & CVO of Harex Infotech Inc.)
Thursday, July 4 MC: Prof. Dohee Kwon (Kyung Hee Univ.)
09:00-10:20 09:00-09:40 Sharing Economy Business Trend and Policy Issues (Prof. Sung Byung Yang, Kyung Hee Univ., Program Chair of ICEC 2016)
09:40-10:20 Speaker (TBD), (MarkAny)
10:20-10:50

Coffee Break

10:50-12:10 10:50-11:30  China’s One Belt One Road and the Response of Busan Port (Prof. Paul Tae-Woo Lee, ZhejiangUniv. , China, Conference Co-Chair of ICEC 2019)
11:30-12:10 From Cathedral to Market: The 4th Industrial Revolution and Digital Transformation (Prof. Ho Geun Lee, Yonsei Univ. , Conference Chair of ICEC 2015)
12:10-13:40 Lunch Time
13:40-15:20 13:40-14:30 Present and Future of AI-based Text/Graph Mining (Prof. Wooju Kim, Yonsei Univ., Conference Chair of ICEC 2016)
14:30-15:20 The 4th Industrial Revolution and the Change  How We Work (Prof. Bokyung Bae, Executive Director, Executive Education Center, Business School, Korea University, Former President of IGM)
15:20-15:50 Coffee Break
15:50-17:30 15:50-16:40 5G Technology Trend and Business Model (Porf. Byungjoon Yoo, Seoul National Univ., Program Chair of ICEC 2015)
16:40-17:30 4The 4th Industrial Revolution and Direction of Innovative Business  (Prof. Gyoo Gun Lim, Hanyang Univ., President of 2020 Korea Society of IT Services)
18:00-20:00 Gala Dinner

Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review

Call for papers for the Special issue:
Smart Supply Chains and Intelligent Logistics Services

The rapid development of technologies such as big data, cloud computing, Internet of Things (IoT), blockchain, and artificial intelligence have led to supply chain innovation, and smart supply chains (SSCs) emerge. The SSC is an organizational form that relies on the internet and big data, aims to enhance customer value, and realizes efficient coordination of product design, procurement, production, sales and service through collaborative sharing, innovation mode and advanced technology. Besides SSCs, the intelligent logistics services (ILSs) also have been widely used in global enterprises, which emphasize on the integration of the IoT, the sensor network and the Internet.

In recent years, the emergence of SSCs and ILSs has changed the way supply chain operates. Not only large manufacturing companies but also many platform companies, such as Amazon, Alibaba, Cainiao Logistics, JD Logistics, are vigorously promoting the construction of SSCs and ILSs. Compared to the traditional supply chain and logistics systems, the SSCs and ILSs need a comprehensive application of technologies. These characteristics make the management process more complicated and deserve deeper explorations. This SI on “Smart Supply Chains and Intelligent Logistics Services” focuses on the theories and applications of SSCs and ILSs. The SI accepts scientific research based on various methods, such as optimization models, algorithms, quantitative case analysis and second-hand public data analysis. This SI will contribute to the expanding literature in SSCs and ILSs, and provides academics and the operations managers with a better understanding these important areas.

This SI will cover the following topics:

  • Operations mechanisms of smart supply chains and intelligent logistics services
  • Transformations from traditional supply chains to smart supply chains
  • Systems development from traditional logistics services to intelligent logistics services
  • Technological innovation mode of smart supply chains and intelligent logistics services
  • Research on related technologies supporting smart supply chains and intelligent logistics services
  • Typical applications and multi-case quantitative analyses of smart supply chains and intelligent logistics services
  • Smart supply chains and intelligent logistics services from platform perspectives
  • Sustainable development of smart supply chains and intelligent logistics services
  • Smart supply chain and intelligent logistics service management considering social/ environmental benefits
  • Sustainable operations methods of smart supply chain platforms with mobile devices
  • Policy research to promote the development of smart supply chains and intelligent logistics services
  • Data driven research on operations and supply chain management
  • Application of artificial intelligence and block chain technology in logistics and supply chain management

We, guest editors, will select the best papers through two tracks: An open track on the TRE Evise system, and an invited track for extended papers submitted to 2019 POMS International Conference in China (POMS-China) in Tianjin, China, and the 21st International Conference on Electronic Commerce (ICEC 2019) in Busan, Korea.

Key dates:

  • Announcement of SI on the TRE website: 1 April 2019
  • Open EVISE site on 1 June 2019
  • Close submission of manuscript 31 December 2019
  • Deliver Editorial to Co-EIC of TRE by 1 June 2020

Submission and review process

Submission process and papers must adhere to the normal author guidelines of Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, which can be found at https://www.elsevier.com/journals/transportation-research-part-e-logistics-and-transportation-review/1366-5545/guide-for-authors

Submission must be made via https://www.evise.com/profile/api/navigate/TRE with clear selection indicating that the submission is for this Special Issue. All submissions to the Journal TRE: should be submitted via the Transportation Research Part E online submission system. When you submit your paper to the special section, please choose article type “SSCs and ILSs” otherwise your submission will be handled as a regular manuscript.

Papers submitted to the Special Issue will be subjected to normal thorough double-blind review process.

For any queries please contact the Guest Editors

Professor Weihua Liu (Managing Guest Editor)
Department of Operations and Supply Chain Management,
College of Management and Economics, Tianjin University, China
E-mail: lwhliu@tju.edu.cn

Professor J. George Shanthikumar
Richard E. Dauch Chair of Manufacturing and Operations Management and Distinguished Professor of Management, Krannert School of Management, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN. USA.
Email: shanthikumar@purdue.edu

Professor Paul Tae-Woo Lee
Director of Maritime Logistics and Free Trade Islands Research Center,
Zhejiang University, China.
Email: paultaewoo.lee@zju.edu.cn

Professor Xiang Li
College of Economic and Social Development, Nankai University, China
E-mail: xiangli@nankai.edu.cn

Dr Li Zhou
Reader in Operations Management
Systems Management and Strategy Department, Business School,
University of Greenwich, SE10 9LS, UK
Email: Zl14@gre.ac.uk

 

 

 

Technical Sessions

Data/Venue: July 3-4, Studio 2, Studio 3 & Studio G

Wednesday, July 3

09:00-10:20    ICEC-W1, Studio 2
Sharing Economy
Session Chair: Kai Li (Nankai University)

  • Dual Path of Providers’ Trust Building in Sharing Economy: Based on ELM
    Liwei Li (Beijing Union University)
  • A Pricing-Based AI Solution for Electric Car Sharing System
    Kai Li (Nankai University), Xiaowen Wang (Nankai University)
  • The Research on the Willingness to Continue Use of Online Car-hailing Service Based on Expectation Recognition Theory
    Xia Hu (China University of Mining and Technology), Jingjing Cheng (China University of Mining and Technology), Yueqian Zhang and Yu Wang (China University of Mining and Technology)
  • Impact of Information and Communication Technology Factors on Users’ Intention to Adoption of Sharing Economy
    Pinghao Ye (Wuhan Business University), Qihua Liu (Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics), Liqiong Liu (Wuhan Business University) and Jian Mou (Xidian University)

09:00-10:20    ICEC-W2, Studio 3
Social Commerce & Mobile payment
Session Chair: Sung-Byung Yang (Kyung Hee University)

  • Exploring Consumers’ Sharing Personal Information Behavior on Social Commerce Sites
    Yen-Hao Hsieh (Tamkang University), Ya-Ting Lo (Tamkang University)
  • Understanding Clickbait Effectiveness
    Shiu-Li Huang (National Taiwan University), Yu-De Lin (National Taiwan University)
  • Exploring Adoption of Proximity Mobile Payments in Retailing: A Merchant Perspective
    Li Shu (Southwestern University of Finance and Economics), Chen Xiaogang (Southwestern University of Finance and Economics), Quanpeng Chen (Southwestern University of Finance and Economics)
  • On Mobile Payment Decision Model under Time Pressure? From the New Perspective of Prospect Theory
    Quanpeng Chen (Southwestern University of Finance and Economics), Xiaogang Chen (Southwestern University of Finance and Economics) and Shu Li (Southwestern University of Finance and Economics)

09:00-10:20    ICEC-W3, Studio G
e-CRM: Consumer Intention and Adoption, Marketing and Pricing
Session Chair: Younki Park (George Washington University)

  • Researching Consumers’ Intentions to Select Based on Multi-Attribute Interval Reference
    Meihua Zuo (Guangdong University of Technology), Hongwei Liu (Guangdong University of Technology), Zhouyang Liang (Guangdong University of Technology) and Yonghua Zuo (Jiangxi Normal University)
  • An Empirical Analysis of Consumer Reactions to Data Breach in E-Commerce: Evidence from a Large-Scale Natural Experiment
    Nakyung Kyung (KAIST), Jiyong Park (KAIST), Juhee Kwon (KAIST) and Byungtae Lee (KAIST)
  • Comparison of Product Reliability, Purchase Intention and E-WOM Intention according to Online Information Sources of Korean and Chinese Consumers
    Jaehun Kim (Pusan National University) and Jongkuk Shin(Pusan National University)
  • The Effect of Choice Attributes of Internet Bank on Satisfaction and Behavioral Intention
    Ji-Hee Jung (Gyeongnam National University of Science and Technology), Jae-Ik Shin (Gyeongnam National University of Science and Technology)

10:20-10:50    Coffee Break


10:50-12:10    Opening Ceremony in Grand Ballroom


12:10-13:40   Lunch Time


13:40-15:20    ICEC-W4,  Studio 2
e-Commerce Strategy I
Session Chair: Haejung Yun (Ewha Womans University)

  • Does the Development of E-commerce Promote the Growth of peasants’ income? An Investigation on the Policy Performance of E-commerce into Counties in China
    Qiuyun Li (Xi’an Jiaotong University), Qi Li (Xi’an Jiaotong University), Yuehuan Tang (Xi’an Jiaotong University) and Bohong Zhu (Xi’an Jiaotong University )
  • Understanding the Association between Customer Experience and Emotional Attachment in O2O Context
    Chunghun Lee (National Information Society Agency), Haejung Yun (Ewha Womans University) and Choong C. Lee (Yonsei University)
  • Understanding the Antecedents of Review Helpfulness Based on the Elaboration Likelihood Model
    Gang Ren (Kookmin University) and Taeho Hong (Pusan National University)
  • The Determinants of eMarketplace Selection in China
    Jae Kyu Lee (Xi’an Jiaotong University), Jooyoung Park (Peking University), Minxuan Luo (Southern University of Science and Technology) and Yixuan Liu (Southern University of Science and Technology)
  • eTailer’s Two-Dimensional Revenue Model: Lessons from Amazon and Alibaba
    Jae Kyu Lee (Xi’an Jiaotong University), Jooyoung Park (Peking University), Yixuan Liu (Southern University of Science and Technology) and Minxuan Luo (Southern University of Science and Technology)

13:40-15:20    ICEC-W5,  Studio 3
FinTech & Financial Markets
Session Chair: Young-Chan Lee (Dongguk University Gyeongju Campus)

  • What Drives Chinese Consumers’ Behavior in Switching between Cash and Cashless? A Perspective of the PPM Framework
    -Hong-Lei Mu (Dongguk University Gyeongju Campus) and Young-Chan Lee (Dongguk University Gyeongju Campus)
  • The Impact of FinTech on Economy: A Theoretical Framework
    Yao Zhao (Beijing Normal University) and Yanfang Wang (Beijing Normal University)
  • Non-Green Investors Predict Green Stocks Better: Empirical Evidence from StockTwits
    Euro Bae (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) and Daegon Cho (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
  • How Different Features of Posts on SNS Engage Young Generation to Adopt Fintech Services
    Pei-Fang Hsu (National Tsing Hua University), Yen-Ju Tseng (National Tsing Hua University) and Tuan Thanh Nguyen (National Tsing Hua University)
  • Impact of Sade Event on Chinese and South Korean Stock Markets: An Analysis Based on Microblog Emotions
    Jialiang Yang (Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen), Qingyu Zhang (Shenzhen University) and Jifan Ren (Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen)

13:40-15:20    ICEC-W6: Studio G
AI Approaches: Neural Networks, Chatbot, and CBR
Session Chair: Kyung Young Lee (Dalhousie University)

  • Artificial Intelligence in e-Commerce: Recommender Systems and Chatbots
    Jehoram Mwila (Kobe Institute of Computing)
  • Diseases Prediction using Machine Learning
    Adyan Marendra Ramadhani (Dong-A University), Narang Kim (Dong-A University)
  • CBR in the Reservoir Dispatching and Emergency Management System
    Xiaomei Wang, Han Qin (Northwestern Polytechnical University)
  • Neural Network- Based Method For Predicting User’s Purchase Intention
    Hui Liu (Beijing Institute of Technology), Shuang Wei (Beijing Institute of Technology)
  • Investigating Usability and Use Continuance of Chatbot Services
    Emmanuel Emokpae (Dalhousie University), Kyung Young Lee (Dalhousie University), Sung-Byung Yang (Dalhousie University)

15:20-15:50    Coffee Break


15:50-17:30    ICEC-W7, Studio 2
e-Commerce Strategy II
Session Chair: Byungwan Koh (Korea University)

  • Is Group-Buying Price Mechanism a Good Choice in the Business-to-Business System?
    Lei Guan (Beijing Institute of Technology, Yongxue Mu (Beijing Institute of Technology), Qiudan Zhang (Beijing Institute of Technology), Wenxi Gu (Ernst & Young Advisory Services Limited) and Lianmin Zhang (Nanjing University)
  • A Sampling Strategy for Unbundled Digital Contents
    Xia Hu (China University of Mining and Technology), Jingjing Cheng (China University of Mining and Technology), Yueqian Zhang (China University of Mining and Technology) and Yu Wang (China University of Mining and Technology)
  • The Utilization of Technological Resources By The SMEs Of Bangladesh And Its Impact On e-Commerce Adoption
    Md Billal Hossain and Sazzad Hossain (Kumoh National Institute of Technology, American International University Bangladesh)
  • When Does the Largest Social Networks Collapse?
    Yong Joon Hyoung (Kyung Hee University), Kyoung Jun Lee (Kyung Hee University) and Arum Park (Kyung Hee University)
  • A Study on Customer retention and Customer Equity in China Mobile Communication industry
    Xiaoting Jiang (Pusan National University) and Tae Ho Song (Pusan National University)

15:50-17:30    ICEC-W8, Studio 3
Machine Learning
Session Chair: Kyung Jin Cha (Kangwon National University)

  • Research on Mixed Model of CNN and LSTM Based on Text Classification
    Wu Zhimin (Tianjin Normal University) and Wang Shiwen (Tianjin Normal University)
  • Graph Attention Neural Networks for Measuring Provision of Emotions
    Chang Liu (Chinese University of Hong Kong) and Keehyung Kim (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
  • Sequence Data Tagging with Multi-rank Embedding
    Hwa Jong Kim (Kangwon National University), Kyung Jin Cha (Kangwon National University) and Seong Eun Hong (Kangwon National University)
  • Research On New Methods Of Abnormal Behavior User Prediction
    Xia Huosong and Zhou Yanjun (Wuhan Textile University)
  • Identifying Market Structure to Monitor Product Risk Uncertainty: A Data Intelligence Model
    Hongming Gao (Guangdong University of Technology), Mingjun Zhan (Guangdong University of Technology) and Hongwei Liu (Guangdong University of Technology)

15:50-17:30    ICEC-W9, Studio G
Big Data, and Social Network Analysis
Session Chair: Lee SeoYoung (DongYang University)

  • Risk Screening of Tax Compliance of Manufacturing Listed Companies Based on Association Rules
    Ying Qu, Lanlan Gao (Hebei university of science and technology) and Xiaoxin Han (Hebei university of science and technology)
  • Online Review Sentiment Analysis and Fashion Product Prediction
    Xia Huosong and An Wuyue (Wuhan Textile University)
  • Measuring Brand Equity Using Customer Reviews: Naive-Bayes Classifier Approach
    Jaesun Yeom (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology) and Han-Gyun Woo (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology)
  • A Multi-Period Product Recommender System in Online Food Market based on Recurrent Neural Networks
    Hea In Lee (Kyung Hee University), Il Young Choi ((Kyung Hee University), Hyun Sil Moon (Kyung Hee University) and Jaekyeong Kim (Kyung Hee University)
  • Do Emotions Drive Guests’ Satisfaction with Hotel Stay? Revisiting Cognitive Dissonance Theory by Text Mining Online Hotel Reviews
    Anjali Chhetri (Holmesglen Institute), Su Nguyen Nguyen (LaTrobe University), Achini Adikhari (LaTrobe University) and Damminda Alahakoon (LaTrobe University)

Thursday, July 4

09:00-10:20    ICEC-T1, Studio 2
Privacy and Security
Session Chair: Huosong Xia (Wuhan Textile University)

  • A Systematic Review of Security in Electronic Commerce- Threats and Frameworks
    Isuri Udara and Nuwan Kuruwitaarachchi (Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology)
  • The Role of Privacy Fatigue in Privacy Calculus
    Hanbyul Choi (UNIST), Jonghwa Park (UNIST) and Yoonhyuk Jung (Korea University)
  • Does Information Security Knowledge of Logistics Services Users Affect the Behavioral Control for Privacy Protection?
    Se Hun Lim (Sangji University, University of North Texas) and Dan J. Kim (Sangji University, University of North Texas)
  • The Effect of Privacy Policy Awareness on the Willingness to Provide Personal Information in Electronic Commerce
    Jongki Kim (Pusan national university) and Dawoon Oh(Pusan national university)

09:00-10:20    ICEC-T2, Studio 3
Crowdsourcing and Funding
Session Chair: Keehyung Kim (Chinese University of Hong Kong)

  • Crowdsourcing: A Bibliographic and Visualized Analysis Using CiteSpace
    Lifang Peng (Xiamen University), Jiawei Wang Xiamen University) and Xingxing Wang (Xiamen University)
  • Experts in Crowdfunding Projects
    Siqi Pei and Keehyung Kim (Chinese University of Hong Kong )
  • Investigating Dynamics of Crowdfunding Policy
    Keehyung Kim (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
  • A Comparison of Donation’s Price Fairness Perception Across Online and Offline Contexts
    Zhongyou Du (Pusan National University) and Tae Ho Song (Pusan National University)

09:00-10:20    ICEC-T3, Studio G
Big Data Analysis and Applications (Korean Session)
Session Chair: Narang Kim (Dong-A University)

  • An Analysis of the Sentiments of Visitors to Gamcheon Culture Village Based on Opinion Mining
    Seungeui Ryu (Dong-A University) and Hyun Jong Kim (Dong-A University)
  • Analysis of Civil Affairs Trends Using the LDA Topic Modelling Technique
    Ju-Sup, Park (Dong-A University), Saemi Lee (Dong-A University) and Soon-Goo Hong (Dong-A University)
  • A Big Data Driven Establishment of Regional Governance for Urban Regeneration and Tourism Revitalization: a Case Study of Gamcheon Culture Village
    Taihun Lee (Dong-A University)
  • A Performance Comparison of Automatic Classification Algorithms for Text
    Narang Kim (Dong-A University), Adyan Marendra Ramadhani (Dong-A University) and Soon Goo Hong (Dong-A University)

10:20-10:50    Coffee Break


10:50-12:10  ICEC-T4, Studio 2
Blockchain & Crtyptocurrency
Session Chair: Jongki Kim (Pusan National University)

  • Impacts of Blockchain Technology on Trust through Payment, Circulation and Credit Systems in Cross-border E-commerce
    Xiaorong Yang (Xidian University) and Rong Du( Xidian University)
  • Why do Countries Regulate Cryptocurrencies Differently? A fsQCA-based Analysis
    Liu Zhigang (Southwestern University Of Finance and Economics)
  • Design and Implementation of Welfare Lottery System Based on Block chain
    Xia Hu (China University of Mining and Technology), Wenjie Zhong (China University of Mining and Technology), Jingjing Cheng (China University of Mining and Technology), Qiaoyu Zhang (China University of Mining and Technology), Chi Wang (China University of Mining and Technology)
  • Addressing Inter-Platform Trust Problem via Blockchain-Based Cross-Border B2B E-Commerce System
    Zhihong Li (South China University of Technology), Guihong Qiao (South China University of Technology), Xiaoying Xu (South China University of Technology)

10:50-12:10  ICEC-T5, Studio 3
e-Hospitality and online health
Session Chair: Gang Ren (Kookmin University)

  • Impacts of Patients Reviews on Doctors’ Pricing Strategy in Online Healthcare Service Platform
    Wang Qing (Xidian University ), Ai Shizhong (Xidian University) and Tongyao Zhao (Xidian University)
  • Antecedents of Health Information Privacy Concerns in Online Health Communities
    Tongyao Zhao (Xidian University ), Rong Du and Qing Wang (Xidian University )
  • Research on Influencing Factors of Doctor Selection in Online Medical Consulting Platform Based on Online Reviews
    Yalu Wang (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications), Yan Wan (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications), Jinping Gao (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications), Baojun Ma (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications)
  • The Effect of Message by Consumption Value on Consumer Responses to Cause-related Marketing in the Hotel Industry
    Haejin Seo (Pusan National University), Tae Ho Song (Pusan National University)

10:50-12:10  ICEC-T6, Studio G
Social Media
Session Chair : Jin Lee (University of Missouri-St. Louis)

  • A Sociability Typology of Social Media Users
    Jessica Chen (National Chi-Nan Unervisity), Li-Ting Huang (Chang Gung University)
  • Diffusion Process of New Social Issues in Public Media: Semantic/Social Network Analysis Approach
    Jin Lee (University of Missouri-St. Louis)
  • The Detrimental Effect of Exclusive Personalization on Consumer-to-Consumer Engagement in Social Media
    Rakesh Patidar (IIITDM Jabalpur), Sunil Agrawal (IIITDM Jabalpur)
  • Psychological Distress and Life Satisfaction: The Role of SNS Usage As Coping Strategy
    Liu Fan (Shandong University of Science and Technology), Xiaoping Zhang (Shandong University of Science and Technology), Lei Wang (Shandong University of Science and Technology)

12:10-13:40   Lunch Time


13:40-15:20    ICEC-T7, Studio 2
Sharing Economy II, Advertising, Digital Contents
Session Chair: Xusen Cheng (University of International Business and Economics)

  • Examining Influencing Factors on Continuance Intention to Use Shared Electric Scooters: The Mental Accounting Theory Perspective
    Lin Li (Kyung Hee University), Kyung Young Lee (Dalhousie University), Sung-Byung Yang (Kyung Hee University)
  • Effects of Trust on e-Loyalty in Ride-Sharing: A Perspective of Transaction Cost
    Tingting Hou (University of International Business and Economics), Xusen Cheng (University of International Business and Economics)
  • Understanding Trust Influencing Factors for Robo-advisor Customers: A Preliminary Model
    Fei Guo (University of International Business and Economics), Xusen Cheng (University of International Business and Economics)
  • Effects of CRM Content on Pre-Roll Advertising: Moderating Effect of Arousal, Product Yype
    Weiwei Deng (Pusan national university), Taeho Song (Pusan National University)
  • A Sampling Strategy for Unbundled Digital Contents
    Seul-Ah Kim, Byungwan Koh (Korea University)

13:40-15:20    ICEC-T8, Studio 3
e-Marketing/e-WOM
Session Chair: Andreas Gregoriades (Cyprus University of Technology)

  • How to Optimize Pre/Post Marketing Activity through the Deconstruction of eWOM: The Case of the Movie Industry
    Xina Yuan (Xiamen University), Hailin Zhang (Yonsei University), Tae Ho Song (Pusan National University)
  • Electronic Word of Mouth Analysis for Marketing Strategy Evaluation
    Andreas Gregoriades (Cyprus University of Technology), Elena Ektoros (University of Manchester)
  • Integrate DEMATEL and ISM Approaches to Find the Attraction Factors of YouTubers Sponsored Ads in Consumers
    Jui-Yen Chang (National Chengchi University)
  • The Effect of Motives to Use Digital Signage Content on Content Satisfaction and Product Attitude in Retail Stores -The Adjusting Effect of Product Involvement and Digital Signage Type-
    Hyun Young Jeon (Pusan National University), Jong-Kuk Shin (Pusan National University)
  • Storytelling and Social Networking: Why Luxury Brand Needs to Tell Its Story
    Min-Sook Park (Catholic University of Pusan), Minkyung Moon (Pusan National University)

13:40-15:20    ICEC-T9, Studio G
Globalization and Cross-Border Issues
Session Chair: Artur Strzelecki (University of Economics in Katowice)

  • Exploring the Purchase Intention in Cross-border E-commerce: An Integration of Hierarchy-of-effects Model and Commitment-involvement Theory
    Wenlong Zhu (Qingdao University of Technology), Jian Mou (Xidian University)
  • Analysis on the Promotion of Chinese “Brand to the Sea” by Cross-border E-Commerce
    Li Jun (Tianjin University Of Commerce)
  • Content Delivery Networks in Cross-border E-commerce
    Artur Strzelecki (University of Economics in Katowice)
  • Product Information Traceability Model for Cross-Border E-commerce
    Zhiyong Liu (Dalian University of Technology), Zipei Li (Dalian University of Technology)
  • Why Did the No. 1 Game Portal Ourgame.com, the Korean-Chinese Joint Venture, Fail?
    Miri Heo (Kyung Hee University), Kyoung Jun Lee (Kyung Hee University)

15:20-15:50    Coffee Break


15:50-17:30    ICEC-T10, Studio 2
e-Logistics and e-Transportation
Session Chair: Prem Chhetri (RMIT University)

  • A Model to generate an Optimal Freight Transit Network for Landlocked Nation of Nepal
    Prem Chhetri (RMIT University), Shahrooz Shahparvari (RMIT University), Paul Tae-Woo Lee (RMIT University)
  • A Mathematical Model Formulation of Traditional Indian Agri-Fresh Food Supply Chain
    Rakesh Patidar (IIITDM Jabalpur), Sunil Agrawal (IIITDM Jabalpur)
  • A Dynamic Interaction between International Logistics and Cross-border E-commerce Trade: Evidence from OECD Countries
    Yugang He (Chonbuk National University)
  • The Status Quo of China’s Fourth-Party Logistics Industry Development and Strategy
    Chunxia Zhang (Pusan National University), Hoyeol Bang (Pusan National University)
  • Examining Privacy Paradox in the Context of Social Network Service Privacy Settings: Focused on the Mediating Role of Implementation Intention
    Jongki Kim (Pusan National University), Jianbo Wang (Pusan National University)

15:50-17:30    ICEC-T11, Studio 3
Organization Performance & e-Learning
Session Chair: Xina Yuan (Xiamen University)

  • Multi-tasking Strategy against Task Overload
    Park Junyoung (Kookmin University), Park Do-Hyung (Kookmin University)
  • A Study on Strategic Group Classification and Performance of Chinese Cosmetic Industry – Focused on Cognitive Approach –
    Cuijing Liang (Pusan National University), Hoyeol Bang (Pusan National University)
  • The Effect of Entrepreneurial Education on Entrepreneurial Intentions -Focus on Mediating Effect of Entrepreneurial Opportunity Recognition-
    Hongpeng Zhang (Pusan National University), Huanhuan Wang (Pusan National University), Jongkwan Kim (Pusan National University)
  • The Influence of Entrepreneurial Leadership on Team Performance and follower Entrepreneurial Intent: Evidence from SMEs in China
    Hongpeng Zhang (Pusan National University), Huanhuan Wang (Pusan National University), Jongkwan Kim (Pusan National University)
  • Using Fuzzy-AHP Method to Find the Key Factors Influencing Students Attention to Knowledge-based Content Video on YouTube
    Jui-Yen Chang (National Chengchi University)
  • How to Maintain the Willingness to Repurchase Services in the Sharing Economy: Based on Value Co-Creation
    Jialiang Yang (Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen), Jifan Ren (Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen)

15:50-17:30    ICEC-T12, Studio G
Innovation and Enterpreneurship
Session Chair: Seok Chan Jeong (Dong Eui University)

  • The Influence of Service Innovation, Internationalization Degree and Manufacturing Servitization on Operational Performance of Manufacturing Industry
    Peng Michael Yao-Ping (Xi’an University of Posts & Telecommunications), Zhang Yuan (Xi’an University of Posts & Telecommunications)
  • Moderating Effects of Personal Domain-Specific Innovativeness: A Focus on Wearable Devices Adoption and Purchase Intention
    Seok Chan Jeong (Dong Eui University), Beomjin Choi (California State University Sacramento)
  • The Expected Effects of Regulatory Sandbox on FinTech venture Investment : Focusing on the Cross-Country Comparisons
    Joo-Yeun Heo (Yonsei University), Jayoung Goo (Yonsei University)
  • Exploring Small Entrepreneurs’ Goals in E-Commerce: A Goal Hierarchy Approach
    Jonghwa Park (UNIST), Hanbyul Choi (UNIST), Yoonhyuk Jung (Korea Universit)
  • The Moderating Effect of Managerial Ability on the Relations Between Corporate Social Responsibility and Earnings Management in China
    Jia Rui, (Pusan National University), Jong Seo Choi (Pusan National Univeristy)

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