The Desautels Faculty of Management congratulates the following individuals who are the latest to be granted a Faculty Award for the period of September 1, 2017-August 31, 2020. The Faculty Awards recognise demonstrated research achievement and encourage the pursuance of future academic endeavors.
Authors: Chung, S., Han, K., Animesh, A., Pinsonneault, A.
Publication:2015 International Conference on Information Systems: Exploring the Information Frontier, ICIS 2015
The Globe’s roundup of research from business schools.
... Social media efforts prove good for a firm’s bottom line
Professor Animesh has been appointed Associate Editor of Information Systems Research (ISR) Journal. ISR is a leading peer-reviewed, international journal focusing on theory, research, and intellectual development for information systems in organizations, institutions, the economy, and society. It is dedicated to furthering knowledge in the application of information technologies to human organizations and their management and, more broadly, to improving economic and social welfare. Read more about the journal here.
Authors: Sunghun Chung, Animesh Animesh, Kunsoo Han and Alain Pinsonneault
ICIS 2014 Proceedings, December 15, 2014.
Authors: Oh, Hyelim; Animesh, Animesh; Pinsonneault, Alain
Professors Alain Pinsonneault and Animesh Animesh, and PhD candidate Hyelim Oh, have won the best paper award at the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) held in Milan, Italy from December 15 to 18, 2013.
The paper is entitled “Free vs. For a Fee: The Impact of Information Pricing Strategy on the Pattern and Effectiveness of Word-of-Mouth Via Social Media.” 1,249 papers which were submitted for publication consideration at the conference.
Online retailer Amazon is taking on supermarkets by delivering food directly to Canadians’ doorsteps.
The retail giant, which built its business selling books and entertainment through the mail, launched its new grocery category Thursday, in what’s certain to be an intensifying battle between grocers.
Amazon says the initial selection includes 15,000 non-perishable grocery products, like coffee, cereal and baby food, from a variety of brands such as Campbell, Nestle, Pepsi, and Kellogg.
(Video features Professor Animesh Animesh)
Professor Animesh Animesh talks to CTV Canada AM about Quebec government cracking down on AirBnB.
Watch full interview (starts at 07:09:00): CTV Canada AM, May 28, 2013
Authors: Yang, SungByung; Lim, JeeHae; Oh, Wonseok; Animesh, Animesh; Pinsonneault, Alain