Dr. Jack Shih-Chieh Hsu is an Associate Professor
at the Department of Information Management,
National Sun Yat-sen Unversity, Taiwan. He received
his PhD in management information systems from
the University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida,
USA. He has had articles published or accepted in
Information Systems Research, Decision Sciences,
Information Systems Journal, Information &
Management, Decision Support Systems, and others.
His research interests include various behavioral
issues in electronic commerce, information security,
and software project management areas. He can be
contacted at email@example.com
Yu Wen Hung is a PhD candidate in Information
Management at National Sun Yat-sen University,
Taiwan. Her research focuses on behavioral issues
in information systems development manage-ment and control and electronic commerce. Her
research has been published in academic journals
(e.g., Information Systems Research, Information &
Management, International Journal of Information
Management, Project Management Journal ®) and
in international conference proceedings (e.g., PACIS,
ECIS, Pre-ICIS WISP). She can be contacted at
Dr. Sheng-Pao Shih is an Associate Professor in the
Department of Information Management at Tamkang
University, Taiwan. He obtained his PhD in informa-tion management from National Central University,
Taiwan and was a visiting scholar at the University
of Central Florida. His work has been published in
Project Management Journal ®, Information Systems
Research, Information & Management, Computers in
Human Behavior, and others. His research interests
include software project management, behavioral
information security, and information technology per-sonnel. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Hui-Mei Hsu is an Assistant Professor in the
Business Management Department at National
Kaohsiung Normal University, Taiwan. She received
her PhD in management information systems from
National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan. Her
research interests include healthcare informa-tion systems, electronic commerce, healthcare
management, and electronic medical records. Her
published works have appeared in Telemedicine and
e-Health, Journal of Medical Systems, and Journal
of Information Management. She can be contacted
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