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ACIS 2021.

We are pleased to announce that Professor Mirbabaie has published two papers together with his co-authors in the proceedings of the Australasian Conference on Information Systems (2021).

They address in the first paper "Designing a Social Media Analytics Dashboard for Government Agency Crisis Communications" the usage of Social Media as a mouthpiece  for Government agencies in times of crisis. It has been shown that Social Media have become a valuable source for extracting data about societal crises and an important outlet to disseminate official information. Together with his co-authors he revealed that government agencies need tools that support them in analysing social media data for the public good. This paper proposes the development of a social media analytics dashboard for a regional government agency.

The second paper "Conscious Commerce – Digital Nudging and Sustainable E-commerce Purchase Decisions", which has been written in collaboration with Julian Marx and Johanna Germies, explores the capability of digital nudging in the context of green fashion e-commerce. The necessity of the analysis becomes apparent when looking at the so-called ‘fast fashion’ consumption, amplified through cost-effective e-commerce, constitutes a major factor negatively impacting climate change. Consequently, this study contributes to digital nudging and sustainability literature and informs practice with new insights on effective choice architectures in e-commerce.

Basyurt, A., Marx, J., Stieglitz S. & Mirbabaie, M. (2021). Designing a Social Media Analytics Dashboard for Government Agency Crisis Communications. Australasian Conference on Information Systems.

Mirbabaie, M., Marx, J. & Germies, J. (2021). Conscious Commerce – Digital Nudging and Sustainable E-commerce Purchase Decisions. Australasian Conference on Information Systems.

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