PRIME - Paderborn Research Colloquium on Information Management & Engineering

Im Rahmen des Forschungsseminars PRIME werden vom Department Wirtschaftsinformatik führende Forscherpersönlichkeiten sowie vielversprechende Nachwuchsforscher*innen der Wirtschaftsinformatik an die Universität Paderborn eingeladen.

© Mark A. Ritter, D.B.A., Dean, School of Business

DIE­SER PRI­ME VOR­TRAG ENT­FÄLLT! Dr. Mark Rit­ter "Bit­coin and Gold: A Re­turn Pro­fi­le Ana­ly­sis Using Self-Ex­ci­ting Thres­hold…

Leider kann der angekündigte Vortrag vorläufig nicht stattfinden! Ein Ersatztermin wird frühzeitig angekündigt. Im Rahmen des PRIME (Paderborn Research Colloquium on Information Management & Engineering) begrüßt das Department Wirtschaftsinformatik Herrn Dr. Mark Ritter (Dean, School of Business, La Salle University Philadelphia). Wir freuen uns auf seinen  Vortrag "Bitcoin and Gold: A Return Profile Analysis Using Self-Exciting Threshold…

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PRI­ME: Prof. Fe­thi Rab­hi, UNSW „On­to­lo­gy-dri­ven Ar­chi­tec­ture for Ma­na­ging ESG Me­trics”

Name: Prof. Fethi Rabhi Organisation: University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia Position: Professor, School of Computer Science and Engineering Titel des Vortrags: Ontology-driven Architecture for Managing ESG Metrics Abstract: The burgeoning significance of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) metrics in realms such as investment decision-making, corporate reporting, and risk management underscores the imperative for a robust,…

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PRI­ME: Prof. Ales­sio Ma­ria Brac­ci­ni, Uni­ver­sità deg­li Stu­di del­la Tus­cia, Vi­ter­bo "When to Open or Not? The Ro­le of Di­gi­tal…

Alessio Maria Braccini is a Full Professor of Business Organization and Information Systems at the Department of Economics Engineering Society and Busienss Organization (DEIM) at the University of Tuscia (Italy). He obtained a PhD in Management of Information Systems from LUISS Guido Carli University (Rome) under the supervision of Prof. Alessandro D’Atri. At the University of Tuscia, he teaches Digital Business Organization and Organization…

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PRI­ME: Prof. Dr. Su­san­ne Strahrin­ger, Tech­ni­sche Uni­ver­si­tät Dres­den "Mul­ti­ple Mi­ni Case Stu­dies – Con­dem­ned to be Mar­gi­nal?"

Abstract: Case study research is among the most used research methods in the Information Systems discipline. Over the last years, an increasing number of publications use case studies with only few sources of evidence, such as single interviews per case. While there is a lot of methodological guidance on how to rigorously conduct multiple case studies, it remains unclear how researchers may achieve an acceptable level of rigor for this emerging…

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Abstract Computer-assisted methods and tools can help researchers automate the coding process within literature reviews and accelerate the literature review process. However, existing approaches for coding textual data do not account for lexical ambiguity; that is, instances in which individual words have multiple meanings. To counter this, we developed a method to conduct rapid and comprehensive analyses of diverse literature types. Our method…

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