Publications by PhD Students and Supervisors

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Journal Publications by PhD Students

  1. Ansong, E. & Boateng, R. (2019). Surviving in the digital era – business models of digital enterprises in a developing economy, Digital Policy, Regulation and Governance, https://doi.org/10.1108/DPRG-08-2018-0046
  2. Adam, I.O., Effah, J., & Boateng, R. (2019). Activity theory analysis of the virtualization of teaching and teaching environment in a developing country university. Education and Information Technologies, 24(1), 251-276. Publisher: Springer.
  3. Ofoeda, J., Boateng, R. & Asmah, A. (2018). Virtualization of government‐to‐citizen engagement process: Enablers and constraints. Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, 84(5), e12037. https://doi.org/10.1002/isd2.12037. Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
  4. Ansong, E. & Boateng, R. (2018). Organisational adoption of telecommuting: Evidence from a developing country, Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, 84(1), 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1002/ISD2.12008. Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
  5. Ansong, E., Boateng, S.L., & Boateng, R. (2017). Determinants of E-Learning Adoption in Universities: Evidence from a Developing Country. Journal of Educational Technology Systems46(1), 30-60. Publisher: Sage Publications
  6. Adam, I.O., Effah, J., & Boateng, R. (2016). Using Activity Theory with Agency Theory: A Case Study of Administrative Work Environment Virtualization for Higher Education Information Management. Journal of Enterprise Information Management, 30(5), 723-747. Publisher: Emerald Publishing.

 

Book Chapter Publication by PhD Students

  1. Asiedu, S.T., & Boateng, R. (2019). Development of Strategies and Transformation Paths for Structured and Targeted Digital Change: The Case of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana Trinity Congregation. In N. Urbach & M. Röglinger (eds.) Digitalization Cases (pp. 205-224). Springer, Cham.
  2. Marfo, J.S., & Boateng, R. (2015). Big Data and Organizational Learning: Conceptualizing the Link. In Vincenti, G., Bucciero, A. & Carvalho, C. (eds) E-Learning, E-Education, and Online Training. (pp. 159-164). Springer International Publishing. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-28883-3

 

Conference Publications by Students

  1. Asiedu, S.T., Boateng, R., & Effah, J. K. (2018, December). User Resistance in Cloud Computing Post Adoption: Evidence from the Ghanaian Public Healthcare Sector. In 2018 IEEE International Conference on Cloud Computing Technology and Science (CloudCom) (pp. 251-254). IEEE.
  2. Budu, J., Akakpo, P. K., & Boateng, R. (2018). Completed Research: Preliminary Insights into the Impact of Digital Platforms for Music. SAIS 2018 Proceedings. 39. Retrieved 20 November 2018 from https://aisel.aisnet.org/sais2018/39
  3. Ofoeda, J., & Boateng, R. (2018). Institutional Effects on API Development and Integration in Developing Countries: Evidence from Ghana. In Twenty Fourth American Conference on Information Systems (pp. 1–10). New Orleans, LA: Association for Information Systems Electronic Library. AMCIS 2018 -ISBN: 978-0-9966831-6-6
  4. Owusu-Oware, E., Effah, J., & Boateng, R. (2018). Biometric Technology for Fighting Fraud in National Health Insurance: Ghana’s Experience. In Twenty Fourth American Conference on Information Systems (pp. 1–10). New Orleans, LA: Association for Information Systems Electronic Library. AMCIS 2018 -ISBN: 978-0-9966831-6-6
  5. Amankwah-Sarfo, F., Effah, J., & Boateng, R. (2018). Import Clearance Digitalization and Socioeconomic Development: The Case of Ghana. In Twenty Fourth American Conference on Information Systems (pp. 1–10). New Orleans, LA: Association for Information Systems Electronic Library. AMCIS 2018 -ISBN: 978-0-9966831-6-6
  6. Ofosu-Ampong, K., & Boateng, R. (2018). Gamifying Sakai: Understanding Game Elements for Learning. In Twenty Fourth American Conference on Information Systems (pp. 1–10). New Orleans, LA: Association for Information Systems Electronic Library. AMCIS 2018 -ISBN: 978-0-9966831-6-6
  7. Nyamadi, M., & Boateng, R. (2018). The Influence of IT Artifacts on Players Leading to Internet Gaming Addiction among University Students in Africa. In Twenty Fourth American Conference on Information Systems (pp. 1–10). New Orleans, LA: Association for Information Systems Electronic Library. AMCIS 2018 -ISBN: 978-0-9966831-6-6.
  8. Nyamadi, M., & Boateng, R. (2018). Theorizing Technology Addictions: Model Development, Measurement and Effects on Productivity. TREO (Technology Research, Education, and Opinion) Talks 2018 International Conference on Information Systems. San Francisco, CA: Association for Information Systems Electronic Library.
  9. Entee, E., Budu, J. & Boateng, R. (2018). Preliminary Insights into Social Commerce Capability Development. MWAIS 2018 Proceedings. 30. Retrieved 20 November 2018 from http://aisel.aisnet.org/mwais2018/30
  10. Marfo, J.S., Boateng, R.A., & Effah, J. (2017). A Typology of Big Data Capabilities from Resources to Dynamic Capabilities. Evidence from a Ghanaian Health Insurance Firm. In Twenty Third American Conference on Information Systems (pp. 1–10). Boston, MA: AMCIS 2017 -ISBN: 978-0-9966831-4-2
  11. Larkotey, W.O., Effah, J., & Boateng, R. (2017a). Development of E-Government Payment Portal: A Case Study from a Developing Country. In Twenty-Second UK Academy for Information Systems Conference. Oxford, UK: Association for Information Systems Electronic Library. UKAIS 2017 - ISSN978-0-9560272-6-9
  12. Larkotey, W.O., Effah, J., & Boateng, R. (2017b). Development of E-Passport Application Portal: A Developing Country Case Study. In Twenty First Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems. Langkawi, Malaysia: Association for Information Systems Electronic Library.  Retrieved from http://aisel.aisnet.org/pacis2017/195
  13. Larkotey, W.O., Effah, J., & Boateng, R. (2017). Development of Government-to-Employee Portals : A Developing Country Case Study. In American Conference on Information Systems (pp. 1–10). Boston, MA: Association for Information Systems Electronic Library. AMCIS 2017 -ISBN: 978-0-9966831-4-2
  14. Owusu-Oware, E., Effah, J., & Boateng, R. (2017). Institutional Enablers and Constraints of National Biometric Identification Implementation in Developing Countries: The Case of Ghana. In American Conference on Information Systems (pp. 1–10). Boston, MA: Association for Information Systems Electronic Library. AMCIS 2017 -ISBN: 978-0-9966831-4-2
  15. Adam, I. O., Effah, J., & Boateng, R. (2016a). Migrating from physical to virtual administrative work environment: A case study of a Sub Saharan African higher education institution. San Diego: Paper Presented at the 2016 Americas Conference on Information Systems. ISBN: 978-0-9966831-2-8
  16. Adam, I. O., Effah, J., & Boateng, R. (2016b). Virtualisation of administrative work environment in developing country higher education institutions: An activity theory perspective. Research-in-Progress Papers. 66. 
    Instanbul: 2016 European Conference on Information Systems. https://aisel.aisnet.org/ecis2016_rip/66

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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