Journal Papers

Fišar, M., Greiner, B., Huber, C., Katok, E., Ozkes, A., the Management Science Reproducibility Collaboration* (forthcoming)
Reproducibility in Management Science
Management Science (note: member of the Management Science Reproducibility Collaboration)

Shmueli, G., Ray, S. 2024
Reimagining the Journal Editorial Process: An AI-Augmented Versus an AI-Driven Future
Journal of the Association for Information Systems (25:1), pp. 60-75

Danks, N.P., Ray, S., Shmueli, G. 2024
The Composite Overfit Analysis Framework: Assessing the Out-of-sample Generalizability of Construct-based Models Using Predictive Deviance, Deviance Trees, and Unstable Paths
Management Science (70:1), pp. 647-669

Cano Bejar, A.H., Ray, S., Huang, Y.H. 2023
Fighting for the Status Quo: Threat to Tech Self-Esteem and Opposition to Competing Smartphones
Information & Management (60:2)

Greene, T., Shmueli, G., Ray, S. 2023
Taking the Person Seriously: Ethically-aware IS Research in the Era of Reinforcement Learning-based Personalization
Journal of the Association of Information Systems (24:6), pp. 1527-1561

Kuem, J., Ray, S. 2021
Personality Antecedents and Consequences of Internet Addiction Vis-à-vis Internet Habit: a Theory and an Empirical Investigation
Information Systems Frontiers, pp. 1-16

Kuem, J., Ray, S., Hsu, P., Khansa, L. 2020
Smartphone Addiction and Conflict: An Incentive-Sensitization Perspective of Addiction for Information Systems
European Journal of Information Systems, pp. 1-22

Shiau, W.-L., Yuan, Y., Pu, X., Ray, S., Chen, C.C. 2020
Understanding fintech continuance: perspectives from self-efficacy and ECT-IS theories
Industrial Management & Data Systems (12:9), pp. 1659-1689

Seo, D., Ray, S. 2019
Habit and Addiction in the Use of Social Networking Sites: Their Nature, Antecedents, and Consequences
Computers in Human Behavior (99), pp. 109-125

Greene, T., Shmueli, G., Ray, S., Fell J. 2019
Adjusting to the GDPR: The Impact on Data Scientists and Behavioral Researchers
Big Data (7:3), pp. 140-162

Sharma, P. N., Shmueli, G., Sarstedt, M., Danks, N., Ray, S. 2018
Prediction-Oriented Model Selection in Partial Least Squares Path Modeling
Decision Sciences (21:1), pp. 243-241

Khansa, L., Barkhi, R., Ray, S., Davis, Z. 2017
Cyberloafing in the workplace: mitigation tactics and their impact on individuals’ behavior
Information Technology and Management, pp. 1-19

Kuem, J., Ray, S., Siponen, M., Kim, S. S. 2017
What Leads to Prosocial Behaviors on Social Networking Services: A Tripartite Model
Journal of Management Information Systems (34:1), pp. 40-70

Shmueli, G., Ray, S., Estrada, J. M. V., Chatla, S. B. 2016
The Elephant in the Room: Predictive Performance of PLS Models
Journal of Business Research (69), pp. 4552–4564

Ray, S., Kim, S.S., Morris, J.G. 2014
The Central Role of Engagement in Online Communities
Information Systems Research (25:3), pp. 528-546

Hsu, P., Ray, S., Li-Hsieh, Y. 2014
Examining Cloud Computing Adoption Intention, Pricing Mechanism, and Deployment Model
International Journal of Information Management (34:4), pp. 474-488

Ray, S., Seo, D. 2013
The interplay of conscious and automatic mechanisms in the context of routine use: An integrative and comparative study of contrasting mechanisms
Information & Management (50:7), pp. 523-539

Ray, S., Kim, S.S., Morris, J.G. 2012
Research Note - Online Users' Switching Costs: Their Nature and Formation
Information Systems Research (23:1), pp. 197-213

Ray, S., Ow, T., Kim, S.S. 2011
Security Assurance: How Online Service Providers Can Influence Security Control Perceptions and Gain Trust
Decision Sciences (42:2), pp. 391-412

Notable Conference Proceedings

Shmueli, B., Fell, J., Ray, S., Ku, L.W. 2020
Beyond Fair Pay: Ethical Implications of NLP Crowdsourcing
in proceedings of 2021 Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Human Language Technologies – (virtual)

Shmueli, B., Ku, L.W., Ray, S. 2020
Reactive Supervision: A New Method for Collecting Sarcasm Data
in proceedings of 2020 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing – (virtual)

Research Lab

RayLab (雷門) attracts students from many backgrounds:
  • MIS/CS: students with coding/analytics abilities
  • Management: students with IT technology interests
  • Design: students with IT service interests