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Eric Allan Walden

Texas Tech University
Area of ISQS Box 42101
Lubbock, TX 79409

EMail: eric@ericwalden.net
Office Phone: (806) 742-1925
Fax: (806) 742-3193

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PRIMARY TEACHING/RESEARCH INTEREST

1. Electronic Commerce

SPECIFIC RESEARCH INTERESTS

1. Electronic Commerce
2. IS/IT Contracting
3. Empirical Analysis

SPECIFIC TEACHING INTERESTS

1. Electronic Commerce
2. Financial Information Systems
3. IS Strategy

EDUCATION

Doctor of Philosophy (Business Administration - Information and Decision Sciences) June 28, 2002
The University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management
Dissertation Title: Information Technology and Organizational Form: Empirical Examinations
Dissertation Committee:  Gordon Davis Management Information Systems
Mani Subramani Organizational Theory and Governance
Baba Prasad Information Systems Management
George John Marketing and Interorganizational Relationships
Thomas J. Holmes Industrial Organization

Master of Science (Economics), 1997
Louisiana State University

Bachelor of Arts (Economics), 1993
New Mexico State University

WORK EXPERIENCE

1998-2002, Instructor/Graduate Assistant: Carlson School of Management, The University of Minnesota
1994-1998, Instructor/Graduate Assistant: Louisiana State University

COURSES TAUGHT

IDSC 6441, Electronic Commerce (MBA level), 1 course
IDSC 4421, Financial Information Systems (Undergraduate), 2 courses
IDSC 3001, Management Information Systems (Undergraduate), 1 course
ISQS 4349, Systems Design (Undergraduate), 2 courses

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Walden, Eric A., and Browne, Glenn J., "Information Cascades In The Adoption Of New Technology," in Francesc Miralles, Josep Valor, and Janice I. DeGross Eds., Proceedings of the Twenty-Third International Conference on Information Systems, Barcelona, Spain, December 15-18, 2002, pp. 435-443.
  2. Kauffman, Robert J., and Walden, Eric A., "Economics And Electronic Commerce: Survey And Research Directions," International Journal of Electronic Commerce, Vol 5, No. 4, Summer 2001, pp. 5-117.
  3. Subramani, Mani, and Walden, Eric A., "The Impact of E-Commerce Announcements on The Market Value of Firms," Information Systems Research, Vol. 12, No. 2, June 2001, pp. 135-154.
  4. Subramani, Mani, and Walden, Eric A., "The Dotcom Effect: The Impact of E-Commerce Announcements on The Market Value of Firms," Prabhuddha De and J. I. DeGross, Proceedings of the Twentieth International Conference on Information Systems, Charlotte, North Carolina, December 12-15, 1999, pp. 193-207. This paper was awarded the "Best Paper Award" at the Twentieth International Conference on Information Systems.
  5. Subramani, Mani, and Walden, Eric A., "Economic Returns to Firms from Business-to-Business Electronic Commerce Initiatives: An Empirical Examination," in Wanda Orlikowski, Soon Ang, Peter Weill, Helmut Krcmar, and Janice I. DeGross Eds., Proceedings of the Twenty-First International Conference on Information Systems, Brisbane, Australia, December 10-13, 2000, pp. 229-241.
  6. Walden, Eric A., "Value Propositions of Online Communities," Schmid, Beat F.; Lechner, Ulrike; Stanoevska-Slabeva, Katarina; Tan, Yao-Hua; Buchet, Brigette: EM - Communities & Platforms. EM - Electronic Markets, Vol. 10, No. 4, 10/2000, pp. 244-249. Available online at (http://www.electronicmarkets.org/netacademy/publications.nsf/all_pk/1810)
  7. Walden, Eric A., "Strategies for Success in the Digital Marketplace" Book Review: Unleashing the Killer App: Digital Strategies for Market Dominance by Larry Downes and Chunka Mui. In: Schmid (Editor), Beat F.; Gricar, Joze; Klein, Stefan; Buchet, Brigette: EM - Selected Papers from '99 Bled. EM - Electronic Markets, Vol. 10, No. 1, 02/2000. URL: (http://www.electronicmarkets.org/netacademy/publications.nsf/all_pk/1590)

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

1. Subramani, Mani, and Walden, Eric A., "Economic Returns to Firms from Business-to-Business Electronic Commerce Initiatives: An Empirical Examination," in Wanda Orlikowski, Soon Ang, Peter Weill, Helmut Krcmar, and Janice I. DeGross Eds., Proceedings of the Twenty-First International Conference on Information Systems, Brisbane, Australia, December 10-13, 2000, pp. 229-241.

2. Economic Returns to Firms from Business-to-Business Electronic Commerce Initiatives: An Empirical Examination" Presented at Informs, Salt Lake City, Utah 05/09/00

3. Subramani, Mani, and Walden, Eric A., "The Dotcom Effect: The Impact of E-Commerce Announcements on The Market Value of Firms," Prabhuddha De and J. I. DeGross, Proceedings of the Twentieth International Conference on Information Systems, Charlotte, North Carolina, December 12-15, 1999, pp. 193-207.

WORKING PAPERS

1. Running With The Pack: An Empirical Examination Of Information Cascades In The Adoption Of Novel Technologies with Glenn Browne.

2. On The Structure And Function Of Outsourcing Contracts: An Integrative Analysis Of The Economics Behind Vendor-Client Relationship.

3. Electronic Markets, Electronic Hierarchies, and Something Else: The Economic Consequences of Information and Communication Technology on Industrial Organization.

4. The Game of the Name: a comparison of capital market reactions to dotcom vs. traditional name changes . with Mani Subramani

5. A Paradox Among Strategic Management, Institutional, And Resource Dependence Theories. With David Deephouse and R. Carter Hill, Louisiana State University Working Paper #98-23.

6. Organizational Form, Incentives And The Management Of Information Technology: Opening The Black Box Of Outsourcing.

SPECIAL AWARDS and HONORS

1. AMCIS Doctoral Consortium, 2001
2. Best Paper Award for the Twentieth International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), 1999.
3. Carlson School of Management Dissertation Fellowship 2001-2002

Additional information about Eric Walden is available at ericwalden.net.

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