About me

Qiqi Jiang is an associate professor (with tenure) from Copenhagen Business School, Department of Digitalization. His research interests include IT innovation and management, and the dynamics of online community (including open-source software community and social media).His work has appeared, or will appear, in several elite information systems journals, such as MIS Quarterly, Journal of Management Information Systems, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, The Journal of Strategic Information Systems etc. He is an adhoc reviewer for various IS journals and conferences. He teaches business analytics courses for both undergraduate and master students in Copenhagen Business School.

Selected Publications

Zhang, W.P., Wei, C.P., Jiang, Q. Q., Peng, C.H., and Zhao, L., “Beyond the Block: A Novel Blockchain Technical Model for Long-term Care Insurance.” Journal of Management Information Systems (conditionally accepted).

Sutanto, J., Jiang, Q. Q., and Tan, C.H., “The Contingent Role of Interproject Connectedness in Cultivating Open Source Software Projects,” The Journal of Strategic Information Systems (forthcoming) 2021.

Kang, L.L., Jiang, Q. Q., Peng, C.H., Sia, C. L., and Liang, T.P. “Managing Changes with the Support of Smart Technology: A Field Investigation of Ride-Hailing Services,” Journal of the Association for Information Systems, Volume 21, No. 6, 2020, 1594-1620.

Jiang, Q. Q., Tan, C.H., Sia, C.L., and Wei, K.K., “Followership in an Open-source Software Project and Its Significance in Code Reuse,” MIS Quarterly, Volume 43, No. 4, 2019, 1303-1319.

Li, M. X., Jiang, Q. Q., Tan, C. H., and Wei, K. K., “Enhancing User-Game Engagement through Software Gaming Elements,” Journal of Management Information Systems, Volume 30, No. 4, Spring 2014, 115-150.

Other Publications

Zhang, W.P., Kang, L.L., Jiang, Q. Q., and Pei, L., “A 2020 perspective on "From buzz to bucks: The impact of social media opinions on the locus of innovation": From Surfaces to Essences,” Electronic Commerce Research and Applications (accepted).

Zhang, W.P., Du, W., Bian,Y.Y., Peng, C.H., and Jiang, Q. Q., “Seeing Is Not Always Believing: An Exploratory Study of Clickbait in WeChat” Internet Research (accepted).

Jiang, Q. Q., Phang, C.W., Tan, C.H., and Chi, J.Y., “Retaining Clients in B2B E-Marketplaces: What Do SMEs Demand?,” Journal of Global Information Managment, Volume 27, No. 3, July-September 2019, 19-37.

Zhang, W.P., Kang, L.L., Jiang, Q. Q., and Pei, L., “From buzz to bucks: The impact of social media opinions on the locus of innovation,” Electronic Commerce Research and Applications, Volume 30, July-August 2018, 125-137.

Kang, L.L., Jiang, Q. Q., and Tan, C. H., “Remarkable Advocates: An Investigation of Geographic Distance and Social Capital for Crowdfunding,” Information & Management, Volume 54, No. 4, April 2017, 336-348.

Jiang, Q. Q, Tan, C. H., Phang, C. W., Sutanto, J., and Wei, K. K. "(2013). "Understanding Chinese online users and their visits to websites: Application of Zipf’s law," International Journal of Information Management, Volume 33, No. 5, 2013, 752-763.

Sutanto, J., and Jiang, Q. Q. "Knowledge seekers’ and contributors’ reactions to recommendation mechanisms in knowledge management systems," Information & Management, Volume 50, No.5, 2013, 258-263.

Selected Papers under Review (pseudonym)

“Mobile Gamification” Information Systems Research, 2nd Round.

Teaching Interests

Business and Data Analytics
Electronic Commerce and E-Business
Business Programming