Information & Decision Sciences

 

Perdue Hall

Hoon S. Cha

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Assistant Professor

  • Ph.D., University of Arizona, 2007
Courses
  • INFO 326 Operations Management
  • INFO 386 Database Management
Research Interests
  • IT Outsourcing/Offshoring
  • Economic value of IT
  • Knowledge management
Publications and Working Papers

Referred Journal Articles

  • Cha, H., Pingry, D., Thatcher, M.(forthcoming), “A Learning Model of IT Outsourcing: Normative Implications” Journal of Management Information Systems (JMIS)
  • Cha, H., Pingry, D., Thatcher, M. (2008), “Managing the Knowledge Supply Chain: An Organizational Learning Model of IT Offshore Outsourcing.” MIS Quarterly.
  • Cha, H., Pingry, D., and M. Thatcher (2008), “What Determines IT Investment Priorities?” Communication of the ACM.
  • Fadel,K., Durcikova, A., and Cha, H. (forthcoming), “Information Influence in Mediated Knowledge Transfer: An Experimental Test of Elaboration Likelihood” International Journal of Knowledge Management.

Referred Proceedings/Presentations

  • Cha, H., Pingry, D., Thatcher, M. (2008), “Determining a Firm’s Optimal Outsource Rate:
    A Learning Model Perspective,” proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
  • Fadel, Kelly., Durcikova, A., and Cha, H. (2007)“, "Elaboration Likelihood in Knowledge Management: A Model and Experimental Test," proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
  • Cha, H. and Durcikova, A., and S. McCoy (2005), “"Modeling Internet Diffusion in Developing Countries,"” proceedings of the 2005 Americas Conference on Information System, Omaha, Nebraska
  • Cha, H., Pingry, D., Thatcher, M. (2007),“Determining a Firm’s Optimal Outsource Rate:
    A Learning Model Perspective,” Workshop on Information Systems and Economic.

Working Papers

  • Cha, H., Pingry, D., Thatcher, M. “A Real Options Framework for IT Offshoring.”
  • Jim Quan and Hoon S. Cha, “An Empirical Investigation of IT Certifications and Information Systems Personnel Turnover.”

Professional Associations

  • AIS