Information & Knowledge Management

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Topical coverage

  • 5G regulation
  • Artificial intelligence and the workplace, marketplace and the home
  • Automation of manufacturing and information systems
  • Big Data
  • Competitive advantage
  • Computer information systems
  • Corporate environmentalism
  • Data analytics
  • Data protection and privacy
  • Digital currencies
  • Electronic commerce
  • Green information systems
  • Human aspects of cybersecurity
  • Human–computer interaction
  • Implications of blockchain on all aspects of technology and information
  • Information and data governance
  • Internet of Things
  • Inter-organisational relationships
  • New technology acceptance and diffusion
  • Online adoption and purchase behaviours
  • Policy for the telecommunications, information and media industries
  • Semantic web
  • Telecommunications
  • The digital divide and ICT for development
  • Using technology to manage operations

Content highlights



Online reviews and impulse buying behavior: the role of browsing and impulsiveness

Internet Research

Little research has examined how online reviews influence consumers' online impulse buying behaviour. This paper considers theoretical and empirical connections between them.


Knowledge sharing to support climate change adaptation in Zimbabwe: Views from selected climate action organisations

VINE Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems

Examines how knowledge sharing practices among selected climate action organisations can support positive results in evidence-based climate change adaptation in Zimbabwe.


The mobile phone as an argument for good governance in sub-Saharan Africa

Information Technology and People

Uses an endogeneity-robust GMM approach with forward orthogonal deviations to analyse the linkage between mobile phone usage and the variation in three broad governance categories – political, economic and institutional.


Loneliness, regulatory focus, inter-personal competence, and online game addiction

Internet Research

Investigates the predictors of game addiction based on loneliness, motivation and inter-personal competence using the samples of college students recruited from South Korea.


Professor Ann Majchrza specialises in Digital Innovation within the Department of Data Sciences and Operations at the USC Marshall School of Business.

Majchrzak holds the USC Associates Chair in Business Administration and recently co-authored 'Pro-socially motivated interaction for knowledge integration in crowd-based open innovation' in the Journal of Knowledge Management.



Overcoming the monetisation challenge in freemium online games

Industrial Management & Data Systems

Looks at how players’ achievement orientation, social orientation and sense of community contribute to willingness to pay (WtP).


Endorsement and visual complexity in food advertising on Instagram

Internet Research

Investigates the differences in consumer pleasure, arousal and purchase intention when consumers encounter food advertising on Instagram using different endorsers and visual complexity levels.


Digital Inequalities: Contextualizing Problems and Solutions

Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, 2020.

Emerging technologies for providing public citizen-centric services

Information, Technology & People, 2021.


Improving innovation performance through knowledge acquisition: the moderating role of employee retention and human resource management practices

Journal of Knowledge Management

The results indicate that knowledge acquisition positively affects innovation performance and that HRM moderates the relationship between knowledge acquisition and innovation performance.

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