Dr. Veronica Jiang | Lecturer, School of Marketing
Veronica's research focuses on consumer behaviour and judgment making. Specifically, she is interested in how consumers arrive at their decisions and the
motivations behind these decision processes. For example, one of her research streams investigates how large variety of options influences consumers’ information
processing and choices. And another research stream of hers examines the interaction between beauty and decision makings. Also, she is a member of Digital Enablement
Research Network (DERN), one of the emerging research strengths of UNSW Business School. Together with colleagues from multiple disciplines, DERN studies how digital
technology can revolutionize social and economic interactions.
Dr. Sam Kirshner | AGSM Scholar, Lecturer, School of Information Systems
Sam Kirshner is a lecturer in the area of Operations Management and Business Analytics. He studied electrical engineering at the undergraduate level and then
obtained his MSc. and PhD in Management Science at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. His primary research interests lie in the areas of revenue management,
technology management, and consumer exchange markets. His research addresses pricing and production decisions across a firm's family of products in the face of
demand uncertainty using models based on optimization techniques and game theory.
Dr. Petri Hallikainen | Senior Lecturer, School of Business Information Systems, U.Syd
Dr Petri Hallikainen holds a D.Sc. (Econ.) degree from the Helsinki School of Economics, Finland. He earned his M.Sc. and L.Sc. degrees from the same institution. He was also awarded the title of Adjunct Professor at the Aalto University School of Business, Helsinki, Finland.
Dr. Daniel Schlagwein | Senior Lecturer, School of Information Systems
Dr. Daniel Schlagwein is a Senior Lecturer of Information Systems at the UNSW Business School in Sydney. His research is focused on IT-enabled openness,
crowdsourcing and digital work. Prior to entering academia, he was a consultant in the ICT industry. Daniel has authored over 30 peer-reviewed papers, and has been
published in leading academic journals. Daniel received the UNSW Vice-Chancellor's Award for Teaching Excellence in 2014. In the same year, the UNSW Business School
students granted Daniel their "Student Choice Award". He was a Visiting Professor at the Copenhagen Business School and New York University's Leonard H. Stern School
of Business in 2015.
Dr. Felix Tan | Senior Lecturer, School of Information Systems
Dr Felix Tan is an early career Information Systems researcher at the UNSW business school. He actively investigates the enabling effects of enterprise systems
and digital platforms, in the contexts of business and society, with particular emphasis on disruption, strategies, structures, and transformation. He has conducted
ICT related fieldwork-based research and projects with over 20 companies and technology startups across Asia-Pacific. Dr Tan is an SAP academic alliance professor
and delivered related ICT training in Hong Kong, Singapore, China and Australia. Dr Tan has 27 publications in digital enablement research to date.
Dr. Carmen Leong | Lecturer, School of Information Systems
Dr Carmen Leong is an early career researcher in the discipline of Information Systems (IS). She received her PhD degree from The National University of Singapore in 2015. Her research interests include digital empowerment in social studies and digitally enabled strategic transformation in organisations.
Wenchi Ying | School of Economics and Management, Beihang University, China
Wenchi Ying is a PhD candidate in the School of Economics and Management, Beihang University, China. He holds a Master's degree in Computer Science and Technology and a Bachelor's degree in Telecommunications. He also is the member of the committee of expert, China Communications Construction Company Limited. His research interests include emerging technology application and management, digital transformation of organisations, and IT project management.