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Xin (Lucie) Li , Ph.D.
Instructor
Information Systems & Decision Sciences

Contact Information
Office: PNM 101 C
Phone: 727-873-4734
Fax: 727-873-4571
Email: lix1@usfsp.edu

Education

Ph.D., Business Administration, Washington State University

MBA, Washington State University

B.S., International Finance, Wuhan University, China

Awards and Recognition

College of Business Clinical Teaching Excellence Award - 2012


Research Areas

E-commerce behaviors, Trust in Information Technology, IT Culture, Technology Acceptance


Recent Publications

Thatcher, J. B., Carter, M., Li, X., & Rong, G. (2013). A classification and investigation of trustees in B-to-C e-Commence: General versus specific trust. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 32 (1) 107-134. Refereed. Discipline Based.

Li, X., Rong, G., & Thatcher, J. B. (2012). Does technology trust substitute interpersonal trust? Examining technology trust's influence on individual decision-making. Journal of Organizational and End User Computing, 24 (2) 18-38. Refereed. Discipline Based.

Li, X., Rong, G., Carter, M. and Thatcher, J.B. (2011 - Book Chapter). Swift trust in web vendors: The role of appearance and functionality, in S. Clarke and A. Dwivedi, Organizational and End-User Interactions: New Explorations (p. 102-122), Hershey PA: Information Science Reference. Discipline Based.

Spillan, J.E., Li, X., Totten, J. and Mayolo, C. (2009). An exploratory analysis of market orientation of small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) in Peru. Marketing Management Journal, 27(39), p.138-151. Refereed. Discipline Based.

Li, X., Rong, G. and Thatcher, J.B. (2009). Swift trust in web nendors: The role of appearance and functionality. Journal of Organizational and End User Computing, 21(1), p.88-108. Refereed. Discipline Based.

Li, X., Hess, T.J., McNab, A.L. and Yu, Y. (2009). Culture and acceptance of global web sites: A cross-country study of the effects of national cultural values on acceptance of a personal web portal. Data Base for Advances in Information Systems, 40(4), p.62-87. Refereed. Discipline Based.

Li, X., Hess, T.J. and Valacich, J.S. (2008). Why do we trust new technology? A study of initial trust formation with organizational information systems. Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 17(1), p.39-71. Refereed. Discipline Based.

Li, X, Hess, T.J. and Valacich, J.S. (2006). Using Attitude and Social Influence to Develop an Extended Trust Model for Information Systems. Data Base for Advances in Information Systems, 37(2-3), p.108-124. Refereed. Discipline Based.

 


 


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