College of Business
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140 7th Avenue South BAY 111
St. Petersburg Florida 33701
Phone: 727-873-4154
Fax: 727-873-4192

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Christopher Davis

Christopher J. Davis , Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Information Systems & Decision Sciences

Contact Information
Office: COQ 236 H
Phone: 727-873-4944
Fax: 727-873-4192


Ph.D., Information Systems, University of the West of England

M.S., with Distinction, Council for National Academic Awards

B.A., Magna cum Laude, Council for National Academic Awards

Completed Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education, University of the West of England

Recent Publications

Blaskovich, J., Davis, C. J., & Taylor, E. Z. (2012 July/August). Enterprise risks, rewards, and regulation. Journal of Applied Business Research, 28 (4) 1-18. Refereed. Discipline Based.

Davis, C. J. (2011). Technology and organization: Strategic intersections and asymptotes. Business Journal for Entrepreneurs, 2011 (3) 118-139. Refereed. Discipline Based.

Davis, C. J., & Hikmet, N. (August 2008). Training as regulation and development: An exploration of the needs of enterprise system users. Information and Management, 45 (2008) 341-348. Refereed. Discipline Based.

Hikmet, N., Taylor, E. Z., & Davis, C. J. (September 2008). The student productivity paradox: Technology mediated learning in schools. Communications of the ACM - magazine, 51 (99) 128-131. Refereed. Discipline Based.

Davis, C. and E. Hufnagel (September 2007). Through the Eyes of Experts: a Socio-Cognitive Perspective on the Automation of Fingerprint Work. MIS Quarterly 31(3): 1-23. Refereed. Discipline Based.

Davis, C., R. Fuller, M. Tremblay, and D. Berndt (Fall 2006). “Communication
Challenges in Requirements Elicitation and the Use of the Repertory Grid Technique,” Journal of Computer Information Systems, 46(5): 78-86.

Brooks, L., C. Davis, and M. Lycett (Fall 2005). “Organizations and Information
Systems: Investigating their Dynamic Complexities Using Repertory Grids and Cognitive Mapping,” The International Journal of Information Technology and Human Interaction, 1(4) pp 39-55.


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