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Dr Kam Ho Chan

Senior Lecturer

Department: Newcastle Business School

Dr. Tommy (Kam Ho) Chan is a Senior Lecturer in Business Information Management at the Department of Marketing, Operations and Systems at Newcastle Business School (NBS). He obtained his Ph.D. degree  in Information Systems Research from Hong Kong Baptist University in 2017 and joined the NBS in the same year.

Tommy’s research interests include socio-technical aspects of technology uses (e.g., cyberbullying, digital incivility, technology addiction, social media, technology-based intervention), disruptive technologies (e.g., the sharing economy, blockchain, AI), and online consumer behaviours (e.g., impulse buying, customer engagement and experience, social media firestorm). His works have been published in world-leading and internationally excellent journals in both information systems (IS) and marketing disciplines, for example, Journal of Management Information Systems (ABS4, FT50, IF 3.013), Information Systems Journal (ABS3, IF 3.286), Information & Management (ABS3, IF 4.120), Internet Research (ABS2, IF 4.109) and Industrial Marketing Management (ABS3, IF 4.779).

Using a research-informed approach, Tommy synergises learning and teaching activities with his research knowledge. His teaching has been consistently rated highly across a variety of programmes and student cohorts. He has experience in delivering various modules, such as management information systems, digital marketing, business analytics, and project management.

Tommy engages in various scholarly services and activities in the discipline and in the business school. He is an assoicate editor for Internet Research and on the editorial review board for Journal of Computer Information Systems. He is also an ad hoc reviewer for the AIS Senior Scholars’ basket of journalsTommy serves as a track co-chair and an associate editor for various tracks inEuropean Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS), and Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS). Tommy is a coordinator for the department's workload and planning team and a sub-committee member for AACSB assurance of learning committee.

Tommy welcomes inquiries and applications from potential Ph.D. applicants interested in his supervision.

Kam Ho Chan

Campus Address

Room 441, CCE1
City Campus East, Northumbria University
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 8ST

Qualifications

  • Information Systems PhD August 31 2017
  • Information Systems BA (Hons) August 31 2013
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy FHEA
  • Member of Beta Gamma Sigma MBGS
  • Member of Chartered Management Institution MCMI

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Cyberbullying on Social Networking Sites, Chan, T., Cheung, C., Wong, R. 14 Jun 2019, In: Journal of Management Information Systems
  • The state of online impulse-buying research: A literature analysis, Chan, T., Cheung, C., Lee, Z. 1 Mar 2017, In: Information & Management
  • Customer engagement through omnichannel retailing, Lee, Z., Chan, T., Alain Yee-Loong, C., Thadani, D. 1 Feb 2019, In: Industrial Marketing Management
  • Massively multiplayer online game addiction: Instrument development and validation, Lee, Z., Cheung, C., Chan, T. 1 Jun 2015, In: Information & Management
  • Why People Participate in the Sharing Economy, Lee, Z., Chan, T., Balaji, M., Alain Yee-Loong, C. 4 Jun 2018, In: Internet Research
  • An Empirical Examination of Continuance Intention of Social Network Sites, Chan, T., Cheung, C., Shi, N., Lee, M., Lee, Z. 1 Dec 2016, In: Pacific Asia Journal of the Association for Information Systems
  • Promoting sales of online games through customer engagement, Cheung, C., Shen, X., Lee, Z., Chan, T. 1 Aug 2015, In: Electronic Commerce Research and Applications
  • Gender differences in satisfaction with Facebook users, Chan, T., Cheung, C., Shi, N., Lee, M. 2 Feb 2015, In: Industrial Management & Data Systems
  • Self-disclosure in social networking sites: the role of perceived cost, perceived benefits and social influence, Cheung, C., Lee, Z., Chan, T. 7 Apr 2015, In: Internet Research

PGR Supervision

Lilia Dreschner Start: 06/01/2020

Further Information

  • - Socio-technical aspects of technology uses (e.g., cyberbullying, digital incivility, technology addiction, social media, technology-based intervention)
    - Disruptive technologies (e.g., the sharing economy, blockchain, AI)
    - Online consumer behaviours (e.g., impulse buying, customer engagement and experiene, social media firestorm)

  • Scholarly and Disciplinary Services

    Service to Journal

    Role

    Journal

    Year

    Associate Editor

    Internet Research (ABS2, IF 4.109)

    2020 – Current

    Guest Associate Editor 

    International Journal of Electronic Commerce (ABS3, IF 3.439), Special Issue on the "Dark-Sides of Digitalization”

    2019 – Current

     

    Editorial Review Board Member

    Internet Research (ABS2, IF 4.109)

    2018 – Current

    Journal of Computer Information Systems (ABS2, IF 1.100)

    2019 – Current

    Article Editor

    Sage Open

    2019

    Ad Hoc Reviewer 

    Journal of Management Information Systems, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, European Journal of Information Systems, Information Systems Journal, International Journal of Electronic Commerce, Information & Management, Decision Support Systems, Industrial Management & Data Systems, Internet Research, Journal of Computer Information Systems, Technology in Society, Journal of Marketing Communications

    2013 – Current

     Service to Conference

    Role

    Conference

    Year

    Track Co-Chair

    The 25th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems 
    Track: SIGADIT: IT innovation, adoption, and diffusion

    2021

    Associate Editor

    The 28th European Conference on Information Systems 
    Track: Social and Ethical Implications of ICT uses

    2020

    Associate Editor

    The 24th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems 
    Track: IS Implementation and Adoption

    2020

    Associate Editor

    The 27th European Conference on Information Systems 
    Track: Track: Social Media Research Analytics

    2019

    Associate Editor

    The 23rd Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems 
    Track: IT Innovation, Adoption, and Diffusion

    2019

    Associate Editor

    The 22nd Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems 
    Track: Social Media and Business Impact

    2018

    Mini-Track Co-Chair

    The 22nd Americas Conference on Information Systems 
    Track: Virtual Communities and Collaboration

    2016

    Associate Editor

    The 23rd European Conference on Information Systems 
    Track: Social Media Research Analytics

    2015

    Ad Hoc Reviewer 

    International Conference on Information Systems, European Conference on Information Systems, Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, Americas Conference on Information Systems, Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science

    2013 – Current

    Service to Grant Council

    Role

    Funding Body

    Year

    Reviewer

    Hong Kong Research Grants Council            

    2019 – Current

    Invited Visits and Presentations

    Institution

    Year

    Durham University, Durham University Business School

    2020

    Copenhagen Business School, Department of Digitization

    2019

    Hong Kong Baptist University, School of Business

    2018

    Lancaster University, Lancaster University Management School

    2017

    The University of Nottingham Ningbo China, Nottingham University Business School China

    2016, 2015

    University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Shidler College of Business

    2013


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