TEIS 2018 Program

We thank the Rady School of Management at the University of California, San Diego, the Graduate School of Management at the University of Calfornia, Davis, the Simon Business School at the University of Rochester, and the INFORMS Information Systems Society for support.


Saturday March 17
7:30-8:30am Breakfast and Opening Remarks (MPR 1)
8:30–9:30am Barrie Nault, University of Calgary.
Openness and Prioritization in a Two-Tier Internet
Abhijeet Ghoshal
9:30–10:30am Mingdi Xin, University of California, Irvine.
Sequential IT Investment: Can the Risk of IT Implementation Failure be Your Friend?
Jane Gu
10:30–11am Coffee Break
11am–12:00pm Debabrata Dey, University of Washington.
Circumventing Circumvention: An Economic Analysis of the Role of Education and Enforcement
Vidyanand Choudhary
12:00–1:30pm Lunch (MPR 1)
1:30–2:30pm Olivier Rubel, University of California, Davis.
Incentives for Selling Two-Sided Markets
Rajiv Mukherjee
2:30–3:30pm Ram Chellappa, Emory University.
Platform Preannouncement Strategies: The Strategic Role of Information in Two-Sided Markets Competition
Ying Lei Toh
3:30–4:00pm Coffee Break
4:00–5:00pm Showcase Talks on Recently Accepted/Published Work

Atanu Lahiri, University of Texas, Dallas.
Versioning: A Tool for Information Dissemination

De Liu, University of Minnesota.
Allocation and Pricing of Substitutable Goods: Theory and Algorithm

Duy Dao, University of Calgary.
Market Segmentation and Software Security: Pricing Patching Rights

Amit Mehra, University of Texas, Dallas.
Competitive Strategies for Brick-and-Mortar Stores to Counter "Showrooming"

Zhen Sun, George Washington University.
Not Just a Fad: Optimal Sequencing in Mobile In-App Advertising

5:00–5:30pm Free Discussion
6:15pm– Dinner


Sunday March 18
7:30-8:30am Breakfast (MPR 1)
8:30–9:30am Vibhanshu Abhishek, Carnegie Mellon University.
Business models in the Sharing Economy: Manufacturing durable goods in the presence of Peer-to-Peer rental markets
Vijay Mookerjee
9:30–10:30am Jane Feng, City University of Hong Kong
Review for Service and Adverse Selection
Ricky Tan
10:30–11am Coffee Break
11am–12:00pm Dmitry Zhdanov, Georgia State University.
When Hackers Trade: A Dynamic Model of Black Market Equilibrium
Marius Florin Niculescu
12:00–1:30pm Lunch (MPR 1)