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Joseph Nwankpa

Ph.D., Fall 2008

Joseph Nwankpa is a PhD candidate at the Department of Management and Information Systems at the College of Business Administration. He received his MBA degree from the University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada.

Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities

Journal Publications

Nwankpa, J and Datta, P (2012) Perceived Audit Quality from ERP Implementations, Information Resources Management Journal, 25 (1), 61-80.

Conference Proceedings

Nwankpa, J Datta, P, and Roumani, Y (2011) Accessing the implication of Process Complexity on IS Audit Servqual: An Enterprise System Perspective, Northeast Decision Science Institute Conference, Montreal, Canada.

 

Nwankpa, J and Roumani, Y (2011) Examining the Dual Role in Open Source Software Development Methodology as Barrier to Adoption, Northeast Decision Science Institute Conference, Montreal, Canada.

 

Nwankpa, J and Roumani, Y (2011) The impact of Multiple Related Projects On Acceptance of Open Source Software, Western Decision Science Institute Conference, Portland, OR.

 

Roumani, Y and Nwankpa, J (2011) Exploring Open Computing, Western Decision Science Institute Conference, Portland, OR.

 

Roumani, Y, Datta, P & Nwankpa, J (2011) A Theoretical Model for Measuring Trustworthiness of Open Source Software, Western Decision Science Institute Conference 2011 (abstract) Portland, OR.

Nwankpa, J and Roumani, Y (2011) Mobile Internet Usage Behavior and its Implication on Mobile Commerce Adoption, Western Decision Science Institute Conference 2011 (abstract) Portland, OR.

Nwankpa, Joseph (2010) Process Complexity impact on IS Audit Service Quality: An Enterprise System Perspective, Americas Conference on Information Systems Proceedings 2010 (poster) Lima, Peru.

Brandyberry, A, Fay, B, Nwankpa, J and Roumani, Y (2009) Exploring the Impact of Tangible Extrinsic Rewards on the Initial Trial of a Technology, Decision Science Institute Conference Proceedings 2009, New Orleans LA.

 



Research Areas
  • ERP Systems
  • Open Source
Joseph Nwankpa
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Department of Management and Information Systems
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