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Karl Lang, PhD is a Professor of Information Systems at Baruch College, as well as the Executive Officer of the PhD Program in Business.
Dr. Lang specializes in the areas of IT strategy, digital business, cognitive computing, globalization and technology, and issues relating to newly arising information society. His work has been published in leading industry journals, including the Journal of Management Information Systems, Journal of the Association of Information Systems, International Journal of Electronic Commerce, Information Systems Frontiers, and Annals of Operation Research. He serves on the Editorial Boards of the journals Information and Management, Electronic Commerce Research and Applications, and Decision Support Systems.
Prior to joining Zicklin, Dr. Lang has held previous positions at the Free University of Berlin in Germany and the Hong Kong University of Science & Technology and has consulted in the United States, Germany, and Hong Kong.
Dr. Lang holds a PhD in management science from the University of Texas at Austin.
Consumer Co-Creation of Digital Culture Products: Business Threat or New Opportunity? (co-authors Richard Shang and Roumen Vragov), Journal of the Association of Information Systems, Vol.16(9), Article 3, 2015.
Yuecheng Yu, Alex Pelaez, and Karl. R. Lang, Social Buying: The Effects of Group Size and Communication on Buyer Performance, International Journal of Electronic Commerce, Vol. 18(2), 127-157, Winter 2013/14.
Digital Consumer Networks and Producer-Consumer Collaboration: Innovation and Product Development in the Video Game Industry (co-author: Reina Y. Arakji), Journal of Management Information Systems, Vol. 24(4), 199-224, Fall 2007.
Managing the Paradoxes of Mobile Technology (co-author: Sirkka L. Jarvenpaa),” Information Systems Management, Vol. 22(4), 7-23, Fall 2005.
Newly Vulnerable Markets in an Age of Pure Information Products, (co-authors: Eric K. Clemons and Bin Gu), Journal of Management Information Systems, 17-41, Vol. 19 (3), Winter 2002-3.
Best Paper Runner Up Award, Experimental Evaluation of Declining Buyout Price Models for Online Auction, The Eighth Workshop on e-Business, Phoenix, AZ, December 15, 2009.
Best Paper Nomination, Strategies for Providing Digital Culture Goods in the Presence of Consumer Sharing and Content Co-Creation 19th Workshop on Information Technologies and Systems (WITS), Phoenix, AZ, December 14-15, 2009.
Teaching Excellence Award, School of Business and Management, HKUST, 1997
Direct Allocation Grant, UGC, Project No. DAG00/01.BM 66, HK$ 40,000, 2000
DFG (German Research Agency) doctoral fellowship award, 1988-89