- Associate Dean and Professor of Information Systems
- Paul H. Chook Department of Information Systems and Statistics
- (646) 312-3049
Dr. Qing Hu is Professor of Information Systems and Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Innovation in the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College – The City University of New York. He oversees all academic affairs and leads initiatives for developing new and innovative academic programs in the Zicklin School of Business and with global partners. Prior to joining CUNY in 2015, he served as Associate Dean for Graduate Programs and Research and hold the title of Union Pacific Professor in Information Systems in the College of Business at Iowa State University.
Dr. Qing Hu teaches IT strategy, information security, and systems development at graduate and undergraduate levels. His research primarily focuses on cybersecurity and impact of IT on organizational strategy, culture, and performance. He has published over 130 research articles in academic journals, conferences, and books, and has been an invited speaker at universities and academic conferences around the world. His work has been cited over 6,700 times according to Google Scholar, and won the Citation of Excellence Award twice (2011 and 2014) from Emerald Group Publishing. He is a leading scholar in the world on behavioral cybersecurity research, and his work has been published in premier academic journals including MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, Journal of Management Information Systems, California Management Review, Decision Sciences, European Journal of Information Systems, Information Systems Journal, and IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering.
Shao, Z., Feng, Y. Q., and Hu, Q (2017) “Impact of Top Management Leadership Styles on ERP Assimilation and the Role of Organizational Learning.” Information & Management, 54(7), 902-919.
Xie, K., Wu, Y., Xiao, J., Hu, Q. (2016) “Value co-creation between firms and customers: The role of big data-based cooperative assets.” Information & Management, 53(8), 1034-1048.
Shao, Z., Feng, Y. Q., Hu, Q. (2016) “Effectiveness of Top Management Support to Enterprise Systems Success: A Contingency Perspective of Fit between Leadership Style and System Lifecycle.” European Journal of Information Systems, 25(2), 131-153.
Hu, Q., West, R. and Smarandescu, L. (2015) “The Role of Self-Control in Information Security Violations: Insights from A Cognitive Neuroscience Perspective,” Journal of Management Information Systems, 31(4), 6-48.
Yayla, A. and Hu, Q. (2014) “The Effect of Board of Directors’ IT Awareness on CIO Compensation and Firm Performance.” Decision Sciences, 45(3), 401-436.
Xu. Z. C., Hu, Q., and Zhang, C. H. (2013) “Why Computer Talents Become Computer Hackers.” Communications of the ACM, 56(4), 64-74.
Hu, Q., Dinev, T., Hart, P., and Cooke, D. (2012) “Managing Employee Compliance with Information Security Policies: The Role of Top Management and Organizational Culture.” Decision Sciences, 43(4), 615-660.
Dinev, T. and Hu, Q. (2007) “The Centrality of Awareness in the Formation of User Behavioral Intentions towards Preventive Technologies in the Context of Voluntary Use,” Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 8(7), 386-408.
Liang, H., Saraf, H., Hu, Q., and Xue, Y. (2007) “Assimilation of Enterprise Systems: The Effect of Institutional Pressures and the Mediating Role of Top Management,” MIS Quarterly, 31(1), 59-87.
Hu, Q., Saunders, C. S., and Gebelt, M. (1997) “Information Systems Outsourcing: A Reevaluation of Influence Sources,” Information Systems Research, 8(3), 288-301.
“Will Neuroscience Theories and Methodologies Transform Management Research from Art into Science?” Presentation at the China National Science Foundation 187th Shuang Qing Forum on “Neuromanagement Theory, Methods, and Applications,” September 7-8, 2017, Hangzhou, China.
“Why Individuals Commit Information Security Violations: Insights from Neuroscience Theories and Perspectives – EEG and fMRI Studies,” Presentation at School of Management, Sun Yat-Sen University, February 25, 2017, Guangzhou, China.
“IS Research Using Positivist Case Study,” Seminar at School of Management, Fudan University, July 24, 2014, Shanghai, China.
“Why Individuals Commit Information Security Violations: Insights from Neuroscience Theories and Perspectives,” Presentation at School of Management, Harbin Institute of Technology, July 14, 2014, Harbin, China.
“How Moral Beliefs and Self-Control Influence Rational Choice in Employee Non-Compliance with Information Security Policies: Evidence from a Multi-Theoretical Model,” Presentation at the Robert O. Anderson School of Management, the University of New Mexico, October 5, 2012, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
“Why Individuals Abuse Computer Systems in Organizations: Perspectives from Multiple Theories,” Presentation at Mendoza College of Business, University of Notre Dame, December 4, 2009, South Bend, Indiana.
“Economics of Information Security,” Invited Presentation at the Conference on Information Security, hosted by the Information Systems Security Center (ISSC) at the University of Oulu, April 2, 2009, Oulu, Finland.
“Engaging B-School with Business Community and Live Case Teaching: Opportunities and Challenges,” AACSB Associate Dean Conference, San Antonio, November 10, 2014.
“The Role of Guanxi in Information Technology Enabled Organizations: A Structuration Theory Perspective,” Keynote Address at 2013 Annual Conference of the Chinese Society of Information Economics, Guangzhou, China, November 30 – December 2, 2013.
Associate editor for EJIS Special Issue on Cross Cultural IS Research, 2012.
Program Co-Chair of the 8th International Conference on Mobile Business (ICMB 2009) June 26-28, 2009 – Dalian University of Technology (DUT), Dalian, China.
Associate editor for MIS Quarterly Special Issue on Information Security, 2008
Emerald Citations of Excellence Award 2014 – Top 35 most cited management publications selected from 750 past wining publications in last 15 years.
Emerald Citations of Excellence Award 2011 – Top 50 most cited management publications 5 years since publication.
Best Conference Paper Award, the 12th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS 2008), Suzhou, China.
First Prize Winner ($10,000 cash prize with student Marni Robins), Business Plan Competition, 2002, Center for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, College of Business, Florida Atlantic University.