- Paul H. Chook Department of Information Systems and Statistics
Trevor T. Moores is Professor of Information Systems and Director of the Subotnick Financial Services Center at Baruch College/CUNY. He received a BA in Combined Studies (Arts), majoring in Philosophy and Psychology, from Sunderland Polytechnic (UK), an MSc in Intelligent Knowledge Based Systems from the University of Essex (UK), and a PhD in MIS from the University of Aston (UK). He has taught a wide range of courses, from networking and cybersecurity to IS strategy. He was awarded the 2012 AIS Innovation in Teaching Award for the development of a business game to support the teaching of IS concepts. His research interests are broadly in the area of the management and use of software, ranging from measures to control the development of conventional and knowledge based systems, to broader social issues, particularly in the area of IS ethics. His work has appeared in MIS Quarterly, Communications of the ACM, IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, Information & Management, European Journal of Information Systems, Decision Support Systems, Journal of Business Ethics, and others.
Moores TT. (2014) Preface to the Special Issue on IS Ethics: Past, Present, and Future. Information & Management (51:6), 799-800.
Moores TT. (2012) Towards an integrated model of IT acceptance in healthcare. Decision Support Systems (53:3), 507-516.
Moores TT, and Chang J. (2009) Self-efficacy, overconfidence, and the negative effect on subsequent performance: A field study. Information & Management (46:2), 69-76.
Moores TT. (2008) An analysis of the impact of economic wealth and national culture on the rise and fall of software piracy rates. Journal of Business Ethics (81:1), 39-51.
Moores TT, Chang J, and Smith DK. (2006) Clarifying the role of self-efficacy and metacognition as predictors of performance: Construct development and test. The DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems (37:2/3), 125-132.
Moores TT, and Chang J. (2006) Ethical decision-making in software piracy: Initial development and test of a four-component model. MIS Quarterly (30:1), 167-180.
Smith DK, Moores TT, and Chang J. (2005) Prepare your mind for learning. Communications of the ACM (48:9), 115-118.
Moores TT. (2005) Do consumers understand the role of privacy seals in e-commerce? Communications of the ACM (48:3), 86-91.
Moores TT, and Dhaliwal J. (2004) A reversed context analysis of software piracy issues in Singapore. Information & Management (41:8), 1037-1042.
Moores TT. (2003) The effect of national culture and economic wealth on global software piracy rates. Communications of the ACM (46:9), 207-215.