Department of Finance and Decision Sciences

About the School

Academic Departments

Position:

Professor, Department of Finance and Decision Sciences

Director, Research Postgraduate Programme

Research Interests

Technology Use and Well-Being, Electronic Word of Mouth, Electronic Commerce and Social Commerce, Adaptive and Maladaptive Use of Technology in the Workplace

Publications
  • Wenninger, H., Cheung, C., & Chmielinski, M. (2021). Understanding envy and users' responses to envy in the context of social networking sites: A literature review. International Journal of Information Management, 58(4), 102303.
  • Chan, Tommy K.H., Cheung, C., & Lee, Zach W.Y. (2021). Cyberbullying on Social Networking Sites: A Literature Review and Future Research Directions. Information and Management, 58(2), 103411.
  • Wong, R., Cheung, C., Xiao, B., & Thatcher, J. (2021). Standing Up or Standing By: Understanding Bystanders' Proactive Reporting Responses to Social Media Harassment. Information Systems Research, 32(2), 561-581.
  • Lee, Z., Cheung, C., & Chan, T. (2021). Understanding massively multiplayer online role-playing game addiction: a hedonic management perspective. Information Systems Journal, 31(1), 33-61.
  • Gong, X., Cheung, C., Zhang, Kem Z.K., Chen, C., & Lee, Matthew K.O. (2021). A Dual-identity Perspective of Obsessive Online Social Gaming. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 22(5), 1245-1284.
  • Gong, X., Cheung, M., Liu, S., Zhang, K., & Lee, Matthew K.O. (in press). Battles of mobile payment networks: the impacts of network structures, technology complementarities, and institutional mechanisms on consumer loyalty. Information Systems Journal.
  • Venkatesh, V., Cheung, M., Davies, F., & Lee, Z. (in press). Cyberslacking in the Workplace: Antecedents and Effects on Job Performance. MIS Quarterly.
  • Li, Y.J., Cheung, C., Shen, X.L., & Lee, Matthew K.O. (in press). When socialization goes wrong: understanding we-intention to participate in collective trolling in virtual communities. Journal of the Association for Information Systems.
  • Gong, X., Zhang, Kem Z.K., Chen, C., Cheung, C., & Lee, Matthew K.O. (2020). What drives trust transfer from web to mobile payment services? The dual effects of perceived entitativity. Information and Management, 57(7), 103250.
  • Nabity-Grover, T., Cheung, C., & Thatcher, J. (2020). Inside out and outside in: How the COVID-19 pandemic affects self-disclosure on social media. International Journal of Information Management, 55, 102188.
  • Gong, X., Zhang, K., Chen, C., Cheung, C., & Lee, M. (2020). Transition from web to mobile payment services: The triple effects of status quo inertia. International Journal of Information Management, 50, 310-324.
  • Gong, X., Zhang, Kem Z.K., Chen, C., Cheung, C., & Lee, Matthew K.O. (2020). What drives self-disclosure in mobile payment applications? The effect of privacy assurance approaches, network externality, and technology complementarity. Information Technology & People, 33(4), 1174-1213.
  • Gong, X., Zhang, Kem Z.K., Chen, C., Cheung, C., & Lee, Matthew K.O. (2020). Antecedents and consequences of excessive online social gaming: a social learning perspective. Information Technology & People, 33(2), 657-688.
  • Turel, O., Matt, C., Trenz, M., & Cheung, C. (2020). An intertwined perspective on technology and digitised individuals: Linkages, needs and outcomes. Information Systems Journal, 30(6), 929-939.
  • Trang, S., Trenz, M., Weiger, Welf H., Tarafdar, M., & Cheung, C. (2020). One app to trace them all? Examining app specifications for mass acceptance of contact-tracing apps. European Journal of Information Systems, 29(4), 15-428.
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