Department: Accounting and Information Systems
(Julian) Chenhui Guo received a Ph.D. (2016) in Management Information Systems with a minor in Economics from the University of Arizona, and a B.S. (2010) in Management (Entrepreneurship) from Zhejiang University, China. He has broad research interests, including incentive design in online communities, social network analysis, and business analytics. His work has appeared in leading Information Systems journals and conferences, such as Information Systems Research, ACM transactions on MIS, WITS, WISE, CIST, etc. He is also the recipient of best paper award at CIST 2014. He is interested in teaching both undergraduate and master level business analytics courses.
Crowdsourcing, online communities, social network analysis
- Best Conference Paper Award: INFORMS CIST Conference 2014
- Paulo Goes, Chenhui Guo, and Mingfeng Lin (2016) Do Incentive Hierarchies Induce User Effort? Evidence from an Online Knowledge Exchange. Information Systems Research 27(3): 497-516.
- Zhu Zhang, Chenhui Guo, and Paulo Goes (2013) Product Comparison Networks for Competitive Analysis of Online Word-Of-Mouth. ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems, 3(4): Article 20.