Projects and publications

Digitalisation, AI and data analytics

O’Reilly, J., Stuart, M., Cooke, F. L., Rubery, J., et al. (2019-2023), ‘Digital futures at work (Dig.IT Futures@Work)’, the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), £7.9 million (full costing), £6.5 million, the Economic and Social Research Council.

Cooke, F. L. (January-June 2019), ‘Digitalisation and decent work in Pacific Island Countries’, International Labour Organisation Office, Pacific Island Countries, USD$12,500.

Cooke, F. L. (January – December 2019), Digitalisation and its implications for skills, employment and human resource management’, Australian Human Resources Institute, Australia, $5,000.

McLoughlin, I. (Lead), Cooke, F. L., Davenport, S. and Cornford, J. (November 2015-October 2016), ‘Into uncharted waters: Governing big and open data across government/third sector boundaries in the delivery care services’, Australian New Zealand School of Government: $61,000.

Wiegmann, L. ‘Decision making in the digital age: influence of individual and organisational information processing on the company’s success’ (EUR 99,500, approx. AUD 157,000, Dr Werner Jackstädt Foundation grant, with Assoc Prof Martin Schulz (Sauder School of Business), Prof Dr Erik Strauss (Witten/Herdecke University (WHU)), Prof Jürgen Weber (WHU))

Wiegmann, L. ‘The interplay of centralized and decentralized forecasting practices in the digital age’ (2018 – 2020, £15,339.92 CIMA grant, AUD 17,000 ECR grant, with Prof Utz Schäffer and Assist Prof Lukas Löhlein (both WHU))

Cooke, F. L. (2019), Digitalization and Decent Work: Implications for Pacific Island Countries. International Labour Organization Report: ILO Office for Pacific Island Countries. https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/public/---asia/---ro-bangkok/---ilo-suva/documents/publication/wcms_712544.pdf.

Lin, C-F., & Liu, H-W. (2018). Disruptive Technologies and Sustainable Development: Implications for Southeast Asia. Geneva Switzerland: International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD).

Ghio, A., Fehrenbacher, D.D. (2019), The Effects of Social Media Use in Buyer-Supplier Relationship, European Accounting Association Conference in Cyprus.

Fehrenbacher D. D. & Rötzel, P. (2018), Enterprise Social Media And Control System Design, New Directions in Management Accounting Conference, Brussels, Belgium.

Fehrenbacher, D. D., & Wiener, M. (2019). The dual role of penalty: the effects of IT outsourcing contract framing on knowledge-sharing willingness and commitment. Decision Support Systems, 121, pp. 62-71. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dss.2019.04.005

Rotaru, K., Schulz, A. K-D., & Fehrenbacher, D. D. (2018). New technologies for behavioural accounting experiments. In: The Routledge Companion to Behavioural Accounting Research. (Eds.) Libby, T., & Thorne, L., (Routledge Companions in Business, Management and Accounting). Abingdon UK: Routledge. pp. 253-272.

Fehrenbacher, D. D. (2017). Affect infusion and detection through faces in computer-mediated knowledge sharing decisions. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 18, 10, pp. 703-726.

Fehrenbacher, D. D., & Weisner, M. M. (2017). Avatars and knowledge sharing. In: 38th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2017): Transforming Society with Digital Innovation, (Eds.) Soh, C., Henfridsson, O. & Yoo, Y., vol. 5, Atlanta Georgia USA: Association for Information Systems. pp. 3375-3392.

Leigh, C., Alsibai, O., Hyndman, R. J., Kandanaarachchi, S., King, O. C., McGree, J. M., Neelamraju, C., Strauss, J., Talagala, P. D., Turner, R. D. R., Mengersen, K. & Peterson, E. E. (2019), A framework for automated anomaly detection in high frequency water-quality data from in situ sensors, Science of the Total Environment. 664, pp. 885-898.

Wang, J., Athanasopoulos, G., Hyndman, R. J. & Wang, S. (2018), Crude oil price forecasting based on internet concern using an extreme learning machine. International Journal of Forecasting. 34, 4, pp. 665-677.

Hyndman, R. J., Liu, X. A. & Pinson, P. (2018), Visualizing big energy data: solutions for this crucial component of data analysis, IEEE Power and Energy Magazine. 16, 3, pp. 18-25.

Steponavice, I., Hyndman, R. J., Smith-Miles, K. & Villanova, L. (2017), Dynamic algorithm selection for pareto optimal set approximation, Journal of Global Optimization. 67, 1-2, pp. 263-282.

Kang, Y., Hyndman, R. & Smith-Miles, K. (2017), Visualising forecasting algorithm performance using time series instance spaces. International Journal of Forecasting. 33, 2, pp. 345-358.

Liu, H-W., Lin, C-F., & Chen, Y-J. (2019). Beyond State v Loomis: artificial intelligence, government algorithmization and accountability. International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 27, 2, pp. 122-141.

Chen, Y-J., Lin, C-F., & Liu, H-W. (2018). "Rule of trust": the power and perils of China's social credit megaproject. Columbia Journal of Asian Law, 32, 1, pp. 1-36.

Liu, H. W. (2017). Inside the black box: political economy of the trans-pacific partnership’s encryption clause. Journal of World Trade, 51, 2, pp. 309-333.

Peng, S. Y., & Liu, H. W. (2017). The legality of data residency requirements: how can the trans-pacific partnership help? Journal of World Trade, 51, 2, pp. 183-204.

Wiedemann, N. J. B., & Wiegmann, L. (2018). Changing the speed and format of information provision: examining the temporal decoupling of accounting numbers and their analysis. In: The Routledge Companion to Accounting Information Systems. (Eds.) Quinn M. & Strauss E., 1st. ed. Abingdon UK: Routledge, pp. 94-107.

Wiedemann, N. J. B., Wiegmann, L., & Weber, J. (2018). Artefacts and the dynamics of truces in organizational routines. In: Dualities, Dialectics, and Paradoxes in Organizational Life. (Eds.) Farjoun, M., Smith, W., Langley, A., & Tsoukas, H., 1st ed., Perspectives on Process Organization Studies; Vol. 8. Oxford UK: Oxford University Press. pp. 195-217.

Goretzki, L., Strauss, E., & Wiegmann, L. (2018). Exploring the roles of vernacular accounting systems in the development of "enabling" global accounting and control systems. Contemporary Accounting Research, 35, 4, pp 1888-1916.

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