DR. GANG PENG
gpeng AT ysu DOT edu
Ph.D. University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 2006
M.B.A. Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, LA, 1999
B. A. Shandong University, Jinan, China, 1992
Peng, G., Fan, M., Dey, D. Impact of network effects and diffusion channels on home computer adoption. Decision Support Systems, conditionally accepted.
Peng, G., and Mu, J. Network structure and online technology adoption. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, forthcoming.
Dey, D., Fan, M., and Peng, G. Computer use and wage returns: The complementary roles of IT-related human capital and non-routine tasks. ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems, forthcoming (Equal contribution from all authors).
Peng, G., and Mu, J. Technology adoption in online social networks. Journal of Product Innovation Management, forthcoming.
Woodlock, P., and Peng, G. Defined benefit plans: How rule changes may affect your firm. Journal of Corporate Accounting & Finance, forthcoming.
Wan, Y., and Peng, G. 2010. What’s the next for shopbot? IEEE Computer, 43(6) May, 20–26.
Peng, G. 2010. Critical mass, diffusion channels, and digital divide. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 50(3), 63–71.
Peng, G., and Woodlock, P. 2010. The impact of network and recency effects on the adoption of e-collaboration technologies in online communities. Electronic Markets, 19(4), 201–210.
Peng, G. 2009. Critical success factors for open-source innovation: The case of open source software development. Issues in Information Systems, 10(2), 157–164.
Woodlock, P., and Peng, G. 2009. How will valuation changes affect M&A deals? Journal of Corporate Accounting & Finance, 20(4), 49-61.
Mu, J., Peng, G., and MacLachlan, D. L. 2009. Effect of risk management strategy on NPD performance. Technovation, 29(3), 170–180.
Mu, J., Peng, G., and Love, E. 2008. Interfirm networks, social capital, and knowledge flow. Journal of Knowledge Management, 12(4), 86–100.
Mu, J., Peng, G., and Tan, Y. 2007. New product development in Chinese SMEs: Key success factors from a managerial perspective. International Journal of Emerging Markets, 2(2), 123–143. (Equal contribution from all authors).