Cork University Business School - Conference Items

Cork University Business School - Conference Items

 

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  • Browne, Oliver; O'Reilly, Philip; Hutchinson, Mark (Association for Information Systems (AIS), 2017)
    This paper investigates the valuations of social media platforms (SMPs) in light of the recent initial public offering (IPO) of Snapchat. Innovative platforms with unproven business models and non-voting shares commanding ...
  • Amaye, Alexis; Neville, Karen; Pope, Andrew (Association for Information Systems (AIS), 2017)
    Design Science Research is a well-established theoretical and methodological approach to design, build, and evaluate IS artefacts. However, research suggests that the engagement of subjective and ethereal processes of ...
  • O'Flaherty, Brian; Caceres, Diego Alonso; Palma, Pedro Sanchez; Pramatari, Katerina. (Academic Conferences International Limited, 2020-09)
    EUXCEL, a Trans-European technology entrepreneurship education initiative funded by the European Union, has demonstrated that creating cross-border collaboration between Europe's young ICT entrepreneurs is an achievable ...
  • Murphy, Anna; Bogue, Joe; O'Flaherty, Brian (Academic Conferences International Limited, 2020-09)
    Entrepreneurship is a key driver of economies through the creation of new opportunities and business ventures. Immigrant entrepreneurs have enriched global economies, particularly in high tech industries (Fairlie, 2008) ...
  • Doyle, Cathal; Sammon, David; Neville, Karen; Mirkovski, Kristijan (Association for Information Systems (AIS), 2017)
    Healthcare service systems require care follow-up procedures using clinical practice guidelines targeting specific patient groups. Studies have introduced various methods for providing patient care, but system design for ...

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