Dr. Patrick Y.K. Chau
[Editor-in-Chief, Information & Management]

Padma and Hari Harilela Professor in Strategic Information Management
Chang Jiang Scholar at Dalian University of Technology
Qiushi Chair Professor at Zhejiang University
The Has long been engaged in project management, e-commerce and mobile business teaching and research. Published SCI, SSCI included more than 50 papers, of which many papers included in the ESI high cited papers.
Research Interests:
IS/IT adoption and implementation
Information presentation and model visualization
Electronic commerce


Zhijun Li
[Editor-in-Chief, Management World]

Research fellow and editor-in-chief of Management World Magazine.
He has a PhD in economics and has a State Council special stipend. He is vice-president of the Chinese Society of Technology Economics, a member of the National Development and Reform Commission’s bio-industry development advisory committee, a disaster assessment and risk prevention expert for the Social Affairs Ministry, a consultant for the Science and Technology Ministry on technology market development, a consultant for China Association for Science and Technology, a part-time professor at the Chinese Academy of Social Science Graduate School, the Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Beijing Jiaotong University, and Beijing University of Technology, as well as an editorial board member of Journal of Quantitative & Technical Economics, Technology Economics, China Pharmaceutical Technology Economics & Management and Asian Journal of Innovation and Policy.


Changhong Pei
[Editor-in-Chief, Economic Research]

Director, Institute of Economics, Chinese Academy of Social Science (CASS)
Dr. Pei Changhong is the current director of Institute of Economics of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) and former director of Institute of Finance and Trade Economics of CASS during 2004-2010.
Pei got his Ph.D of Economics from University of International Business and Economics. His research focuses on China’s open economy and macroeconomic analysis. His representative works include: 60-years of China’s Foreign Trade, China’s Open Economy in Post-crisis Era. His typical essays include: Global Economy Governance, Public Goods and China’s Opening Up, Quantitative Estimation of Public Ownership’s Dominant Position and its Development Trend in China, etc.


Jiye Mao
[Dean, Business School, Renmin University; Chair, CNAIS]

Research areas
Management information system organization and adoption, all kinds of user behavior, outsourcing and information technology project management, e-commerce applications.
Social honor
2008 National Outstanding Young Scientist Funder
In 2009 the fifth session of the Beijing Municipal Higher Education Teachers Award, Beijing outstanding doctoral thesis tutor
2010 National 100 outstanding doctoral thesis nomination award tutor
2010 National 100 excellent management case author
2011 National 100 excellent management case author
Distinguished Professor of "Changjiang Scholars Program" by Ministry of Education in
2013 National 100 excellent management case author


Qiang Ye
[Dean, School of Management, HIT; Chair, Association of Big Data and Business and Analytics]

Doctor of Management, Harbin Institute of Technology School of Management professor, doctoral tutor, Dean. Member of the National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars in 2002, Member of the Discipline Review Group of the Academic Degrees Committee of the State Council, Member of the Steering Committee of the Management Science and Engineering Teaching Department of the Ministry of Education. In recent years has worked in the University of Texas at Austin, University of California, San Diego and the Hong Kong Polytechnic University to do research and teaching work, part-time Hong Kong Polytechnic University doctoral research professor and doctoral guidance team members. In recent years, POM, IJHM and TM and other international mainstream academic journals published more than 30 academic papers. 2008 Asia Pacific Information Systems Academic Conference (PACIS) Best Paper Award. 2011 China's summer information system academic conference (CSWIM) co-chairman. 2011, 2012 has served as the International Information Systems Academic Conference (ICIS), deputy editor (AE). As the international journals MISQ guest editorial board, JECR regional editor, ECRA field editor. The main research areas for e-commerce and management information systems, large data and business analysis, Internet finance.


James Marsden
[Editor-in-Chief, Decision Support System]

Dr. Marsden came to the University of Connecticut in August 1993, as the Head of OPIM. He formerly was the founding Chair and Philip Morris Professor of Information Systems at the Department of Decision Science and Information Systems, University of Kentucky, along with serving as the Director of the MIS and DSS Research Labs at that institution. Dr. Marsden has had visiting appointments at Purdue, Arizona, and the University of York. His areas of specialization include econometrics, quantitative methods, information economics, decision support system valuation, expert systems, and the management of computing systems.Professor Marsden is a Departmental Editor (DSS Impacts and Evaluation) for Decision Support Systems and has served for several years as the Expert Systems Minitrack co-coordinator for the annual Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences. His research has appeared in Decision Support Systems, Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Economic Theory, European Journal of Operational Research, Journal of Organizational Computing, American Economic Review, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, and numerous other leading journals.


Doug Vogel
[Former President, Association for Information Systems (AIS)]

Professor Doug Vogel is the chief academic director of management science and engineering of HIT. He was selected by the "Foreign Experts thousands of people plan", the International Academy of Information Systems Association (AIS Fellow) and the International Association for Information Systems (AIS President).


Guoqing Chen
[Chairman, Teaching Guidance Committee of the Department of Education and Engineering in the Ministry of Education]

Chen Guoqing, Professor of EMC, Professor of School of Economics and Management, Tsinghua University, Director of Academic Committee. In 2005, he was appointed professor of Changjiang scholar of Ministry of Education. He received a bachelor's degree in economic information management from Renmin University of China in 1982. He received a master's degree in business administration from the University of Leuven in Belgium in 1988 and a doctorate in management information from the University of Leuven, Belgium, in 1992. Professor Chen Guoqing won the 2009 "IFSA Fellow" by the International Fuzzy Systems Association; Fudan University Management Foundation 2007 "Outstanding Contribution Award for Management"; 1999 National Outstanding Youth Science Foundation; National 100 outstanding doctoral thesis instructor. The main research and teaching areas for business intelligence and e-commerce, IT strategy and management, fuzzy logic and data model.
Professor Chen Guoqing served as the chairman of the Teaching Guidance Committee of the Department of Education and Engineering in the Ministry of Education, Member of the National Informatization Expert Advisory Committee, Founding Chairman of the China Association (CNAIS) of the International Information Systems Association (2005-2013), International Society for Fuzzy Systems (IFSA Vice chairman of the China Society of Information Economics, vice chairman of the China Society of Systems Engineering, vice president of the Institute of Management Science and Engineering, China Management Modernization Research Association vice chairman. International Business School PIM Alliance Chairman (2010-2013). As chairman or co-chair of several international conferences, as well as editors or editors of several international academic journals.