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Less is more: Engagement with the content of social media influencers (2024)
Journal Article
van der Harst, J. P., & Angelopoulos, S. (2024). Less is more: Engagement with the content of social media influencers. Journal of Business Research, 181, Article 114746. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbusres.2024.114746

We draw upon theories of social media engagement to explore the factors affecting the success of the various influencer types, based on the size of their audience. We use the social media content of 8,076 influencers and employ sentiment analysis of... Read More about Less is more: Engagement with the content of social media influencers.

The impact of intersectional racial and gender biases on minority female leadership over two centuries (2024)
Journal Article
Pogrebna, G., Angelopoulos, S., Motsi-Omoijiade, I., Kharlamov, A., & Tkachenko, N. (2024). The impact of intersectional racial and gender biases on minority female leadership over two centuries. Scientific Reports, 14(1), Article 111. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-023-50392-x

This study scrutinizes the enduring effects of racial and gender biases that contribute to the consistent underrepresentation of minority women in leadership roles within American private, public, and third sector organizations. We adopt a behavioura... Read More about The impact of intersectional racial and gender biases on minority female leadership over two centuries.

Navigating Digital Transformation through an Information Quality Strategy: Evidence from a Military Organization (2023)
Journal Article

The use of digital technologies for extracting information from various data sources can help organizations to reduce uncertainty and improve decision-making. The increasing availability in volume, velocity, and variety of data, however, can give ris... Read More about Navigating Digital Transformation through an Information Quality Strategy: Evidence from a Military Organization.

From Groups to Communities: A Resource Mobilization Theory Perspective on the Emergence of Communities (2023)
Journal Article

Groups and communities have been key topics in the information systems (IS) research agenda. While communities are assumed to emerge at the intersection of overlapping groups and their practices, prior research has mainly focused on their dynamics an... Read More about From Groups to Communities: A Resource Mobilization Theory Perspective on the Emergence of Communities.

Paving the way toward Human-Algorithm Interactions: Understanding AI-CAD adoption for breast cancer detection (2022)
Presentation / Conference Contribution

Although Artificial Intelligence (AI) Computer Aided Diagnosis (CAD) frameworks can detect and classify lesions in mammograms more accurately than radiologists, the adoption rate of such frameworks is low. To address that lacuna, in this research pro... Read More about Paving the way toward Human-Algorithm Interactions: Understanding AI-CAD adoption for breast cancer detection.

Operationalizing fairness in medical AI adoption: Detection of early Alzheimer’s Disease with 2D CNN (2022)
Journal Article

Objectives: To operationalize fairness in the adoption of medical artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms in terms of access to computational resources, the proposed approach is based on a two-dimensional (2D) Convolutional Neural Networks (CNN), whi... Read More about Operationalizing fairness in medical AI adoption: Detection of early Alzheimer’s Disease with 2D CNN.

Security Breaches and Organization Response Strategy: Exploring Consumers’ Threat and Coping Appraisals (2022)
Journal Article

We address a long-standing lacuna in the Information Management literature on the relationships among security breaches, organization response strategy as well as consumers’ threat and coping appraisal. Security breaches can involve the leak of sensi... Read More about Security Breaches and Organization Response Strategy: Exploring Consumers’ Threat and Coping Appraisals.