Shih-Hui (Steven) Hsiao
Shih-Hui Hsiao is an Assistant Professor in the College of Management at the Lawrence Technological University since August 2016. Dr. Hsiao received his Ph.D. in Decision Science and Information Systems (DSIS) at the University of Kentucky.
His doctoral dissertation focused on evaluating algorithmic approaches to identify social influencers from large social media network. His current research interests include social media analytics, text mining, social computing, and social network theory.
His working papers have been presented at different major academic conferences, and his research has been published in leading academic journals such as Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology and Industrial Marketing Management (IMM).
- Social Media Analytics
- Text Mining & Opinion Mining
- Social Computing
- Social Network Theory
- Business Analytics & Intelligence
- Data Mining & Predictive Modeling
- System Analysis & Design
Ph.D., Decision Science & Information Systems, University of Kentucky, 2016
Selected Publications and Working Papers
- The Impact of Sellers' Social Influence on the Co-creation of Innovation with Customers and Brand Awareness in Online Communities, with Yichuan Wang, Zhiguo Yang, & Nick Hajli, forthcoming, Industrial Marketing Management (Most Downloaded Industrial Marketing Management Articles in 2016).
- Knowledge Dissemination Channels: Analytics of Stature Evaluation, with Liang Chen, Clyde W. Holsapple, Zhihong Ke, J. Y. Oh, & Zhiguo Yang, forthcoming, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology.
- Social Media Analytics: A Relative Assessment of Opinion Leader Mining Algorithms, with Ram Pakath, INFORMS Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November 2015.
- Leveraging Co-Innovation Practices on Business-to-Business Virtual Communities, with Yichuan Wang, Zhiguo Yang, & Nick Hajli, 21th Annual Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), Fajardo, Puerto Rico, August 2015.
- The Effect of Social Factors on User-Generated Content Productivity: Evidence from Flickr.com, with Yichuan, 21th Annual Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), Fajardo, Puerto Rico, August 2015.
- Parameters of Knowledge Management Success, with Clyde W. Holsapple & J. Y. Oh, forthcoming, Successes and Failures of Knowledge Management, Jay Liebowitz (Ed.), Morgan Kaufmann/Elsevier.