Brian Dunn CV

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Brian Dunn
Pittsburgh, Pa.

Education

PhD, Information Systems Management, University of Pittsburgh (expected 2014)
MBA,
Information Systems and Strategy, University of California, Irvine (2002)
BA,
Brigham Young University (1996)

Dissertation

Borders and Territories: Perception of Location within Digital Platforms

Research Interests

Digital Platforms, Digital Content, and Online Interactions

Publications

  • A. D. MacCormack, B. K. Dunn, C. F. Kemerer. “Barnes & Noble: Managing the E-Book Revolution (Case Study)” (2013). Harvard Business School Case No. N9-613-073.
  • B. K. Dunn, D. F. Galletta. “Benchmark Task Development for Smart Phone Usability” (2013). Hawaii International Conference on System Science.
  • A. D. MacCormack, B. K. Dunn, C. F. Kemerer. “Research In Motion: The Mobile OS Platform War (Case Study)” (2012). Harvard Business School Case No. N9-613-001.
  • I. Im, D. Lee, D. F. Galletta, B. K. Dunn. “Keyword Search Patterns in Sponsored Search Advertisements” (2012). International Conference on Information Systems.
  • B. K. Dunn, D. F. Galletta. “Digital Advertising’s Human Toll: How Implied Cost-to-User Affects Web Content Platforms” (2012). Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
  • G. Moody, D. F. Galletta, B. K. Dunn. “Which Phish Get Caught? An Exploratory Study of Individual Susceptibility to Phishing” (2011). International Conference on Information Systems.

Working Papers

  • G. Moody, S. A. Slaughter, L. J. Kirsch, B. K. Dunn, Q. Weng. “The Changing Nature of Project Work: An Investigation of Control and Innovation in Cyber-Infrastructure Projects” (2013). Under Revision for Information Systems Research.
  • G. Moody, D. F. Galletta, B. K. Dunn. “Which Phish Get Caught? An Exploratory Study of Individual Susceptibility to Phishing” (2013).
  • B. K. Dunn, C. F. Kemerer. “Transitioning Competitive Dynamics within Digital Technology Markets: The Video Game Console Wars” (2013).
  • B. K. Dunn, D. F. Galletta, N. Ramasubbu, P. B. Lowry. “Information Foraging or Search Efficiency? Optimal Online User Patterns from the Content Owner’s Perspective” (2013).I. Im, D. Lee, D. F. Galletta, B. K. Dunn. “Searchers and Their Searches: Implications of Query Patterns and Complexity in Sponsored Search Advertising” (2013).

Presentations

  • Discussant, “Marketplace or Reseller?” (Andrei Hagiu and Julian Wright), Platform Economics and Strategy Symposium, Boston, Mass., July 2013.
  • “Benchmark Task Development for Smart Phone,” Hawaii International Conference on System Science, January 2013.
  • “Digital Advertising’s Human Toll and How Implied Cost-to-User Affects Web Content Platforms,” Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January 2012.

Teaching Experience

Lecturer, University of Pittsburgh, Katz School of Management

  • BMIS 2411, Introduction to Information Systems (MBA Core Course): Fall 2011 (Instructor Rating: 4.2/5.0); Summer 2011 (Team Taught; No Individual Ratings Collected).
  • BMIS 2687, Managing Big Data (MBA Elective): Fall 2013.

Guest Lecturer, University of Pittsburgh, Katz School of Management

  • BUSMIS 1060, Introduction to Information Systems (Undergraduate Course): Summer 2011.

Teaching Assistant/Lab Instructor, University of California, Irvine

  • Social Science 10A (Undergraduate Statistics): Fall 2001.

Research Grants

BNY Mellon Corporate Social Responsibility Doctoral Student Grant, $2,000 grant for research into topics related to corporate social responsibility, 2013.

BNY Mellon Research Fellowship, written with C. F. Kemerer. $20,000 grant for research into topics related to corporate social responsibility, 2011.

Office of Research and Creative Activities Grant, Brigham Young University. $1,000 grant for undergraduate thesis research, 1996.

Awards and Fellowships

Doctoral Consortium, International Conference on Information Systems (2013).

Roger S. Albrandt Sr. Fellowship (2010-11). Stipend for PhD program; University of Pittsburgh.

Center for the Research of IT in Organizations Fellowship (2000-01). MBA research fellowship; University of California, Irvine.

Faculty Fellowship (2000-02). MBA tuition reduction; University of California, Irvine.

University Honors (1996). Honors at graduation; Brigham Young University.

Departmental Honors (1996). Honors at graduation; Brigham Young University.

Trustees Scholarship (1990-91, 1993-96). Full tuition scholarship; Brigham Young University.

Service

Reviewer

MIS Quarterly: 2013
Information Systems Journal: 2013
International Conference on Information Systems: 2012, 2013.
Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences: 2013.
European Conference on Information Systems: 2012, 2013.

Research Assistantship

Graduate Research Assistant, University of Pittsburgh, Katz Graduate School of Business, 2010 to Present. Assistant to Dr. D. F. Galletta and Dr. C. F. Kemerer.

Research Fellow, University of California, Irvine, Center for the Research of IT in Organizations, 2000-01.

Undergraduate Research Assistant, Brigham Young University, Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages, 1995-96.

Industry Experience

Senior Manager, E-Commerce and Online Marketing. Toshiba America Information Systems, Irvine, Calif.; June 2006 to July 2009.

Director of Business Development. EndPoint Corp., New York, N.Y.; October 2005 to June 2006.

E-Commerce Program Manager. Epson America, Long Beach, Calif.; May 2001 to September 2005.

Web Content Producer (Baseball). sportsTALK.com, Palo Alto, Calif.; October 1999 to April 2001.

Professional Affiliations

Association for Information Systems, 2010 to Present.

Technical Skills

MySQL/PostgreSQL, RapidMiner, Perl and PHP Programming, Interchange Scripting Language, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, MediaWiki, SharePoint, WordPress

Non-Academic Interests

Road Trips, Skiing, Hiking, Baseball, History

One Response to Brian Dunn CV

  1. SteveVoynick says:

    Brian,

    One of my editors pointed out your blog with your review of The Making of a Hardrock Miner. Over the past 35 years that book has been reviewed several hundred times. I don’t recall any of them packing the insight and perspective that your’s did. And you did it in so few words.

    Enjoyed reading the review. Thanks,

    Steve Voynick

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