Dr Hadi Karimikia

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Hadi Karimikia

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Business Information Systems
O'Rahilly Building
Cork University Business School

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Biography

Hadi Karimikia is a lecturer in Business Information Systems at UCC. Previously, he was working as a Marie Curie post-doctoral researcher at Maynooth University. His previous research was co-funded by European Union and Lero (the Irish Software Research Centre) and focused on smart collaboration and governance in a smart city context. He teaches various courses in information systems field. Hadi’s prior research work examines the governance of a smart city implementation, a multi-level impact of IT professionals’ proactive behaviours on enhancing the effectiveness of IT departments, the negative effects of ICT use on employees’ job outcomes, and the effect of various behaviours and personalities of IS professionals within IT departments. 

 

Publications

Journal article

Year Publication
2018 KARIMIKIA, H. (2018). Being useful: How information systems professionals influence the use of information systems in enterprises. Information Systems Frontiers. doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/s10796-018-9870-7. Details
2020 KARIMIKIA, H. (2020). Negative Outcomes of ICT Use at Work: Meta-Analytic Evidence and the Role of Job Autonomy. Internet Research.
2021 KARIMIKIA, H. (2021). The Impact of various IS professionals’ personalities and behaviours on IS Departments Effectiveness. Journal of Management Information Systems . doi:https://doi.org/10.1080/10580530.2021.1967527. Details
2020 MACCANI, G., CONNOLLY, N., MCLOUGHLIN, S., PUVVALA, A., KARIMIKIA, H., DONNELLAN, B. (2020). An emerging typology of IT governance structural mechanisms in smart cities. Government Information Quarterly.
KARIMIKIA, H. An Emergent Taxonomy of Boundary Spanning in the Smart City Context. Technological Forecasting and Social Change.
2022 KARIMIKIA, H. (2022). Multi-level Analysis of the Impact of IS-Specific OCBs on IS Departments Effectiveness. Communications of the Association for Information Systems.
2017 DÍAZ ANDRADE, A., HEDGES, H., KARIMIKIA, H., TECHATASSANASOONTORN, A. (2017). World Internet Project: The Internet in New Zealand 2017. New Zealand Work Research Institute.
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