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Prof. Tat Koon KOH

Prof. Tat Koon KOH

Assistant Professor, Information Systems

koh@ust.hk

Academic qualification

  • Ph.D. 2012 Carnegie Mellon University
  • M.Sc. 2009 Carnegie Mellon University
  • B.Bus. 2001 Nanyang Technological University

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Assistant Professor, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, 2012-present
  • Co-founder and Director, Online B2B Exchange, 1998-2007
  • eBusiness Executive, Ministry of Trade and Industry (Singapore), 2001-2002

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • Koh, T. K., “Adopting Seekers' Solution Exemplars in Ideation Contests: Antecedents and Consequences,” Information Systems Research, Accepted
  • Koh, T. K., and Fichman, M., “Multi-Homing Users’ Preferences for Two-Sided Exchange Networks,” MIS Quarterly, 38, 4, 2014, 977-996
  • Goh, K. T., Krackhardt, D., Weingart, L. R., and Koh, T. K., “The Role of Simmelian Friendship Ties on Retaliation within Triads,” Small Group Research, 45, 5, 2014, 471-505
  • Koh, T. K., Fichman, M., and Kraut, R. E., “Trust across Borders: Buyer-Supplier Trust in Global Business-to-Business E-Commerce,” Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 13, 11, 2012, 886-922
  • Teo, T. S. H., and Koh, T. K., “Lessons from Multi-Agency Information Management Projects: Case of the Online Business Licensing Service (OBLS) Project, Singapore,” International Journal of Information Management, 30, 1, 2010, 75-83

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Digital economy
  • Digital marketing
  • Open innovation and Crowdsourcing
  • Platform design and strategy
  • Tech startups

TEACHING

  • Digital and Social Media Marketing Strategy (MBA/MSc)
  • Digital Platform Strategy (Executive Education)
  • Introduction to Information Systems (Undergraduate)

HONORS & AWARDS

  • Winner, Franklin Prize for Teaching Excellence, HKUST, 2016
  • Finalist, Franklin Prize for Teaching Excellence, HKUST, 2015
  • Doctoral Consortium, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, 2010
  • Best Paper Award (1st Runner-Up), Academy of Management Annual Meeting, 2009
  • William Larimer Mellon Fellow, Carnegie Mellon University, 2007–2010

GRANTS

  • General Research Fund (391,464 HKD), Hong Kong Research Grants Council, 2018
  • General Research Fund (456,200 HKD), Hong Kong Research Grants Council, 2016
  • Early Career Scheme (858,656 HKD), Hong Kong Research Grants Council, 2014
  • Faculty Initiation Grant (100,000 HKD), HKUST, 2012