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Tagungsband zum Doctoral Consortium der WI 2007
[WI2007 Doctoral Consortium Proceedings]

  • Eymann, Torsten (Ed.)

Bereits seit Anfang der 1990er Jahre wird jungen Wissenschaftlern im Vorfeld der Tagung Wirtschaftsinformatik ein Doctoral Consortium als unterstützendes Forum angeboten. Diese Einrichtung wurde auch zur größten internationalen Konferenz der Wirtschaftsinformatik, der WI 2007 in Karlsruhe fortgeführt. Dieser Band fasst die zum Vortrag ausgewählten Beiträge zusammen. - Inhaltsverzeichnis: René Fiege, Entwicklung einer Methode zur Verbesserung der Entwurfsqualität von Serviceorientierten Architekturen auf Basis von Axiomatic Design …11; Daniel Gille, Modellierung und Messung des Einflusses von RFID-Technologie auf die Produktivität … 29; Christoph Niemann, Softwareagenten in der Krankenhauslogistik – Ein Ansatz zur effizienten Ressourcenallokation … 49; Claudia Reuter, Kontextbasierte Adaption klinischer Pfade … 63; Werner Streitberger, Simulation von Grid-Versicherungen - Eine Analyse der Risikoallokation in Grid-Netzwerken … 83; Matthias Burghardt, Incentive Engineering and Transaction Pricing in the Securities Trading Value Chain … 99; Kim Wüllenweber, Outsourcing Risk Mitigation - A Study of Business Process Outsourcing arrangements in the German banking industry … 115; Maciej Piechocki, Conception of XBRL Use in the Financial Reporting Chain … 133; Thomas Wilde, Potenzial experimenteller Forschung in der Wirtschaftsinformatik … 151; Christian Schlereth, Optimale Preisgestaltung von internetbasierten Diensten … 169; Thomas Krabichler, Gestaltung kooperativer e-Financial Supply Chains … 187; Stefan Luckner, A Field Experiment on Monetary Incentives in Prediction Markets … 207; Titus Faupel, Zum Einsatz selbstorganisierender Koordinationsmechanismen unter Nutzung von UC-Technologien … 219; Christian Brandt, Geschäftliche Verträge als Quelle für Services in unternehmensübergreifenden Informationssystemen … 233; Dwi Anoraganingrum, Indikatoren für Einsatz und Evaluation von Multiagentensystem-Technologien zur effizienten Steuerung von Organisationsabläufen in Krankenhäusern - am Beispiel eines Prozess in einem Krankenhaus in Deutschland und Indonesien … 247; Christian Slamka, Event analysis in Virtual Stock Markets for business research … 263; Thomas Nowey, Kosten-Nutzen-Quantifizierung von Investitionen in IT-Sicherheit als Grundlage eines ökonomisch fundierten Sicherheitsmangements … 281; Claudia Müller, Analyse der Selbstorganisation in Wikis … 299; Gottfried Gruber, Cannibalization Effects in Online & Offline Retailing … 317; Falk Zwicker, Ubiquitous Computing im Krankenhaus - eine fallstudienbasierte Untersuchung betriebswirtschaftlicher Potenziale und kritischer Erfolgsfaktoren … 335

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Paper provided by University of Bayreuth, Chair of Information Systems Management in its series Bayreuth Reports on Information Systems Management with number 24.

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Date of creation: 2007
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