Funded Research

                                                                                  Research and Other Grants Funded 
                                                            [Funded research amounts to a total of $3,182,000]                

      Communication, Trust and Leadership in Virtual Organization and Teams (with M. Audrey Korsgaard). Funded by the National Science Foundation, Office of Cyberinfrastructure, Virtual Organization as Sociotechnical Systems (VOSS), Division of Information & Intelligent Systems IIS), Directorate for Computer & Information Science & Engineering (CISE), 2008-2010, NSF Grant #: 0838231.

      Interorganizational Information Systems Integration Through Industry-wide IS Standardization: Technical Design Choices and Collective Action Dilemmas (with M. Lynne Markus and Charles W. Steinfield). Funded by the National Science Foundation, Human Centered Computing Cluster, Division of Information & Intelligent Systems, Directorate for Computer & Information Science & Engineering (CISE), 2007-2010, NSF Grant #: IIS 0704978. [For a project description and related recent publications and papers, see: https://ebusiness.tc.msu.edu/netindustry/index.html].

      International Comparison of Research Programs in Information systems - A Comparison of Wirtschaftsinformatik (Business Informatics) and Information Systems: Research Programs, Research Objectives and Applied Research Methods (with Ulrich Frank). Funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German National Science Foundation), 2004-2007.

       Collaborative Research:  Exploring the Integration of Electronic Commerce in Industry Value Chains: A Focus on the Home Mortgage Service Sector. Funded by the National Science Foundation, 2002-2004.    

       Interorganizational Information Systems Integration Through Industry-wide IS Standardization: Technical Design Choices and Collective Action Dilemmas (with M. Lynne Markus and Charles W. Steinfield). Funded by the National Science Foundation, 2007-2010.

       Globalization and Electronic Commerce: Impact on Germany (with Wolfgang Koenig). Funded by the National Science Foundation, 2001-2004.

        Towards Friction-Free Work: A Multi-method Study of the Use of Information Technology in the Real Estate Industry (with K. Crowston and S. Sawyer). Funded by the National Science Foundation, 2000-2004 (Continuation). [For a project description and related publications and papers, see: http://florin.syr.edu/~crowston/real-estate].             

Information Technology Equipment Grant for the Center for Digital Commerce, Syracuse University. Funded by the State of New York, 2000.

        Towards Friction-Free Work: A Multi-method Study of the Use of Information Technology in the Real Estate Industry (with K. Crowston and S. Sawyer). Funded by the National Science Foundation, 1998-2000 (Pilot Study). [For a project description and related recent papers, see: http://florin.syr.edu/~crowston/real-estate].

        The National Information Infrastructure and Dual-Use Technology Transfer.  Funded by Rome Laboratory and U.S. Air Force, Rome, NY, 1995-1996.

        Electronic Commerce:  Opportunities for Technology Transfer.  Funded by Rome Laboratory and U.S. Air Force, Rome, NY, 1994.

        Federal Information Policy and Management of Electronic Delivery (with C.R. McClure).  Funded by U.S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment, 1992-1993.

        Rome Laboratory in Transition:  Improved Technology Transfer and The Commercialization of Technology (with B. Bera et al.).  Funded by U.S. Air Force, 1993.

        Electronic Document Transactions Among Organizations (with Wolfgang Kilian and Arnold Picot). Funded by the Volkswagen Foundation, 1990‑1993.

        National Transfer of Technology Policy (Co‑investigator with John P. Walter, et al., Texas Research and Technology Foundation).  Funded by the U.S. Air Force, 1987‑1992.

        State and Local Initiatives in High‑Technology Development:  Technology Transfer Between Research Universities and Microelectronics Firms (Principal Co‑investigator with E. M. Rogers and J. K. Larsen).  Funded by the Productivity Improvement Section, Division of Industrial Science and Technological Innovation, National Science Foundation, #ISI‑8505584, 1985‑1987.

        Congress on “Office Communication ‑‑ Key to Improved Productivity,” (Principal Co‑organizer with E. Witte).  (Held in Munich, Federal Republic of Germany, May 3‑4, 1983).          Münchner Kreis, Munich, 1982‑1983.

        Communication Technology Assessment Study (Principal Investigator).  Dean’s Research Incentive Fund, Arizona State University, 1981‑1982.

        Social Implications of Direct Broadcast Satellites with Regard to Governmental and Commercial Communications (Principal Investigator).  International Social Science Council, Paris, France, 1979‑1980.

        An Evaluation of the Arizona Behavioral Health Services Information Systems Model (Co‑Principal Investigator with E. Heler and E. Sheeler).  Division of Behavioral Health Service, Arizona Department of Health Services, State of Arizona, Phoenix, 1978‑1979.

        The Coordination of Social Services Delivery, Information Flow and the Computer (Co‑investigator with W. B. Bowman et al.).  National Science Foundation, #GY11414, 1974.

        Crisis Relocation Planning Information Strategy (Co‑investigator with R. V. Farace).  Defense Civil Preparedness Agency, US Government, #DCPA‑01‑74‑Q‑050, 1974‑1975.