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Dr. Alex Zarifis

Dr. Alex Zarifis

Assoziierter Wissenschaft­ler

Kontakt

E-Mail: azarifis(at)bwl.uni-mannheim.de

Sprechstunde: nach Vereinbarung

Addresse: L15, 1-6, 3. Stock, 68161 Mannheim, Deutschland

Forschungs­interessen

  • E-Business
  • Business-to-Consumer E-Commerce
  • Vertrauen in Geschäftskontext
  • Fern­unterricht

Curriculum Vitae

Seit 2015 Assoziierter Wissenschaft­ler für E-Business und E-Government, Universität Mannheim
2014 Dozent, University of Liverpool / University of Nicosia
2014 PhD Business Administration, University of Manchester
2008 Wissenschaft­licher Mitarbeiter, University of Manchester
2007 MSc Business Information Technology, University of Manchester
2006 BSc Management Information Systems, University of Leeds

Ausgewählte Publikationen

  • Cheng, X., Fu, S., Sun, J., Han, Y., Shen, J. & Zarifis, A. (2016) „Investigating Individual Trust in Semi-Virtual Collaboration of Multicultural and Unicultural teams“, Computers in Human Behavior, vol.62, pp. 267-276.
  • Cheng, X., Wang, X., Huang, J. & Zarifis, A. (2016) „An Experimental Study of Satisfaction response: Evaluation of Online Collaborative Learning“, International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning. vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 60-78.
  • Zarifis, A. & Kokkinaki, A. (2015) „The Relative Advantage of Collaborative Virtual Environments and Two-Dimensional Websites in Multichannel Retail“, Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing-Springer, vol. 208, pp. 233.
  • Zarifis, A., Efthymiou, L., Cheng, X. & Demetriou, S. (2014) „Consumer Trust in Digital Currency Enabled Transactions“, Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing-Springer, vol. 183, pp. 241-254.
  • Cheng, X., Macaulay, L. & Zarifis, A. (2013) „Modelling Individual Trust Development in Computer Mediated Collaboration: A Comparison of Approaches“, Computers in Human Behavior, vol. 29, no. 4, pp. 1733-1741.
  • Cheng, X., Macaulay, L. & Zarifis, A. (2009) „A Case Study of Individual Trust Development in Computer Mediated Collaboration Teams“, IEEE 16th International Conference on Computational Science and Engineering (CSE’09), vol. 3, pp. 277-282.