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Dr. Mahed Maddah’s research interests include data quality, user-generated content, social media analytics, health information exchange, design science research and cognitive psychology. His work has been published in the MIS Quarterly, the International Journal of Medical Informatics, and Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems as well as leading information systems and business conferences. Mahed’s 2019 MISQ paper has been selected as “the paper of the year” for 2019 by MIS Quarterly and has been awarded “the best Information Systems (IS) publications award” of 2019 by the AIS College of Senior Scholars.
Honors and Recognitions
- Awarded MISQ Paper of the Year, 2019
- Best Information Systems (IS) Publications Award by the AIS College of Senior Scholars, 2019
Recent Intellectual Contributions
Lukyanenko, R., Parsons, J., Wiersma, Y. F., & Maddah, M. (2019). Expecting the unexpected: Effects of data collection design choices on the quality of crowdsourced user-generated content. MIS Quarterly, 43(2), 623-648.
Maddah, M., Lukyanenko, R., VanderMeer, D., & Samuel, B. (2020, January). Data Collection Interfaces in Online Communities: The Impact of Data Structuredness and Nature of Shared Content on Perceived Information Quality. In Proceedings of the 53rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
Esmaeilzadeh, P., Mirzaei, T., & Maddah, M. (2020). The effects of data entry structure on patients’ perceptions of information quality in Health Information Exchange (HIE). International journal of medical informatics, 135, 104058.
Lukyanenko, R., Parsons, J., Wiersma, Y. F., Sieber, R., & Maddah, M. (2016). Participatory Design for User-generated Content: Understanding the challenges and moving forward. Scand. J. Inf. Syst., 28(1), 2.