Dr. Kristijan Mirkovski is a lecturer of Information Systems at the Department of Information Systems and Business Analytics in Deakin Business School. He received his PhD in Information Systems from the City University of Hong Kong and since has held various academic positions in Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand.
Dr. Mirkovski’s primary research interests include: (1) ICT adoption and use, (2) alternative genres, (3) social media and social commerce and (4) open innovation. He is currently working on critical, interpretive, and positivist research studies.
He also uses a variety of research methods, such as interviews, analysis of secondary data, surveys, and experiments. His work has been accepted and published by Information Systems Journal, Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, Internet Research, Information Systems Frontiers, International Journal of Logistics Management, Electronic Commerce Research, Information Technology & People, IEEE IT Professional and CSCMP’s Supply Chain Quarterly.
- Use of theory-driven video narratives for improving the scholarly knowledge conveyance for IT professionals: Evidence from a Quasi-Experiment
- A social learning theory to explain why employees commit cyberloafing in organizations and how to effectively intervene against it: A novel meta-analysis approach for theory development
- Achieving growth despite constraints: How service intermediaries enable firms to externally complement their resources
- Explaining opportunism: The selective information poaching in supply chains model (SIPISCM)