Dong-Heon Kwak

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In today’s rapidly changing and highly competitive operating contexts, businesses are increasingly seeking cooperative, long-term inter-organizational relationships. Inter-organizational systems (IOS) are major enablers of inter-organizational cooperation. Drawing upon transaction costs economics theory and resource-based view as the theoretical frames,(More)
Spyware is a serious threat, posing severe privacy and security issues. The best way for users to reduce the threat from spyware is to adopt anti-spyware programs. While previous studies have identified various determinants of anti-spyware adoption, some factors have not yet been examined. Based on the theory of reasoned action, this study presents a(More)
Security knowledge is a critical component for computer end users to cope with and ameliorate security threats. Drawing upon learning theory and innovation diffusion theory, this study examines individuals’ security knowledge process, focusing on spyware. In addition, a moderating effect of culture is examined in security knowledge process between the USA(More)
Researchers and practitioners have encouraged the use of simulation games as a means of training for enhancing users’ IT knowledge. However, prior research on IT knowledge has not paid much attention as to how individuals’ perceptions of knowledge shift from the pre-training to the post-training state, and has focused mainly on individual-level(More)
Universities and corporate training programs have realized the importance of enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems in the business world and have incorporated such systems into their curricula and training. Although there is a rich body of literature on ERP, extant research remains relatively scant in examining teambased ERP learning. Drawing upon(More)
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