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Hao-Fan Chumg did his PhD from Loughborough University (United Kingdom), majoring in School of Business and Economics, Centre for Information Management. One of the best things in life is to gain subtle knowledge from the diverse perspectives of various research philosophies, especially in the domains of Knowledge Management (KM), psychology, sociology, organisational behaviour, supply chain integration, and the application of e-commerce/marketing using the latest Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). During his PhD at Loughborough University during the period 2011 to 2015, some of the results of the research have been published in “Computers in Human Behavior" which is regarded as a most prestigious journal in terms of discussing the relationship between human behaviour and the use of computers in the psychological domain. (It was ranked 3* on the ABS list in 2015.) Subsequently, he was also invited to be a reviewer for “Computers in Human Behavior" which is on-going. Furthermore, another articles has been accepted and published for the most prestigious knowledge management conference held in Europe (The 16th European Conference on Knowledge Management, ECKM). Two articles now are under review by another top journals also ranked 3* on the ABS list in 2015).
In terms of current research interests, having examined in some depth various research philosophies (e.g. positivism, interpretivism and pragmatism) and methodologies (quantitative/qualitative and mixed approaches) during his past research and academic studies, he will now pay more attention to and be more enthusiastic about investigating those factors affecting knowledge management, E-business performance, online consumer behavior and individuals’ information behaviour in an organisation (in particular, a virtual organisation) from the various perspectives of positive psychology, Internet of Things, big data analysis and organisational behaviour; this also includes the digital divide, child and adolescent psychology and elderly care. At the same time, a cross-cultural comparison research study will also be conducted in the foreseeable future.
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