“中国信息系统研究:理论与实践”
信息系统协会中国分会第二届全国大会(CNAIS2007)

中国 昆明 2007年11月8-10日

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大会报告一

The Changing Nature of the IS Discipline

Michael D. Myers

Abstract

The field of information systems is relatively new. However, I believe the field is now moving through a transitional phase. This phase is where the field of information systems moves from adolescence to maturity; it is the phase when I will also suggest what the Association for Information Systems needs to do in the immediate future to assist in this transition to maturity.

Biography

Michael D. Myers is Professor of Information Systems and Associate Dean (Postgraduate and Research) at the University of Auckland Business School, New Zealand. He is also immediate Past-President of the Association for Information Systems and Chair of the International Federation of Information Processing (IFIP) Working Group 8.2. His papers have appeared in a wide range of journals and books. He won the Best Paper award (with Heinz Klein) for the most outstanding paper published in MIS Quarterly in 1999. He also won the Best Paper Award (with Lynda Harvey) for the best paper published in Information Technology & People in 1997. Professor Myers currently serves as Editor of the ISWorld Section on Qualitative Research. Recently Professor Myers retired as a Senior Editor of MIS Quarterly and as an Associate Editor of Information Systems Research.

大会报告二

税务信息化建设

许善达



报告人简介

许善达,国家税务总局原副局长。

现任国家信息化专家咨询委员会委员,财政部会计准则委员会委员,中注协审计准则委员会委员,中国经济50人论坛成员、 学术委员会委员,中国财政学会副会长,中国国际税收研究会副会长,中国工商银行股份有限公司独立董事。 曾任财政部税务总局政策研究处副处长,国家税务局税收科学研究所研究室主任、税制改革司副司长, 国家税务总局政策法规司副司长、地方税务司司长、稽查局局长。

1970年毕业于清华大学自动控制系。1984年获中国农业科学院研究生院农业经济管理硕士。 1990年获英国巴斯大学财政专业硕士。

长期从事宏观经济、财政税收研究,担任清华大学、北京大学、国家行政学院、中国科技大学、南开大学、西安交通大学、 中央财经大学、浙江理工大学等院校兼职教授、特邀研究员。

主要著作有:《马克思主义和报酬递减律》(专著),《改革探索:财税·农业》(专著),《国家税收》 (主编),《中国税收法制论》(主编),《中国税收负担研究》(主编),《中国税权研究》 (主编),《中国税制改革》(副主编),《发展中国家的税收理论》(合译、审校), 《中国财政政策》(合译、审校)<。主持金税工程二期项目,获2006年度国家科学技术进步二等奖。

大会报告三

Today's Field of Dreams: If We Rebuild IT, Will They Come Back?

Dennis Galletta

Abstract

Most disciplines have faced some ebbs and flows over the years, but the current shortfall of students is very severe in technical disciplines such as math, science, engineering, and technology. The technology shortfall is most severe because it occurred at about the time of the "bursting of the Internet bubble" in the early 21st century. I have heard informal estimates of the downturn of students ranging from 25% to 75%. Many schools more concerned with the short-term have eliminated faculty positions and closed programs. Sometimes those eliminated faculty positions are occupied, and sometimes the occupants are tenured. This talk describes some informal and formal theories for the downturn, reports on a wide variety of strategies that have been used to attract students back to technology courses and majors, and describes what the Association for Information Systems (AIS) is doing about the problem.



Biography

Dennis Galletta is President of AIS, is an AIS Fellow, and is Professor of Business Administration at the Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh, where he has been since 1985. He has fond memories of the time he spent with a great set of colleagues at the Fox School of Business and Management, Temple University during the 2004-2005 academic year. He obtained his doctorate in 1985 at the University of Minnesota (major advisor: Gordon B. Davis) with a major in management information systems and a minor in psychology. His specific research interests lie in the areas of end-user attitudes, behavior, and performance. He teaches Human-Computer Interaction to PhD, MBA, and undergraduate students, Information Systems to MBA students and executives, and Electronic Commerce to MBA students and executives. He has published articles in journals such as Management Science, Information Systems Research, Journal of MIS, Journal of AIS, Communications of the ACM, European Journal of Information Systems, Decision Sciences, Communications of the AIS, Accounting Management and Information Technologies, and Data Base, and also published a textbook with Prentice-Hall (long ago). He served as editor of SIGOIS Bulletin, the newsletter of the ACM Special Interest Group on Office Information Systems, and is, or has been, on the editorial boards of journals such as Information Systems Research (AE, 2006-present), Canadian Journal of Administrative Science (AE, 2006-present), Data Base,(AE 1993-1995; SE 1996-present), Journal of AIS (board member, 2005-present), International Journal of Information Systems and Management (2006-present), Information Systems and eBusiness Management (board member, 2003-present), Cycle Time Research (AE, 1996-present), and MIS Quarterly (AE, 1999-2002). He and Ping Zhang recently edited two books on HCI in MIS, part of the Zwass Advances in MIS series. They were fortunate to have gotten 37 fine manuscripts from 72 authors, most who require no introduction. Many reflect on their specialty areas of a decade or more of work! Please request one of each for your library! He is also an active reviewer for 10 other journals and several conferences. He is recuperating from serving as co-program chair of ICIS 2005 with David Avison. For a recent AMCIS conference in August 2003, he served as co-program chair with Jeanne Ross. He is the Editor-In-Chief of ISWorld. He served as the ICIS Treasurer from 1994-1998, chaired the Inaugural AIS Americas Conference on Information Systems in 1995, was VP of Member Services for AIS from 2001-2003, was a member of AIS Council representing the Americas in 1996 and 1997, and taught information systems courses on the Fall 1999 voyage of Semester at Sea. As a CPA, he has public accounting experience and has taught Continuing Professional Education courses for the Pennsylvania Institute of CPAs and Half Moon Seminars. On Sunday evenings, he used to teach 10th, 11th, and 12th grade CCD (during various years) at St. Catherine of Sweden Church in the North Hills of Pittsburgh, where he also served on the Finance Committee.