Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & Barriers to effective circular supply chain management in a developing country context. Production Planning & Control
  2. & Social Media Research in the Context of Emerging Markets: An Analysis of Extant Literature from Information Systems Perspective. Journal of Advances in Management Research
  3. & The Effect of Telepresence, Social Presence and Involvement on Consumer Brand Engagement: An Empirical Study of Non-Profit Organizations. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services
  4. & Impact of Internet of Things in Disaster Management: A Task-Technology Fit Perspective. Annals of Operations Research
  5. & Why People use Online Social Media Brand Communities: A Consumption Value Theory Perspective. Online Information Review
  6. & An Empirical Examination of Antecedents Determining Students’ Usage of Clickers in a Digital Marketing Module. International Journal of Business Information Systems
  7. & Examining Factors Influencing Jordanian Customers’ Intentions and Adoption of Internet Banking: Extending UTAUT2 with Risk. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services
  8. & Search engine marketing is not all gold: Insights from Twitter and SEOClerks. International Journal of Information Management 38(1), 107-116.
  9. & Mobile Banking: A Tradeoff between Mobile Technology and Service for Consumers’ Behavioral Intention. The Marketing Review 17
  10. & Risk, privacy and security concerns in digital retail. The Marketing Review 17(3)
  11. & Use of seminars for teaching and learning in higher education: recommendations for business and management teaching. International Journal of Business Excellence 13(2), 238
  12. & Content design of advertisement for consumer exposure: Mobile marketing through short messaging service. International Journal of Information Management 37(4), 257-268.
  13. & Examining the impact of gamification on intention of engagement and brand attitude in the marketing context. Computers in Human Behavior 73, 459-469.
  14. & What do we know about consumer m-shopping behaviour?. International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management 45(6)
  15. & Event classification and location prediction from tweets during disasters. Annals of Operations Research
  16. & Three dimensional product presentation quality antecedents and their consequences for online retailers: The moderating role of virtual product experience. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 36, 203-217.
  17. & A Take on Solar Power in India. Economic & Political Weekly 52(7), 21-24.
  18. & Re-examining the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT): Towards a Revised Theoretical Model. Information Systems Frontiers
  19. & Co-citation and cluster analyses of extant literature on social networks. International Journal of Information Management 37(5), 390-399.
  20. & Telemedicine for low resource settings: Exploring the generative mechanisms. Technological Forecasting and Social Change
  21. & Trustworthiness of digital government services: deriving a comprehensive theory through interpretive structural modelling. Public Management Review, 1-25.
  22. & Interpretive structural modelling and fuzzy MICMAC approaches for customer centric beef supply chain: application of a big data technique. Production Planning & Control 28(11-12), 945-963.
  23. & Factors influencing user acceptance of public sector big open data. Production Planning & Control 28(11-12), 891-905.
  24. & An empirical validation of a unified model of electronic government adoption (UMEGA). Government Information Quarterly
  25. & Social Media in Marketing: A Review and Analysis of the Existing Literature. Telematics and Informatics
  26. & Mapping IS failure factors on PRINCE2® stages: an application of Interpretive Ranking Process (IRP). Production Planning & Control, 1-15.
  27. & Predicting the “helpfulness” of online consumer reviews. Journal of Business Research 70, 346-355.
  28. & Driving innovation through big open linked data (BOLD): Exploring antecedents using interpretive structural modelling. Information Systems Frontiers 19(2), 197-212.
  29. & Factors influencing adoption of mobile banking by Jordanian bank customers: Extending UTAUT2 with trust. International Journal of Information Management 37(3), 99-110.
  30. & Affiliate marketing: An overview and analysis of emerging literature. The Marketing Review 17(1), 33-50.
  31. & Involvement in emergency supply chain for disaster management: a cognitive dissonance perspective. International Journal of Production Research, 1-16.
  32. & Exploring multichannel design: Strategy and consumer behaviour. The Marketing Review 16(3), 235-263.
  33. & Common Services Centres (CSCs) as an Approach to Bridge Digital Divide: Reflecting on Challenges and Obstacles. Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy 10(4)
  34. & Reformation of public service to meet citizens’ needs as customers: Evaluating SMS as an alternative service delivery channel. Computers in Human Behavior 61, 255-270.
  35. & A review of literature on the use of clickers in the business and management discipline. The International Journal of Management Education 14
  36. & Information systems project failure – analysis of causal links using interpretive structural modelling. Production Planning & Control 27(16), 1313-1333.
  37. & Open data and its usability: an empirical view from the Citizen’s perspective. Information Systems Frontiers
  38. & Adoption of online public grievance redressal system in India: Toward developing a unified view. Computers in Human Behavior 59
  39. & Social commerce as a business tool in Saudi Arabia's SMEs. International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management 13(1), 1
  40. & Pay-per-click advertising: A literature review. The Marketing Review 16(2), 183-202.
  41. & Can Clicking Promote Learning? Measuring Student Learning Performance Using Clickers in the Undergraduate Information Systems Class. Journal of International Education in Business, 00-00.
  42. & State of the Art in Open Data Research: Insights from Existing Literature and a Research Agenda. Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce 26
  43. & Citizen Adoption of E-Government Services: Exploring Citizen Perceptions of Online Services in the United States and United Kingdom. Information Systems Management 33(2), 124-140.
  44. & Customers’ Intention and Adoption of Telebanking in Jordan. Information Systems Management 33(2), 154-178.
  45. & Challenge in traditional service delivery for diabetes management: mobile health, a technology driven system, is the alternative?. International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management 12(3), 376
  46. & Citizens’ Adoption Behavior of Mobile-Government (mGov): A Cross-Cultural Study. Information Systems Management
  47. & Jordanian Consumers’ Adoption of Telebanking: Influence of Perceived Usefulness, Trust and Self-Efficacy. International Journal of Bank Marketing 34(5)
  48. & Social media content and product co-creation: an emerging paradigm. Journal of Enterprise Information Management 29(1), 7-18.
  49. & Consumer adoption of mobile banking in Jordan: Examining the role of usefulness, ease of use, perceived risk and self-efficacy. Journal of Enterprise Information Management 29(1), 118-139.
  50. & Acceptance and use predictors of open data technologies: Drawing upon the unified theory of acceptance and use of technology. Government Information Quarterly 32(4), 429-440.
  51. & A generalised adoption model for services: A cross-country comparison of mobile health (m-health). Government Information Quarterly
  52. & Using Clickers in a Large Business Class: Examining Use Behavior and Satisfaction. Journal of Marketing Education
  53. & The unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT): a literature review. Journal of Enterprise Information Management 28(3), 443-488.
  54. & Citizen's adoption of an e-government system: Validating extended social cognitive theory (SCT). Government Information Quarterly 32(2), 172-181.
  55. & Social Media as a Bridge to E-commerce Adoption in SMEs: A Systematic Literature Review. The Marketing Review 15(1), 39-57.
  56. & Empirical Examination of the Role of Three Sets of Innovation Attributes for Determining Adoption of IRCTC Mobile Ticketing Service. Information Systems Management 32(2), 153-173.
  57. & Modeling Consumers’ Adoption Intentions of Remote Mobile Payments in the United Kingdom: Extending UTAUT with Innovativeness, Risk, and Trust. Psychology & Marketing 32(8), 860-873.
  58. & Examining the role of three sets of innovation attributes for determining adoption of the interbank mobile payment service. Information Systems Frontiers 17(5), 1039-1056.
  59. & Citizens’ adoption of an electronic government system: towards a unified view. Information Systems Frontiers
  60. & Should consumers request cost transparency?. European Journal of Marketing 49(11/12), 1961-1979.
  61. & Rejoinder: a reply to comments on “should consumers request cost transparency?”. European Journal of Marketing 49(11/12), 1999-2003.
  62. & Research on information systems failures and successes: Status update and future directions. Information Systems Frontiers 17(1), 143-157.
  63. & A meta-analysis of existing research on citizen adoption of e-government. Information Systems Frontiers 17(3), 547-563.
  64. & Investigating success of an e-government initiative: Validation of an integrated IS success model. Information Systems Frontiers 17(1), 127-142.
  65. & Supply chain management: exploring the intellectual structure. Scientometrics 105(1), 215-230.
  66. & Guest editorial: Grand successes and failures in IT: Private and public sectors. Information Systems Frontiers 17(1), 11-14.
  67. & Social media marketing and advertising. The Marketing Review 15(3), 289-309.
  68. & Completing a PhD in business and management. Journal of Enterprise Information Management 28(5), 615-621.
  69. & Citizen's Adoption of an E-Government System: Validating the Extended Theory of Reasoned Action (TRA). International Journal of Electronic Government Research 11(4), 1-23.
  70. & Telemedicine in India: current state, challenges and opportunities. Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy 9(4), 393-400.
  71. & Consumer adoption of Internet banking in Jordan: Examining the role of hedonic motivation, habit, self-efficacy and trust. Journal of Financial Services Marketing 20(2), 145-157.
  72. & Examining the Role of Social Influence, Usefulness and Ease of Use for Determining the Mandatory Use of a Human Resource Information System in the Context of Saudi Ministries. International Journal of Electronic Government Research 11(3), 24-42.
  73. & IRCTC mobile ticketing adoption in an Indian context. International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management 11(2), 155
  74. & Consumer online purchase behaviour: perception versus expectation. International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management 11(3), 275
  75. & Metamorphosis of Indian electoral campaigns: Modi's social media experiment. International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management 11(4), 496-516.
  76. & Consumer behaviour in the context of SMS-based marketing. The Marketing Review 15(2), 135-160.
  77. & Exploring consumer adoption of proximity mobile payments. Journal of Strategic Marketing 23(3), 209-223.
  78. & Determining the consequents of bank's service quality with mediating and moderating effects: an empirical study. Total Quality Management & Business Excellence 26(5-6), 661-674.
  79. & Developing and validating a hierarchical model of service quality of retail banks. Total Quality Management & Business Excellence 26(5-6), 534-549.
  80. & SMEs' adoption of e-commerce using social media in a Saudi Arabian context: a systematic literature review. International Journal of Business Information Systems 19(2), 159-179.
  81. & An empirical investigation of electronic government service quality: from the demand-side stakeholder perspective. Total Quality Management & Business Excellence 26(3-4), 339-354.
  82. & Conceptualising the role of innovation-attributes for examining consumer adoption of entertainment-related innovations. International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management 10(3), 367
  83. & An extended DeLone and McLean's information system model for examining success of online public grievance redressal system in Indian context. International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management 10(3), 267-290.
  84. & Examining the Success of the Online Public Grievance Redressal Systems: An Extension of the IS Success Model. Information Systems Management 32(1), 39-59.
  85. & What improves citizens’ privacy perceptions toward RFID technology? A cross-country investigation using mixed method approach. International Journal of Information Management 34(6), 711-719.
  86. & Conceptualising the role of innovation: Attributes for examining consumer adoption of mobile innovations. The Marketing Review 14(4), 405-428.
  87. & Service delivery through mobile-government (mGov): Driving factors and cultural impacts. Information Systems Frontiers
  88. & Examining consumer acceptance of green innovations using innovation characteristics: A conceptual approach. International Journal of Technology Management & Sustainable Development 13(2), 135-160.
  89. & Forums for electronic government scholars: Insights from a 2012/2013 study,. Government Information Quarterly 31(2), 229-242.
  90. & SQ mGov: A Comprehensive Service-Quality Paradigm for Mobile Government. Information Systems Management 31(2), 126-142.
  91. & Business/information technology alignment for financial services: a review and synthesis of existing literature. International Journal of Business Information Systems 17(2), 221
  92. & Innovation adoption attributes: a review and synthesis of research findings. European Journal of Innovation Management 17(3), 327-348.
  93. & Factors affecting citizen adoption of transactional electronic government. Journal of Enterprise Information Management 27(4), 385-401.
  94. & The interbank mobile payment acceptance in an Indian context. International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management 8(4), 473-494.
  95. & Rogers' Innovation Adoption Attributes: A Systematic Review and Synthesis of Existing Research. Information Systems Management 31(1), 74-91.
  96. & Consumers’ Intentions to Use E-Readers. Journal of Computer Information Systems 54(2), 66-76.
  97. & Exploring Diffusion of Innovation Adoption Attributes: A Cross Disciplinary Literature Analysis. International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management 8(3), 300-328.
  98. & Investigating Factors Affecting Consumer Adoption of M-Commerce in Indian Context. International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management 8(3), 345-360.
  99. & A review and weight analysis of the predictors and linkages in electronic government adoption research. International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management 8(2), 139
  100. & Analysing factors affecting the choice of emergent human resource capital. Journal of the Operational Research Society 65(6), 935-953.
  101. & Devising a research model to examine adoption of mobile payments: An extension of UTAUT2. The Marketing Review 14(3), 310-335.
  102. & Can Marketing Strategies Enhance the Adoption of Electronic Government Initiatives?. International Journal of Electronic Government Research 10(2), 1-7.
  103. & Profiling Existing Research on Social Innovation in the Public Sector. Information Systems Management 31(3), 259-273.
  104. & RFID integrated systems in libraries: extending TAM model for empirically examining the use. Journal of Enterprise Information Management 27(6), 731-758.
  105. & Exploring Importance of Environmental Factors for Adoption of Knowledge Management Systems in Saudi Arabian Public Sector Organisations. International Journal of Electronic Government Research 9(4), 19-37.
  106. & Examining Jordanian Citizens’ Intention to Adopt Electronic Government. Electronic Government, An International Journal 10(3-4), 324-342.
  107. & An Analysis of E-Government Adoption Research from Employee Perspective. International Journal of Business Information Systems 14(4), 414-428.
  108. & Evaluating the Validity of IS Success Models for E-Government Research: An Empirical Test and Integrated Model. International Journal of Electronic Government Research 9(3), 1-22.
  109. & Global Service Quality of Business-to-Consumer Electronic-Commerce. International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management 8(1), 1-34.
  110. & A meta-analysis of the unified theory of acceptance and use of technology studies among several countries. Electronic Government, an International Journal 10(3/4), 343
  111. & An Analysis of Electronic Government Research from the Perspective of Developing Countries,. International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management 7(4), 461-527.
  112. & Mobile payment adoption: Classification and review of the extant literature,. The Marketing Review 13(2), 167-190.
  113. & Developing a conceptual model for investigating adoption of knowledge management system in Saudi Arabian public sector,. International Journal of Business Information Systems 14(2), 135-163.
  114. & A review of knowledge management research in public sector context with a specific focus on Arab countries,. International Journal of Business Information Systems 14(1)-82.
  115. & Factors influencing user adoption of Web 2.0 applications,. International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management 7(1)-71.
  116. Through the eyes of the eGov scholarly community: Perceptions of the quality of journals publishing electronic government research,. Journal of Enterprise Information Management 26(3), 207-217.
  117. & Factors contributing to successful ERP implementation in locally-owned and multinational firms in India,. International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management 6(4)-476.
  118. & Examining the influence of intermediaries in facilitating e-government adoption: An empirical investigation,. International Journal of Information Management 33(5)-725.
  119. & RFID systems in libraries: An empirical examination of factors affecting system use and user satisfaction,. International Journal of Information Management 33(2)-377.
  120. & The Effect of Knowledge Management in Enhancing the Procurement Process in the UK Healthcare Supply Chain. Information Systems Management 30(1)-49.
  121. & Citation and co-citation analysis to identify core and emerging knowledge in electronic commerce research,. Scientometrics 94(3)-1337.
  122. & Evaluating alternative theoretical models for examining citizen centric adoption of e-government,. Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy 7(1)-49.
  123. & Analysing challenges, barriers and CSF of egov adoption,. Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy 7(2)-198.
  124. & Motivations and barriers in using distributed supply chain simulation,. International Transactions in Operational Research 19(5)-751.
  125. & Innovation in communication: an actor network analysis of social websites,. International Journal of Actor-Network Theory and Technological Innovation 4(1)-51.
  126. & Theories and Theoretical Models for Examining the Adoption of E-Government Services,. e-Service Journal 8(2)-55.
  127. & Examining Adoption Behaviour of Mobile Government,. Journal of Computer Information Systems 53(2)-49.
  128. & Conceptualizing E-Inclusion in Europe: An Explanatory Study,. Information Systems Management 29(4), 305-320.
  129. & Transformational Change and Business Process Reengineering (BPR): Lessons from the British and Dutch Public Sector,. Government Information Quarterly 28(3), 320-328.
  130. & e-Government Adoption Model (GAM): Differing service maturity levels,. Government Information Quarterly 28(1), 17-35.
  131. & Moving Towards Maturity: Challenges to Successful E-government Implementation and Diffusion,. ACM SIGMIS Database 42(4), 11
  132. & Reflecting on E-Government Research,. International Journal of Electronic Government Research 7(4), 64-88.
  133. & Culture and Localization on the Web: Evidence from Multinationals in Russia and Turkey,. Journal of Electronic Commerce Research 12(1), 94-114.
  134. & Research Trends in Knowledge Management: Analyzing the Past and Predicting the Future,. Information Systems Management 28(1), 43-56.
  135. & Broadband Adoption and Usage Behavior of Malaysian Accountants,. International Journal of Electronic Government Research 7(2), 1-14.
  136. & Developing a Demographic Profile of Scholarly Community Contributing to the Electronic Government, an International Journal,. Electronic Government: An International Journal 8(2), 259-270.
  137. & What Drives a Successful Technology Implementation?. International Journal of Electronic Government Research 7(4), 46-63.
  138. & Radio Frequency Identification (RFID): Research Trends and Framework,. International Journal of Production Research 49(9), 1-27.
  139. & A profile of OR research and practice published in the Journal of the Operational Research Society,. Journal of the Operational Research Society 61(1), 82-94.
  140. & Examining the influence of service quality and secondary influence on the behavioural intention to change internet service provider,. Information Systems Frontiers 12(2), 207-217.
  141. Maturity of Supply Chain Integration within Small and Medium Size Enterprises (SMES): Lessons from the Taiwan IT Manufacturing Sector,. International Journal of Management and Enterprise Development 9(4), 325-347.
  142. & A Profile of Scholarly Community Contributing to the International Journal of Electronic Government Research,. International Journal of Electronic Government Research 6(4), 1-11.
  143. & An Analysis of Literature on Consumer Adoption and Diffusion of Information System/Information Technology/Information and Communication Technology,. International Journal of Electronic Government Research 6(4), 58-73.
  144. & Explaining factors influencing the consumer adoption of broadband,. International Journal of Business Information Systems 5(4), 393
  145. & Investigating homeworkers' inclination to remain connected to work at “anytime, anywhere” via mobile phones,. Journal of Enterprise Information Management 23(6), 759-774.
  146. & It's unwritten in the Cloud: the technology enablers for realising the promise of Cloud Computing,. Journal of Enterprise Information Management 23(6), 673-679.
  147. & A multi-disciplinary profile of IS/IT outsourcing research,. Journal of Enterprise Information Management 23(2), 215-258.
  148. & Profiling research published in the Journal of Enterprise Information Management,. Journal of Enterprise Information Management 23(1), 8-26.
  149. & Guest editorial: From implementation to adoption: Challenges to successful E-Government diffusion. Government Information Quarterly 26(1), 3-4.
  150. & Contemporary trends and issues in IT adoption and diffusion research. Journal of Information Technology 24(1), 1-10.
  151. & The Diffusion and Use of Institutional Theory: A Cross Disciplinary Longitudinal Literature Survey,. Journal of Information Technology 24(4), 354-368.
  152. & The diffusion of IP telephony and vendors’ commercialisation strategies,. Journal of Information Technology 24(1), 25-34.
  153. & Understanding the adopters and non-adopters of broadband. Communications of the ACM 52(1), 122-125.
  154. & Understanding Consumer Adoption of Broadband: An Extension of Technology Acceptance Model,. Journal of Operational Research Society 60(10), 1322-1334.
  155. & Identifying critical factors for adoption of e-government,. Electronic Government, an International Journal 6(1), 70
  156. & Homeworkers' usage of mobile phones; social isolation in the home-workplace,. Journal of Enterprise Information Management 22(3), 257-274.
  157. & Managing consumer adoption of broadband: examining drivers and barriers,. Industrial Management & Data Systems 109(3), 357-369.
  158. & Global megatrends and the web the web: convergence of globalization, networks and innovation,. ACM SIGMIS Database 40(4), 14
  159. & Profiling a decade of Information Systems Frontiers’ research,. Information Systems Frontiers 11(1), 87-102.
  160. & Implementing e-government in Sri Lanka: Lessons from the UK,. Information Technology for Development 15(3), 171-192.
  161. An analysis of e-Government research published in Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy,. Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy 3(1), 7-15.
  162. & Profile of IS research published in the European Journal of Information Systems. European Journal of Information Systems 17(6), 678-693.
  163. & The Beginnings of a New Era: Time to Reflect on 17 Years of the ISJ,. Information Systems Journal 18(1), 5-21.
  164. & Understanding Factors Affecting Consumer Adoption of Broadband in India,. Journal of Cases on Information Technology 10(3), 35-47.
  165. & Profiling Electronic Commerce Research Published in the Journal of Electronic Commerce Research (JECR),. Journal of Electronic Commerce Research 8(2), 77-91.
  166. & Guest Editorial: A profile of adoption of Information & Communication Technologies (ICT) research in the household context. Information Systems Frontiers 10(4), 385-390.
  167. & Investigating homeworkers' usage of mobile phones for overcoming feelings of professional isolation,. International Journal of Mobile Communications 6(4), 481
  168. & Realising transformational stage e-government: a UK local authority perspective,. Electronic Government, An International Journal 5(2), 162-180.
  169. & A practitioner perspective on drivers of employee loyalty,. International Journal of Human Resources Development and Management 7(3/4), 276
  170. & Evaluation of investment for enterprise application integration technology in healthcare organisations: a cost-benefit approach,. International Journal of Electronic Healthcare 3(4), 453
  171. & E-Government Implementation in Zambia: Contributing Factors,. Government: An International Journal 4(4), 484-508.
  172. & Consumer adoption and usage of broadband in Bangladesh,. Electronic Government: An International Journal 4(3), 299-313.
  173. & Conceptualising the relationship between integration needs and integrations technologies adoption: comparing cases of SMEs with a large organisation,. International Journal of Management and Enterprise Development 4(4), 459
  174. & Examining the Factors Affecting the Adoption of Broadband in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,. Electronic Government: An International Journal 4(1), 43-58.
  175. & Web-Based Implementation of the Personalised System of Instruction,. International Journal of Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies 2(1), 39-69.
  176. & Broadband impact on household consumers: online habits and time allocation patterns on daily life activities,. International Journal of Mobile Communications 5(2), 225
  177. & Socio-economic determinants of broadband adoption,. Industrial Management & Data Systems 107(5), 654-671.
  178. & Examining the socio-economic determinants of adoption of the 'Government Gateway' initiative in the UK. Electronic Government, an International Journal 3(4), 404
  179. & Development of a survey instrument to examine consumer adoption of broadband,. Industrial Management & Data Systems 106(5), 700-718.

Books

  1. & Electronic Word of Mouth (eWOM) in the Marketing Context.
  2. & Mobile Marketing Channel: Online Consumer Behavior. Springer.
  3. & (Eds.). Social Media: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.
  4. & Success and Failure of IS/IT Projects.
  5. & (Eds.). Public Administration Reformation: Market Demand from Public Organizations [EDITED BOOK],. New York: Routledge.
  6. & (Eds.). Grand Successes and Failures in IT. Public and Private Sectors [EDITED BOOK],. Springer.
  7. & (Eds.). Transformational Government Through eGov Practice: Socioeconomic, Cultural, and Technological Issues [EDITED BOOK],. Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
  8. & (Eds.). Information Systems Theory: Explaining and Predicting Our Digital Society [EDITED BOOK],. USA: Springer.
  9. & (Eds.). Stakeholder Adoption of E-Government Services: Driving and Resisting Factors [EDITED BOOK],. USA: Information Science Reference, IGI Global.
  10. (Eds.). Adoption, Usage, and Global Impact of Broadband Technologies.
  11. & (Eds.). Handbook of Research on Advances in Health Informatics and Electronic Healthcare Applications: Global Adoption and Impact of Information Communication Technologies [EDITED BOOK],. IGI Global.
  12. & (Eds.). Handbook of Research on ICT-Enabled Transformational Government.
  13. & (Eds.). Handbook of Research on Overcoming Digital Divides: Constructing an Equitable and Competitive Information Society [EDITED BOOK],. IGI Global.
  14. & Proliferation of the Internet Economy: E-Commerce for Global Adoption, Resistance, and Cultural Evolution [AUTHORED BOOK],. Information Science Reference, IGI Global.
  15. & (Eds.). Handbook of Research on Contemporary Theoretical Models in Information System [EDITED BOOK],. USA: Information Science Reference, IGI Global.
  16. & (Eds.). E-Government Development and Diffusion: Inhibitors and Facilitators of Digital Democracy [EDITED BOOK],. USA: Information Science Reference, IGI Global.
  17. Consumer Adoption and Usage of Broadband [AUTHORED BOOK],. IRM Press-IGI Global.
  18. & (Eds.). Handbook of Research on Global Diffusion of Broadband Data Transmission [EDITED BOOK],. USA: Information Science Reference, IGI Global.

Book Chapters

  1. & Toward an Understanding of the Evolution of IFIP WG 8.6 Research [BOOK CHAPTER],. In Human Benefit through the Diffusion of Information Systems Design Science Research. (pp. 225-242).

Other Research Outputs

  1. & (2015). Digital India Programme: An Exemplary Initiative of Public Administration Reformation. (Yojana – A Developmental Monthly No. 59). New Delhi: Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India.
  2. & (2013). E-Government: Opportunities and Challenges. (Yojana – A Developmental Monthly). New Delhi: Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India.
  3. & (2013). ICT Enabled Health Care Delivery and Management: Challenges and Career Opportunities [News Article],. (Employment News,). : Publication Division, Ministry of I&B, Government of India.
  4. (2012). We use Facebook, but why not electronic government? Is There a Silver Bullet for Promoting Adoption of Electronic Services? [News Article],. (Western Mail).
  5. & (2012). E-Government: Challenges And Opportunities [News Article]. (Employment News,). : Publication Division, Ministry of I&B, Government of India.