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WU Bing
WU Bing

Associate Professor

Department: Management Science and Engineering

ww_bing@163.com

Research Field: Business Intelligence, Knowledge Management, E-Learning, Management Information System

  • 2002-2005: Ph.D. in Information Management and Information System, Tongji University
  • 2000-2002: Master in System Engineering, Southeast University
  • 1992-1996: Bachelor in Automatic Control, Southeast University

Teaching Positions

  • 2005-Now: School of Economics and Management, Tongji University

International Experience

  • 2010-2011 Visiting Scholar in Department of MIS, Eller Business School, Arizona University, USA

TEACHING INTERESTS

  • Management Information System
  • ERP
  • Logistics Information System
  • Knowledge Management

RESEARCH

Sponsored Research Projects

  • Chinese National Social Science Fund “Thirteenth Five-Year Plan” education topic (BFA180064)
  • Shanghai Philosophy and Social Sciences Project (2016BGL002)
  • Shanghai pujiang talent Subsydies,2013-2015
  • “Research on Evolution of E-Learning behavior evolution via SNS enterprise knowledge community”, National Natural Science Fund Project, 2011-2014

Selected Publications

Papers

  • Wu Bing, Zhou Yannan. The Impact of MOOC Instructor Group Diversity on Review Volume and Rating— Coursera Specialization as an Example. IEEE Access, June, 2020.
  • Wu Bing, Gong Chunyu. Impact of Open Innovation Communities on Enterprise Innovation Performance: A System Dynamics Perspective. SUSTAINABILITY, Sep. 2019, 11(17)
  • Wu Bing. Patient Continued Use of Online Health Care Communities: Web Mining of Patient-Doctor Communication. Journal of Medical Internet Research, Apr. 2018, 20(4), Art no. e126
  • Wu Bing, Chen Xiaohui. Continuance intention to use MOOCs: Integrating the technology acceptance model (TAM) and task technology fit (TTF) model. Computers in Human Behavior, Feb. 2017, 67:221-232
  • Wu Bing. Identifying the Influential Factors of Knowledge Sharing in E-Learning 2.0 Systems. International Journal of Enterprise Information Systems, Jan. 2016, 12(1)
  • Wu Bing, et al. The impact of individual attributes on knowledge diffusion in web forums. QUALITY & QUANTITY, Nov. 2015, 49(6):2221-2236
  • Wu Bing. Empirical study on continuance intentions towards E-Learning 2.0 systems. Behaviour& Information Technology. 2014,33(10)
  • Member of CNAIS Council
  • AIS/INFORMS Member

Instructor of Shanghai Excellent Course "Management Information System"

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