Prof. Dr. Steffi Haag
Assistant Professorship of Information Systems
Steffi Haag completed her Bachelor’s degree in Business Studies at FAU in Nuremberg and her Master’s degree in Finance & Information Management at Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, where she subsequently worked as a research associate at the Chair of Business Administration, esp. Information Systems and Information Management. After working at the University of Jyväskylä in Finland and TU Darmstadt and periods spent conducting research at at the universities of Louisiana (LSU) and Colorado (CU) in the USA, she was appointed Assistant Professor of Information Systems at FAU in September 2018.
Prof. Haag’s research focuses on the tension between digital innovation and cybersecurity. In these fields, she carries out research in studies relating to the use of shadow IT or the design of user experience in business, mostly in the context of finance or insurance.
Geschäftsmodelle digitaler Zwillinge
Wiesbaden: Springer Vieweg, 2020
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The Acceptance of Justifications among Shadow IT Users and Nonusers - An Empirical Analysis
In: Information & Management 56 (2019), p. 731-741
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Who is to blame? How too much information threatens users' IS continuance - an experimental analysis
26th European Conference on Information Systems (Portsmouth, 23. June 2018 - 28. June 2018)
Digital Twins - An Explorative Case Study of Business Models
In: HMD : Praxis der Wirtschaftsinformatik 55 (2018), p. 297 - 311
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In: Business & Information Systems Engineering 59 (2017), p. 469 - 473
Literature Reviews in IS Research: What Can Be Learnt from the Past and Other Fields?
In: Communications of the Association for Information Systems 41 (2017), p. 759 - 774
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Shadow IT - Insights from Multiple Research Perspectives (Dissertation, 2016)
Security-related stress - A neglected construct in information systems stress literature
24th European Conference on Information Systems, ECIS 2016 (Istanbul, 12. June 2016 - 15. June 2016)