Min-Seok Pang is an Associate Professor of Management Information Systems and Milton F. Stauffer Research Fellow at Fox School of Business, Temple University. He serves as an Associate Editor at MIS Quarterly. He has received a B.S. in Industrial Engineering and an M.S. in Management from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) and holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration from University of Michigan. His research interests include strategic management of information technology in the public sector and technology-enabled public policies. His research has published in Management Science, MIS Quarterly, and Information Systems Research. He received an AIS Best Information Systems Publication Award, a Best Published Paper Award from Information Systems Research, and an Outstanding Reviewer of the Year Award from MIS Quarterly. He teaches Information Technology Management for Fox MBA programs.
- Tae, C.J., Pang, M.-S., and Greenwood, B.N. (2019) “When Your Problem Becomes My Problem: The Impact of Airline IT Disruptions on On-Time Performance of Competing Airlines,” Strategic Management Journal, forthcoming.
- Cheng, A.Z., Pang, M.-S., and Pavlou, P.A. (2019) “Mitigating Traffic Congestion: The Role of Intelligent Transportation Systems,” Information Systems Research, forthcoming.
- Pang, M.-S. (2017) “Politics and Information Technology Investments in the U.S. Federal Government in 2003-2016,” Information Systems Research (28:1) pp.3345.
- Pang, M.-S., Tafti, A., and Krishnan, M.S. (2016) “Do CIO IT Budgets Explain Bigger or Smaller Governments? – Theory and Evidence from U.S. State Governments,” Management Science (62:4) pp. 1020-1041.
- Pang, M.-S., Tafti, A., and Krishnan, M.S. (2014) “Information Technology and Administrative Efficiency in U.S. State Governments – A Stochastic Frontier Approach,” MIS Quarterly (38:4) pp. 1079-1101.
Awards and Honors
Association for the Information Systems
- Association for the Information Systems (AIS) Best Information Information Systems Publication Award of 2017 – “Politics and Information Technology Investments in the U.S. Federal Government in 2003-2016,” Information Systems Research (sole-authored article)
Information Systems Research
- Best Published Paper Award of 2017- “Politics and Information Technology Investments in the U.S. Federal Government in 2003-2016“
- Outstanding Reviewer of the Year Award 2015
International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)
- Outstanding Associate Editor Award 2017
- Temple President Englert mentions my research on police technology in his State of the University Address on Sep. 29, 2016
- Milton F. Stauffer Research Fellow, 2018 – current
- Fox School of Business Dean’s Research Honor Roll – Top Researchers in July 2013 – June 2015
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
- Ross School of Business, Doctoral Studies Fellowship, 2006 – 2011
- Information Systems Executive Forum (ISEF) Fellowship, 2006 – 2011
- Gilbert and Ruth Whitaker Fellowship, 2011
- Robert D. and Janet E. Neary Fellowship, 2009
- Rackham Conference Travel Grant, 2007 – 2010
In the News
- The New York Times Magazine, “Should We See Everything a Cop Sees?,” Oct. 18, 2016
- The Wall Street Journal Law Blog, “Study Links Police Bodycams to Increase in Shooting Deaths,” Aug. 12, 2016
- Computerworld, “Cobol Plays Major Role in U.S. Government Breaches,” Mar. 16, 2017
- Computerworld, “Politics Blamed for Feds’ Reliance on Old IT,” Aug. 3, 2016
- Computerworld, “$1 Spent on State Government Tech Saves $3.50, Study Finds,” Dec. 24, 2014
- Federal Computer Week, “Study Pegs Security Benefits of New IT Spending,” Apr. 10, 2017
- Federal Computer Week, “Politics Blamed for Feds’ Reliance on Old IT,” Dec. 9, 2016
- Federal Computer Week, “Fed IT Suffers under Divided Government,” Nov. 1, 2016
- Nextgov, “MGT Act Looks Promising But…,” Jun. 8, 2017 Cyberscoop, “Legacy IT Makes Federal Agencies Less Secure, Study Says,” Mar. 20, 2017
- San Antonio Express-News, “Hurd Leading Effort to Modernize Government Computers,” May 16, 2017
- Inside Higher Ed, “Is a Gun the Only Option?,” Sep. 19, 2017
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Information Technology Management (Part-Time MBA Core) Recent Evaluation Average – 4.80 / 5.0 (4.94 in Spring 2018)
- Managing Information in the Enterprise (Executive MBA) Recent Evaluation Average – 4.59 / 5.0
- MIS Doctoral Seminar (Economic Research on Strategic Management of IT)
- Strategic Management of Information Technology (Undergraduate Elective for MIS Majors and Minors) Recent Evaluation Average – 4.56 / 5.0
- Data Science (Undergraduate General Education – Science and Technology Area) Recent Evaluation Average – 4.49 / 5.0
School of Business, George Mason University
- Management and Control of Information Systems
- Introduction to Business Information Systems
Strategic IT Management in the Public Sector; Technology-Enabled Public Policies
- ‘Verified’ social media users are responsible for much fake news dissemination
- How governments can benefit from sharing IT systems
- How ridesharing can deter sexual assault
- "“Society can fall apart:” the very real consequences of fake news," KYW Newsradio In Depth, Dec. 26, 2021.
- "Study shows verified users are among biggest culprits when it comes to sharing fake news," Temple News, Nov. 11, 2021.
- "Verification Badges May Actually Encourage Users to Post Fake News, Study Finds," Gizmodo, Nov. 11, 2021.
- "Gopuff and Uber’s recent partnership is being scrutinized by the FTC. Here’s why.," Technical.ly Philly, Aug. 16, 2021.