Min-Seok Pang

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Min-Seok Pang

  • Fox School of Business and Management

    • Management Information Systems

      • Associate Professor

      • Stauffer Research Fellow


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.

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Research Interests

  • IT business value in the public sector
  • Public sector IT governance and management
  • Impact of politics on IT investments and management
  • The role and impact of technology in public policies
  • Societal impacts of technologies

Courses Taught




MIS 4596

Information Systems Integration


MIS 4596

Managing Enterprise Cybersecurity


BA 9683

Research Project I


BA 9783

Research Project II


BA 9801

Understanding the Firm through Management and Organizational Theory


BA 9883

Research Project III


MIS 9003

Foundations of Electronic Commerce Research


Selected Publications


  • Pang, M. & Lee, G. (2022). The Impact of IT Decision-Making Authority on IT Project Performance in the U.S. Federal Government. MIS Quarterly, 46(3), 1759-1776. MIS Research Center. Retrieved from https://aisel.aisnet.org/misq/vol46/iss3/21/.

  • Pang, M. (2022). Seeing Is Believing? How Including a Video in Fake News Influences Users’ Reporting of the Fake News to Social Media Platforms. MIS Quarterly, 46(3), 1323-1354. MIS Research Center. Retrieved from https://aisel.aisnet.org/misq/vol46/iss3/6/.

  • Wang, S.A., Pang, M., & Pavlou, P.A. (2021). Cure or Poison? Identity Verification and the Posting of Fake News on Social Media. Journal of Management Information Systems, 38(4), 1011-1038. Informa UK Limited. doi: 10.1080/07421222.2021.1990615.

  • Park, J., Pang, M., Kim, J., & Lee, B. (2021). The deterrent effect of ride-sharing on sexual assault and investigation of situational contingencies. Information Systems Research, 32(2), 497-516. doi: 10.1287/ISRE.2020.0978.

  • Chen, M., Pang, M., & Kumar, S. (2021). Do you have a room for us in your it? an economic analysis of shared it services and implications for it industries. MIS Quarterly: Management Information Systems, 45(1), 225-268. doi: 10.25300/MISQ/2021/15573.

  • Lee, G. & Pang, M. (2021). How are service automation and national ICT development associated with international trade in services? Information Technology for Development. doi: 10.1080/02681102.2021.1997881.

  • Cheng, Z.A., Pang, M., & Pavlou, P.A. (2020). Mitigating Traffic Congestion: The Role of Intelligent Transportation Systems. Information Systems Research, 31(3), 653-674. Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS). doi: 10.1287/isre.2019.0894.

  • Tae, C., Pang, M., & Greenwood, B. (2020). When your problem becomes my problem: The impact of airline IT disruptions on on-time performance of competing airlines. Strategic Management Journal, 41(2), 246-266. doi: 10.1002/smj.3090.

  • Pang, M. & Pavlou, P. (2019). On information technology and the safety of police officers. Decision Support Systems, 127. doi: 10.1016/j.dss.2019.113143.