Zhiqiang (Eric) Zheng, associate professor in the Department of Information Systems and Operations
Management at the School of Management, University of Texas at Dallas.
Prior to joining UTD in Fall 2006, he was an assistant professor in the
He received his Ph.D. in information systems from the Department of
Operations and Information Management at the
His current research interests include Business Analytics (healthcare analytics, social media analytics and financial analytics), IT innovation and IT standards. He currently serves on the editorial board of Information Systems Research and Informs Journal on Computing as an AE.
A vita is available at My Vita.
Classes Taught in Recent Years: Business Intelligence Software and techniques (MIS6324) , Advanced Business Intelligence (MIS6334), Ph.D Seminar in Econometrics Analysis (MIS7420)
Previous Classes: E-Commerce, database Systems, Systems Analysis and Design, Data Mining and Introduction to MIS.
“From Business Intelligence to Competitive Intelligence: Inferring Competitive Measures Using Augmented Site-Centric Data", Zheng, Z., Fader, P., Padmanabhan, B. Information Systems research, 20(3), 698-720. 2012.
“Toward a Causal Interpretation from Observational Data: A New Bayesian Networks Method for Structural Models with Latent Variables”, Zheng, Z., Pavlou, P. Information Systems research, 21 (2), 2010, pp. 365-391. Methodological Research Note.
“A Model of Search Intermediaries and Paid Referrals”, Weber, T., Zheng, Z. Information Systems Research 18 (4), pp.414-436, 2007.
“Selectively Acquiring Customer Information: A New Data Acquisition Problem and an Active Learning Based Solution”, Zheng, Z., B. Padmanabhan. Management Science, 52(5), pp. 697-712, 2006.
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