Yili Hong

Assistant Professor
Faculty
TEMPE Campus
Mailcode
4606
Assistant Professor
Faculty
TEMPE Campus
Mailcode
4606

Biography

Yili (Kevin) Hong is an Assistant Professor and co-director of the Digital Society Initiative in the Department of Information Systems at the W. P. Carey School of Business of Arizona State University. He obtained his Ph.D. in Business Administration at the Fox School of Business, Temple University. Dr. Hongs research focuses on areas of the Sharing Economy, Online Platforms and User-generated Content. His research has been published in premier journals such as Information Systems ResearchManagement Information Systems QuarterlyManagement ScienceJournal of the Association for Information Systems and Journal of Consumer Psychology. Dr. Hong is the winner of the ACM SIGMIS Best Dissertation Award and runner-up of the INFORMS ISS Nunamaker-Chen Dissertation Award. His papers have won best paper awards at the International Conference on Information SystemsHawaii International Conference of System Sciences and the America's Conference on Information Systems. He is an external research scientist for a number of companies, including Freelancer, Fits.me, Yamibuy, Meishi, Picmonic and Ports America.

Education

  • PhD  Temple University, 2014;
  • BA  Management, Beijing Foreign Studies University, 2009
  • BA  English, Beijing Foreign Studies University, 2009

Research Interests

Sharing economy, user-generated content, electronic commerce

Publications

Chen, P., Hong, Y., and Liu, Y. (2017). "The Value of Multi-dimensional Rating Systems: Evidence from a Natural Experiment and Randomized Experiments," Management Science, forthcoming. Download

Fu, D., Hong, Y., Wang, K. and Fan, W. (2017). "Effects of Membership Tier on User Content Generation Behaviors: Evidence from Online Reviews," Electronic Commerce Research, forthcoming. Download.

Hong, Y., and Pavlou, P. A. (2017). "On Buyer Selection of Service Providers in Online Outsourcing Platforms for IT Services," Information Systems Research, Article in Advance. Download.

Huang, N., Hong, Y., and Burtch, G. (2017). "Social Network Integration and User Content Generation: Evidence from Natural Experiments," MIS Quarterly, forthcoming. Download.

Burtch, G.,  Hong, Y., Bapna, R., and Griskevicius, V. (2017). "Stimulating Online Reviews by Combining Financial Incentives and Social Norms," Management Science, Article in Advance. Download

Hong, Y., Pavlou, P. A., Shi, N., and Wang, K. (2017). "On the Role of Fairness and Social Distance in Designing Effective Social Referral Systems," MIS Quarterly  41(3), pp. 787-809. Download

Hong, Y., Huang, N., Burtch, G., and Li, C. (2016). "Culture, Conformity and Emotional Suppression in Online Reviews," Journal of the Association for Information Systems 17(11), pp. 308–329. Download

Huang, N., Burtch, G., Hong, Y., and Polman, E. (2016). "Effects of Multiple Psychological Distances on Construal and Consumer Evaluation: A Field Study of Online Reviews," Journal of Consumer Psychology 26(4), pp. 474–482. Download

Hong, Y., Wang, C. and Pavlou, P. A. (2016). “Comparing Open and Sealed Bid Auctions: Evidence from Online Labor Markets,” Information Systems Research 27(1), pp. 49-69. Download

Hong, Y. and Pavlou, P. A. (2014). “Product Fit Uncertainty in Online Markets: Nature, Effects, and Antecedents,” Information Systems Research 25(2), pp. 328-344. Download

Dimoka, A., Hong, Y. and Pavlou, P. A. (2012). “On Product Uncertainty in Online Markets: Theory and Evidence,” MIS Quarterly 32(3), pp. 395-426. Download

Wang, S., Hong, Y., Archer, N., and Wang, Y. (2011) "Modeling the Success of Small and Medium Sized Online Vendors in Business to Business Electronic Marketplaces in China: A Motivation – Capability Framework," Journal of Global Information Management 19(4), pp. 45–75. Download.

 

 

Courses

Spring 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
CIS 360Business Database Concepts
Spring 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
CIS 360Business Database Concepts
Spring 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
CIS 315Intro Business Data Analytics
CIS 360Business Database Concepts

Honors/Awards

  • W. P. Carey Faculty Research Award (2017)
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation "Future of Work" Grant (2017)
  • Best Paper Award, Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (2017)
  • NET Institute Grant (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017)
  • Outstanding Teaching Award, Department of Information Systems, Arizona State University
  • ACM SIGMIS Doctoral Dissertation Award (winner), Association for Computing Machinery and Association for Information Systems (2014)
  • ISS Nunamaker-Chen Dissertation Award (runner-up), INFORMS Information Systems Society (2014)
  • Best Conference Paper (nomination), International Conference on Information Systems (2014)
  • Best Dissertation Award (first place), Fox School of Business, Temple University (2014)
  • Doctoral Consortium Member, International Conference on Information Systems (2013)
  • Best Teaching Award, Temple University (2013)
  • Best Conference Paper (runner-up), International Conference on Information Systems (2012)
  • Best Conference Paper (runner-up), America's Conference on Information Systems (2012)

 

Work History

Arizona State University: 2014-present.