Analytics & Information Systems Department
Ph.D. in MIS, University of Houston, 1993.
Dr. Lou's main research interests include adoption of interactive technologies, electronic commerce, global sourcing. His publications have appeared in the Journal of Association for Information Systems, European Journal of Information Systems, Communication of Association for Information Systems, Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, Journal of Information Systems Resource Management, Journal of End-User Computing, and Journal of Global Information Management.
Teaching fellow at the National Center for Industrial and Scientific Management at Dalian (NCISMD), China.
Ma, X.; Lou, H; Van Slyke, C.; Clary, G. (2020). “Concern for Information Privacy and Online Purchase in China," in AIS Transactions on Replication Research, Vol 6 (1), 2020.
Wang, V; Wu, Y. and Lou, H (2020). “Hispanic Humor Styles on Facebook: An Analytical Study," in International Journal of E-Business Research (IJEBR), 16(1), January-March, pp. 60-73.
Chen, Dongyu; Lou, Hao; and Van Slyke, Craig (2015) "Toward an Understanding of Online Lending Intentions: Evidence from a Survey in China," Communications of the Association for Information Systems: Vol. 36, Article 17.
Van Slyke, C., V. Ilie, H. Lou, and T. Stafford (2007). “Perceived Critical Mass and the Adoption of a Communication Technology,” European Journal of Information Systems (EJIS), 16(3), 270-283, July 2007.
Li, D., P. Chau, and H. Lou (2005), “Understanding Individual Adoption of Instant Messaging: An Empirical Investigation,” Journal of Association for Information Systems (JAIS), 6(4), 102-129, April 2005.
Lou, H., W. Luo and D. Strong (2000). “Perceived Critical Mass Effect on Groupware Acceptance,” European Journal of Information Systems (EJIS), 9(2), 91-103.