Faculty Biography

Jing Zhang

Jing Zhang

Associate Professor of Management
Graduate School of Management
Clark University
Worcester, MA 01610-1477

Phone: 508-793-7102
Email: jizhang@clarku.edu
Curriculum Vitae for Dr. Zhang


Ph.D. State University of New York at Albany

Research Interests

Management Information Systems
Knowledge management
Interorganizational knowledge sharing and networking
Organizational impact of technology and innovation.

Teaching Courses

Management Information Systems
Database Management Systems
Knowledge Management
System Analysis and Design

Key Publications and Presentations

Edited Book: Zhang, J., Luna-Reyes, L.F., Pardo, T.A. and Sayogo D.S. (eds) (2016) Information, Models, and Sustainability: Policy Informatics in the Age of Big Data and Open Government. Springer.

Edited Volume: Zhang, J., Kim, Y. (2015) "Digital Government and Wicked Problems: Climate Change, Urbanization, and Inequality." The Proceedings of the 16th Annual International Digital Government Research Conference." ACM International Conference Proceedings Series. ISBN: 978-1-4503-3600-0. Phoenix, Arizona, US, May 27-30, 2015.

Zhang, J., Liu, H., Sayogo, D., Picazo-Vela, S., Luna-Reyes, L.F. (2016) "Strengthening Institutional-Based Trust for Sustainable Consumption: Lessons for Smart Disclosure," Government Information Quarterly

Zhang, J., Sayogo, D., Tayi, G., Luna-Reyes, L.F. (2016) "Challenges for developing interoperable data architechure to support sustainable consumption and sustainable supply chains." In H. Jarman & L.F. Luna-Reyes (eds.), Private Data and Public Value: Governance, Green Consumption, and Sustainable Supply Chain. Springer.

Sayogo, D., Zhang, J., Luna-Reyes, L.F., Jarman, H., Tayi, G., Andersen D.L., Pardo, T., & Andersen, D.F.  (2015) "Challenges and requirements for developing data architechure supporting integration of sustainable supply chains." Information and Technology Management, vol 16 (1), 5-18.

Weijia Ran, Holly Jarman, Luis F. Luna-Reyes, Jing Zhang, Deborah Andersen, Giri Tayi, Djoko S. Sayogo, Joanne Luciano, Theresa Pardo, David Andersen (2015) In Zhang J, Luna-Reyes, L.F., Pardo T.A., Sayogo D.S. (eds) Information, Models, and Sustainability: Policy Informatics in the Age of Big Data and Open Government. Springer Series in Public Administration and Information Technology.

Joanne S. Luciano, Djoko Sayogo, Weijia Ran, Nicolau Depaula, Holly Jarman, Luis Luna-Reyes, Giri Tayi, Jing Zhang, Jana Hrdinova, Deborah Lines Andersen, David F. Andersen, and Theresa Pardo. Using Ontologies to Develop and Test a Certificiation and Inspection Data Infrastructure Building Block, In H. Jarman & L.F. Luan-Reyes (eds), Private Data and Public Value: Governance, Green Consumption, and Sustainable Supply Chain. Springer. 

Zhang, J., & Faerman, R. S. (2007) Distributed leadership in the development of a knowledge sharing system. European Journal of Information Systems, 16, 479-493.

Seol, I. & Zhang, J. (2007) “Accounting Students’ Preferences in the Classroom Performance Evaluation System: Online vs. Traditional.” Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences, 15(2), 72-81.

Zhang, J., & Dawes, S. S. (2006) Expectations and perceptions of the benefits and barriers of knowledge sharing and the successes in public sector knowledge networks, Public Performance and Management Review, 29(4), 433-465.

Pardo, T. A., Cresswell, A. M., Thompson, F., & Zhang, J. (2006) Knowledge Sharing in Cross-Boundary Information System Development in Public Sector. Information Technology & Management, 7, 295-315.

Zhang, J., Dawes, S. S., & Sarkis, J. (2005) Exploring stakeholders' expectations of the benefits and barriers of E-Government knowledge sharing, Journal of Enterprise Information Management, 18(5), 548-567.

Zhang, J., Pardo, T. A., & Sarkis, J. (2005) MACROS: A case study of knowledge sharing system development within New York State government agencies. Journal of Cases on Information Technology, 7(4), 106-127.

Luna-Reyes, L. F., Zhang, J., Gil-García, J. R., & Cresswell, A. M. (2005). Information Systems Development as Emergent Socio-Technical Change: A Practice Approach. European Journal of Information Systems, 14, 93-105.