Jake London

Assistant Professor of Information Systems

Contact

410-617-2721
Sellinger Hall 309
jlondon1@loyola.edu

Academic Degrees

Ph D, (Expected Dec 2018) Clemson University
MBA, Augusta University
BS, University of Georgia

Representative Publications

London, J., Matthews, K., & Grover, V. (2017). On Meaning and Measurement: A Review of Content Validity in IS. AMCIS 2017 Proceedings.

Jiang, D., Jiang, L., London, J., Grover, V., & Sun, H. (2016). Taking Ownership of Borrowed Theories: The Case of Transaction Cost Theory. ICIS 2016 Proceedings.

Grover, V., London, J., & Craig, K. (2016). A Historical Observation of the Intellectual and Institutional Structures of the Field. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 38(1).

London, J., & Sun, H. (2015). Information Leakage as Diagnostic Communication. International Conference on Information Systems SIGBPS 2015 Workshop on Business Processes and Services.

Sun, H., Luo, F., London, J., & Jiao, X. (2014). Fashionable Technology, Fashion Waves, and Post-Adoption Regret and Satisfaction. ICIS 2014 Proceedings.