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Prof. Paul Benjamin LOWRY

Innovation and Information Management


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Prof. Paul Benjamin LOWRY

Academic and Professional Qualifications

  • Ph.D. in Management Information Systems, University of Arizona
  • MBA, Marriott School of Management, Brigham Young University
  • B.S., Information Management, Brigham Young University


Professor Lowry has published nearly 200 articles, with 90+ journal articles in MIS Quarterly, Information System Research, J. of Management Information Systems, J. of the AIS, Information Systems J., European J. of Information Systems, IJHCS, JASIST, I&M, CACM, DSS, and others. His h-index is 32 and his i-10 index is 63. Professor is the co-editor-in-Chief of AIS-Transactions on HCI. He is an SE at Journal of the AIS and Decision Sciences. He serves as an AE at Information Systems J.European J. of IS, and Information & Management. He has also served as an ICIS, ECIS, and PACIS track chair in various security/privacy tracks.

Research Interests

  • Organizational and behavioral security/privacy issues
  • Deviant computer and social media behavior
  • Human-computer interaction and decision sciences
  • E-commerce and supply chains
  • Scientometrics

Honours / Awards

  • Professor Lowry was ranked the top (1st by normal count) IS scholar in the world for publishing in the top-6 journals and ranked 3rd for the top-4 journals—all between 2011–2015
  • For the 10-year period between 2006–2015, he was ranked 5th for the top-6 journals and 7th for the top-4 journals
  • Brigham Young University Young Faculty Scholar Award, August 2006–August 2009

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