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IJIIS: International Journal of Informatics and Information Systems
Published by Bright Publisher
ISSN : -     EISSN : 25797069     DOI : https://doi.org/10.47738/ijiis
Core Subject : Science,
The IJIIS is an international journal that aims to encourage comprehensive, multi-specialty informatics and information systems. The Journal publishes original research articles and review articles. It is an open access journal, with free access for each visitor (ijiis.org/index.php/IJIIS/); meanwhile we have set up a robust online platform and use an online submission system to ensure the international visibility and the rigid peer review process. The journal staff is committed to a quick turnaround time both in regards to peer-review and time to publication.
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Cyber Democracy Versus Controlling Shareholders: The Implications of E-Voting System for Corporate Governance Yang, Kuo-Pin
International Journal of Informatics and Information Systems Vol 2, No 3: December 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47738/ijiis.v2i3.97

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Based on the ideology of cyber democracy, Taiwan government has just begun to require the publicly-listed companies to implement the practice of e-voting system in stockholder meetings since 2012. One of the objectives of this mandate is to promote stockholder's activism to rectify the phenomenon of excess control associated with controlling shareholders, who dominate the boards of directors but own disproportionate ownership, to comply with the principle of one-share-one-vote. Though with good intention, the effectiveness of the e-voting system remains a question, given that it has been implemented only for a short period of time. In addition, the function of some auxiliary practices to supplement e-voting system such as director nomination also needs to be tested. This study proposes three hypotheses regarding the relationships among e-voting, board nomination, excess control, and firm performance. Using the data of 829 Taiwanese publicly-listed companies across the time period between 2012 and 2014, this study finds that the separate adoption of e-voting and board nomination increases the level of excess control and is, thus, detrimental to firm performance. On the other hand, the simultaneous adoption of the two practices can significantly decrease the level of excess control of controlling shareholders, which, in turn, contributes to firm performance. The findings bring important implications to corporate governance and policy formulation of the administration.
Effects of Player's Participation Patterns on Economic Performance of Entertainment Shopping Website Li, Jin; Tso, Kwok Fai
International Journal of Informatics and Information Systems Vol 2, No 3: December 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47738/ijiis.v2i1.87

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Online pay-per-bid auction is a new entertainment shoppingformat with a mechanism that integrates the characteristics of traditional e-commerce, online auctions, lotteries and games. Previous researches have shown this auction format possesses high variances and uncertainties. However, research on the players' participation patterns and performance is rare. In this study, we attempt to study how players' participation patterns can affect both their own and websites' performance. An empirical study with data collected from an online pay-per-development website with 5,650players' participation behavior is performed. Particularly, the role of players preference is also explored through a cluster analysis of their historical participations. Multiple linear regression models and regression models with beta distributions are used for hypothesis testing. Findings confirm that players participation performance and websites revenue strongly associated with the players participation patterns. The results show that (1) players with longer lifetime perform better and contribute more revenue to the website; (2) players participating in more auctions show worse performance and websites obtain more revenue from them; and (3) players with a strong preference behave more irrationally and website benefits more from them. Both theoretical and managerial implications are discussed.
Electronic Banking in Opinion of Young Customers in Poland Wyslocka, Elzbieta; Jelonek, Dorota
International Journal of Informatics and Information Systems Vol 2, No 3: December 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47738/ijiis.v2i1.88

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The paper presents theories regarding the characteristics of consumer behavior of young customers on the basis of relevant literature and development of electronic banking in the world and in Poland. Then the methodology of conducted study and results have been described. At the end there is a summary, which presents recommendations for both practitioners and academics. Aim of this article is to determine the attitude of young consumers towards electronic banking based on a survey among the group of selected students. This seems especially important because current young consumers are increasingly better educated and are able to determine their needs very precisely. They access information quickly which enable them to determine whether the offer meets their expectations-banking services are no exception. Results of studies may help both the bank management to formulate marketing strategies to promote virtual banking and scientists in the study of virtual banks and virtual organizations in general.
A Classification of Internet Pornographic Images Srisa-an, Chetneti
International Journal of Informatics and Information Systems Vol 2, No 3: December 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47738/ijiis.v2i3.96

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According to Pornography Statistics,more than 34 percent of Internet users exposeto pornography. There are 12 percent of the total number of websites and 72 million monthly visitors.Internet pornography (Internet Porn) is addictive to teenagers and kids around the world. The normal practice is to block those websites or filter out pornographyfrom kids.In order to do so, researchers has to find a way to detect and classify first. The pixel features including YCbCr range, area of human skin are chosen as pornographyfeatures because of their easy acquisition. C4.5 (Data mining technique)is applied to construct a decision tree. The purpose of this paper is to classify pornography images in a simple if-then rule. The accuracy of experimental result is 85.2%.
The Charisma of Online Group-Buying: The Moderating Role of Social Motivation Chen, Yi-Mu; Huang, Tseng-Lung; Hung, Sean
International Journal of Informatics and Information Systems Vol 2, No 3: December 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47738/ijiis.v2i1.86

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Group buying can spread worldwide because the growth of the online shopping market has been considerable. In addition to deal popularity and discount rate, social motivation was included in this study. If a consumer cannot achieve an economic exchange benefit, a social exchange benefit might provide another function for the group member to stay in the community. This study adopted convenience sampling and an online questionnaire to conduct a survey. Among 240 questionnaires collected, 204 were valid. According to ANOVA analysis, the results demonstrated that social motivation has a positive influence on the relationship between the discount of a product and customers 'purchasing intention but not on the relationship between the popularity of a product and customers' purchasing intention. Therefore, we concluded that strengthening social networking can have a positive effect on customers' purchasing intention and thus encouraging the development of group purchasing retailers and related industries.

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