Books

Trauth, E.M. (Ed.) (2006). Encyclopedia of Gender and IT.  Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing.

 

Trauth, E.M., Howcroft, D., Butler, T., Fitzgerald, B. and DeGross, J. (Eds.) (2006). Social Inclusion: Societal and Organizational Implications for Information Systems. New York: Springer.

 

Howcroft, D. and Trauth, E.M. (Eds.) (2005). Handbook of Critical Information Systems Research: Theory and Application. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

 

Elliot, S., Andersen, K.V., Trauth, E.M. and Reich, S. (Eds.) (2004). Multi-Disciplinary Solutions to Industry & Government’s E-Business Challenges. Proceedings of the IFIP WG8.4 Working Conference on E-business. Laxenburg, Austria: Trauner Druck.

 

Andersen, K.V., Elliot, S., Swatman, P., Trauth, E. and Bjorn-Andersen, N., (Eds.) (2003). Seeking Success in E-Business: A Multidisciplinary Approach. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

 

Trauth, E.M. (Ed.) (2003). Freedom in Philadelphia: Leveraging Differences and Diversity in the IT Workforce. Proceedings of the ACM SIGMIS Computer Personnel Research Conference. New York: ACM Press.

Trauth, E.M. (Ed.) (2001). Qualitative Research in IS: Issues and Trends. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing.

Trauth, E.M. (2000). The Culture of an Information Economy: Influences and Impacts in the Republic of Ireland. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Trauth, E.M.; Kahn, B.K.; and Warden, F. (1991). Information Literacy: An Introduction to Information Systems. New York: Macmillan Publishing Co.

Articles

2019

  • Trauth, E. & Trauth, S. (2019). Addressing the gender gap in STEM through theatre. In O.A. Pilkington (Ed.). Lab Lit: Exploring Literary and Cultural Representations of Science. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

  • Trauth, E.M. (2019). Field Studies of women in Europe, North America, Africa, and Asia-Pacific: A theoretical explanation for the gender imbalance in information technology. In C. Frieze and Quesenberry, J.L. (Eds.). Cracking the Digital Ceiling: Global Views of Women in Computing (pp. 61-72). Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press.

  • Trauth, E. (2019). Forward. In N. Dwivedi, Exploring Institutional Logics in Technology Mediated Higher Education. New York: NY: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

  • Trauth, E., Bryant, A.J., Cain, C., Potter, L. E., Quesenberry, J.L., Trauth, S., and van Slyke, C. (2019). Addressing social inclusion in the IS field through theatre. Proceedings of the ACM SIGMIS Computers and People Research Conference (Nashville, TN, June).

  • Booth, K. & Trauth, E.M. (2019). Moving beyond text: How teens evaluate video-based high stakes health information via social media. Proceedings of the 2019 iConference (Washington, D.C.: April). 

2018

  • Trauth, E.M., Joshi, K.D., Kvasny, L. (2018). Editorial.  Information Systems Journal, Special Issue on Social Inclusion, 28, 6, 989-994.

2017

  • Trauth E. (2017). Breaking down their own stereotypes to give veterans more career opportunities. The Conversation, May 22. [http://theconversation.com/breaking-down-their-own-stereotypes-to-give-veterans-more-career-opportunities-76965].

  • Trauth, E. (2017). A research agenda for social inclusion in information systems. The Data Base for Advances in Information Systems, 48, 2, 9-20.

  • Cain, C.C. & Trauth, E.M. (2017). Black men in IT: Theorizing an autoethnography of a Black man’s journey into IT within the United States of America. The Data Base for Advances in Information Systems, 48, 2, 35-51.

  • Joshi, K.D., Trauth, E., Kvasny, L., Morgan, A.J. & Payton, F.C. (2017), Making black lives matter in the information technology profession: Issues, perspectives, and a call for action. The Data Base for Advances in Information Systems, 48, 2, 21-34.

2016

  • Trauth, E., Keifer-Boyd, K. & Trauth, S. (2016). iDream: Addressing the gender imbalance in STEM through research-informed theatre for social change. Journal of American Drama and Theatre, Special issue, Alt Inq: Scientific Research and Inquiry in American Theatre, 28, 2.

  • Trauth, E.M., Cain, C., Joshi, K.D., Kvasny, L. & Booth, K. (2016). The influence of gender-ethnic intersectionality on gender stereotypes about IT skills and knowledge. The Data Base for Advances in Information Systems, 47, 3, 9-39

  • Booth, K., Eikey, E & Trauth, E.M. (2016). A web of fitness"things": An exploration of social impacts and public health. In M. Sheng, Y. Qin and L. Yao (Eds.) Managing the Web of Things: Linking the Real World to the Web. Burlington, MA: Morgan Kaufmann Elsevier.

  • Niederman, F., Ferratt, T. & Trauth, E.M. (2016). On the co-evolution of information technology and information systems personnel. The Data Base for Advances in Information Systems, 47, 1, 29-50.

  • Trauth, E.M. (2016). Information technology, gender & sexuality. In N. Naples, M. Wickramasinghe and A. Wong Wai Ching (Eds.) The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies (pp. 1419-1424). Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

  • Olbrich, S., Trauth, E.M., Niederman, F. & Gregor, S. (2016). Inclusive design in IS: Why diversity matters." Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 37, Article 37, 767-782.

  • Trauth, E.M., Joshi, K.D., Morgan, A.J., Payton, F.C. & Kvasny, L. (2016). Making Black lives matter in the information technology profession. Proceedings of the ACM SIGMIS Computers & People Research Conference (Alexandria, VA, June).

  • Cain, C. & Trauth, E.M. (2016). Black lives matter: The journey of a Black IT scholar. Proceedings of the ACM SIGMIS Computers & People Research Conference (Alexandria, VA, June).

  • Joshi, K.D., Kvasny, L., Unnikrishnan, P. & Trauth, E.M. (2016). How do Black men succeed in IT careers: The effects of capital. Proceedings of 49th  Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science (Koloa, HI, January).  

  • Booth, K. & Trauth, E.M. (2016). Do this, not that: How teens make decisions about contradictory health information on social media. Proceedings of the Twenty-second Americas Conference on Information Systems (San Diego, CA, August).

2015

  • Levy, A., Trauth, E. & Bagby, J.W. (2015). Moving toward web 2.0-enhanced e-government in small-town Pennsylvania. In I. Boughzala, M. Janssen & S. Assar (Eds.), Case Studies in e-Government 2.0: Changing the Citizen Relationship (pp. 29-45). New York, NY: Springer.

  • Trauth, E.M., DiRaimo, M., Hoover, M.R. & Hallacher, P. (2015). "Leveraging a Research University for New Economy Capacity Building in a Rural Industrial Region." Economic Development Quarterly 29, 3, 1-16.

  • Trauth, E.M., Joshi, K.D., Graham, K. & Nithithanatchinnapat, B. (2015). "An Exploratory Study of Identity and IT Career Choice for Military Service Members and Veterans with Disabilities."Proceedings of the Twenty-first Americas Conference on Information Systems (Puerto Rico, August).

  • Keifer-Boyd, K., Trauth, E.M. and Wagner-Lawlor, J. (2015). “STEAM Embodied Curricula: Creativity through Translate-ability, Sense-ability, Response-ability," in Connecting Creativity Research and Practice in Art Education: Foundations, Pedagogies, and Contemporary Issues (pp. 88-94). F. Bastos and E. Zimmerman (Eds.), Reston, VA:  National Art Education Association.  

  • Morgan, A.J., Myers, Y. & Trauth, E.M. (2015). “Consumer Demographics and Internet Based Health Information Search in the United States: The Intersectionality of Gender, Race and Class." International Journal of E-Health and Medical Communications 6, 1, 58-72.

  • Cain, C. & Trauth, E.M. (2015). "Theorizing the Underrepresentation of Black Males in Information Technology (IT). Proceedings of the Twenty-first Americas Conference on Information Systems (Puerto Rico, August).

  • Fuller, K., Kvasny, L., Trauth, E.M. & Joshi, K.D. (2015). "Understanding Career Choice of African American Men Majoring in Information Technology." Proceedings of the ACM SIGMIS Computers & People Research Conference (Newport Beach, CA, June).

  • Kvasny, L., Joshi, K.D. & Trauth, E.M. (2015). "Understanding Black Males' IT Career Choice." Proceedings of the 2015 iConference (Newport Beach, CA, March).

  • Fuller, K., Kvasny, L. & Trauth, E.M. (2015). "Understanding the Lack of Black Males in the Field of Information Technology." Proceedings of Carnegie-Mellon University, Undergraduate Conference on Information Systems 2015 (Pittsburgh, PA, February).

2014

  • Trauth, E.M., Joshi, K.D. & Graham, K. (2014). "Modeling IT Career Choice for the Differently Abled: Military Personnel and Veterans with Disabilities."Proceedings of the Twentieth Americas Conference on Information Systems (Savannah, GA, August).

  • Trauth, E.M. & Booth, K. (2014). “Reflections on Blended Learning.” In J. Carroll (Ed.) Innovative Practices in Teaching Information Sciences and Technology (pp.207-279). London: Springer-Verlag.

  • Ferratt, T. and Trauth, E.M. (2014). "IS/IT Human Resource Development and Retention," in H. Topi & A. Tucker (Eds.) Computing Handbook, Third Edition: Information Systems and Information Technology (pp. 62-1 - 62-17), Boca Raton, FL: Taylor & Francis.

2013

  • Trauth, E.M. (2013). “The Role of Theory in Gender and Information Systems Research.” Information & Organization, 23, 4, 277-293.

  • Joshi, K.D., Trauth, E., Kvasny, L. & McPherson, S. (2013). "Exploring the Differences Among IT Majors and Non-majors: Modeling the Effects of Gender Role Congruity, Individual Identity, and IT Self-efficacy on IT Career Choices. Proceedings of the Thirty-Fourth International Conference on Information Systems (Milan, Italy, December).

  • Trauth, E.M. and Booth, K.M. 2013. “How Do Gender Minorities Navigate the IS Workplace? Voices of Lesbian and Bisexual Women.” Proceedings of the Nineteenth Americas Conference on Information Systems (Chicago, IL, August).

  • Olbrich, S., Gregor, S., Niederman, F., Trauth, E.M. & Urquhart, C. (2013). "Inclusive Design-theory: How to Take Advantage of Diversity in Information Systems Design." Proceedings of the Thirty-Fourth International Conference on Information Systems (Milan, Italy, December).

  • Morgan, A. & Trauth, E.M. (2013). “Socio-economic Influences on Health Information Searching in the United States: The Case of Diabetes.” Information Technology & People 26, 4, 277-293.  

  • Cain, C. and Trauth, E.M. 2013. “The Underrepresentation of Black Males in IT Higher Education: A Conceptual Framework for Understanding Individual Differences.” Proceedings of the Nineteenth Americas Conference on Information Systems (Chicago, IL, August).

  • Levy, A., Bagby, J. & Trauth, E.M. (2013). "E-government Evolution in Small Municipalities in Bennsylvania in Web 2.0 Social Environment: A Poster." Proceedings of the 14th Annual International Confernce on Digital Government Research: dg.o 2013 (pp. 273-274). (Quebec City, Canada, June).

  • Cain, C. and Trauth, E.M. 2013. “Stereotype Threat: The Case of Black Males in the IT Profession.” Proceedings of the ACM SIGMIS Computers and People  Research Conference (Cincinnati, OH, May-June).

  • Erickson, L. and Trauth, E.M. 2013. “Getting Work Done: Evaluating the Potential of Crowdsourcing as a Model for Business Process Outsourcing Service Delivery.” Proceedings of the ACM SIGMIS Computers and People  Research Conference (Cincinnati, OH, May-June).

2012

  • Quesenberry, J. and Trauth, E.M., (2012). “The (Dis)Placement of Women in the IT Workforce: An Investigation of Individual Career Values and Organizational Interventions,” Information Systems Journal.  

  • Trauth, E.M. (2012). "Are There Enough Seats for Women at the IT Table?" ACM Inroads.

  • Von Hellens, L., Trauth, E.M., and Fisher, J. (2012). "Increasing the Representation of Women in the Information Technology Professions: Research on Interventions," Information Systems Journal.

  • Trauth, E.M., Cain, C.C., Joshi, K.D., Kvasny, L. and Booth, K. (2012). "Understanding Underrepresentation in IT through Intersectionality," Proceedings of the 2012 iConference (Toronto, CA). [PDF]

  • Trauth, E.M. (2012). "Barriers to Knowledge Acquisition, Transfer and Management in Regional Knowledge Economy Development," Proceedings of the 45th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (Maui, Hawaii).

  • Trauth, E.M., Avital, M., Kendall, J., Kendall, K.E. and Boland, R. 2012. “Out of the Box and Onto the Stage: Enacting Information Systems Research through Theatre.” Proceedings of the Thirty-Third International Conference on Information Systems (Orlando, FL, December). 

  • Trauth, E.M and Erickson, L.B. (2012). "Philosophical Framing and Its Impact on Research," in Research Methodologies in Engineering of Software Systems and Information Systems: Philosophies, Methods and Innovations, M. Mora, O.Gelman and A. Steenkamp (Eds.) Hershey, PA: IGI Global, pp. 1-17. [PDF]

  • Trauth, E.M., Cain, C.C., Joshi, K.D., Kvasny, L., and Booth, K. (2012). "The Future of Gender and IT Research: Embracing Intersectionality," Proceedings of the ACM SIGMIS Computers and People Research Conference (Milwaukee, WI, May-June).

  •  Erickson, L., Petrick, I. and Trauth, E.M. (2012). "Organizational Uses of the Crowd: Developing A Framework for the Study of Enterprise-Crowdsourcing. Proceedings of the ACM SIGMIS Computers and People Research Conference (Milwaukee, WI, May-June).

  • Erickson, L.B., Trauth, E.M. and Petrick, I. 2012. “Getting Inside your Employees’ Heads: Navigating Barriers to Internal Crowdsourcing for Product and Service Innovation,” Proceedings of the Thirty Third International Conference on Information Systems (Orlando, FL, December). 

2011

  • Techatassanasoontorn, A., Huang, H., Trauth, E.M. and Juntiwasarakij, S. (2011). "Analyzing ICT and Development: Thailand's Path to the Information Economy," Journal of Global Information Management.

  • Erickson, L.B. and Trauth, E.M. (2011). "Narrowing the Innovation Gap: Factors Influencing Industry-University Collaborations for Innovation and Knowledge Transfer." Proceedings of the 17th Americas Conference on Information Systems (Detroit, MI). [LINK]

  • Kvasny, L. Joshi, K.D. and Trauth, E.M. (2011). “The Influence of Self-Efficacy, Gender Stereotypes and the Importance of IT Skills on College Students’ Intentions to Pursue IT Careers,” Proceedings of the 2011 iConference (Seattle, WA). [PDF]

  • Trauth, E.M. and Erickson, L. (2011). “Social Inclusion in the Information Economy:  The Context of University-Industry Collaborations for Regional Innovation,” Proceedings of the iConference 2011 (Seattle, WA). [PDF]

  • Trauth, E.M. (2011). “What Can We Learn from Gender Research? Seven Lessons for Business Research Methods.” Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods, 9, 1, 1-9. [PDF]

  • Trauth, E.M. (2011). "Rethinking Gender and MIS for the Twenty-first Century," in The Oxford Handbook on MIS. R. Galliers and W. Currie (Eds.), Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

  • Firth, D., King, J., Koch, H., Looney, C.A., Pavlou, P. and Trauth, E. (2011). "Addressing the Credibility Crisis in IS," Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 13, Article 13. 

2010

  • Trauth, E.M., Quesenberry, J. and Huang, H. (2010). “Der Einfluss von Arbeitsräumen auf Geschlechterasymmetrien im IT-Bereich,” Internationale Arbeitsräume. Unsicherheiten und Herausforderungen (“The Effect of Workplace Factors on the IT Gender Imbalance in the United States” in International IT Workspaces: Uncertainties and Challenges.) E. Ruiz Ben (Ed.), Freiburg, Germany: Centaurus Verlag, pp. 153-187.

  • Joshi, K.D., Kvasny, L., McPherson, S., Trauth, E.M., Kulturel-Konak, S. and Mahar, J. (2010). "Choosing IT as a Career: Exploring the Role of Self-efficacy and Perceived Importance of IT Skills." Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (St. Louis, MO, December). [PDF]

  • Huang, H. and Trauth, E.M. (2010). "Identity and Cross-cultural Management in Globally Distributed Information Technology Work." Procedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (St. Louis, MO, December). [LINK}

  • Trauth, E.M. and Juntiwasarakij, S. (2010). "Knowledge Transfer Challenges for Universities and SMEs in the USA." Proceedings of the 16th Americas Conference of Information Systems (Lima, Peru, August). [LINK]

  • Trauth, E.M., Joshi, K.D., Kvasny, L., Chong, J., Kulturel, S. and Mahar. J. (2010). "Millennials and Masculinity: A Shifting Tide of Gender Typing ICT?" Proceedings of the 16th Americas Conference on Information Systems (Lima, Peru, August). [PDF]

  • Trauth, E.M., Joshi, K.D., Kvasny, L., Mahar, J., & Kulturel, S. (2010). “Millennials and Gender Typing of IT Skills,” NSF Joint Annual Meeting, Poster, NSF-HRD Joint Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., June.

  • Trauth, E.M. Adya, M., Armstrong, D., Joshi, K.D., Kvasny, L. Quesenberry, J., and Riemenschneider, C. (2010). "Taking Stock of Research on Gender and the IT Workforce." Proceedings of the ACM SIGMIS Computer Personnel Research Conference (Vancouver, BC, May). [LINK]

2009

  • Trauth, E.M., Quesenberry, J.L. and Huang, H. (2009). "Factors Influencing Career Choice for Women in the Global Information Technology Workforce," in Technological Advancement in Developed and Developing Countries: Discoveries in Global Information Management. G. Hunter and F. Tan (Eds.), Hershey, PA: IGI Global. [N/A]

  • Yeo, B. and Trauth, E.M. (2009). "The Call for Transformational Governance in the Knowledge Economy: An Investigation of Three Cases," in ICT Enabled Transformational Government: A Global Perspective. V. Weerakkody, M Janssen and Y.K. Dwivedi (Eds.), Hershey, PA: Information Science Publishing, pp. 271-290. [N/A]

  • Trauth, E.M., Quesenberry, J.L., and Huang, H. (2009). "Retaining Women in the US IT Workforce: Theorizing the Influence of Organizational Factors." European Journal of Information Systems. Special Issue on Meeting the Renewed Demand for IT Workers(18), 476-497. [LINK]

  • Kvasny, L., Trauth, E.M., and Morgan, A. (2009). "Power Relations in IT Education and Work: The Intersectionality of Gender, Race, and Class." Journal of Information, Communication & Ethics in Society, Special Issue on ICTs and Social Inclusion, 7(2/3). 96-118. [PDF]

  • Juntiwasarakij, S. and Trauth, E. (2009). "Exploring Contemporary Issues in Knowledge Transfer in IT Outsourcing: The Theoretical Perspective." Proceeding at 15th Americas Conference on Information Systems (San Francisco, California, August 6 - 9, 2009) [PDF]

  • Huang, H., Kvasny, L., Joshi, KD., Trauth, E., and Mahar, J. (2009). "Synthesizing IT Job Skills Identified in Academic Studies, Practitioner Publications and Job Ads." Proceedings of the ACM SIGMIS Computer Personnel Research Conference (Limerick, Ireland, May). 19-25. [PDF]

  • Trauth, E.M. (2009). "Forward," to Career Paths for Programmers: Skills in Senior Software Roles by Jack Downey. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

  • Trauth, E.M. (2009). "Forward," Women in Engineering, Science and Technology: Education Career Challenges by Aileen Cater-Steel. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

2008

  • Trauth, E.M. (Ed.) (2008). Encouraging Greater Gender and Ethnic Diversity in the Undergraduate Population of the College of Information Sciences and Technology, University Park. A Report of the Pennsylvania State University, College of IST Diversity Task Force. January 10.

  • Quesenberry, J.L. and Trauth, E.M. (2008). "Revisiting Career Path Assumptions: The Case of Women in the IT Workforce." Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (Paris, France, December). [PDF]

  • Huang, H. and Trauth, E.M. (2008). "Cultural Influences on Temporal Separation and Coordination in Globally Distributed Software Development." Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (Paris, France, December) Paper 134. [PDF]

  • Trauth, E.M., Quesenberry, J.L., and Huang, H. (2008). "A Multicultural Analysis of Factors Influencing Career Choice for Women in the Information Technology Workforce." Journal of Global Information Management, Volume 16, Number 4, 1-23. Recipient of Outstanding Published Journal Award by IGI Global Excellence in Information Technology Research Journal Award Program. [PDF]

  • Trauth, E.M., Quesenberry, J.L., Huang, H., and McKnight, S. (2008). "Linking Economic Development and Workforce Diversity through Action Research." Proceedings of the ACM SIGMIS Computer Personnel Research Conference (Charlottesburg, VA, April). (Magid Igbaria Memorial Best Paper Award.) [PDF]

  • Trauth, E.M., Quesenberry, J. and Yeo, B. (2008). “Environmental Influences on Gender in the IT Workforce,” The Data Base for Advances in Information Systems. Volume 39, Number 1: 8-32. [PDF]

  • Howcroft, D. and Trauth, E.M. (2008). "The Implications of a Critical Agenda in Gender and IS Research," Information Systems Journal Special Issue: Exploring the Critical Agenda in IS Research. Volume 18, Number 2: 185-202. [PDF]

2007

  • Blodgett, B.M, Xu, H., and Trauth, E.M. (2007). "Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Issues in Virtual Worlds." The Data Base for Advances in Information Systems, Volume 38, Number 4:97-99. [PDF]

  • Trauth, E.M. and Quesenberry, J.L. (2007). "Gender and the Information Technology Workforce: Issues of Theory and Practice," in Managing IT Professionals in the Internet Age. P. Yoong and S. Huff (Eds.) Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 18-36. [PDF]

  • Huang, H.H. and Trauth, E.M. (2007). "Cultural Diversity Challenges: Issues for Managing Globally distributed Knowledge Workers in Software Development," in Managing IT Professionals in the Internet Age. P. Yoong and S. Huff (Eds.), Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 253-275. [LINK]

  • Shen, Y., Straub, D. and Trauth, E.M. (2007). "Public ICT Policy Initiatives and Deployment: Theories, Stakeholders, Success Factors, and Regulatory Tools," in Managing Global Information Technology: Strategies and Challenges. P. Palvia (Ed.), Hershey, PA: Ivy League Publishing: 151-166. [LINK]

  • Ocker, R. J., Huang, H., Purao, S., and Trauth, E. M. (2007). "The tension between expectations of availability and the reality of availability in hybrid teams: a reflection by a hybrid team of academic practitioners." In K. Crowston, S. Sieber, and E. Wynn (Eds.), Virtuality and Virtualization, Proceedings of the International Federation of Information Processing Working Group 8.2 on Information Systems and Organizations and 9.5 on Virtuality and Society, July 29-31, 2007, Portland, Oregon, USA, pp. 119-131. Boston: Springer. [PDF]

  • Trauth, E.M., Johnson, R.N., Morgan, A., Huang, H. and Quesenberry, J. (2007). "Diversity Education and Identity Development in an Information Technology Course," New Directions for Teaching and Learning, Special Issue on the Scholarship of Multicultural Teaching and Learning, Number 111: 81-87. [PDF]

  • Trauth, E.M., Reinert, M. and Zigner, M. (2007). “A Regional IT Occupational Partnership for Economic Development,” Proceedings of the ACM SIGMIS Computer Personnel Research Conference (St. Louis, MO, April). 112-120. [PDF]

  • Huang, H.H., Trauth, E.M. (2007). "Cultural Diversity Challenges: Issues for Managing Globally distributed Knowledge Workers in Software Development." Managing IT Professionals in the Internet Age. 253-275. [PDF]

  • Trauth, E.M., Kvasny, L., Greenhill, A. (2007). "Conducting Feminist Gender Research in the Information Systems Field." Issues and Trends in Technology and Human Interaction. B. Carsten Stahl (Ed.), Hershey: PA IRM Press: 1-24. [PDF]

  • Huang, H., Trauth, E.M. (2007). "Cultural Influences and Global Information Systems Development Work: Experiences from Chinese IT Professionals," ACM SIGMIS Computer Personnel Research Conference. (St. Louis, MO, April). [PDF]

  • Eileen M. Trauth, R. Neil Johnson, Allison Morgan, Haiyan Huang, and Jeria Quesenberry (2007). "Diversity Education and Identity Development in an Information Technology Course," New Direction for Teaching and Learning. 111, 81-87. [PDF]

  • Trauth, E.M., Quesenberry, J.L. (2007). "Gender and Information Technology Workforce: Issues of Theory and Practice." in Managing IT Professionals in the Internet Age. P. Yoong and S. Huff (Eds.) Hersey, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 18-36. [PDF]

  • Trauth, E.M., Huang, H., Quesenberry, J., Morgan, A. (2007). "Leveraging Diversity in Information Systems and Technology Education in the Global Workplace." Information Systems and Technology Education: From the University to the Workplace. G. Lowry and R. Turner (Eds.), Hershey, PA: Idea Group, Inc.: 27-41. [PDF]

  • Quesenberry, J.L., Trauth, E.M. (2007). "What Do Women Want?: An Investigation of Career Anchors among Women in the IT Workforce." ACM SIGMIS Conference on Computer Personnel Research. (St. Louis, MO, April), pp. 122-127. [PDF]

2006

  • Trauth, E.M. (Ed.) (2006). Encyclopedia of Gender and IT. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing. [BOOK - LINK]

  • Trauth, E.M., Howcroft, D., Butler, T., Fitzgerald, B. and DeGross, J. (Eds.) (2006). Social Inclusion: Societal and Organizational Implications for Information Systems. New York: Springer. [BOOK - LINK]

  • Peghar, V., Quesenberry, J., Trauth, E.M. (2006). "A Reflexive Analysis of Questions for Women Entering the IT Workforce," in the Encyclopedia of Gender and Information Technology. E.M. Trauth (Ed.), Hersey PA: Idea Group Publishing: 1075-1080.

  • Trauth, E.M. (2006). "An Agenda for Research on Gender Diversity in the Global Information Economy," in the Encyclopedia of Gender and Information Technology. E.M. Trauth (Ed.), Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing: xxix-xxiii.

  • Trauth, E.M., Niederman, F. (2006). "Achieving Diversity in the IT Workforce: Issues and Interventions." The Data Base for Advances in Information Systems, Special Issue on Achieving Diversity in the IT Workforce. 37, 8-10.

  • Trauth, E.M., Quesenberry, J.L. (2006). "Are Women an Underserved Community in the IT Profession?." International Conference on Information Systems. (Milwaukee, WI, December)

  • Trauth, E.M., Howcroft, D. (2006). "Critical Research on Gender and Information Systems," in Encyclopedia of Gender and Information Technology. E.M. Trauth (Ed.), Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 141-146.

  • Cleary, P.F., Pierce, G., Trauth, E.M. (2006). "Closing the Digital Divide: Understanding Racial, Ethnic, Social Class, Gender and Geographic Disparities in Internet use Among School Age Children in the United States." Universal Access in the Information Society. 4, 4: 354-373.

  • Trauth, E.M., Howcroft, D. (2006). "Critical Empirical Research in IS: An Example of Gender and IT." Information Technology & People, Special Issue on Critical Research in Information Systems. Voume 19, 272-292.

  • Trauth, E.M., Huang, H., Quesenberry, J.L. (2006). "Cross-Cultural Influences on Women in the IT Workforce." ACM SIGMIS Conference on Computer Personnel Research. (Claremont, CA, April): 12-19.

  • Trauth, E.M. (2006). Encyclopedia of Gender and IT. [LINK]

  • Trauth, E.M., Quesenberry, J.L., Yeo, B. (2006). "Environmental Context and Women in the IT Workforce," in the Encyclopedia of Gender and Information Technology. E.M. Trauth (Ed.), Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 276-281.

  • Huang, H., Yeo, B., Trauth, E.M. (2006). "Exploring the Situated Context of Knowledge Management in E-government Development." International Journal of Advanced Media and Communication. 1(2), 148-160.

  • Trauth, E.M., Huang, H., Morgan, A.J., Quesenberry, J.L., Yeo, B.J.K. (2006). "Investigating the Existence and Value of Diversity in the Global IT Workforce: An Analytical Framework." in IT Workers: Human Capital Issues in a Knowledge-based Environment. F. Niederman and T. Ferratt (Eds.), Information Age Publishing: 331-360.

  • Trauth, E.M., Howcroft, D., Butler, T., Fitzgerald, B., DeGross, J. (2006). Social Inclusion: Societal and Organizational Implications for Information Systems. [LINK]

  • Trauth, E.M, Howcroft, D. (2006). "Social Inclusion and the Information Systems Field: Why Now?." Social Inclusion: Societal and Organizational Implications for Information Systems. in E.M. Trauth, D. Howcroft, T. Butler, T., Fitzgerald, B. and DeGross, J. (Eds.), New York: Springer: 3 - 12. [LINK]

  • Morgan, A., and Trauth, E.M. (2006). "The Impact of Individual Differences on Web Searching Performance: Issues for Design and the Digital Divide," in Cognitively Informed Systems: Utilizing Practical Approaches to Enrich Information Presentation and Transfer. E.M. Alkhalifa (Ed.) Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 261-282. Trauth, E.M. (2006). "Theorizing Gender and Information Technology Research," in Encyclopedia of Gender and Information Technology. E.M. Trauth (Ed.) Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing 1154-1159.

  • Peghar, V., Quesenberry, J. and Trauth, E.M. (2006). "A Reflexive Analysis of Questions for Women Entering the IT Workforce," in Encylopedia of Gender and Information Technology. E.M. Trauth (Ed.), Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 1-1183

  • Quesenberry, J.L., Trauth, E.M. (2006). "Understanding the Mommy Tracks in the IT Workforce." The Encyclopedia of Gender and Information Technology. E.M. Trauth (Ed.), Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 1178-1183.

  • Quesenberry, J.L., Trauth, E.M., Morgan, A.J. (2006). "Understanding the Mommy Tracks? A Framework for Analyzing Work-Family Issues in the IT Workforce." Information Resources Management Journal. Volume 19, 37-53.

  • Morgan, A., Trauth, E.M. (2006). "Women and Social Capital Networks in the IT workforce." in The Encyclopedia of Gender and Information Technology. E.M., Trauth (Ed.), Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 1245-1251.

  • Trauth, E.M. (2006). "Book Review of The Information Revolution & Ireland: Prospects and Challenges by Lee Komito," The Information Society 22, 5.

2005

  • Howcroft, D. and Trauth, E.M. (Eds.) (2005). Handbook of Critical Information Systems Research: Theory and Application. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. [BOOK - N/A]

  • Morgan, A.J., Jansen, B. J., Trauth, E.M. (2005). "Exploring Individual User Attitudes Towards Performance with Web Search Engines: An Extension Study." Eleventh Americas Conference on Information Systems. (Omaha, NB, August).

  • Kvasny, L., Greenhill, A., Trauth, E.M. (2005). "Giving Voice to Feminist Projects in Management Information Systems Research." International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction. Volume 1, Number 1: 1-18.

  • Howcroft, D., Trauth, E.M. (2005). Handbook of Critical Information Systems Research: Theory and Application. [LINK]

  • Trauth, E.M., Quesenberry, J.L. (2005). "Individual Inequality: Women's Responses in the IT Profession." In Whitehouse, G, (Ed.), Proceedings of the Women, Work and IT Forum, (Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, June): 23-24.

  • Trauth, E.M. (2005). "Leapfrogging an IT Sector." Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology. M. Khorsrow-Pour (Ed.), Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 1799 - 1802.

  • Xiao, L., Convertino, G., Trauth, E.M., Carroll, J.M., Rosson, M.B. (2005). "Supporting Culture in Computer-Supported Cooperative Work." Encyclopedia of Human Computer Interaction. C. Ghaoui (Ed.), Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 567 - 573.

  • Quesenberry, J.L., Trauth, E.M. (2005). "The Role of Ubiquitous Computing in Maintaining Work-Life Balance: Perspectives from Women in the IT Workforce." Designing Ubiquitous Information Environments: Socio-Technical Issues and Challenges. C. Sorensen, Y. Youngjin, K. Lyytinen, and J.I. DeGross (Ed.), New York, Springer: 43-55.

  • Trauth, E.M., Quesenberry, J.L., Yeo, B. (2005). "The Influence of Environmental Context on Women in the IT Workforce." ACM SIGMIS Conference on Computer Personnel Research. (Atlanta,  GA, April): 24-31.

  • Trauth, E.M. (2005). "Qualitative Methods in IS Research," in Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology. M. Khosrow-Pour (Ed.), Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 2378-2381. [LINK]

  • Howcroft, D. and Trauth, E.M. (2005). "Choosing Critical IS Research," in Handbook of Information Systems Research: Critical Perspectives on Information Systems Design, Development and Implementation. D. Howcroft and E.M. Trauth, E.M. (Eds.), Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing: 1-15.

  • Trauth, E.M., Wardell, M. and Yeo, B. (2005). Workforce Choices: Information and Communication Services Cluster. Final Report, Harrisburg, PA: Center for Workforce Information and Analysis, Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

2004

  • Elliot, S., Andersen, K.V., Trauth, E.M. and Reich, S. (Eds.) (2004). "Multi-Disciplinary Solutions to Industry & Government's E-Business Challenges." Proceedings of the IFIP WG8.4 Working Conference on E-business. Laxenburg, Austria: Trauner Druck. [BOOK - LINK]

  • Morgan, A.J., Quesenberry, J.L., Trauth, E.M. (2004). "Exploring the Importance of Social Networks in the IT Workforce: Experiences with the 'Boy's Club,'" The Americas Conference on Information Systems. (New York, August): 1313-1320. [N/A]

  • Yeo, B., Trauth, E.M. (2004). "E-Business Potential in California's San Joaquin Valley: An Investigation of Societal Influences." in S. Elliot, K.V. Anderson, E.M. Trauth, and S. Reich (Eds.) Multi-Disciplinary Solutions to Industry & Government's E-Business Challenges. Proceedings of the IFIP WG8.4 Working Conference on E-Business. Laxenburg, Austria: Trauner Druck.

  • Tapia, A., Kvasny, L., Trauth, E.M. (2004). "Is There an IS Retention Gap for Women and Minorities? The Case for Moving In versus Moving Up." Strategies for Managing IS/IT Personnel. 143-164.

  • Yeo, B., Trauth, E.M., Wong, P. (2004). "Infrastructural Challenges in Developing an Information Economy in Humbolt County, California." Americas Conference on Information Systems.  (New York, August).

  • Quesenberry, J.L., Morgan, A.J., Trauth, E.M. (2004). "Understanding the Mommy Tracks? A Framework for Analyzing Work-Family Issues in the IT Workforce." The Information Resources Management Association Conference. (New Orleans, LA, May): 135-138.

  • Trauth, E.M., Quesenberry, J.L., Morgan, A.J. (2004). "Understanding the Under Representation of Women in IT: Toward a Theory of Individual Differences." Proceedings of the ACM SIGMIS Conference on Computer Personnel Research. (Tucson, AZ, April): 114-119.

  • Howcroft, D. and Trauth, E.M. (2004). The Choice of Critical IS Research, in Relevant Theory and Informed Practice - Looking Forward from a 20 Year Perspective on IS Research. B. Kaplan, D.P. Truex, D. Wastell, A.T. Wood-Harper and J.I.DeGross (Eds.), Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers:195-211. [N/A]

  • Tapia, A., Kvasny, L. and Trauth, E.M. (2004). "Is There a Retention Gap for Women and Minorities: Moving in versus Moving up," in Strategies for Managing IS/IT Personnel. C. Shayo (Ed.), Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 143-164.

  • Quesenberry, J.L., Morgan, A.J. and Trauth, E.M. (2004). "A Mommy Track? A Framework for Analyzing Work-Family Issues in the IT Workforce." Proceedings of the Information Resource Management Association International Conference (New Orleans, LA, May). [N/A]

2003

  • Andersen, K.V., Elliot, S., Swatman, P., Trauth, E. and Bjorn-Andersen, N., (Eds.) (2003). Seeking Success in E-Business: A Multidisciplinary Approach. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers. [BOOK - LINK]

  • Trauth, E.M. (Ed.) (2003). "Freedom in Philadelphia: Leveraging Differences and Diversity in the IT Workforce." Proceedings of the ACM SIGMIS Computer Personnel Research Conference. New York: ACM Press. [BOOK -LINK]

  • Kase, S.E, Trauth, E.M. (2003). "Assimilation, Accommodation and Activism: How Women in the IT Workplace Cope." Information Resource Management Association International Conference. (Philadelphia, PA, May). [LINK]

  • Trauth, E.M., Nielsen, S.H., Von Hellens, L.A. (2003). "Explaining the IT Gender Gap: Australian Stories for the New Millennium." Australian Computer Society Journal of Research and Practice in IT. 35, 7-20.

  • Heavin, C., Fitzgerald, B., Trauth, E.M. (2003). "Factors Influencing Ireland's Software Industy: Lessons for Economic Development through IT." Information Systems Perspectives and Challenges in the Context of Globalization. M. Korpela and R. Montealeagre (Eds.), Boston, Kluwer Academic Publishers: 235 - 352.

  • Weisinger, J.Y., Trauth, E.M. (2003). "The Importance of Situating Culture in Cross-Cultural IT Management." IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Special Issue on Cross-cultural IT Management. 50(1), 26-30. [N/A]

  • Kase, S.E., Trauth, E.M. (2003). "Toward a Model of Women in the IT Workplace." Americas Conference on Information Systems. (Tampa, FL, August) [LINK]

  • Beekjuyzen, J., Von Hellens, L., Neilson, S., Trauth, E.M. (2003). "Women Talking about IT Work - Duality or Dualism." ACM SIGCPR/MIS Conference.

  • Trauth, E.M. (2003). "Book Review of Cases on Global IT Applications and Management: Successes and Pitfalls," The Information Society, Volume 19, Number 2. 

  • Nielson, S.H. von Hellens, L.A., Beekjuyzen, J., and Trauth, E.M. (2003). "Women Talking about IT Work-Duality or Dualism?" Proceedings of the ACM SIGCPR/MIS Conference (Philadelphia, PA, April): 68-74.

2002

  • Trauth, E.M. (2002). "Odd Girl Out: An Individual Differences Perspective on Women in the IT Profession." Information Technology and People. 15, 98-118.

  • Weisinger, J.Y., Trauth, E.M. (2002). "Situating Culture in the Global Information Sector." Information Technology & People. 15, 306-320.

  • Kvasny L., Trauth, E.M. (2002). "The Digital Divide at Work and at Home: Discourses about Power and Underrepresented Groups in the Information Society." Global and Organizational Discourse About Information Technology. E. Wynn, M.D. Myers and E.A. Whitley (Eds.), Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers: 273-291.

2001

  • Trauth, E.M. (Ed.) (2001). Qualitative Research in IS: Issues and Trends. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing. [BOOK - LINK]

  • Von Hellens, Liisa A., Nielsen, Sue H., Trauth, Eileen M. (2001). "Breaking and Entering the Male Domain: Women in the IT Industry." Proceedings of the ACM SIGMIS Conference on Computer Personnel Research. (San Diego, CA, April): 116-120.

  • Trauth, E.M. (2001). "Mapping Information-sector Work to the Workforce: The Lessons from Ireland." Communications of the ACM, Special Issue on The Global IT Workforce. 44, 74-75.

  • Trauth, E.M. (2001). "The Choice of Qualitative Methods in IS Research." Qualitative Research in IS: Issues and Trends. E.M. Trauth (Ed.), Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 1-19.

  • Trauth, E.M. (2001). "Choosing Qualitative Methods in IS Research: Lessons Learned," in Qualitative Research in IS: Issues and Trends. E.M. Trauth (Ed.), Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 271-287. [LINK]

2000

  • Trauth, E.M. (2000). The Culture of an Information Economy: Influences and Impacts in the Republic of Ireland. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers. [BOOK - N/A]

  • Trauth, Eileen M., Nielsen, S, von Hellens, L (2000). "Explaining the IT Gender Gap: Australian Stories". Australian Conference on Information Systems. (Brisbane, Australia, December).

  • Trauth, E.M., Hafner, C. (2000). "Meeting the IT Skills Crisis: An Interdisciplinary Response." Proceedings from the Americas Conference on Information Systems. (Long Beach, CA, August): 1946 - 1951.

  • Trauth, E.M. (2000). The Culture of an Information Economy: Influences and Impacts in the Republic of Ireland. [BOOK - LINK]

  • Trauth, E.M. and, Jessup, L. (2000). "Understanding Computer-mediated Discussions: Positivist and Interpretive Analyses of Group Support System Use." MIS Quarterly, Special Issue on Intensive Research. 24, 43-79.

1999

  • Trauth, E.M. (1999). "Leapfrogging an IT Labor Force: Multinational and Indigenous Perspectives." Journal of Global Information Management  Volume 7, Number 2: (April-June) 22-32.

  • Trauth, E.M., (1999). "Who Owns my Soul? The Paradox of Organizational Productivity in a Culture of Individualism." ACM SIGCPR Conference. (New Orleans, LA, April): 159 - 163.

  • Heng, M.S.H., Trauth, E.M., and Fischer, S.J. (1999). "Organizational Champions of IT Innovation," Accounting, Management and Information Technologies, Volume 9, Number 3: 193-222.

  • Warden, F.S. and Trauth, E.M. (1999). "Balancing the Privacy Scales: A Framework for Managing Competing Values." Proceedings of Information Resources Management Association International Conference (Hersey, PA, May): 627-633. [N/A]

1998

  • Trauth, E.M., Derksen, F.E.J.M., and Mevissen, H.M.J. (1998). "Societal Factors and the Diffusion of EDI,"in EDI and Data Networking in the Public Sector: Governmental Action, Diffusion and Impacts. K.V. Andersen (Ed.), Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers: 43-61.

  • Collins, J.S., Trauth, E.M. and Beckman, C. (1998). "Reframing IT Planning: Incorporating High Order Effects into Information Technology Planning," Proceedings of 1998 Information Resources Management Association International Conference (Boston, May): 212-218. [N/A]

1997

  • Trauth, E.M. (1997). "Achieving the Research Goal with Qualitative Methods: Lessons Learned along the Way," in Information Systems and Qualitative Research. A.S. Lee, J. Liebenau, and J.I. DeGross (Eds.), London: Chapman & Hall: 225-245.

1996

  • Trauth, E.M. (1996). "Impact of an Imported IT Sector: Lessons from Ireland." Information Technology Development and Policy: Theoretical Perspectives and Practical Challenges. E.M. Roche and M.J. Blaine (Eds.), Aldershot, UK: Avebury Publishing Ltd: 245-261.

1995

  • Lee, D.M.S., Trauth, E.M., Farwell, D., Kuramoto, L., Winslow, C. (1995). "Critical Skills and Knowledge Requirements of the IS Profession: A Joint Academic/Industry Investigation." MIS Quarterly. 19(3), 313 - 340.

  • Trauth, E.M (1995). "Women in Ireland's Information Industry: Voices from Inside." Eire-Ireland. 5(4), 133 - 150.

1994

  • Kahn, B., Pliskin, N. and Trauth, E.M. (1994). "Cooperation, Autonomy and Control in Corporate Information Management," Journal of Information Technology Management, Volume 5, Number 4: 1-16.

1993

  • Trauth, E.M. and Thomas, R.S. (1993). "Electronic Data Interchange: A New Frontier for Global Standards Policy," Journal of Global Information Management, Volume 1, Number 4 (Fall): 6-16.

  • Trauth, E.M., Farwell, D., Lee, D. (1993). "The IS Expectation Gap: Industry Expectations versus Academic Preparation," MIS Quarterly. Volume 17, Number 3 (September): 293 - 307.

  • Trauth, E.M. (1993). "Educating Information Technology Professionals for Work in Ireland: An Emerging Post-Industrial Country," Global Information Technology Education: Issues and Trends. M. Khosrowpour and K. Loch (Eds.), Harrisburg, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 205 - 233.

  • Trauth, E.M., Derksen, F.E., and Mevissen, H.M. (1993). "The Influence of Societal Factors on the Diffusion of Electronic Data Interchange in the Netherlands," Information Systems Development: Human, Social and Organizational Aspects. D. Avison, J. Kendall, and J.I. DeGross (Eds.),  Amsterdam: Norht-Holland 323-337.

  • Collins, J.S. and Trauth, E.M. (1993). "Preparing Information Systems Professionals for a World Economy: Challenging Perceptions about Telecommunications," Proceedings of 1993 Information Resources Management Association International Conference (Salt Lake City, May): 224-228.

1992

  • Trauth, E.M. and Cole, E. (1992). "The Organizational Interface: A Method for Supporting End Users of Packaged Software," MIS Quarterly, Volume 16, Number 1 (March): 35-53.

  • Trauth, E.M. and Pitt, D.C. (1992). "Competition in the Telecommunications Industry: A New Global Paradigm and Its Limits," Journal of Information Technology, Volume 7, Number 1 (March): 3-11.

  • Farwell, D.W.; Kuramoto, L.; Lee, D.; Trauth, E.M.; and Winslow, C., (1992). "A New Paradigm for IS: The Educational Implications," Journal of Information Systems Management, Volume 9, Number 2 (Spring): 7-14.

  • Trauth, E.M. (1992). "The Importance of Context," Informational Management Bulletin (Spring): 8.

1991

  • Farwell, D.W., Kuramoto, L., Lee, D., Trauth, E.M., and Winslow, C. (1991). Information Systems Education and Industry Requirements in the United States: Implications for Vendors Spectrum (February 15), 17(1), 17-7.

  • Trauth, E.M.; Kahn, B.K.; and Warden, F.(1991). Information Literacy: An Introduction to Information Systems. New York: Macmillan Publishing Co. [BOOK - N/A]

  • Trauth, E.M.; Huntley, J.; and Pitt, D.C. (1991). "The Implementation Game: Deregulating U.S. Telecommunications," Policy Implementation in Public Administration, T. Younis (Ed.), Aldershot, UK: Dartmouth Publishing Co., Ltd: 103-113.

  • Adair, J., DeNoia, L., Swearingen, J., Trauth, E.M. (1991). The Role of Information Systems Course in a Business Curriculum of the Future. Northeast Decision Sciences Institute. (Pittsburgh, October): 384 - 386.

  • Trauth, E.M. and Farwell, D. 1991. "Implementing a Changed Vision of the IS Professional: An Industry-Education Partnership," SIM Network (June-July): 1-4.

  • Trauth, E.M. and O'Connor, B. (1991). "A Study of the Interaction Between Information Technology and Society: An Illustration of Combined Qualitative Research Methods, "Information Systems Research: Contemporary Approaches & Emergent Traditions. H.-E. Nissen, H.K. Klein and R. Hirschheim (Eds.), Amsterdam: North-Holland: 131-144.

1990

  • Huntley, J.; Pitt, D.C.; and Trauth, E.M. (1990). "Post Fortressism -- Trade, Telecommunications and the New Europe," Proceedings of the European Trade and Technology Conference (Sunderland, UK, September): 109-113. [N/A]

1989

  • Trauth, E.M. (1989). "The Evolution of Information Resource Management," Information and Management, Volume 16, Number 5 (May): 257-268.

1988

  • Spiegler, I., Trauth, E.M. (1988). "A Framework for Office Automation Education." The Journal of Computer Information Systems. Volume 28, Number 2 (Winter): 32 - 38.

  • Barber, S.; Kwan, S.K.; and Trauth, E.M. (1988). "Old, New or High Technology: Channel Selection for Corporate Training, "Information and Behavior, Volume 2, B. Ruben (Ed.), New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books: 147-166.

  • Trauth, E.M. (1988). "Information Resource Management," in Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science, Volume 43, Supplement 8, A. Kent (Ed.), New York: Marcel Dekker, Inc.: 93-112. [N/A]

1987

  • Trauth, E.M., Curley, K., and Kwan, S.K. (1987). "International Business Schools Computer Users Group and Information Systems Association," Joint European Meeting, London, April, 1987.

1986

  • Trauth, E.M. (1986). "A College Curriculum for Information Literacy," Education and Computing. Volume 2, 251 - 258. [N/A]

  • Trauth, E.M. (1986). "An Integrative Approach to Information Policy Research," Telecommunications Policy, Volume 10, Number 1 (March): 41-50.

1985

  • Kwan, S.K, Trauth, E.M., Driehaus, K.C. (1985). "Gender Differences and Computing Students' Assessment of Societal Influences," Education and Computing. Volume 1, Number 3 (September): 187 - 194. [LINK]

1984

  • Trauth, E.M. (1984). "Research-Oriented Perspective on Information Management," Journal of Systems Management, Volume 35, Number 7 (July): 12-17.

  • Trauth, E.M.; Kwan, S.K.; and Barber, S. (1984). "Channel Selection and Effective Communication for Managerial Decision Making," ACM Transactions on Office Information Systems, Volume 2, Number 2 (April): 123-140.

  • Cole, E. and Trauth, E.M. (1984). "User Friendly and the User: Applying the Information System Model to the Design of Interfaces," Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting (Philadelphia, October): 148-152. [N/A]

1983

  • Trauth, E.M. (1983). "The Professional Responsibility of the Techknowledgeable," Computers and Society, Volume 13, Number 1 (Winter): 17-21.

  • Trauth, E.M. (1983). "The Social Responsibility of the Tech-Knowledgeable," Information Resource Management, Number 3 (November): 28-31.

  • Trauth, E.M.; Trauth, D.M.; and Huffman, J.L. (1983). "Impact of Deregulation on Marketplace Diversity in the USA," Telecommunications Policy, Volume 7, Number 2 (June): 111-120.

  • Trauth, E.M. (1983). "Information Literacy Course: A Recommended Approach," Proceedings of the National Educational Computing Conference (Baltimore, June): 204-207.

1981

  • Trauth, E.M. (1981). "Information Management from a Holistic View of Information Processing in the Organization," Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting (Washington, D.C., October): 132-133.

  • Trauth, E.M. (1981). "Data Transmission Via Cable -- Regulatory Problems," National On-line Meeting Proceedings -- 1981 (New York, March): 463-468.

1980

  • Trauth, E.M., Trauth, D.M., and Huffman, J.L. (1980). "The Policy Implications of the Use of Cable Television for Data Transmission," Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting (Anaheim, CA, October): 106-108.

  • Trauth, E.M. (1980). "An Adaptive Model of Information Policy: A Methodology for Studying the Control of a Powerful Resource," Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science 9th Midyear Meeting, (Pittsburgh, May): Microfiche 4.

1977

  • Mitroff, Ian L., Jacob, T., Trauth, E.M. (1977). "On the Shoulders of the Spouses of Scientists," Social Studies of Science. Volume 7, Number 3 (August): 303 - 327.

Publications by Theme

Gender and Social Inclusion
Books

  • Trauth, E.M. (Ed.) (2006). Encyclopedia of Gender and IT. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing.

  • Trauth, E.M., Howcroft, D., Butler, T., Fitzgerald, B. and DeGross, J. (Eds.) (2006). Social Inclusion: Societal and Organizational Implications for Information Systems. New York: Springer. 

  • Trauth, E.M. (Ed.) (2003). "Freedom in Philadelphia: Leveraging Differences and Diversity in the IT Workforce." Proceedings of the ACM SIGMIS Computer Personnel Research Conference. New York: ACM Press.

Journal Articles

  • Morgan, A. & Trauth, E.M. (Forthcoming). “Socio-economic Influences on Health Information Searching in the United States: The Case of Diabetes.” Information Technology & People.   

  • Trauth, E.M. (2012). “Are There Enough Seats for Women at the IT Table?” ACM Inroads.

  • Quesenberry, J. and Trauth, E.M., (2012). “The (Dis)Placement of Women in the IT Workforce: An Investigation of Individual Career Values and Organizational Interventions,” Information Systems Journal. 

  • Von Hellens, L., Trauth, E.M., and Fisher, J. (2012). “Increasing the Representation of Women in the Information Technology Professions: Research on Interventions,” Information Systems Journal.

  • Trauth, E.M. (2011). "What Can We Learn from Gender Research? Seven Lessons for Business Research Methods." Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods.

  • Trauth, E.M., Quesenberry, J.L., and Huang, H. (2009). "Retaining Women in the US IT Workforce: Theorizing the Influence of Organizational Factor." European Journal of Information Systems. Special Issue on Meeting the Renewed Demand for IT Workers(18), 476-497. 

  • Kvasny, L., Trauth, E.M., and Morgan, A. (2009). "Power relations in IT education and work: the intersectionality of gender, race, and class." Journal of Information, Communication & Ethics in Society, Special Issue on ICTs and Social Inclusion, 7(2/3). 96-118. 

  • Trauth, E.M., Quesenberry, J. and Yeo, B. (2008). “Environmental Influences on Gender in the IT Workforce,” The Data Base for Advances in Information Systems. Volume 39, Number 1: 8-32. 

  • Blodgett, B.M, Xu, H., and Trauth, E.M. (2007). "Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Issues in Virtual Worlds." The Data Base for Advances in Information Systems, Volume 38, Number 4:97-99.

  • Trauth, E.M., Johnson, R.N., Morgan, A., Huang, H. and Quesenberry, J. (2007). "Diversity Education and Identity Development in an Information Technology Course," New Directions for Teaching and Learning, Special Issue on the Scholarship of Multicultural Teaching and Learning, Number 111: 81-87.

  • Cleary, P.F., Pierce, G., Trauth, E.M. (2006). "Closing the Digital Divide: Understanding Racial, Ethnic, Social Class, Gender and Geographic Disparities in Internet use Among School Age Children in the United States." Universal Access in the Information Society. 4, 354-373.

  • Trauth, E.M., Howcroft, D. (2006). "Critical Empirical Research in IS: An Example of Gender and IT." Information Technology & People, Special Issue on Critical Research in Information Systems. 19, 272-292.

  • Trauth, E.M., Niederman, F. (2006). "Achieving Diversity in the IT Workforce: Issues and Interventions." The Data Base for Advances in Information Systems, Special Issue on Achieving Diversity in the IT Workforce. 37, 8-10.

  • Quesenberry, J.L., Trauth, E.M., Morgan, A.J. (2006). "Understanding the Mommy Tracks? A Framework for Analyzing Work-Family Issues in the IT Workforce." Information Resources Management Journal. 19, 37-53.

  • Kvasny, L., Greenhill, A., Trauth, E.M. (2005). "Giving Voice to Feminist Projects in Management Information Systems Research." International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction. 1, 1-18.

  • Trauth, E.M., Nielsen, S.H., Von Hellens, L.A. (2003). "Explaining the IT Gender Gap: Australian Stories for the New Millennium." Australian Computer Society Journal of Research and Practice in IT. 35, 7-20.

  • Trauth, E.M. (2002). "Odd Girl Out: An Individual Differences Perspective on Women in the IT Profession." Information Technology and People. 15, 98-118.

  • Kwan, S.K, Trauth, E.M., Driehaus, K.C. (1985). "Gender Differences and Computing Students' Assessment of Societal Influences," Education and Computing. 1(3), 187 - 194.

  • Mitroff, Ian L., Jacob, T., Trauth, E.M. (1977). "On the Shoulders of the Spouses of Scientists," Social Studies of Science. 7(8), 303 - 327.

Peer Reviewed Book Chapters

  • Keifer-Boyd, K., Trauth, E.M. and Wagner-Lawlor, J. (In press). “STEAM Embodied Curricula:Creativity through Translate-ability, Sense-ability, Response-ability,” in Teaching Creativity F. Bastos and E. Zimmerman (Eds.), Reston, VA:  National Art Education Association.

  • Trauth, E.M. and Quesenberry, J.L. (2007). "Gender and the Information Technology Workforce: Issues of Theory and Practice," in Managing IT Professionals in the Internet Age. P. Yoong and S. Huff (Eds.) Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 18-36.

  • Trauth, E.M., Huang, H., Morgan, A.J., Quesenberry, J.L., Yeo, B. (2006). "Investigating the Existence and Value of Diversity in the Global IT Workforce: An Analytical Framework." IT Workers: Human Capital Issues in a Knowledge-based Environment. 331-360. 

  • Morgan, A., Trauth, E.M. (2006). "Women and Social Capital Networks in the IT workforce." The Encyclopedia of Gender and Information Technology. 1245-1251.

  • Trauth, E.M. (2006). "An Agenda for Research on Gender Diversity in the Global Information Economy," in the Encyclopedia of Gender and Information Technology. xxix-xxiii.

  • Trauth, E.M. (2006). "Theorizing Gender and Information Technology Research Using the Individual Differences Theory of Gender and IT." The Encyclopedia of Gender and Information Technology. 1154-1159.

  • Trauth, E.M., Quesenberry, J.L., Yeo, B. (2006). "Environmental Context and Women in the IT Workforce," in the Encyclopedia of Gender and Information Technology. 276-281

  • Morgan, A., Trauth, E.M. (2006). "Women and Social Capital Networks in the IT workforce." The Encyclopedia of Gender and Information Technology. 1245-1251. 

  • Peghar, V., Quesenberry, J., Trauth, E.M. (2006). "A Reflexive Analysis of Questions for Women Entering the IT Workforce," in the Encyclopedia of Gender and Information Technology. 1075-1080.

  • Quesenberry, J.L., Trauth, E.M. (2006). "Understanding the Mommy Tracks in the IT Workforce." The Encyclopedia of Gender and Information Technology. 1178-1183.

  • Quesenberry, J.L., Trauth, E.M. (2005). "The Role of Ubiquitous Computing in Maintaining Work-Life Balance: Perspectives from Women in the IT Workforce." Designing Ubiquitous Information Environments: Socio-technical Issues and Challenges. 43-55

  • Tapia, A., Kvasny, L., Trauth, E.M. (2004). "Is There an IS Retention Gap for Women and Minorities? The Case for Moving In versus Moving Up." Strategies for Managing IS/IT Personnel. 143-164.

  • Kvasny L., Trauth, E.M. (2002). "The Digital Divide at Work and at Home: Discourses about Power and Underrepresented Groups in the Information Society." Global and Organizational Discourse About Information Technology. 273-294.

Invited Book Chapters 

  • Trauth, E.M. & Booth, K. (Forthcoming). “Reflections on Blended Learning.” In J. Carroll (Ed.) Innovative Practices in Teaching Information Sciences and Technology. London: Springer-Verlag.

  • Ferratt, T. and Trauth, E.M. (Forthcoming in 2014). "IS/IT Human Resource Development and Retention," in H. Topi (Ed.) Computer Science Handbook, Volume 2: Information Systems and Information Technology, Boca Raton, FL: Chapman & Hall and ACM.

  • Trauth, E.M. (Forthcoming). "Women in Information Technology Careers in the USA: Influences and Interventions," in Gender Learning. M. Buchmayr (Ed.), Linz, Austria: Johannes Kepler Universiät.

  • Trauth, E.M. (2011). "Rethinking Gender and MIS for the Twenty-first Century," in The Oxford Handbook on MIS. R. Galliers and W. Currie (Eds.) Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

  • Trauth, E.M., Quesenberry, J. and Huang, H. (2010). “Der Einfluss von Arbeitsräumen auf Geschlechterasymmetrien im IT-Bereich,” Internationale Arbeitsräume. Unsicherheiten und Herausforderungen (“The Effect of Workplace Factors on the IT Gender Imbalance in the United States” in International IT Workspaces: Uncertainties and Challenges.) E. Ruiz Ben (Ed.), Freiburg, Germany: Centaurus Verlag, pp. 153-187.

  • Trauth, E.M., Quesenberry, J.L. and Huang, H. (2009). "Factors Influencing Career Choice for Women in the Global Information Technology Workforce," in Technological Advancement in Developed and Developing Countries: Discoveries in Global Information Management. G. Hunter and F. Tan (Eds.), Hershey, PA: IGI Global. 

  • Trauth, E.M., Kvasny, L., Greenhill, A. (2007). "Conducting Feminist Gender Research in the Information Systems Field." Issues and Trends in Technology and Human Interaction. 1-24. 

  • Trauth, E.M, Howcroft, D. (2006). "Social Inclusion and the Information Systems Field: Why Now?." Social Inclusion: Societal and Organizational Implications for Information Systems. 3 - 12.

Refereed Conference Proceedings

  • Trauth, E.M., Cain, C., Joshi, K.D., Kvasny, L., and Booth, K. (2012). “Embracing Intersectionality in Gender and IT Career Choice Research,” Proceedings of the ACM SIGMIS Computers and People  Research Conference (Milwaukee, WI, May-June).

  • Trauth, E.M., Cain, C., Joshi, K.D., Kvasny, L. and Booth, K. (2012). “Understanding Underrepresentation in IT through Intersectionality,”  Proceedings of the 2012 iConference (Toronto, CA, February). 

  • Kvasny, L. Joshi, K.D. and Trauth, E.M. (2011). “The Influence of Self-Efficacy, Gender Stereotypes and the Importance of IT Skills on College Students’ Intentions to Pursue IT Careers,” Proceedings of the 2011 iConference (Seattle, WA, February).

  • Trauth, E.M., Joshi, K.D., Kvasny, L., Chong, J., Kulturel, S. and Mahar. J. (2010). "Millennials and Masculinity: A Shifting Tide of Gender Typing ICT?" Proceedings of the 16th Americas Conference on Information Systems (Lima, Peru, August).

  • Trauth, E.M. Adya, M., Armstrong, D., Joshi, K.D., Kvasny, L. Quesenberry, J., and Riemenschneider, C. (2010). "Taking Stock of Research on Gender and the IT Workforce." Proceedings of the ACM SIGMIS Computer Personnel Research Conference (Vancouver, BC, May).

  • Quesenberry, J.L. and Trauth, E.M. (2008). "Revisiting Career Path Assumptions: The Case of Women in the IT Workforce." Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (Paris, France, December).

  • Quesenberry, J.L., Trauth, E.M. (2007). "What Do Women Want?: An Investigation of Career Anchors among Women in the IT Workforce." ACM SIGMIS Conference on Computer Personnel Research.

  • Trauth, E.M., Quesenberry, J.L. (2006). "Are Women an Underserved Community in the IT Profession?." International Conference on Information Systems.

  • Trauth, E.M., Huang, H., Quesenberry, J.L. (2006). "Cross-Cultural Influences on Women in the IT Workforce." ACM SIGMIS Conference on Computer Personnel Research. 12-19.

  • Morgan, A.J., Jansen, B. J., Trauth, E.M. (2005). "Exploring Individual User Attitudes Towards Performance with Web Search Engines: An Extension Study." Eleventh Americas Conference on Information Systems.

  • Trauth, E.M., Quesenberry, J.L. (2005). "Individual Inequality: Women's Responses in the IT Profession." In Whitehouse, G. (ed.), Proceedings of the Women, Work and IT Forum, (Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, June): 23-24.

  • Trauth, E.M., Quesenberry, J.L., Yeo, B. (2005). "The Influence of Environmental Context on Women in the IT Workforce." ACM SIGMIS Conference on Computer Personnel Research. 24-31.

  • Morgan, A.J., Quesenberry, J.L., Trauth, E.M. (2004). "Exploring the Importance of Social Networks in the IT Workforce: Experiences with the 'Boy's Club,'." The Americas Conference on Information Systems. 1313-1320. 

  • Trauth, E.M., Quesenberry, J.L., Morgan, A.J. (2004). "Understanding the Under Representation of Women in IT: Toward a Theory of Individual Differences." ACM SIGMIS Conference on Computer Personnel Research. 114-119.

  • Kase, S.E., Trauth, E.M. (2003). "Toward a Model of Women in the IT Workplace." Americas Conference on Information Systems.

  • Kase, S.E, Trauth, E.M. (2003). "Assimilation, Accommodation and Activism: How Women in the IT Workplace Cope." Information Resource Management Association International Conference.

  • Beekjuyzen, J., Von Hellens, L., Neilson, S., Trauth, E.M. (2003). "Women Talking about IT Work - Duality or Dualism." ACM SIGCPR/MIS Conference.

  • Von Hellens, Liisa A., Nielsen, Sue H., Trauth, Eileen M. (2001). "Breaking and Entering the Male Domain: Women in the IT Industry." ACM SIGMIS Conference on Computer Personnel Research. 116-120.

  • Trauth, Eileen M., Nielsen, S, von Hellens, L (2000). "Explaining the IT Gender Gap: Australian Stories". Australian Conference on Information Systems.

Research Methods
Books

  • Howcroft, D. and Trauth, E.M. (Eds.) (2005). Handbook of Critical Information Systems Research: Theory and Application. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

  • Trauth, E.M. (Ed.) (2001). Qualitative Research in IS: Issues and Trends. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing.

Journal Articles

  • Howcroft, D. and Trauth, E.M. (2008). "The Implications of a Critical Agenda in Gender and IS Research," Information Systems Journal Special Issue: Exploring the Critical Agenda in IS Research. Volume 18, Number 2: 185-202.

  • Trauth, E.M. and Howcroft, D. (2006). "Critical Empirical Research in IS: An Example of Gender in IT," Information Technology and People, Special Issue on Critical Research in Information Systems, Volume 19, Number 3: 272-292.

  • Trauth, E.M. and Jessup, L. (2000). "Understanding Computer-mediated Discussions: Postivist and Interpretive Analyses of Group Support System Use." MIS Quarterly, Special Issue on Intensive Research, Volume 24, Number 1: 43-79.

Peer Reviewed Book Chapters

  • Trauth, E.M. and Howcroft, D. (2006). "Critical Research on Gender and Information Systems," in Encylcopedia of Gender and Information Technology. E.M. Trauth (Ed.), Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 276-281.

  • Trauth, E.M. (2005). "Qualitative Methods in IS Research," in Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology. M. Khosrow-Pour (Ed.), Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 2378-2381.

  • Howcroft, D. and Trauth, E.M. (2004). "The Choice of Critical IS Research," in Relevant Theory and Informed Practice - Looking Forward from a 20 Year Perspective on IS Research. B. Kaplan, D.P. Truex, D. Wastell, A.T. Wood-Harper and J.I. DeGross (Eds.), Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers: 195-211.

  • Trauth, E.M. (1997). "Achieving the Research Goal with Qualitative Methods: Lessons Learned along the Way," in Information Systems and Qualitative Research. A.S. Lee, J. Liebenau, and J.I. DeGross (Eds.), London: Chapman & Hall: 225-245.

  • Trauth, E.M. and O'Connor, B. (1991). "A Study of the Interaction Between Information Technology and Society: An Illustration of Combined Qualitative Research Methods," Information Systems Research: Contemporary Approaches & Emergent Traditions. H.E. Nissen, H.K. Klein and R. Hirsccheim (Eds.), Amsterdam: North-Holland: 131-144.

Invited Book Chapters

  • Howcroft, D. and Trauth, E.M. (2005). "Choosing Critical IS Research," in Handbook of Information Systems Research: Critical Perspectives on Information Systems Design, Development and Implementation. D. Howcroft and E.M. Trauth (Eds.), Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing: 1-15.

  • Trauth, E.M. (2001). "The Choice of Qualitative Methods in IS Research," in Qualitative Research in IS: Issues and Trends. E.M. Trauth (Ed.), Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 1-19.

  • Trauth, E.M. (2001). "Choosing Qualitative Methods in IS Research: Lessons Learned," in Qualitative Research in IS: Issues and Trends. E.M. Trauth (Ed.), Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 271-287.

Ireland
Books

  • Trauth, E.M. (2000). The Culture of an Information Economy: Influences and Impacts in the Republic of Ireland. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluver Academic Publishers.

Journal Articles

  • Weisinger, J.Y. and Trauth, E.M. (2003). "THe Importance of Situating Culture in Cross-Cultural IT Management," IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Special Issue on Cross-Cultural IT Management, Volume 50, Number 4: 306-320.

  • Weisinger, J.Y. and Trauth, E.M. (2002). "Situating Culture in the Global Information Sector," Information Technology and People, Volume 15, Number 4: 306-320.

  • Trauth, E.M. 2001. "Mapping Information-sector Work to the Workforce: The Lessons from Ireland," Communications of the ACM, Special Issue on The Global IT Workforce, Volume 44, Number 7: 74-75

  • Trauth, E.M. (1999). "Leapfrogging an IT Labor Force: Multinational and Indigenous Perspectives," Journal of Global Information Management, Volume 7, Number 2 (April-June): 22-32

  • Trauth, E.M. (1995). "Women in Ireland's Information Industry: Voices from Inside," Eire-Ireland, Volume 30, Number 3 (Fall): 133-150.

  • Trauth, E.M. and Pitt, D.C. (1992). "Competition in the Telecommunications Industry: A New Global Paradigm and Its Limits," Journal of Information Technology, Volume 7, Number 1 (March): 3-11.

Peer Reviewed Book Chapters

  • Trauth, E.M. (2005). "Leapfrogging an IT Sector," in Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology. M. Khosrow-Pour (Ed.), Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 1799-1802.

  • Heavin, C., Fitzgerald, B. and Trauth, E.M. (2003). "Factors Influencing Ireland's Software Industry: Lessons for Economic Development through IT," in Information Systems Perspectives and Challenges in the Context of Globalization. M. Korpela and R. Montealeagre (Eds.), Boston, Kluwer Academic Publishers: 235-252.

  • Trauth, E.M. (1996). "Impact of an Imported IT Sector: Lessons from Ireland," in Information Technology Development and Policy: Theoretical Perspectives and Practical Challenges. E.M. Roche and M.J. Blaine (Eds.), Aldershot, UK: Avebury Publishing Ltd.: 245-261.

  • Trauth, E.M. (1993). "Educating Information Technology Professionals for Work in Ireland: An Emerging Post-industrial Country," Global Information Technology Education: Issues and Trends, M. Khosrowpour and K. loch (eds.), Harrisburg, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 205-233.

International Research
Journal Articles

  • Techatassanasoontorn, A., Huang, H., Trauth, E.M. and Juntiwasarakij, S. (2011). "Analyzing ICT and Development: Thailand's Path to the Information Economy," Journal of Global Information Management, 19, 1, 1-29.

  • Trauth, E.M., Quesenberry, J.L., and Huang, H. (2008). "A Multicultural Analysis of Factors Influencing Career Choice for Women in the Information Technology Workforce." Journal of Global Information Management, 16(4), 1-23. Recipient of Outstanding Published Journal Award by IGI Global Excellence in Information Technology Research Journal Award Program.

  • Weisinger, J.Y., Trauth, E.M. (2003). "The Importance of Situating Culture in Cross-Cultural IT Management." IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Special Issue on Cross-cultural IT Management. 50(1), 26-30.

  • Weisinger, J.Y., Trauth, E.M. (2002). "Situating Culture in the Global Information Sector." Information Technology & People. 15, 306-320.

  • Trauth, E.M. (1999). "Leapfrogging an IT Labor Force: Multinational and Indigenous Perspectives." Journal of Global Information Management. 7, 22-32. 

  • Trauth, E.M. and Thomas, R.S. (1993). "Electronic Data Interchange: A New Frontier for Global Standards Policy," Journal of Global Information Management, Volume 1, Number 4 (Fall): 6-16. 

  • Trauth, E.M. and Pitt, D.C. (1992). "Competition in the Telecommunications Industry: A New Global Paradigm and Its Limits," Journal of Information Technology, Volume 7, Number 1 (March): 3-11.

Peer Reviewed Book Chapters

  • Huang, H.H. and Trauth, E.M. (2007). "Cultural Diversity Challenges: Issues for Managing Globally distributed Knowledge Workers in Software Development," in Managing IT Professionals in the Internet Age. P. Yoong and S. Huff (Eds.), Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 253-275.

  • Xiao, L., Convertino, G., Trauth, E.M., Carroll, J.M., Rosson, M.B. (2005). "Supporting Culture in Computer-Supported Cooperative Work." in Encyclopedia of Human Computer Interaction. C. Ghaoui (Ed.), Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing: 567 - 573.

  • Trauth, E.M., Derksen, F.E., and Mevissen, H.M. (1993). "The Influence of Societal Factors on the Diffusion of Electronic Data Interchange in the Netherlands," Information Systems Development: Human, Social and Organizational Aspects. D. Avison, J. Kendall, and J.I. DeGross (Eds.), Amsterdam: North-Holland: 323-337.

Invited Book Chapters

  • Shen, Y., Straub, D. and Trauth, E.M. (2007). "Public ICT Policy Initiatives and Deployment: Theories, Stakeholders, Success Factors, and Regulatory Tools," in Managing Global Information Technology: Strategies and Challenges. P. Palvia (Ed.), Hershey, PA: Ivy League Publishing: 151-166.

  • Trauth, E.M., Derksen, F.E.J.M., and Mevissen, H.M.J. (1998). "Societal Factors and the Diffusion of EDI", in EDI and Data Networking in the Public Sector: Governmental Action, Diffusion and Impacts. K.V. Andersen (Ed.), Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers: 43-61.

Refereed Conference Proceedings

  • Huang, H. and Trauth, E.M. (2010). "Identity and Cross-cultural Management in Globally Distributed Information Technology Work." Procedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (St. Louis, MO, December). 

  • Huang, H. and Trauth, E.M. (2008). "Cultural Influences on Temporal Separation and Coordination in Globally Distributed Software Development."Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (Paris, France, December) Paper 134.

  • Huang, H., Trauth, E.M. (2007). "Cultural Influences and Global Information Systems Development Work: Experiences from Chinese IT Professionals," ACM SIGMIS Computer Personnel Research Conference.

  • Trauth, E.M., Huang, H., Quesenberry, J.L. (2006). "Cross-Cultural Influences on Women in the IT Workforce." ACM SIGMIS Conference on Computer Personnel Research. 12-19. 

Economic Development
Peer Reviewed Book Chapters

  • Yeo, B. and Trauth, E.M. (2009). "The Call for Transformational Governance in the Knowledge Economy: An Investigation of Three Cases," in ICT Enabled Transformational Government: A Global Perspective. V. Weerakkody, M Janssen and Y.K. Dwivedi (Eds.), Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Refereed Conference Proceedings

  • Trauth, E.M. and Erickson, L. (2012). “Social Inclusion in the Information Economy:  The Context of University-Industry Collaborations for Regional Innovation,” iConference 2011 (Seattle, WA). 

  • Trauth, E.M. and Juntiwasarakij, S. (2010). “Knowledge  Transfer Challenges for Universities and SMEs in the USA.” Proceedings of the 16th Americas Conference on Information Systems (Lima, Peru, August). 

  • Juntiwasarakij, S. and Trauth, E. (2009). “Exploring Contemporary Issues in Knowledge Transfer in IT Outsourcing: The Theoretical Perspective.” Proceeding of the 15th Americas Conference on Information Systems (San Francisco, CA, August).

  • Trauth, E.M., Quesenberry, J.L., Huang, H., and McKnight, S. (2008). "Linking Economic Development and Workforce Diversity through Action Research." Proceedings of the ACM SIGMIS Computer Personnel Research Conference (Charlottesburg, VA, April). (Magid Igbaria Memorial Best Paper Award.)

  • Trauth, E.M., Reinert, M. and Zigner, M. (2007). “A Regional IT Occupational Partnership for Economic Development,” Proceedings of the ACM SIGMIS Computer Personnel Research Conference (St. Louis, MO, April). 112-120.

  • Yeo, B., Trauth, E.M., Wong, P. (2004). "Infrastructural Challenges in Developing an Information Economy in Humbolt County, California." Americas Conference on Information Systems. 

  • Elliot, S., Andersen, K.V., Trauth, E.M. and Reich, S. (Eds.) (2004). "Multi-Disciplinary Solutions to Industry & Government's E-Business Challenges." Proceedings of the IFIP WG8.4 Working Conference on E-business. Laxenburg, Austria: Trauner Druck. 

Last Updated: 05-September-2019