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Towards a heart and soul for co-creative research practice: A systemic approach (2019)
Journal Article
Nicholas, G., Foote, J., Kainz, K., Midgley, G., Prager, K., & Zurbriggen, C. (2019). Towards a heart and soul for co-creative research practice: A systemic approach. Evidence and Policy, 15(3), 353-370. https://doi.org/10.1332/174426419X15578220630571

The language of co-creation has become popular with policy makers, researchers and consultants wanting to support evidence-based change. However, there is little agreement about what features a research or consultancy project must have for peers to r... Read More about Towards a heart and soul for co-creative research practice: A systemic approach.

When humans using the IT artifact becomes IT using the human artifact (2018)
Journal Article
Demetis, D., & Lee, A. (2018). When humans using the IT artifact becomes IT using the human artifact. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 19(10), 929-952. https://doi.org/10.17705/1jais.00514

Following Demetis & Lee (2016) who showed how systems theorizing can be conducted on the basis of a few systems principles, in this conceptual paper, we apply these principles to theorize about the systemic character of technology and investigate the... Read More about When humans using the IT artifact becomes IT using the human artifact.

Economic simulation of cryptocurrencies (2018)
Journal Article
Mainelli, M. R., Leitch, M., & Demetis, D. (2018). Economic simulation of cryptocurrencies. Capco Journal, 47, 89-101

Cryptocurrencies have the potential to become effective currencies that give a higher level of macroeconomic control, thanks to the information that is available about holdings and transactions, and the potential for automated control mechanisms. How... Read More about Economic simulation of cryptocurrencies.

Alternative histories and futures of International Fisheries Law (2018)
Book Chapter
Barnes, R. (in press). Alternative histories and futures of International Fisheries Law. In Strengthening International Fisheries Law in an era of changing oceansBloomsbury Publishing

Counterfactual thinking is used to analyse historical events or the effectiveness of political regimes. It is also used to show the contingency of events. What if we were to apply counterfactual thinking to the international regulation of fisheries?... Read More about Alternative histories and futures of International Fisheries Law.

The systemic role of technology in financial instability (2017)
Book Chapter
Demetis, D. (2017). The systemic role of technology in financial instability. In The financial crisis and white collar crime: legislative and policy responsesTaylor & Francis (Routledge)

This chapter examines the role of Information Systems (IS) in creating financial instability by automating critical decision-making processes. By following a systems theoretical approach after Lee and Demetis (2016) and based on a few fundamental sys... Read More about The systemic role of technology in financial instability.

Fighting money laundering with technology: a case study of Bank X in the UK (2017)
Journal Article
Demetis, D. S. (2018). Fighting money laundering with technology: a case study of Bank X in the UK. Decision Support Systems, 105, 96-107. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dss.2017.11.005

This paper presents a longitudinal interpretive case study of a UK bank’s efforts to combat Money Laundering (ML) by expanding the scope of its profiling of ML behaviour. The concept of structural coupling, taken from systems theory, is used to refle... Read More about Fighting money laundering with technology: a case study of Bank X in the UK.

Taking the first step with systems theorizing in information systems : a response (2017)
Journal Article
Demetis, D. S., & Lee, A. S. (2017). Taking the first step with systems theorizing in information systems : a response. Information and Organization, 27(3), 163-170. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.infoandorg.2017.06.003

We address the commentaries of Robey and Mikhaeil, of Mingers, and of Schultze which provided responses to our paper, “Crafting theory to satisfy the requirements of systems science.” We find their responses useful for reflecting on the development o... Read More about Taking the first step with systems theorizing in information systems : a response.

What meaning for sustainability? The role of tourism academics in securing impact (2016)
Journal Article
Correia, F. (2017). What meaning for sustainability? The role of tourism academics in securing impact. Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events, 9(2), 224-227. https://doi.org/10.1080/19407963.2016.1258511

© 2016 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. CONTEXT: This section of the journal encourages discussion between several authors on a policy-related topic. The same question may, therefore, be addressed from different theoretical, c... Read More about What meaning for sustainability? The role of tourism academics in securing impact.

Boundary objects, power, and learning: The matter of developing sustainable practice in organizations (2016)
Journal Article
Hawkins, B., Pye, A., & Correia, F. (2017). Boundary objects, power, and learning: The matter of developing sustainable practice in organizations. Management Learning, 48(3), 292-310. https://doi.org/10.1177/1350507616677199

This article develops an understanding of the agential role of boundary objects in generating and politicizing learning in organizations, as it emerges from the entangled actions of humans and non-humans. We offer two empirical vignettes in which mid... Read More about Boundary objects, power, and learning: The matter of developing sustainable practice in organizations.

Crafting theory to satisfy the requirements of systems science (2016)
Journal Article
Demetis, D. S., & Lee, A. S. (2016). Crafting theory to satisfy the requirements of systems science. Information and Organization, 26(4), 116-126. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.infoandorg.2016.09.002

Just as Lee, Briggs & Dennis (2014) showed that a rigorous conception of “explanation” leads to requirements for a positivist theory to satisfy, and just as Lee & Hovorka (2015) showed that a rigorous conception of “interpretation” leads to requireme... Read More about Crafting theory to satisfy the requirements of systems science.

Crafting theory to satisfy the requirements of systems science (2016)
Journal Article
Lee, A. S., & Demetis, D. S. (2016). Crafting theory to satisfy the requirements of systems science. Proceedings of the ... Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 49, 5075-5084. https://doi.org/10.1109/hicss.2016.628

This is a copy of a paper presented at 2016 49th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences and published in Hawaii international conference on system sciences, 2016, v.49.