NUS School of Computing
I mainly write theoretical papers that examine how digital organizing can be rationally designed, in dealing with complexity in information systems. My studies consist of three connected streams.
- Decentralized Organizational Design with Blockchain Technology (i.e., Regime)
- Managing Wisdom of Crowds in Crowdsourcing (i.e., Human Component)
- Managing Wisdom of AI in Organizational Rationality (i.e., Machine Component)
Computational Modeling, Econometrics
Li, J., Hahn, J., and Tayi, G. K. (2023). Meta-Organizational Learning Through Digital Consensus. International Conference of Information Systems Proceedings, Hyderabad, India.
Li, J., Zhou, J., and Hahn, J. (2023). Solving Problem with Generalists and Specialists: An Agent-based Simulation Model. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2023(1), 13364.