Alexander Y. Yap

Alexander Y. Yap is an Associate Professor of Information Systems at Elon University, North Carolina. He holds a Ph.D. degree in Information Systems from Copenhagen Business School (Denmark), an MBA in International Management from Exeter University (UK), and a Masters in Development Economics from Williams College (USA). He won the prestigious ‘ICIS Best Paper Award’ in Helsinki, Finland. His research papers have been published in the Journal of Global Information Management, the Journal of E-Commerce Research, Journal of Electronic Markets, and the Journal of Enterprise Information Systems, among others. He has also published in prestigious IS conferences, which include the ICIS, ECIS, and ACM.


Alexander Y. Yap. © 2012. 4 pages.
This Preface is included in the book Information Systems for Global Financial Markets: Emerging Developments and Effects.
Trading Anytime Anywhere with Ubiquitous Financial Information Systems
Alexander Y. Yap. © 2012. 18 pages.
Trading anytime anywhere ubiquitously is rapidly becoming a popular trading practice in the financial marketspace. When highly volatile financial global markets are becoming a...
Technology Bundling: Innovation for Online Brokerage Services
Alexander Y. Yap, Wonhi Synn. © 2012. 23 pages.
This chapter focuses on the theme of service innovation in the electronic brokerage sector. The discussion will cover the theories of “technology bundling” and how bundling...
Retrofitting Information Processes and Content Standardization in Response to Enterprise-Wide System Planning and Development: Organizational and Socio-Technical Influences as Determining Factors
Alexander Y. Yap. © 2005. 19 pages.
When a large conglomerate initiated the planning and development of an enterprise-wide electronic database system to form part of its growing e-business systems infrastructure...