Richard Baskerville

Richard L. Baskerville is a professor of Information Systems at Georgia State University. His research and authored works regard security of information systems, methods of information systems design and development, and the interaction of information systems and organizations. He is a chartered engineer, holds a BS summa cum laude, from The University of Maryland, and the MSc and PhD degrees from The London School of Economics, University of London.


Richard Baskerville. © 2009. 2 pages.
This Foreword is included in the book Information Systems Research Methods, Epistemology, and Applications.
Hacker Wars: E-Collaboration by Vandals and Warriors
Richard Baskerville. © 2006. 16 pages.
This article develops an analytical framework for new forms of information warfare that may threaten commercial and government computing systems by using e-collaboration in new...
Growing Systems in an Emergent Organization
Duane P. Truex, Richard Baskerville, Heinz K. Klein. © 2001. 10 pages.
The degree of organizational change is reaching a frenzied pace. Organizational change is currently driven by the rapid development of commercial technology, global markets and...