Carl H. Lindner College of BusinessCarl H. Lindner College of BusinessUniversity of Cincinnati

Carl H. Lindner College of Business

Andrew Harrison, PhD

Assistant Professor
Contact Information
E-mail:
Office:
307 Carl H. Lindner Hall
Phone:
513-556-3894
Fax:
513-556-5499
Teaching Interest
  • Data Modeling
  • Database Design
  • Data Warehousing
  • Big Data
  • Object-Oriented Programming
  • Information Systems Management
  • Project Management
Research Interest
  • Fraud Detection/Deterrence
  • Information Systems Adoption
  • Knowledge Management
  • Virtual Teamwork and Distance Learning
Awards | Honors

Organization:
Lindner College of Business
Name:
Dean's List of Teaching Excellence Spring 2017
Year Received:
2017


Organization:
Lindner College of Business
Name:
Daniel Westerbeck Junior Faculty Graduate Teaching Award (Nominee)
Year Received:
2017


Organization:
Dr. Michael L. Dean
Name:
Michael L Dean Excellence in Classroom Education and Learning EXCEL Graduate Teaching Award (Nominee)
Year Received:
2017


Organization:
Lindner College of Business
Name:
Dean's List of Teaching Excellence Fall 2016
Year Received:
2017


Organization:
Lindner College of Business
Name:
Dean's List of Teaching Excellence Spring 2016
Year Received:
2016


Organization:
Dr. Michael L. Dean
Name:
Michael L Dean Excellence in Classroom Education and Learning EXCEL Graduate Teaching Award
Year Received:
2016


Organization:
College of Business
Name:
Dean's List of Teaching Excellence Fall 2015
Year Received:
2015


Organization:
University of Cincinnati
Name:
Dean's List of Teaching Excellence Fall 2014
Year Received:
2014


Education

Institution:
Iowa State University
Location:
Ames, Iowa
Major:
Information Systems
Dissertation:
The effects of technology on interpersonal fraud
Completed:
2014
Degree:
Ph D


Institution:
Iowa State University
Location:
Ames, Iowa
Major:
Information Systems
Completed:
2009
Degree:
MBA


Institution:
Iowa State University
Location:
Ames, Iowa
Major:
Management Information Systems
Completed:
2005
Degree:
BS


Published Contributions

Andrew Harrison, Narayan Umanath,  (2017). Developing a Dependency Descriptive Entity Relationship Diagram. SIGSAND 2017 , .


Andrew Harrison, James Summers, Brian Mennecke,  (2016). The Effects of the Dark Triad on Unethical Behavior. Journal of Business Ethics, 1-25.


Janea Triplett, Andrew Harrison, Brian Mennecke, Akmal Mirsadikov,  (2016). A Framework for Detecting Covert Network Structures in Multilingual Groups. Journal of Virtual Worlds Research, 1-21.


William Dilla, Andrew Harrison, Brian Mennecke, Diane Janvrin,  (2013). The Assets are Virtual but the Behavior is Real: An Analysis of Fraud in Virtual Worlds and its Implications for the Real World. Journal of Information Systems, 131-158.


Brian Mennecke, Andrew Harrison, William Dilla,  (2013). Social Norms, Virtual Worlds, and Regulatory Behavior. Palgrave-Macmillan, .



Accepted Contributions

Jaime Windeler, Andrew Harrison,  (Accepted). Rethinking Media Synchronicity Theory: Examining the Cooperative Assumption. Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences.


Andrew Harrison,  (Accepted). The Effects of Media Capabilities on the Rationalization of Online Consumer Fraud. Journal of the Association for Information Systems.




Research in progress

Title:
Integrating Routine Activity Theory and the Fraud Triangle: A Unified Theory of Fraud

Description:
Routine Activity Theory and the Fraud Triangle are both useful theories for understanding fraud behaviors. The theories have significant theoretical overlap, but both theories offer specific insights into certain parts of fraud behaviors. Routine Activity Theory has a more nuanced understanding of the role of opportunity in unethical actions, whereas the Fraud Triangle emphasizes the role of the psychology of a potential perpetrator. We posit that these theoretical positions can be blended to gain the best insights from both models. Consequently, we present a unified theory of fraud behaviors that draws from both of these theoretical positions to create a more holistic understanding of how personal and environmental factors act as antecedents to fraudulent actions.

Status:
Writing Results

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Privacy Concerns and Data Stewardship

Description:
We are evaluating how psychological factors, system controls, and concerns about the privacy of data affect an employee's willingness to re-appropriate (misuse) customer data for personal benefit.

Status:
Writing Results

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Tales From the Wheel: An IT-Fueled Ride as an UBER Driver

Description:
Uber, a ride-sharing service, is a unique example of how technology can connect people. It has the potential to transform transportation by providing a technology-mediated marketplace for transportation of people and goods. This paper presents an ethnographic study of ride-sharing via Uber with a focus on examining the roles of technology and trust in this new marketplace. The authors used a grounded theory approach to interpret and analyze emergent themes collected from one of the author’s journals, interviews, and service logs as well as official documents and text messages. This analysis was used to develop a theoretical model that emphasizes the role of signals in developing expectations, clarifying roles, and adapting trust.

Status:
Writing Results

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
The Effects of Immersion and Social Inclusion on Punishment Behaviors in Virtual Teams

Description:
We are using a game theory approach to collect data about how immersion and group diversity affect punishment behaviors.


Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
The Moderating Effects of Risk and Punishment on the Dark Triad

Description:
We collected data from about 400 participants in organizational settings to uncover how risk of detection and severity of punishment affect fraud behaviors.

Status:
Writing Results

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Using Machine Learning to Improve Phishing Detection Training


Status:
Writing Results

Research Type:
Scholarly


Presentations

Title:
Developing a Dependency Descriptive Entity Relationship Diagram (DDERD)
Organization:
Association for Information Systems
Location:
Cincinnati, OH
Year:
2017


Title:
Big Data Integration and Fraud Detection
Organization:
UC Center for Business Analytics
Location:
Cincinnati, Ohio
Year:
2016


Title:
Tales From the Wheel: An IT-Fueled Ride as an UBER Driver
Organization:
Association for Information Systems
Location:
San Diego, California
Year:
2016


Title:
The Dark Internet
Organization:
Association for Information Systems
Location:
San Diego, California
Year:
2016


Title:
The Dark Triad and Online Consumer Fraud
Organization:
Infraguard
Location:
Sharonville, Ohio
Year:
2016


Title:
A Test of a Model of Fraudulent Behavior in a Purchasing Card Context
Organization:
American Accounting Association
Location:
Charlotte, North Carolina
Year:
2016


Title:
A Summary of: The Effects of Technology on Interpersonal Fraud
Organization:
AIS
Location:
Milan, Italy
Year:
2013


Title:
An Empirical Study of a Two-Sided Model of Fraudulent Exchange
Organization:
AIS
Location:
Orlando, Florida
Year:
2012


Title:
It takes two to tango: A proposed two-sided TAM/Fraud model of Social Exchange
Organization:
AIS / Big XII Universities
Location:
Dallas, Texas
Year:
2012


Title:
Dyadic knowledge transfer within organizations
Organization:
AIS
Location:
Maui, Hawaii
Year:
2012


Title:
Power interactions in enterprise system assimilation
Organization:
AIS
Location:
Detroit, Michigan
Year:
2011