Dr. Ulku Yaylacicegi Clark

Clark

Associate Professor of Management Information Systems
Analytics, Information Systems & Supply Chain

Computer Information Systems Bldg 2020
University of North Carolina Wilmington
601 South College Road
Wilmington, NC   28403 - 5611
Phone: 910.962.3901
Fax: 910.962.3068
Email: clarku [ clarku AT uncw DOT edu ]
Web Page: http://csb.uncw.edu/people/clarku

OfficeHours 
MW 9:00 AM Noon
TR 11:00 AM 1:00 PM

Biography
Dr. Ulku Yaylacicegi Clark, Associate Professor, joined the faculty of the Information Systems and Operations Management Department in fall, 2005. Dr. Clark earned her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from The University of Texas at Dallas, and B.S. from Bogazici University at Istanbul, Turkey. Her research focuses on telecommunications policy and technology strategy. Her teaching interests include telecommunications and network security.

Education
  • PhD, Management Information Systems, Management Science, University of Texas, Dallas, 2005
  • MS, Information Technology and Management, University of Texas, Dallas, 2002
  • Grad Study, International Management Certificate, Istanbul University, 1999
  • BS, , Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey, 1998

Recent Publications
The Effect of Information Technology Investments in Healthcare: A Longitudinal Study of its Lag, Duration and Economic Value , IEEE TEM , 2010; ; (U. Clark, S. Das N. Menon)

EHR: Improving Patient Safety and Quality , IJBSR - EHR , 2010; ; (U. Clark, S. Bourgeois)

Differential Impacts of Types of Information Technology in Hospitals , Journal of Management Information Systems , 2009; V.26 N.1 Summer pp. 297-316 ; (U. Clark, Nirup Menon; Asunur Cezar)

Less is more when developing PowerPoint Animations , Information Systems Education Journal , 2009; V.7 N.82 pp. 1-11 ; (U. Clark, Steven Mahar and Thomas Janicki)

The Impact of Technology Diffusion on Employment, Compensation, and Productivity: Evidence from the Telecommunications Sector , The Journal of Information Systems Applied Research , 2009; V.2 N.5 pp. 3-19 ; (U. Clark, Rabih Moussawi)

The Dark Side of Custom Animation , International Journal of Innovation and Learning , 2009; V.6 N.6 pp. 581-592 ; (U. Clark, Steven Mahar and Thomas Janicki)

Less is more when developing PowerPoint Animations , Proceedings of the 25th Annual Conference for IS Educators , 2008; ; (U. Clark, Steven Mahar and Thomas Janicki)

The Impact of Technology Diffusion on Employment and Compensation: Evidence from the Telecommunications Sector , Proceedings of the 1st Annual Conference for IS Applied Research , 2008; ; (U. Clark, Sumit Majumdar and Rabih Moussawi)

Anticipated changes to technologies employed by IT departments in 2009 , Proceedings of the 1st Annual Conference for IS Applied Research , 2008; ; (U. Clark, Thomas Janicki, Robert Logan and Steve Mahar)

Using ISO 90003 for Software Design and Development in Large Virtual Teams , Industrial Management and Data Systems , 2008; V.108 N.6 pp. 775-793 ; (U. Clark, Cem Canel, Sidhartha R. Das)

Quest for Efficiency: Assessing the Impact of Mergers on Performance in the US Telecommunications Industry , Proceedings of EARIE, Valencia, Spain , 2007; ; (U. Clark, Sumit Majumdar, Rabih Moussawi)

The Impact of Mergers on Technical Progress in the US Telecommunications Industry, 1988 to 2001 , Proceedings of Conference on Competition and Regulation in Network Industries, Corfu, Greece , 2007; ; (U. Clark, Sumit Majumdar, Rabih Moussawi)

User Perceptions of Security Technologies , Proceedings of DSI, Phoenix, Arizona , 2007; ; (U. Clark, Douglas Kline, Ling He)

A Case Study of the Network Installation Process , Proceedings of ISECON, Dallas, TX , 2006; ; (U. Clark)

User Perceptions of Security Technologies , Proceedings of DSI, San Antonio, TX , 2006; ; (U. Clark, Douglas Kline, Ling He)

The Impact of Mergers on Performance in the US Telecommunications Industry, 1988 to 2001 , Proceedings of 34th TPRC , 2006; ; (U. Clark, Sumit Majumdar, Rabih Moussawi)


Areas of Interest
  • Telecom Policy
  • Healthcare IT Productivity
  • Information Security

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