Director, Social Analytics Institute
Office: 117 Sirrine Hall
Personal Website: http://people.clemson.edu/~jthatch
Ph.D. Business Administration
M.P.A. Public Administration
B.S. Political Science
MGT 318 - Introduction to Information Systems
ProfileJason Thatcher holds degrees in History (Cum Laude) and Political Science (Cum Laude) from the University of Utah as well as a M.P.A. from the Askew School of Public Administration and Policy and a Ph.D. in Business Administration from the College of Business at Florida State University. Dr. Thatcher is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Beta Gamma Sigma, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and the PhD Project. He was a participant in the 2001 ICIS Doctoral Student Consortium. Dr. Thatcher teaches courses in Management Information Systems (MIS) and Strategic Management. Prior to joining Clemson University, he won a teaching award at Florida State University. Dr. Thatcher won the College of Business and Behavioral Science 2008 Undergraduate Teaching Excellence Award at Clemson University. He is a member of the Circle of Compadres for contributions to mentoring minority Ph.D. students in Information Systems and related STEM disciplines.
Dr. Thatcher's research examines the influence of individual beliefs and characteristics on adaptive and maladaptive uses of information technology. He also studies strategic and human resource management issues related to the effective application of information technologies in organizations. His work appears, or is scheduled to appear, in MIS Quarterly (4 times), Journal of Management Information Systems, European Journal of Information Systems (2 times), Journal of Strategic Information Systems, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management (5 times), ACM Transactions on Information Systems, Journal of Management, American Review of Public Administration, the Journal of Applied Psychology, and Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. Dr. Thatcher won the College of Business and Behavioral Science 2006 Emerging Scholar Research Award and 2012 Senior Scholar Research Award at Clemson University. His work has been funded by grants or gifts in kind from the National Science Foundation, National Parks Service, Wiley Books, Salesforce.com, and IBM.
19. Tams, S., Hill, K., Ortiz, A., Thatcher, J.B., and Grover, V. (Conditionally Accepted). “NeuroIS – Alternative or Complement to Existing Methods? Examining the Correlation between Neuroscience and Self-Reported Data.” Journal of the AIS.
18. Gerow, J. Thatcher, J.B., and Grover, V. (Forthcoming). Six Types of IT-Business Strategic Alignment: An Investigation of the Constructs and Their Measurement.” European Journal of Information Systems.
17. Wright, R.T., Jensen, M., Thatcher, J.B., Dinger M., and Marett, K. (Conditionally Accepted). “Principles of Persuasion and Phishing: A Field Experiment.” Information Systems Research.
16. Galluch, P., Grover, V., and Thatcher, J.B. (Forthcoming). “Interruptions and Information Technology Use: An Experimental Examination.” Journal of the AIS.
15. Lankton, N., McKnight, M., and Thatcher. J.B. (Forthcoming). “Incorporating Trust-in-Technology into Expectation Disconfirmation Theory.” Journal of Strategic Information Systems.
14. Roth, P., Bobko, P., VanIddekie, C., and Thatcher, J.B. (Forthcoming). “Social Media in Employee Selection-Related Decisions: A Research Agenda for Uncharted Territory.” Journal of Management.
13. Carter, M., Wright, R.T., Thatcher, J.B., and Klein, R. (2014). “Understanding Online Customers’ Ties to Merchants: The Moderating Influence of Trust on the Relationship Between Switching Costs and E-Loyalty.” European Journal of Information Systems. 23(1): 185-204.
12. Gerow, J., Ayyargi, R., Thatcher, J.B., and Roth, P. (2013). “Can we have fun @ work? The role of intrinsic motivation for utilitarian systems.” European Journal of Information Systems. 22: 360-380.
9. Lankton, L., McKnight, D.M., and Thatcher, J.B. (2012). “The Moderating Effects of Privacy Restrictiveness and Experience on Trusting Beliefs and Habit: An Empirical Test of Intention to Continue Using a Social Networking Website.” IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management. 59(4): 654-665.
10. Dinger, M., Thatcher, J.B., Stepina, L., and Craig, C. (2012). “The Grass is Always Greener on the Other Side: A Test of Present and Alternative Job Utility on IT Professionals' Turnover.” IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management. 59(3): 364-378.
9. Chin, W., Thatcher, J.B., Wright, R. (2012). “Assessing Common Method Bias: Evaluating the ULMC Technique.” MIS Quarterly. 36(3): 1003-1019.
*Author order alphabetical - all authors contributed equally.
8. Ply, J., Moore, J., Williams, C., and Thatcher, J.B., (2012). “IS Employee Attitudes and Perceptions at Varying Levels of Software Process Maturity.” MIS Quarterly. 36(2): 601-624.
7. Polites, G.L., Roberts, N., and Thatcher, J.B. (2012). “Conceptualizing Models Using Multidimensional Constructs: A Review and Guidelines for their Use.” European Journal of Information Systems. 21(1): 22-48.
6. McKnight, D.H., Carter, M., Thatcher, J.B., and Clay, P. (2011). “Trust in a Specific Technology: An Investigation of Its Components and Measures.” ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems. 2(2): 1-15.
5. Carter, M., Grover, V., and Thatcher, J.B. (2011). "The Emerging Role of CIO Technology Strategist." MIS Quarterly Executive. 10(1): 19-29.
4. Thatcher, J., McKnight, H., Arsal, R., Baker, E., and Roberts, N. (2011). “The Role of Trust in Post-Adoption IT Exploration: An Empirical Examination of Knowledge Management Systems.” IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management. 58(1): 56-70.
3. Zagenczyk, T.J., Scott, K.D., Gibney, R., Murrell, A.J., & Thatcher, J.B. (2010). “Social Influence and Perceived Organizational Support: A Social Networks Analysis.” Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 111(2): 127-138.
2. Pak, R., Price, M., and Thatcher, J.B. (2009). “Age-Sensitive Design of Online Health Information: Comparative Usability Study.” Journal of Medical Internet Research. 11(4):e45.
1. Thatcher, J.B., Zimmer, J.C., Gundlach, M.J. and McKnight, D.H. (2008). “Individual and Human-Assisted Computer Self-Efficacy: An Empirical Investigation.” IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management. 55(4): 628-644.