Imperial College London

DrGianluigiViscusi

Business School

Senior Research Fellow
 
 
 
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Business School BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Summary

Gianluigi Viscusi received the Ph.D. degree in 2007 at the University of Milano Bicocca, Italy. His research interests include information systems strategy and planning, business modeling, e-Government, information quality and value, social study of information systems, and crowd-driven innovation. He is member of the IEEE Computer Society as well as of the ACM, AIS, Informs, and the AOM society. In 2010 he has co-authored with Carlo Batini and Massimo Mecella the book “Information Systems for eGovernment: a quality of service perspective” (Springer, Heidelberg) and in 2018 he has been editor with Christopher Tucci and Allan Afuah of the book "Creating and Capturing Value through Crowdsourcing" (Oxford University Press).

Selected Publications

Journal Articles

Rossi E, Rubattino C, Viscusi G, 2019, Big data use and challenges: Insights from two internet-mediated surveys, Computers, Vol:8

Tucci C, Viscusi G, Gautschi H, 2018, Translating science into business innovation: the case of open food and nutrition data hackathons, Frontiers in Nutrition, Vol:5, ISSN:2296-861X, Pages:1-6

Batini C, Castelli M, Viscusi G, et al., 2018, Digital Information Asset Evaluation: A Case Study in Manufacturing, Data Base for Advances in Information Systems, Vol:49, ISSN:0095-0033, Pages:19-33

Viscusi G, Batini C, 2016, Information Production and Social Value for Public Policy: A Conceptual Modeling Perspective, Policy and Internet, Vol:8, ISSN:1944-2866, Pages:334-353

Achi A, Salinesi C, Viscusi G, 2016, Innovation capacity and the role of information systems: a qualitative study, Journal of Management Analytics, Vol:3, ISSN:2327-0012, Pages:333-360

Misuraca G, Viscusi G, 2015, Shaping public sector innovation theory: an interpretative framework for ICT-enabled governance innovation, Electronic Commerce Research, Vol:15, ISSN:1389-5753, Pages:303-322

Batini C, Rula A, Scannapieco M, et al., 2015, From Data Quality to Big Data Quality, Journal of Database Management, Vol:26, ISSN:1063-8016, Pages:60-82

Misuraca G, Viscusi G, 2014, Is open data enough? E-governance challenges for open government, International Journal of Electronic Government Research, Vol:10, ISSN:1548-3886, Pages:18-34

Batini C, Viscusi G, Cherubini D, 2009, GovQual: A quality driven methodology for E-Government project planning, Government Information Quarterly, Vol:26, ISSN:0740-624X, Pages:106-117

Palmonari M, Viscusi G, Batini C, 2008, A semantic repository approach to improve the government to business relationship, Data & Knowledge Engineering, Vol:65, ISSN:0169-023X, Pages:485-511

Books

Tucci CL, Afuah A, Viscusi G, 2018, Creating and capturing value through crowdsourcing, ISBN:9780198816225

Viscusi G, Batini C, Mecella M, 2010, Information systems for eGovernment: A quality-of-service perspective, ISBN:9783642135705

Chapters

Viscusi G, Tucci CL, 2018, Three’s a crowd?, Creating and Capturing Value through Crowdsourcing, Pages:39-57, ISBN:9780198816225

Gautschi H, Viscusi G, 2017, Valuation, recognition, and signaling in the digital public sphere: The TED talk ranking ecosystem, Digital Marketplaces Unleashed, Pages:33-43, ISBN:9783662492741

Viscusi G, Batini C, 2014, Digital information asset evaluation: Characteristics and dimensions, Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation, Pages:77-86

Viscusi G, 2012, Representations, institutions, and is design: Towards a meth-odos, Phenomenology, Organizational Politics, and IT Design: The Social Study of Information Systems, Pages:131-141, ISBN:9781466603035

Conference

Bonazzi R, Viscusi G, Barbey V, 2017, Crowd and Experts' Knowledge: Connection and Value Through the Notion of Prism, 14th European, Mediterranean, and Middle Eastern Conference (EMCIS), SPRINGER-VERLAG BERLIN, Pages:646-654, ISSN:1865-1348

Misuraca G, Viscusi G, 2014, Digital governance in the Public Sector: Challenging the policy-maker's innovation dilemma, Pages:146-154

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