Workshop: Introduction to Quantitative Research Methods
venue: Big seminar room, Convention Centre by the Observatory, Geismar Landstr. 11, 37083 Göttingen
Target group: Beginners
Available seats: 20
This course seeks to introduce you to the fundaments of quantitative research. It is mainly designed for those who begin to learn those methods and plan to conduct a quantitative research project.
This course will provide an overview of the quantitative research process and discuss the main components, including research questions, research hypotheses, research design, data collection, and data analysis. You will engage and analyze published research articles based on quantitative methods and develop your own research plan based on your research endeavor. In doing so, you will learn how to encounter common pitfalls and challenges of quantitative research and handle such to be prepared for your future quantitative research.
The following topics will be covered:
- Research question development
- Hypotheses derivation
- Study design
- Types of data
- Statistical analysis
Some familiarity with basic statistical terminologies is necessary to participate properly. In addition to that, reading the following literature is obligatory:
- Straub, D. W., Gefen, D., Recker, J., “Quantitative Research in Information Systems,” Association for Information Systems (AISWorld) Section on IS Research, Methods, and Theories, last updated March 25, 2022.
- Dennis, A. R., and Valacich, J. S. 2001. “Conducting Research in Information Systems” Communications of the Association for Information Systems (7), pp.1–41.
- Shadish, W. R., Cook, T. D., and Campbell, D. T. 2002. Experimental and quasi-experimental designs for generalized causal inference (2nd ed.), Boston, Houghton Mifflin.
To receive a certificate of active participation you need to meet the following demands:
- Before workshop: Read assigned research paper and literature, prepare a short presentation of research design of the read study
- In workshop: Active paticipation, presentation of pre-read research paper, group presentation of research design and analysis (15 min)
- After workshop: Documentation of Research plan (max 3 pages)
Dr. Maike Greve works as postdoc researcher and head of the Digital Health Research Group at Goettingen University. She is an ample expert in applied statistics and information systems. Her research interests encompass data justice, mobile health as well as information and communication technologies for development.
Recent publications of Dr. Maike Greve:
- 2022: "Is it COVID or a Cold?" An Investigation of the Role of Social Presence, Trust, and Persuasiveness for Users' Intention to Comply with COVID-19 Chatbots, European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), Timisoara, Romania. (Together with A. B. Brendel, J. Riquel, M. Böhme and S. Greulich).
- 2022: MEET YOUR NEW COLLE(AI)GUE – EXPLORING THE IMPACT OF HUMAN-AI INTERACTION DESIGNS ON USER PERFORMANCE, European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), Timisoara, Romania. (Together with M. Braun, J. Riquel, A. B. Brendel and L. M. Kolbe).
- 2022: Together We Are Stronger - Paving the Way for Value Co-Creation in Data Breach Responses, International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik 17: 1-18. (Together with T. O. Diesterhöft, A. Aslan and L. M. Kolbe)
- 2022: Can Our Health Data Stay Private? A Review and Future Directions for IS Research on Privacy-Preserving AI in Healthcare, International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik 17: 1-17. (Together with A. Aslan, T. O. Diesterhöft and L. M. Kolbe)
- 2022: The Double-Edged Sword of Health Data Breaches: A Comparison of Customer and Stock Price Perspectives on the Impact of Data Breaches of Response Strategies, Proceedings of Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 2022, pp. 1-10. (Together with K. Masuch and S. Trang)
Dr. Kristin Masuch just finished her PhD at the Chair of Information Security and Compliance at Goettingen University. She is an ample expert in business information systems. Her research interests are in information security behavior and security crisis response management.
Recent publications of Dr. Kristin Masuch:
- 2022: The Double-Edged Sword of Health Data Breaches: A Comparison of Customer and Stock Price Perspectives on the Impact of Data Breaches of Response Strategies, Proceedings of Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 2022, pp. 1-10. (Together with M. Greve and S. Trang)
- 2021: Apologize or Justify? Examining the Impact of Data Breach Response Actions on Stock Value of Affected Companies, Computers & Security, Volume 112, 2022, 102502, ISSN 0167-4048. (Together with M. Greve and S. Trang)
- 2021 (accepted for publication): What to do after a data breach? Examining apology and compensation as response strategies for health service providers, Electronic Markets. (Together with M. Greve and S. Trang)
- 2021: (I Can’t Get No) Electrification – A Qualitative-Empirical Study on Electrification of Transportation Fleets, Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Austin, USA. (Together with C. Harnischmacher, F. Reschke, A. B. Brendel and L. M. Kolbe)