Kaveh Abhari, Ph.D.

Kaveh Abhari

Assistant Professor

Office: SSE-3200
Mail Code: 8221
Phone: 619-594-0746
Email: [email protected]
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Interests: Social Computing Applications and Design for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Education.

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  •  Ph.D., University of Hawaii at Manoa, Communication & Information Sciences.
  • Abhari K., Xiao B.S., Davidson E. (2018). The Role of Actor Capability in (Re)Defining Technology Affordances: The Case of Open Innovation Platform. In: Nah FH., Xiao B. (eds) HCI in Business, Government, and Organizations. HCIBGO 2018. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 10923. Springer, Cham.
  • Abhari, K., Davidson, E., & Xiao, B. (2018). A Risk Worth Taking? The Effects of Risk and Prior Experience on Co-Innovation Participation. Internet Research. 28 (3) pp. 804-825.
  • Abhari, K., Davidson, E., & Xiao, B. (2018). Classifying Motivations in Social Product Development Networks: A Discriminant Analysis of Actor Profiles. The 51st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Hawaii. pp. 523-532.
  • Abhari, K., Davidson, E. J., Xiao, B. (2017). Co-Innovation Platform Affordances: Developing a Conceptual Model and Measurement Instrument. Industrial Management & Data Systems, 117(5), 873–895.
  • Abhari, K., Xiao, B., Davidson, E. J. (2017). Communication in co-innovation networks: A moderated mediation model of social affordances, social experience, and desire for learning. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (vol. 10293 LNCS, pp. 139–153).
  • Abhari, K., (2017). A Connectivist Approach to Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners: The Role of Social Technologies. Teaching, Colleges & Community Worldwide Conference (April ed.).
  • Abhari, K., Davidson, E. J., Xiao, B. (2017). Co-innovation Experience in Social Product Development Networks : Construct Development and Measurement Validation. The 23rd Americas Conference on Information Systems. Boston.
  • Abhari, K., Davidson, E. J., Xiao, B. (2017). Perceived Individual Risk of Co-innovation in Collaborative Innovation Networks. The 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (pp. 873–882).
  • Abhari, K., Smidt, H. (2017). The Future of Social Learning: A Connectivist Approach to Using Social Technologies for Inclusive and Socially Responsible Education. The 23rd Americas Conference on Information Systems.
  • Smidt, H., Thornton, M., Abhari, K. (2017). The Future of Social Learning: A Novel Approach to Connectivism. The 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sceinces. http://hdl.handle.net/10125/41410
  • Abhari, K., Davidson, E. J., Xiao, B. (2016). Measuring the perceived functional affordances of collaborative innovation networks in social product development. The 49th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. Honolulu.
  • Abhari, K., Davidson, E. J., Xiao, B. (2016). Taking open innovation to the next level: A conceptual model of social product development (SPD). The 22nd Americas Conference on Information Systems. San Diego.

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