Recent Research Grants

  1. Limayem, M., "RFID in Retail: The Value Proposition", sponsoring organization WALMART, awarding organization is Corporate, $150000, Awarded. (start: July 1, 2011, end: December 31, 2011).
  2. Limayem, M., "The Business Case for RFID", sponsoring organization WALMART, awarding organization is Corporate, $150000, Awarded. (start: January 1, 2011, end: July 1, 2011).
  3. Limayem, M., "The Business Case for RFID", sponsoring organization Wal-Mart, awarding organization is Corporate, $74943, Awarded. (Start: August 15, 2010, end: December 31, 2010).
  4. Conoco-Phillips Faculty Sponsorship Award (2010). Funded by COP for $25,000.00.
  5. Understanding Online Swiss Consumer Behavior (September 2006 - August 2008): Funded by the Swiss Science Foundation for 300,000 CHF.
  6. Explaining IS Adoption and Continuous Usage: A Longitudinal Study (June 2004 - August 2006): Funded by Research Grant Council of Hong Kong (RGC) Competitive Earmarked Research Grant (CERG) for HK$329,280.
  7. An Interactive Resource Portal for the Latest Information Technology Development (May 2004 - June 2005): Funded by City University of Hong Kong Teaching Development Fund (TDF) for HK$78,000.
  8. The Role of Habit in IS Continuance: Scale Development and Theory Extension (September 2003 - November 2005): Funded by City University of Hong Kong for HK$180,000.
  9. A Longitudinal Study of Students' Internet-based Technology Adoption and Usage Behavior in the Hong Kong Educational Context. Funded by the Research Grant Committee of Hong Kong (RGC) for HK$47,194,100. Dr Sabine Hirt and Professor Lynne Markus are co-investigators in this project.
  10. Business & Engineering Knowledge Communities: A Synergetic Environment for Life-long, Collaborative and Experiential Learning (November 2002 - December 2005): Funded by the University Grants Committee of Hong Kong (UGC) Teaching Development Grant (TDG) for HK$2,000,000. Dr. Mohamed Khalifa is the principle investigator. Co-investigators include Drs. Christian Wagner and Khaled Ben Letaief.
  11. Factors Affecting Internet Purchases: A Longitudinal Study in Hong Kong and France (1999-2001): funded by the Research Grant Committee of Hong Kong in the context of PROCORE: France / Hong Kong Joint Research Scheme for $66,000.00.
  12. Impacts of Group Decision Support Systems: Opening Up the Black Box (February 1999 - July 2001): Funded by City University of Hong Kong for HK$254,800.00.
  13. Internet-Based Teaching: How to Encourage University Students to Adopt Advanced Internet-Based Technologies (June 1999, August 2001): Funded by City University of Hong Kong for HK$139,480.00. Dr. Sabine Hirt is a co-investigator in this project.
  14. Impacts of Group Decision Support Systems: A Process-Oriented Approach (June 2000 - June 2002): funded by the Research Grant Committee of Hong Kong (RGC) for $277,817.00. Dr. Mohamed Khalifa is a co-investigator in this project.
  15. Software Piracy Behavior: A Hong Kong Longitudinal Study (July 2000 - September 2002): Funded by City University of Hong Kong for HK$250,000. Dr. Mohamed Khalifa is a co-investigator in this project.
  16. Impact of Facilitation on Group performance: Government of Quebec (Fonds pour la formation des chercheurs et l'aide à la recherche): CAN$49,000.
  17. Development and evaluation of a Tool for Idea Integration: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada: CAN$30,000.