Staff profile


Dr Federico Iannacci

Senior Lecturer

School: Christ Church Business School

Campus: Canterbury

Tel: 01227 923701

Profile summary

Business School, Information & Knowledge Management Group. Research interests: organisational and inter-organisational routines, evaluation of ICTs, digitisation of information, information management issues, social media, Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA).

Teaching and subject expertise

Member of the Association for Information Systems

Member of the British Academy of Management

External activities

Associate Editor, Information Systems Journal (2017-2020)

Visiting Fellow, Kent Business School (University of Kent) - 2017-2020

Publications and research outputs

2017 "Unravelling causal and temporal influences underpinning monitoring systems success: A typological approach". Information Systems Journal.10.1111/isj.12145 (with Dr. Cornford)

2014 "Routines, artefacts and technological change: investigating the transformation of criminal justice in England and Wales". Journal of Information Technology, 29(4), pp. 294-311.

2012 “Unpacking ostensive and performative aspects of organisational routines in the context of monitoring systems: a critical realist approach” (with with Kyriakos Hatzaras), Information & Organization, 22(1), pp. 1-22.

2010 “When is an information infrastructure? Investigating the emergence of public sector information infrastructures”, European Journal of Information Systems, 19 (1), pp. 35-48.

2010 “Information systems in the public sector: the e-Government enactment framework” (with Dr. Cordella). Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 19 (1), pp. 52-66.

2009 “Digitising criminal justice in England and Wales”, Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy 3/1.

2008  Evaluating monitoring systems, British Academy of Management Proceedings (with Dr. Cornford)

2008   Steps towards joined-up management, Fabri (Eds), ICTs for Prosecutors, Clueb.

2007/08 "Information Systems & Organisations", LSE External Programme (with Dr. Cordella)

2006 On the Weickian model in OSS, Damiani et. al (Eds.), IFIP Series, Springer Boston

2005  Coordination in OSS: The Linux Case Study, E:CO 7/2

2005 Beyond Markets and Firms, First Monday 10/5 (with Prof. Mitleton-Kelly).

2003 The Linux Managing Model, First Monday, 8/12

2002 The Economics of Open Source Software Development: The Linux Case Study, Communications & Strategies 48/4


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