Every year I participate in the ILAIS and Teldan Info conferences in Israel. I often participate in the ACM CHI conference and in the MCIS and AoIR conferences. Occasionally I participate in other conferences such as INSNA (Sunbelt), BIR, HICSS and others.
Geifman, D. and Raban D.R. (2015). The Surprising Role of Self-Efficacy in Collective Problem Solving. Chais 2015, Ra'anana.
Bornfeld, B., Rafaeli, S. and Raban, D.R. (2014) Electronic word-of-mouth spread in Twitter as a function of the message sentiment. SOTICS 2014, Nice. Fulltext.
Richter, G., Raban, D.R. and Rafaeli, S. (2014) Score keeping function in a knowledge sharing game. ECIS 2014, Tel-Aviv.
Richter, G., Raban, D.R. and Rafaeli, S. (2014) The effect of different score systems on player performance. Meital 2014, Tel-Aviv.
Blau, I.; Tomasi, S.; Raban, D. (2014) How the e-privacy management and personality traits of Facebook users are related to their online self-disclosure, social capital and well-being? AoIR 15.0, Bangkok, Thailand.
Bar-Lev, R., Geri, N. and Raban, D.R. (2014) Developing an effectiveness ratio for measuring the contribution of interorganizational systems: a financial statement analysis perspective. KM 2014, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria.
Richter, G., Raban, D.R. and Rafaeli, S. (2014) Using Common Gamification Elements to Enhance Knowledge Sharing: The effect of Score Keeping Function on Player Performance. IsraCHI 2014, Haifa.
Raban, D.R. and Mazor, M. (2013) The willingness to pay for information in digital marketplaces. BIR 201
Bornfeld, B., Rafaeli, S. and Raban, D.R. (2013) Electronic word-of-mouth spread in Twitter as a function of the message sentiment. ILAIS 2013, Ruppin.
Bar Lev, R. Geri, N. and Raban, D.R. (2013) The contribution of interorganizational systems to inventory management: A financial statement analysis perspective: Research-in-Progress. ILAIS 2013, Ruppin.
Koren, H., Kaminer, I. and Raban, D.R. (2013) The Contribution of Reinvention of Information to Critical Mass Formation in Online Social Networks. INSNA 2013, Hamburg.
Raban, D.R. and Richter, G. (2012) Schedules of reinforcement and game experience. MCIS 2012, Guimaraes.
Raban, D.R. and Gaziel-Yablowitz, M. (2012) The effect of media types, message cues, and framing on investment decisions. MCIS 2012, Guimaraes.
Koren, H., Kaminer, I. and Raban, D. R. (2012) Social Dynamics in Critical Mass Formation in Information Sharing Online. ILAIS 2012, Haifa.
Gaziel-Yablowitz, M. and Raban, D.R. (2012) The effect of media types, message cues, and framing on investment decisions. ILAIS 2012, Haifa.
Raban, D.R. and Richter, G. (2012) Schedules of reinforcement and game experience. Israeli Conference on Information Science 2012, Akko.
Raban, D.R. and Gaziel-Yablowitz, M. (2012) The effect of media types, message cues, and framing on investment decisions. Israeli Conference on Information Science 2012, Akko.
Raban, D. R., Danan, A., Ronen, I. and Guy, I. (2012) Impression Formation in Corporate People Tagging. CHI2012, Austin, TX.
Raban, D. R. and Geifman, D. (2011). A Theory Based Information Pricing System. Sixth Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems, Larnaca, Cyprus.
Raban, D. R. and Mazor, M.(2011). The Value of Information as an Experience good in the Amazon Mechanical Turk Marketplace. Fifth ILAIS Conference, Ra'anana, Open University.
Raban, D. R. and Richter, G.(2011). Harnessing the Power of Games to Enhance Organizational Knowledge Sharing. Fifth ILAIS Conference, Ra'anana, Open University.
Raban, D. R. and Richter, G. (2011). On the Connection between Trivia Games and Business Glossaries. Annual Conference for Information Studies, Bar-Ilan University.
Raban, D.R., Gordon, A., & Geifman, D. (2010). Mapping the Information Society through Its Journals: A Disciplinary Approach. AoIR 11.0, Gothenburg, Sweden.
Raban, D. R., Moldovan, M., & Jones, Q. (2010). An empirical study of critical mass and online community survival. ACM conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, Savannah, GA.
Raban, D. R. (2009). Satisfaction and continuance in an online information market. 4th Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems, Athens.
Raban, D. R. (2009). Social Antecedents of Satisfaction and Continuance in an Online Information Market. Fourth ILAIS Conference, Beer Sheva, Ben Gurion University.
Raban, D. R. and D. Geifman (2009). Place Your Bets! Information Aggregation and Prediction Markets in MBA Courses. Chais Conference for Research in Learning Technologies, Ra'anana, Israel, The Open University.
Raban, D. R., S. T. Ricken, et al. (2009). Hello Stranger! A Study of Introductory Communication Structure and Social Match Success. HICSS-42, Big Island, Hawaii, Shidler College of Business, University of Hawai'i at Manoa.
Raban, D. R. and D. Geifman (2008). The future is here: Prediction markets in management. Innovative e-Learning in Higher Education, Haifa, Israel, University of Haifa.
Jones, Q, Moldovan, M., Raban, D. R. and B. Butler. (2008). Empirical Evidence of Information Overload Constraining Chat Channel Community Interactions. ACM conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, San Diego, CA.
Raban, D. R. (2008). The Effect of Self-Presentation on the Quality of Answers in Q&A Sites. AoIR 9.0, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Harper, M. F., Raban, D. R., Konstan, J. K. and Rafaeli, S. (2008). Predictors of Answer Quality in Online Q&A sites. CHI 2008, Florence, Italy.
Raban, D. R. and E. Rabin (2007). The power of assuming normality. EMCIS 2007, Valencia, Spain.
Raban, D. R. (2007). Social and economic incentives: an empirical report on the Google Answers Information Market. The Future of Web Interactions British-Israeli Conference, Haifa, Israel.
Raban, D. R. (2007). From single to multiple channels of communication: A proposal for debate on scholarly publication. NAS-FOSE 2007, Seville, Spain.
Aharony, N. and D. R. Raban (2007). Economics of information Goods: An interdisciplinary Subject for the Library and Information Science and MBA Curricula. Chais 2007, Ra'anana, Israel, The Open University, Israel.
Kalman, Y., G. Ravid, et al. (2007). Are you still waiting for an answer? The Chronemics of Asynchronous Written CMC. Chais 2007, Ra'anana, Israel, The Open University, Israel.
Aharony, N. and D. R. Raban (2006). Perspectives of lecturers, students, and practitioners on information economics. IADIS International Conference: e-Society 2006, Dublin, Ireland.
Kalman, Y., G. Ravid, et al. (2006). Speak *now* or forever hold your peace: power
law chronemics of turn-taking and response in asynchronous CMC. 56th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Dresden, Germany, ICA.
Ravid, G., D. R. Raban, et al. (2005). "Participation and Incentives to Contribute In
Knowledge Management Systems". . ICIS-OASIS 200, Las Vegas, NV.
Rafaeli, S., D. R. Raban, et al. (2005). Social and Economic Incentives in Google Answers. ACM SIGGROUP, Sanibel Island, FL.
Raban, D. R., G. Ravid, et al. (2005). Paying for Answers: An Empirical Report on the Google Answers Information Market. AoIR 6.0, Chicago, IL.
Noy, A., D. R. Raban and G. Ravid (2005) Practicing What We Preach: Applying Theory to Game and Simulation Development. ISAGA 2005, Atlanta, GA, ISAGA.
Raban, D. R. and S. Rafaeli (2004). "Buddy, Can you Spare a Fact": Sharing Information Online. ICIS-CORE 2004, Washington DC.
Raban, D. R. (2004). An Experimental Investigation of Information Sharing. AoIR 5.0.
Rafaeli, S. and D. R. Raban (2003). The Subjective Value of Information : Trading expertise vs. content, copies vs. originals in E-Business. The Third International Conference on E-Business(ICEB 2003), Singapore.
Also presented at Infosoc2004: http://infosoc.haifa.ac.il/kennes2004.
Raban, D. R. and S. Rafaeli (2003). Subjective Value of Information: The Endowment Effect. IADIS International Conference: e-Society 2003, Lisbon, Portugal.
Raban, D. R. (2002). The Lemonade Stand: Experimental Investigation of the Subjective Value of Information. Internet Research 3.0: NET / WORK / THEORY, Maastricht, The Netherlands.
Rafaeli, S. and Raban, D.R.. Cellular Telephony: Economics, technology and social determinants in the Israeli experience. Presented at the "Perpetual Contact: Mobile communication, private talk, and public performance" workshop at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ., December 3-12, 1999.