Phillip Ein-Dor, Professor
Ph.D. Carnegie-Mellon University (U.S.A.) 1971

E-Mail: eindor@post.tau.ac.il
Phone Number: +972-3-640-6343

Fields of interest:
Theory of Information Systems and Information System Research, Natural Language Processing, Information Technology and Infrastructure, Artificial Intelligence, Internet.

Selected works:
"From Via Maris to Electronic Highway: The Internet in Canaan." (with Seymour Goodman and Peter Wolcott) Communications of The ACM 3, 7 (July 2000):19-23.

"A Short History and the Future of Artificial Intelligence: The Next Forty Years." in Kenneth E. Kendall (ed.) Emerging Information Technologies. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. (1999)

Artificial Intelligence in Economics and Management (ed.) Boston: Kluwer, (1996).

"Natural Language Access to Multiple Databases: A Model and a Prototype" (with Israel Spiegler). Journal of Management Information Systems, Vol. 12, No. 1 (Summer 1995), pp.171-197.

"A Classification of Information Systems: Analysis and Interpretation" (with Eli Segev), Information Systems Research Vol. 4, No. 2 (June 1993), pp.166-204.

"Grosch's Law Re-revisited: Technological Change and the Cost of Computation", Communications of the ACM, Vol.28, No.2 (February, 1985), pp. 142-151.

A Paradigm for Management Information Systems (with Eli Segev), Praeger, New York, (1981).

"Organizational Context and Success of Management Information Systems" (with Eli Segev), Management Science, Vol.24, No.10 (June, 1978), pp.1064-1077.

In 1998, Dr. Ein-Dor was appointed founding editor of the Journal of the Association for Information Systems, which began publication in March 2000. He has been an Associate Editor of MIS Quarterly and member of the Editorial Board of the Information Resource Management Journal and is currently a member of the Advisory Board of Information Technology and Management and of the Editorial Boards of Information & Management, Internet Research, Journal of MIS, and Management Science and Regional Development. He has published four books and some 50 papers on various aspects of information systems and their management. He has held visiting appointments at various universities, including New York University, Claremont Graduate University, National University of Singapore, Claremont Graduate University, CMC Graduate School of Business , University of Cape Town, and the Naval Postgraduate School.

In 2000, Phillip Ein-Dor was inducted as a Fellow of the Association for Information Systems

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