林介鵬 教授  ChiehPeng Lin,  Ph.D.
 

 
現職 Current Position
 

 

  • 國立交通大學經營管理研究所 教授

 

  • 02-23812386-57662

 

學歷 Education Background
 
  • 國立交通大學經營管理研究所博士 (2003)
    Ph.D. in Institute of Business and Management, NCTU (National Chiao-Tung University)(2003)
  • 國立中山大學資訊管理研究所碩士 (1995)
    M.S.. in Information Management, NSYSU (National Sun Yat-sen University) (1995)
工作經歷 Work Experience
 技術與職業教育研究所暨師培中心專任副教授
國立雲林科技大學 2007-2009.01
企管系暨經管所專任助理教授
(2006年12月升等為副教授)
萬能科技大學 2003-2007
社工系與企管系兼任教師
實踐大學 2002-2006
資管系專任講師
中國技術學院
1999-2003
資料處理科教師
東海高中 1998-1999
 國外業務處業務專員
(二年半之國際行銷與貿易實務工作經驗)
台唐工業股份有限公司 1995–1998
研究領域 Research Interests
 
  • 行銷管理 Marketing Management
  • 人力資源管理 Human Resource Management
  • 組織行為 Organizational Behavior
研究成果目錄 Publications
 

(A) 期刊論文 (Journal Papers)

  • Lin, C. P.* and Bhattacherjee, A. (Accepted) “Elucidating Individual Intention to Use Interactive Information Technologies: The Role of Network Externalities,” International Journal of Electronic Commerce. (SSCI; Impact Factor: 1.429)
  • Lin, C. P.* and Bhattacherjee, A. (Accepted). “Extending Technology Usage Models To Interactive Hedonic Technologies: A Theoretical Model and Empirical Test,” Information Systems Journal. (SSCI; Impact Factor: 1.543)

  • Lin, C. P. (Accepted). “Learning Online Brand Personality and Satisfaction: The Moderating Effects of Gaming Engagement,” International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction. (SSCI)

  • Lin, C. P.* and Bhattacherjee, A. (Accepted). “Learning Online Social Support: An Investigation of Network Information Technology based on UTAUT,” Cyberpsychology & Behavior. (SSCI; Impact Factor: 1.061)

  • Lin, C. P.*, Huang, H. N., Joe, S. W. and Ma, H. C. (Accepted). “Learning the Determinants of Satisfaction and Usage Intention of Instant Messaging,” Cyberpsychology & Behavior. (SSCI; Impact Factor: 1.061)

  • Joe, S. W. and Lin, C. P.* (Accepted). “Learning Online Community Citizenship Behavior: A Socio-Cognitive Model,” Cyberpsychology & Behavior. (SSCI; Impact Factor: 1.061).

  • Lin, C. P.* and Ding, C. G. (Accepted). “Comparing the Main Effects and Moderating Effects of Education Among Three Models in IT Service: A Quantitative Approach,” Quality & Quantity. (SSCI)

  • Lin, C. P.*, Hung, W. T. and Chiu, C. K. (Accepted). “Being Good Citizens: Understanding a Mediating Mechanism of Organizational Commitment and Social Network Ties in OCBs,” Journal of Business Ethics. (SSCI)

  • Lin, C. P.* and Tsai, Y. H. (Accepted). “Modeling Educational Quality and Student Loyalty: A Quantitative Approach Based on the Theory of Information Cascades,” Quality & Quantity. (SSCI)

  • Lin, C. P. (2008). “Clarifying the Relationship Between Organizational Citizenship Behaviors, Gender, and Knowledge Sharing in Workplace Organizations in Taiwan,” Journal of Business and Psychology, 22(3), 241-250. (SSCI) [NSC94-2416-H-238-005]

  • Lin, C. P. (2008). “Examination of Gender Differences in Modeling OCBs and Their Antecedents in Business Organizations in Taiwan,” Journal of Business and Psychology, 22(3), 261-273. (SSCI)

  • Lin, C. P. (2007). “To Share or Not to Share: Modeling Knowledge Sharing Using Exchange Ideology as a Moderator,” Personnel Review, 36(3), 457-475. (SSCI)

  • Lin, C. P. (2007). “To Share or Not to Share: Modeling Tacit Knowledge Sharing, Its Mediators and Antecedents,” Journal of Business Ethics, 70(4), 411-428. (SSCI)

  • Lin, C. P. (2006). “Gender Differs: Modeling Knowledge Sharing from the Perspective of Social Network Ties,” Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 9(3), 236-241. (SSCI) [NSC95-2416-H-238-006]

  • Lin, C. P.* and Ding, C. G. (2006). “Evaluating the Group Differences in Gender during the Formation of Relationship Quality and Loyalty in ISP Service,” Journal of Organizational and End User Computing, 18(2), 38-62. (EI)

  • Lin, C. P. (2006). “To Help or Not to Help: Understanding the Helping Intentions from a Mediating Perspective of Social Network Ties,” Journal of Business Ethics, 63(2), 175-182. (SSCI)

  • Ding, C. G. and Lin, C. P.* (2006). “Comparing the Effects of Determinants of Turnover Intentions Between Taiwanese and U.S. Hospital Employees,” Human Resource Development Quarterly, 17(4), 403-421. (ABI/INFORM, EBSCO)

  • Chiu, Y. B., Lin, C. P.* and Tang, L. L. (2005). “Gender Differs: Assessing a Model of Online Purchase Intentions in E-Tail Service,” International Journal of Service Industry Management, 16(5), 416-435. (SSCI) [NSC93-2416-H-238- 008]

  • Lin, C. P.* and Ding, C. G. (2005). “Moderating Effect of the Locus of Control on the Process of Turnover Intentions for High-Tech Personnel,” Asia Pacific Management Review, 10(5), 301-311. (TSSCI)

  • Lin, C. P. (2005). “Modeling the Relationships Among Organizational Commitment and Its Outcome and Antecedents Using Career Stage as a Moderator,” Asia Pacific Management Review, 10(4), 243-253. (TSSCI)

  • Lin, C. P.* and Ding, C. G. (2005). “Opening the Black Box: Assessing the Mediating Mechanism of Relationship Quality and the Moderating Effects of Prior Experience in ISP Service,” International Journal of Service Industry Management, 16(1), 55-80. (SSCI)

  • Lin, C. P.*, Tang, L. L., Chiu, Y. B. and Hsiao, C. Y. (2005). “Testing a Joint Moderator of Ego Strength and Ethical Climate: A Study of the Process of Peer Reporting Intentions in IT Ethics,” Asia Pacific Management Review, 10(2), 145-153. (TSSCI)

  • Chiu, C. K., Chien, C. S., Lin, C. P.* and Hsiao, C. Y. (2005). “Understanding Hospital Employee Job Stress and Turnover Intentions in a Practical Setting: The Moderating Role of Locus of Control,” Journal of Management Development, 24(10), 837-855. (ABI/INFORM, EBSCO)

  • Chiu, C. K., Lin, C. P.*, Tsai, Y. H. and Hsiao, C. Y. (2005). “Modeling Turnover Intentions and Their Antecedents Using the Locus of Control as a Moderator: A Case of Customer Service,” Human Resource Development Quarterly, 16(4), 481-499. (ABI/INFORM, EBSCO)

  • Lin, C. P.* and Chen, M. F. (2004). “Career Commitment as a Moderator of the Relationships among Procedural Justice, Perceived Organizational Support, Organizational Commitment, and Turnover Intentions,” Asia Pacific Management Review, 9(3), 519-538. (TSSCI)

  • Lin, C. P.* and Ma, H. C. (2004). “Effects of Leader-Member Exchange, Job Satisfaction, and Organizational Commitment on Diagnosing Employee Job Performance Using Career Stage as a Moderator,” Asia Pacific Management Review, 9(1), 79-99. (TSSCI)

  • Lin, C. P.* and Ding, C. G. (2003). “Modeling Information Ethics: The Joint Moderating Role of Locus of Control and Job Insecurity,” Journal of Business Ethics, 48(4), 335-346. (SSCI)

  • Lin, C. P.* and Ding, C. G. (2003). “Ethical Ideology, Subjective Norm, and Peer Reporting Intentions Using an Individual-Situation Moderator,” Asia Pacific Management Review, 8(3), 311-335. (TSSCI)

  • 林介鵬*、張紹勳 (2003),「工作滿足之因果模式-以台灣日商銷售人員為例」,管理學報,第二十卷,第三期,547-577頁。(TSSCI)

  • Lin, C. P.*, Chang, S. S. and Chu, C. S. (2003). “A Causal Model of Job Satisfaction under Two Different Cultures,” Asia Pacific Management Review, 8(1), 71-98. (TSSCI)

    *Corresponding author

 

(B) 歷年國科會計畫 (National Science Projects)

  • Chiu, Y. B., Lin, C. P.* and Tang, L. L. (2005). “Gender Differs: Assessing a Model of Online Purchase Intentions in E-Tail Service,” International Journal of Service Industry Management, 16(5), 416-435. (SSCI)

  • Lin, C. P. (Accepted). “Clarifying the Relationship Between Organizational Citizenship Behaviors, Gender, and Knowledge Sharing in Workplace Organizations in Taiwan,” Journal of Business and Psychology. (SSCI)
  • Lin, C. P. (2006). “Gender Differs: Modeling Knowledge Sharing from the Perspective of Social Network Ties,” Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 9(3), 236-241. (SSCI)
  • 林介鵬 (2007-2008),「建構以網際網路為基礎的資訊科技之使用意圖與線上社會支持」,執行中

 

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