Our Purpose

The world IT project (WIP) is designed to examine important issues for IT employees, both staff and management, in many countries. WIP requires survey data collection from different countries, with diverse cultures, levels of economic growth, societal and religious beliefs, and political systems.
Our  <span>Purpose</span>

Country Investigators (CI)

We are looking for participants who can collect data from Brazil, Russia, India, and China (the BRIC countries), and USA, Ghana, Israel, Kuwait, and South Africa. 40+ countries have been targeted for WIP. CIs will be identified for the data collection effort after a screening process
<span>Country Investigators</span> (CI)

Interested in joining us?

If you are a researcher from outside the U.S. and would like to participate in this landmark research, please contact us. This groundbreaking research is likely to make a major imprint on IS research for years to come. The World IT Project is designed to examine important issues confronting IT employees, both staff and management, in many countries of the world. The project requires survey data collection from different countries, representing different cultures, levels of economic growth, societal and religious beliefs, and political systems.
<span>Interested</span> in joining us?
 

Purpose

—The world IT project (WIP) is designed to examine important issues for IT employees, both staff and management, in many countries
  • —WIP requires survey data collection from different countries, with diverse cultures, levels of economic growth, societal and religious beliefs, and political systems
  • —More than 45 countries are included in the project.
 

Country Investigators (CI)

We have more than 100 country investigators from over 45 countries who are assisting in the massive data collection effort.

Core Research Team

An international Core Research Team is in place. Members include—
  • Jaideep Ghosh, Shiv Nadar University, India
  • Tim Jacks, Southern Illinois State University Edwardsville, USA
  • Prashant Palvia, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA (Team Leader)
  • Aykut Hamit Turan, Sakarya University, Turkey
  • Alexander Serenko, Lakehead University, Canada