Jiming Wu

Associate Professor

Department of Management

(510) 885-3099
VBT 355
Office Hours:
W 12:30-2:00PM. SA 1:00-2:30PM
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JIMING WU is an Associate Professor in the Department of Management at California State University, East Bay. He received his B.S. from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, M.S. from Texas Tech University, and Ph.D. from the University of Kentucky. His research interests include knowledge management, IT adoption and acceptance, and computer and network security. His work has appeared in MIS Quarterly, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, European Journal of Information Systems, Information & Management, Decision Support Systems, and elsewhere.


Fall Quarter 2016
Course #SecCourse TitleDaysFromToLocationCampusTextbook Info
ITM 306005Informaton Technology MgmtTH6:30PM10:00PMCCAS-201Concord Campus View Books
ITM 306020SSInformaton Technology MgmtARRWEB-ONLINEOnline Campus View Books
ITM 6015I5SSInfo Systems Developmnt & MgmtARRARRSan RamonView Books
ITM 627101Database Mgmt and ApplicationsW2:00PM5:30PMAE-0142Hayward Campus View Books
ITM 627102Database Mgmt and ApplicationsSA9:00AM12:30PMVBT-0216Hayward Campus View Books
ITM 689804Cooperative EducationARRARRHayward Campus View Books
ITM 689901ProjectARRARRHayward Campus View Books


  1. Wu, J. “Customer Satisfaction in the Context of Online Gaming Service: The Hedonic Experience Factor,” International Journal of Business Analytics (1:3), 2014, 63-80.
  2. Wu, J. and Holsapple, C. W. “Imaginal and Emotional Experiences in Pleasure-Oriented IT Usage: A Hedonic Consumption Perspective,” Information & Management (51:1), 2014, 80-92.
  3. Wu, J. and Holsapple, C. W. “Does Knowledge Management Matter? The Empirical Evidence from Market-Based Valuation,” Transactions on Management Information Systems (4:2), 2013, article 6.
  4. Wu, J. and Lu, X. “Effects of Extrinsic and Intrinsic Motivators on Using Utilitarian, Hedonic, and Dual-Purposed Information Systems: A Meta-Analysis,” Journal of the Association for Information Systems (14:3), 2013, 153-191.
  5. Wu, J. and Du, H. “Toward a Better Understanding of Behavioral Intention and System Usage Constructs” European Journal of Information Systems (21:6), 2012, 680-698.
  6. Holsapple, C. W. and Wu, J. “An Elusive Antecedent of Superior Firm Performance: The Knowledge Management Factor,” Decision Support Systems (52:1), 2011, 271-283.
  7. Wu, J., Yao, E., Li, Y. and Du, H. “Theory and Evidence of Social Influence on NBA Officials’ Decision Making,” International Journal of Information and Decision Sciences (2:4), 2010, 340-351.
  8. Wu, J. and Lederer, A. “A Meta-Analysis of the Role of Environment-Based Voluntariness in Information Technology Acceptance,” MIS Quarterly (33:2), 2009, 419-432.
  9. Holsapple, C. W. and Wu, J. “Antecedents and Outcomes of the Flow Experience: An Empirical Study in the Context of Online Gaming,” Journal of International Technology and Information Management (17:3/4), 2008, 285-306.
  10. Holsapple, C. W. and Wu, J. “In Search of a Missing Link,” Knowledge Management Research & Practice (6:1), 2008, 31-40.
  11. Wu. J., Li, P. and Rao, S. “Why They Enjoy Virtual Game Worlds? An Empirical Investigation,” Journal of Electronic Commerce Research (9:3), 2008, 219-230.
  12. Holsapple, C. W. and Wu, J. “Building Effective Online Game Websites with Knowledge-Based Trust,” Information Systems Frontiers (10:1), 2008, 47-60.
  13. Holsapple, C. W. and Wu, J. “User Acceptance of Virtual Worlds: The Hedonic Framework,” The DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems (38:4), 2007.
  14. Wu, J. and Liu, D. “The Effects of Trust and Enjoyment on Intention to Play Online Games,” Journal of Electronic Commerce Research (8:2), 2007, 128-140.
  15. Sasidharan, S., Wu, J., Pearce, D., Kearns, G. S. and Lederer, A. L. “The Role of Convergence in Information Systems and Business Planning,” Journal of International Technology and Information Management (15:3), 2006, 1-18.

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