Brandis Phillips

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentAccounting and Finance

Phone336-285-3375

Fax336-256-2274

Emailbphillip@ncat.edu

OfficeMerrick Hall
Room: 229

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Brandis Phillips

Education

Ph D: Computer and Information Sciences, General, Michigan State University, 2008

MBA: Finance, University of Iowa, 1995

BA: Accounting, Michigan State University, 1990


Research Interests

User Acceptance of Technology Information Systems Controls Digital Literacy Stereotype Threat Mindset Orientation of Minority Students Technology Addiction


Recent Publications

Wimble, Matt  Singh, Harminder   Phillips, Brandis  (2018).  Understanding Cross-Level Interactions of Firm-Level Information Technology and Industry Environment .  (1,  31,  ).  Information Resources Management Journal.

Wimble, Matt   Singh, Harminder   Phillips, Brandis  (2017).  A multilevel model of information technology.  (3,  57,  pp. 201 - 207).  Journal of Computer Information Systems.

Wimble, Matt  Tripp, John  Phillips, Brandis  Milic, Nash  (2016).  On search cost and the long tail: The moderating role of search cost.  (14,  pp. 1 - 25).  Information Systems and e-Business Management .

Phillips, Brandis  (2013).  Information technology practice: Impacts on effectiveness, forthcoming Journal of Organizational and End User Computing.  (4,  25,  pp. 49 - 73).  Journal of Organizational and End User Computing.

Shipps, Belinda  Phillips, Brandis  (2013).  Social Networks, Interactivity and Satisfaction: Assessing Socio-Technical-Behavioral Factors as an extension to Technology Acceptance.  (1,  8,  pp. 35 - 52).  Journal of Theoretical and Applied E-Commerce Research.

Phillips, Brandis  Carter, Lemuria  Millington, Porche  (2012).  The Impact of Information Technology Internal Controls on Firm Performance.  In Tanya McGill  (2,  24,  pp. 39 - 49).  Journal of Organizational and End User Computing .

Phillips, Brandis  Shipps, Belinda  (2012).  Frequency of usage: The impact of technology acceptance factors versus social factors.  (2,  4,  pp. 30 - 45).  International Journal of Virtual Communities and Social Networking .

McKnight, D  Phillips, Brandis  Hardgrave, William  (2009).  Which reduces IT turnover intention the most: Workplace characteristics or job characteristics? .  (3,  46,  pp. 167 - 174).  Information & Management/Elsevier.

Mcbride, Maranda  Carter, Lemura   Phillips, Brandis  Integrating the theory of planned behavior and behavioral attitudes to explore texting among adolescent drivers in the US.   Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour.