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Luis Felipe Luna-Reyes
Luis Felipe Luna-Reyes

Specialty
  • Modeling and simulation of socio-technical systems
  • Use of Information in public organizations
  • Interorganizational collaboration and knowledge transfer in public organizations
  • Group Decision Support Systems

Brief Bio
Luis is an Associate Professor of Informatics at the University at Albany and Faculty Fellow at CTG.

Luis' current research focuses on electronic government and on modeling collaboration processes in the development of information technologies across functional and organizational boundaries. This includes inter-organizational collaboration, information sharing, success of government-wide websites, and information policy to promote economic exchange in the NAFTA region.

Luis, who began his work at CTG in 2012 when he was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship, has taught more than a dozen courses at the undergraduate and masters level, as well as in executive education. These courses include Information Management, Modeling and Simulation, Knowledge Management and Learning Organizations, Systems Thinking, Decision Making, Information Decision Systems, Information Technology, Quantitative Analysis (including Statistics), Information Technology, and E-Business. He is also a member of the Mexican National Research System, which recognizes researchers in Mexico on the basis of their productivity and contribution to the creation of knowledge.

Selected Publications
Luna-Reyes L. F. and J. R. Gil-Garcia (2014). Digital Government Transformation and Internet Portals: The Co-Evolution of Technology, Organizations, and Institutions.Government Information Quarterly. 31(4): 545-555

Luna-Reyes, L. F., J. Zhang, A. Whitmore, H. Jarman, S. Picazo-Vela, D. L. Andersen, G. K. Tayi, T. A. Pardo, D. S. Sayogo, J. S. Luciano and D. F. Andersen (2014). Full Information Product Pricing: An Information Strategy for Harnessing Consumer Choice to Create a More Sustainable World.. Communications of the Association for Information Sustems. 34(1): Article 32 637-654

Luna-Reyes, L. F., Bertot, J. C. and Mellouli, S. (2014). Open Government, Open Data and Digital Government.. (Guest Editorial) Government Information Quarterly. 31(1): 4-5

Luna-Reyes, L. F. (2013) Trust and Collaboration in Interorganizational Information Technology Projects in the Public Sector. Gestión y Política Pública. Special Issue on E-Government: 173-211.

Luna-Reyes, L. F., Zhang, J., Roy, R., Andersen, D. F., Whitmore, A., and Andersen, D. L. (2013) Information Strategies to Support Full Information Product Pricing: The Role of Trust. Information Polity: The International Journal of Government & Democracy in the Information Age. 18(1): 75-91

Education
  • Ph.D., University at Albany/SUNY, Information Science, 2004 (Distinguished Dissertation Award)
  • MBA (MIS), F. Universidad de las Américas-Puebla; Cholula, Puebla, M�XICO, 1997 (Cum Laude)
  • BA, Education, F. Universidad de las Américas-Puebla; Cholula, Puebla, M�XICO, 1992 (Cum Laude and best GPA in the Education Department)