Anne-Françoise Rutkowski is Professor in Management of Information at Tilburg University (The Netherlands). Her research interests and publications bridge Information Management and human sciences in addressing topics such as Information overload, decision-making, processes of attention with Information Technologies, information overload/underload, emotion and the materiality of algorithms. Her research concentrates on a socially responsible use of IT and big data, regarding privacy and security. Her background is in cognitive and social psychology. Applications of her work are found mostly in the field of healthcare, banking and government. Results of her research have been published in journals such as IEEE Computer, IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, Small Group Research, Journal of Surgical Endoscopy, Decision Support System and MIS Quarterly. Anne Rutkowski served as an Associate Editor for the MIS Quarterly. She also serves as review member in research grant committees both in Europe and Asia.
Most recent publications
- Saunders, C., Rutkowski, A., Pluyter, J.R., & Spanjers, R. (2016). Health information technologies: From hazardous to the dark side. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 67(7), 1767-1772.
- Rutkowski, A. (2016). Work substitution: A neo-luddite look at software growth. IEEE Software, 33(3), 101-104.
- Medina Palomino, H., Rutkowski, A., & Verhulst, M. (2015, June 26). Is it health information technology?: Task complexity and work substitution. 21st Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2015) (pp. 1-10).: Association for Information Systems.
- Gans, B., & Rutkowski, A. (2015). Social consciousness in post-conflict reconstruction.. In B. Kaminski, G.E. Kersten, & T. Szapiro (Eds.), Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Group Decision & Negotiation (GDN 2015): Outlooks and Insights on Group Decision and Negotiation (pp. 31-45). Heidelberg: Springer International Publishing. (Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, 218).