Dr Sophie Cockcroft
|Position||Senior Lecturer (Information Systems)|
|Section||School of Management and Enterprise|
|Phone||+61 7 3470 4153|
Health Informatics, Data Privacy, Business Intelligence, Big Data, Business Analytics
Currently teaching courses/programs
Research most recent
Trieu, V-H, Cockcroft, S and Perdana, A 2018 Decision-making performance in big data era: the role of actual business intelligence systems use and affecting external constraints Twenty-Sixth European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS2018), Portsmouth, UK, 2018
Cockcroft, S. and Russell, M., 2018. Big Data Opportunities for Accounting and Finance Practice and Research. Australian Accounting Review
Day, K., Humphrey, G. and Cockcroft, S., 2017. How do the design features of health hackathons contribute to participatory medicine?. Australasian Journal of Information Systems, 21.
Heales, J., Cockcroft, S. and Trieu, V.H., 2017, July. The Influence of Privacy, Trust, and National Culture on Internet Transactions. In International Conference on Social Computing and Social Media (pp. 159-176). Springer, Cham.
Cockcroft, S., 2016. Big data in financial management a structured literature review and opportunities for IS research. In 27th Australasian Conference on Information Systems. ACIS.
Research most notable
Alcock, Jamie and Cockcroft, Sophie and Finn, Frank, Quantifying the Advantage of Secondary Mathematics Study for Accounting and Finance Undergraduates. Accounting and Finance, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1133111
For full list visit: https://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=hhoKqtUAAAAJ&hl=en
Publications in ePrints
Cockcroft, Sophie and Russell, Mark (2018) Big data opportunities for accounting and finance practice and research. Australian Accounting Review, 28 (3). pp. 323-333. ISSN 1035-6908
Trieu, Van-Hau and Cockcroft, Sophie and Perdana, Arif (2018) Decision-making performance in big data era: the role of actual business intelligence systems use and affecting external constraints. In: 26th European Conference of Information Systems: Beyond Digitization - Facets of Socio-Technical Change (ECIS 2018) , 23–28 Jun 2018 , Portsmouth, United kingdom.
Cockcroft, Sophie and Hendy, Jane (2018) Telehealth adoption: three case studies at the organisational level. In: 29th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS 2018), 3-5 Dec 2018, Sydney, Australia.
Day, Karen and Humphrey, Gayl and Cockcroft, Sophie (2017) How do the design features of health hackathons contribute to participatory medicine? Australasian Journal of Information Systems, 21 (Article 1383). ISSN 1449-8618
Heales, Jon and Cockcroft, Sophie and Trieu, Van-Hau (2017) The influence of privacy, trust, and national culture on internet transactions. In: 9th International Conference on Social Computing and Social Media (SCSM 2017), held as part of the 19th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI International), 9-14 July 2017, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Dr Sophie Cockcroft teaches and researches in Information Systems in the school of Management and Enterprise at USQ. Her teaching interests include Business Intelligence and Analytics and Systems Analysis and Design. She has two main themes of research 1. Health Information Systems including adoption and design 2. Business Intelligence (BI) and Analytics Her research to date, within these two areas, has focused on the impact of National culture on the development and use of Information Systems and on attitudes to Information Privacy. More recently, in relation to the BI and analytics stream of research she has been exploring the impact of Big Data on Accounting Practice, and the use of Visualisation in assessing credit risk. Her publications have appeared in the Information and Software Technology, Journal of Global Information Technology Management, Electronic Markets, Australian Accounting review, Accounting and Finance, and Geoinformatica. She is exploring the use of big data in finance, sport, health and other applications. She has previously worked at the University of Queensland, the University of Otago (New Zealand) and City University of Hong Kong.