Journal articles

1. Aloysius, J., Hoehle, H., Venkatesh, V. & Goodarzi, S. (forthcoming) Big Data Initiatives in Retail Environments: Linking Service Process Perceptions to Shopping Outcomes. Annals of Operations Research.

2. Goode, S., Hoehle, H., Venkatesh, V. & Brown, S.A. (forthcoming). User Compensation as a Data Breach Recovery Action: An Investigation of the Sony Playstation Network Breach. MIS Quarterly

3. Kude, T., Hoehle, H. & Sykes, T. (forthcoming). Big Data Breaches and Customer Compensation Strategies: Personality Traits and Social Influence as Antecedents of Perceived Compensation. International Journal of Operations and Production Management. [ABSTRACT]

4. Hoehle, H., Kude, T., Huff, S. & Popp, K. (forthcoming). Service Channel Fit: Conceptualization and Instrumentation Validated Through a Study of Electronic Banking. Business & Information Systems Engineering. [ABSTRACT]

5. Venkatesh, V., Aloysius, J., Hoehle, H. & Burton, S. (forthcoming). Design and Evaluation of Auto-ID Enabled Shopping Assistance Artifacts: Two Retail Store Laboratory Experiments. MIS Quarterly

6. Aloysius, J., Hoehle, H. & Venkatesh, V. (2016). Exploiting Big Data for Customer and Retailer Benefits: A Study of Emerging Mobile Checkout Scenarios. International Journal of Operations and Production Management, 36(4), 467-483. [ABSTRACT]

7. Hoehle, H., Aljafari, R. A., Venkatesh, V. (2016). Leveraging Microsoft's Mobile Usability Guidelines: Conceptualizing and Developing Scales for Mobile Application Usability. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 9, 35-53. [ABSTRACT]

8. Hoehle, H., Zhang, X., & Venkatesh, V. (2015). An Espoused Cultural Perspective to Understand Continued Intention to Use Mobile Applications: A Four-Country Study of Mobile Social Media Application Usability. European Journal of Information Systems, 24(3), 337-359. [ABSTRACT]

9. Hoehle, H., & Venkatesh, V. (2015). Mobile Application Usability: Conceptualization and Instrument Development. MIS Quarterly, 39(2), 435-472. [ABSTRACT]

10. Brown, S. A., Venkatesh, V., & Hoehle, H. (2014). Technology Adoption Decisions in the Household: A Seven-Model Comparison. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 66(9), 1933-1949. [ABSTRACT]

11. Venkatesh, V., Hoehle, H. & Aljafari, R. A. (2014). Usability Evaluation of the Obamacare Website. Government Information Quarterly, 31(4), 669-680[ABSTRACT]

12. Hoehle, H., Scornavacca, E. & Huff, S. (2012). Three Decades of Research on Consumer Adoption and Utilization of Electronic Banking Channels: A Literature Analysis. Decision Support Systems, 54(1), 122-132. [ABSTRACT]

13. Hoehle, H., Huff, S. & Goode, S. (2012). The Role of Continuous Trust in Information Systems Continuance. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 52(4), 1-9. [ABSTRACT]

14. Hoehle, H., Pauleen, D. & Scornavacca, E. (2010). Innovative ICT to Improve Student Learning Support: The Case of an Austral-asian University. International Journal of Learning Technology, 5(3), 289-309. [ABSTRACT]

15. Scornavacca, E., & Hoehle, H. (2009). A New Broom Sweeps Clean: Developing a Learning Cycle Tailored for E-commerce Courses. Int. J. Management in Education, 3(2), 149-161. [ABSTRACT]

16. Scornavacca, E., & Hoehle, H. (2007). Mobile Banking in Germany: A Strategic Perspective. International Journal of Electronic Finance, 1(3), 304-320. [ABSTRACT]

Conference proceedings

1. Hoehle, H. & Huff, S. & Venkatesh, V. (2012). Development and Validation of an Instrument to Measure the Service-Channel Fit of Electronic Banking Services. Paper presented and published in the proceedings of the European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), Barcelona, Spain.

2. Venkatesh, V., Brown, S. & Hoehle, H. (2012). Understanding Technology Adoption in the Household Context a Comparison of Seven Research Models. Paper presented and published in the proceedings of the European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), Barcelona, Spain.

3. Hoehle, H. & Huff, S. (2010). Advancing Task-Technology Fit Theory: A Formative-Measurement Approach to Determining Task-Channel Fit for Electronic Banking Channels. Paper presented and published in the proceedings of the Information Systems Foundation: Theory Building in Information Systems workshop (ISF), Canberra, Australia.

4. Hoehle, H. (2009). Factors Affecting Consumer Intentions to Use Electronic Banking Channels. Paper presented and published in the proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Phoenix.

5. Hoehle, H. & Huff, S. (2009). Electronic Banking Channels and Task-Channel Fit. Paper presented and published in the proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Phoenix.

6. Hoehle, H. & Scornavacca, E. (2008). Unveiling Experts Perceptions Towards the Characteristics and Value Propositions of Mobile Information Systems. Paper presented and published in the proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Mobile Business (ICMB), Barcelona.

7. Hoehle, H. & Lehmann, H. (2008). Exploring the State-of-the art of Mobile Banking Literature. Paper presented and published in the proceedings of the 7th Global Mobility Roundtable Conference, Auckland.

8. Hoehle, H. & Pauleen, D. (2008). Knowledge Management Among Academics: Do as I Teach Not as I Do. Paper presented and published in the proceedings of the 19th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS), Christchurch.

9. Hoehle, H. & Scornavacca, E. (2007). Exploring the Influence of ICT in the Workplace: The Case of Student Learning Advisors. Paper presented and published in the proceedings of the QualIT 2007: Qualitative Research - From the Margins to the Mainstream Conference, Wellington.

10. Scornavacca, E. & Hoehle, H. (2007). A Learning Cycle for E-Commerce Courses: The Case of ELCM 211. Paper presented and published in the proceedings of the Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS), Auckland.

11. Venkatraman, S., Hoehle, H., Scornavacca, E. & Yoong, P. (2007). Developing and Testing a Mobile Facsimile System: The Case of ClikiFax. Paper presented and published in the proceedings of the Global Mobility Roundtable, Los Angeles.

12. Scornavacca, E. & Hoehle, H. (2006). Mobile Banking in Germany. Paper presented and published in the proceedings of the Helsinki Mobility Roundtable, Helsinki.