A 2020 Perspective on "How to Derive Causal Insights for Digital Commerce in China? A Research Commentary on Computational Social Science Methods"

David C. W. Phang, Kanliang Wang, Qiuhong Wang, Robert J. Kauffman, Maurizio Naldi

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Abstrakt

Cyber-physical data from wearable and other data-sensing devices have been rapidly changing the landscape of opportunity for the conduct of computational social science (CSS) studies. We now have the opportunity to include in our research wearable healthcare data sensors, global positioning system (GPS) data, as well as a range of other digital data via mobile phones and other kinds of easily deployed sensors. The result is a dramatic new set of measurement opportunities for management scientists, marketing research staff, and policy analysts, who can now apply a range of approaches to such data capture and analysis, including machine learning of patterns, and causal inference methods for relevant policy analytics conclusions.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Artikelnummer100975
TidsskriftElectronic Commerce Research and Applications
Vol/bind41
Udgave nummerMay-June
Antal sider2
ISSN1567-4223
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2020

Emneord

  • Causal inference
  • Computational social science (CSS)
  • Cyber-physical sensing
  • Data analytics
  • Machine learning
  • Wearable devices

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