Submissions from 1992

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INDEX OF AUTHORS, AIS

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PANEL 5 EDUCATION IN THE INFORMATION AGE: EXPERIENCES IN THE ELECTRONIC CLASSROOM, Maryam Alavi

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IMPLEMENTING EMERGING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES: THE EXAMPLE OF IMAGING INFORMATION SYSTEMS, Mary B. Alexander and Carol Wasala

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PANEL 7 PARADIGM SHIFT 2001: WHAT WILL WE TEACH BUSINESS MAJORS AS THE TECHNOLOGY BECOMES INVISIBLE?, Steven Alter

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USE OF STALE ANSWERS IN DATABASE APPLICATIONS, Yair M. Babad and Aditya N. Saharia

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PANEL 14 RETHINKING MODELS OF ORGANIZATION AND INNOVATION WITHIN INFORMATION SYSTEMS STUDIES, Robert J. Benson

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TUTORIAL NEW HORIZONS FOR HYPERMEDIA IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS, Michael Bieber

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THE POST-FORDIST TRANSFORMATION: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE, Andrew C. Boynton, Bart Victor, Joe Pine, and Mark Eaker

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EXEMPLAR: IMPROVING THE COLLEGE CLASSROOM WITH GROUP SUPPORT TECHNOLOGY, Robert O. Briggs, V. Ramesh, Koushik Basu, and Jusith P. Carlisle

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PANEL 6 TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT AND THE INFORMATION SYSTEMS FUNCTION: RESEARCH ISSUES AND CHALLENGES, John J. Burbridge Jr.

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SUPPORTING JOINT APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT (JAD) WITH ELECTRONIC MEETING SYSTEMS: A FIELD STUDY, Erran Carmel, Joey F. George, and Jay F. Nunamaker Jr.

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INFORMATION SYSTEMS OUTSOURCING: A MIXED INTEGER PROGRAMMING ANALYSIS, A. Chaudhury, K. Nam, and H. Raghav Rao

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AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF THE STRATEGIC USE OF IS IN AIRLINE DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS: AN INTEGRATIVE APPROACH, Ellen Chrisliaanse

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INFORMATION, POWER, AND CONTROL OF THE DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL: PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF A FIELD STUDY IN THE CONSUMER PACKAGED GOODS INDUSTRY, Eric K. Clemons and Michael C. Row

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PANEL 12 UNDERSTANDING THE SOFTWARE TRAINING PROCESS: WHAT'S REALLY IMPORTANT?, Deborah Compeau

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A WELL-SPECIFIED TEMPORAL RELATIONAL MODEL, Debabrata Dey, Terence M. Barron, and Veda C. Storey

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TUTORIAL BUILDING GROUP DECISION SUPPORT AND MULTIMEDIA RESEARCH LABS, Dorothy Dologite

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APPROACHES TO COMPUTERIZATION IN SMALL BUSINESSES IN GREECE, Georgios I. Doukidis, Steve Smithson, and Takis Lybereas

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PANEL 9 NEW THINKING IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS EDUCATION FOR MANAGERS: A EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE, Michael E. Earl

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MEDIA RICHNESS THEORY AND NEW ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION MEDIA: A STUDY OF VOICE MAIL AND ELECTRONIC MAIL, Maha M. El-Shinnawy and M. Lynne Markus

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PANEL 16 CROSS-CULTURAL RESEARCH IN IS, J. Roberto Evaristo

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UNDERSTANDING THE CEO/CIO RELATIONSHIP, David F. Feeny, Brian Edwards, and Kep Simpson

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIFFUSION: A REVIEW OF EMPIRICAL RESEARCH, Robert G. Fichman

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THE EFFECT OF PREVENTIVE AND DETERRENT SOFTWARE PIRACY STRATEGIES ON PRODUCER PROFITS, Ram D. Gopal and G. Lawrence Sanders

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PANEL 13 IS: A PROFESSION AT THE CROSSROADS?, Paul Gray

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AUTOMATION OF THE APPLICATIONS DEVELOPMENT LIFE CYCLE: MEASURING THE VALUE ADDED, Patricia J. Guinan, G. Nicholas Hopkins, and Jay G. Cooprider

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NEURAL NETWORKS IN FORECASTING AND DECISION MAKING, Timothy R. Hill and William C. Remus

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AN EMPIRICAL EXAMINATION OF THE DETERMINANTS OF ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY USE AND ITS IMPACT ON SUPERVISORSUBORDINATE INTERACTIONS, Caroline Howard and Nicholas P. Vitalari

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PANEL 3 ALTERNATIVE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION SERVICES: IMPLICATIONS FOR PRACTITIONERS AND ACADEMICS, Mimi E. Hurt

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DISTRIBUTION POLICY IN A GLOBAL VERSUS DOMESTIC CONTEXT, Sirka L. Jarvenpaa and Noam Tractinsky

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MESSAGE CREATION VERSATILITY, MEDIA CAPACITY, AND MEDIA CHOICE: A FORWARD-LOOKING PERSPECTIVE, Ruth C. King, Amir Hartman, and Kathleen Hartzel

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THE EFFECT OF MEDIUM AND TASK ON DYADIC COMMUNICATION, Susan T. Kinney and Richard T. Watson

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A MODEL OF THE EVOLUTION OF IS OUTSOURCING RELATIONSHIPS, Robert J. Klepper

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INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN MANUFACTURING COORDINATION: ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL PERSPECTIVES, Rob Kling, Kenneth L. Kraemer, Jonathan Allen, Yannis Bakos, Vijay Gurbaxani, and John King

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PANEL 1 INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION INFRA-STRUCTURES: DEVELOPMENT AND POLICIES, Ron M. Lee

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A COST SHARING TECHNIQUE FOR THE MANAGERS OF DISTRIBUTED COMPUTER NETWORKS, Jay M. Lightfoot and Richard D. Spinetto

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PANEL 8 VALUE-ADDED SERVICES IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR: PERSPECTIVES IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT AND PERFORMANCE FROM THE FRONT LINE, Donald A. Marchand

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TUTORIAL TRANSFORMING THE ORGANIZATION: REENGINEERING BUSINESS PROCESSES WITH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, M. Lynne Markus and John A. Turner

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MODELING REQUIREMENTS FOR FUTURE: ISSUES AND IMPLEMENTATION CONSIDERATIONS, Pentti Marttiin, Kalle Lyytinen, Matti Rossi, Veli-Pekka Tahvanainen, Kari Smolander, and Juha-Pekka Tolvanen

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IMPACT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ON TOLL COLLECTION AT THE PENNSYLVANIA TURNPIKE, Tridas Mukhopadhyay, F. Javier Lerch, and Vandana Gadh

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IMPLICATIONS FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT, N/A N/A

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GUIDELINES FOR EVALUATING CLASSES IN DATA MODELING, Jeffrey Parsons and Yair Wand

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PANEL 11 REENGINEERING: FULL SPEED AHEAD OR ARETNE SURE THAT WE KNOW WHERE WE ARE GOING?, Leslie R. Porter

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS STRATEGY: A SYNTHESIS OF THE CASE FOR REVERSE CAUSALITY, Philip Powell

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THE IMPACT OF INTERORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS ON THE ADOPTION AND DIFFUSION OF INTERORGANIZATIONAL SYSTEMS, G. Prekumar, K. Ramamurthy, and Sree Nilakanta

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A COMPARISON OF ALBRECHT'S FUNCTION POINT AND SYMONS' MARK II METRICS, Raimo Rask, Petteri Laamanen, and Kalle Lyytinen

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DEVELOPING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR AUGMENTING CASE DISCUSSIONS: CURRENT STATUS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS, Sukumar Rathnam, Ravi Kalakota, Andrew B. Whinston, Safaa Hashim, and Jeff Butterfield

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PANEL 2 STRUCTURATION THEORY IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS RESEARCH: DILEMMAS AND SOLUTIONS, Daniel Robey

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SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS: SOME PRELIMINARY IMPRESSIONS, Sundeep Sahay and Daniel Robey

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ANTICIPATING THE MNEMONIC SHIFT: ORGANIZATIONAL REMEMBERING AND FORGETTING IN 2001, Kent Sandoe and Lorne Olfman

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PANEL 17 SOCIAL ISSUES OF IS: RESHAPING OUR RESEARCH AGENDA FOR 2001?, Jeff Smith

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PANEL 4 LEVERAGING BUSINESS PROCESS REDESIGN THROUGH IS/TQM SYNERGY: CIOs TARGET RESEARCH DIRECTIONS, Jill Y. Smith

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PERCEIVED STRATEGIC VALUE OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS: MEASUREMENT, DETERMINANTS, AND EFFECTS, Girish H. Subramanian and John T. Nosek

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BUSINESS PROCESS REDESIGN AND INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE: ESTABLISHING THE MISSING LINKS, James T. C. Teng, William J. Kettinger, and Subashish Guha

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PANEL 15 INTEGRATING AI TECHNOLOGIES WITH CONVENTIONAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS, Richard G. Vedder

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THE EFFECTS OF RESTRICTIVENESS AND PREFERENCE FOR PROCEDURAL ORDER ON THE APPROPRIATION OF GROUP DECISION HEURISTICS IN A GSS ENVIRONMENT, Bradley C. Wheeler and Brian E. Mennecke

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PANEL 10 EXPLORING THE ROLE OF INFORMATION AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS AS EMPOWERMENT TECHNIQUES IN TQM ENVIRONMENTS, Karen L. Williams

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MISPLACED RESOURCES? FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH COMPUTER LITERACY AMONG END-USERS, Susan J. Winter, Barbara A. Gutek, and Katherine M. Chudoba

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STRATEGIES FOR IMPLEMENTATION RESEARCH: COMBINING RESEARCH METHODS, Judy L. Wynekoop

Submissions from 1991

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AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION INTO DECISION SUPPORT ENVIRONMENTS: FINDINGS AND CONSIDERATIONS, J. Michael Pearson and J. P. Shim