Submissions from 2008

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Ubiquitous Computing: Surfing the Trend in a Balanced Act, Michel Avital and Matt Germonprez

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Path Creation with Digital 3D Representations: Networks of Innovation in Architectural Design and Construction, Richard J. Boland, Kalle Lyytinen, and Youngjin Yoo

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Language Games in Computer-Mediated Communication, Jessica L. Carlo and Youngjin Yoo

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Innovation in the Knowing Organization: A Case Study of an e-Commerce Initiative, Chun Wei Choo and Ray Johnston

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On the Responsiveness of Supply Chains, Niels Dechow

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Adoption of Collaboration Technologies: Integrating Technology Acceptance and Collaboration Technology Research, Alan R. Dennis, Viswanath Venkatesh, and V. Ramesh

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Theorizing about Standardization: Integrating Fragments of Process Theory in Light of Telecommunication Standardization Wars, Vladislav Fomin, Thomas Keil, and Kalle Lyytinen

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Implementing Electronic Services Transnational Guidelines and Perspectives, Cor Franke and Paul Zeef

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Causal Factors for Web Site Complexity, Matt Germonprez and Ilze Zigurs

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Explanation in Information Systems, Dirk S. Hovorka, Matt Germonprez, and Kai R.T. Larsen

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What about Communication? Action Learning in e-Learning Environment, Wendy Jansen, Wilchard Steenbakkers, Henk van den Hooven, and Hans Jägers

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On The Alliance of Executive Education and Research inInformation Management at the University of Amsterdam, Rik Maes

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Research in computer science: an empirical study, V. Ramesh, Robert Glass, and Iris Vessey

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Theorizing the Unintended Consequences of Instant Messaging for Worker Productivity, Julie Rennecker and Lindsey Godwin

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A Critical Review of the Resource-based View of the Firm, Onno Truijens

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Information Metatheory, Pieter Wisse

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One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Knowledge Management Systems and Knowledge Sharing Practices in Global Learning Organizations, Youngjin Yoo and Michael Ginzberg

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Measuring the Consequences of Ubiquitous Computing in Networked Organizations, Youngjin Yoo and Kalle Lyytinen

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The Problem of Neural Networks in Business Forecasting:An Attempt to Reproduce the Hill, O’Connor and Remus Study, Lin Zhao, Fred Collopy, and Miles Kennedy