Following on the success of this track in 2018, this track serves as the primary point of contribution and subsequent publication of innovative meta-research articles. Meta-research (research on research) is a venerable and valuable research stream within Information Systems. Meta-research is the discussion that goes on between IS scholars on issues surrounding the production of IS research. It includes such areas as discussions of the structure and development of the field, the core and boundaries of the field, field legitimacy, scholar/department/journal/ country ranking methods, discussions of research culture and practices, methods of evaluation of scholarship, literature reviews and research commentaries. The purpose of the track includes showcasing unique and leading edge empirical, theoretical, and commentary papers in the area of meta-research. Typically, there has not been a good location for these types of papers within the structure of the usual tracks provided. This track will provide a welcoming space for such papers. If successful, we look forward to subsequent tracks, workshops, and perhaps even a new SIG.
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A citation analysis of theoretical concept reviews

Chitu Okoli, SKEMA Business School - Université Côte d'Azur

A Systematic Literature Mapping on Interorganizational Information Systems

Bruna Diirr, Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO)
Gleison Santos, Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO)

A systematic review of Social Internet of Things: concepts and application areas

Gomathi Thangavel, Örebro Univesity
Mevludin Memedi, Örebro University
Karin Hedström, School of Business

Application of Digital Nudging in Customer Journeys – A Systematic Literature Review

Armando Schär, University of Applied Science HTW Chur
Katarina Stanoevska-Slabeva, University of St. Gallen

Assemblage Theory to explain the Information Technology Capability Development in Small Businesses

Maria Teresa Rodriguez, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Beatriz Helena Bhdp Diaz Pinzón, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Definitional Definitions and the Bare Minimum of Theory

Chitu Okoli, SKEMA Business School - Université Côte d'Azur

Experimentation in Conceptual Modeling Research: A Systematic Review

Markus Fischer, University of Hagen
Kristina Rosenthal, University of Hagen
Stefan Strecker, University of Hagen

On the Status of Longitudinal Research in Information Systems: Research in Progress

Yi Maggie Guo, University of Michigan -- Dearborn
Barbara D. Klein, University of Michigan -- Dearborn

Preliminary Insights into Dominant Issues, Theories and Methodologies in Platform Interoperability Research

Richard Boateng, University of Ghana Business School
Bryan Acheampong, University of Ghana Business School
Ibrahim Bedi, University of Ghana Business School

(Re)considering the Concept of Reproducibility of Information Systems Literature Reviews

W. Alec Cram, Bentley University

Reputation Control and Theoretical Innovation in Two Academic Cultures

Eleanor Wynn, Ronin institute
Helena Vallo Hult, University West

Setting the Hook – The Digital Transformation from a Manufacturing Point of View and what it Really Means

Quirin Demlehner, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg
Sven Laumer, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg

Towards a Greater Appeal of Replication Research by Learning from the Field of Neuroscience

R. Stefan Greulich, Deutsches Primatenzentrum GmbH
Alfred Benedikt Brendel, Chair of Information Management

What We Know and What We Do Not Know About Digital Technologies in the Sports Industry

Arne Gruettner, University of St.Gallen