Following the successful Meta-Research in Information Systems track at AMCIS 2018, 2019 and 2020, in terms of submissions and participant feedback, we propose to continue the track as a primary outlet for publication of innovative articles in this area. Meta-research (research on research) is a reflection among Information Systems (IS) scholars on issues surrounding the production of IS research. As such, it is a valuable venue for scholarly discussion within IS. It includes topics like 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 for evaluating scholarship, literature reviews, IS methods guideline reviews, as well as novel methods, theories, and debate.

The overall goal of the track is to showcase unique leading edge empirical, theoretical commentary that comprises what we call meta-research. A proper venue for reflexive work has been lacking within the structure of usual tracks at AMCIS. This kind of overview allows the discipline to assess and choose core premises. It is especially important because of the diversity of topic domains that fit into the overall IS scope, which is essentially multidisciplinary in terms of source foundations. The track provides a coherent framing for papers that might be rejected in other tracks for lack of fit, and a place for theoretically diverse and reflexive scholars to share perspectives. It also looks at the discipline as a scholarly culture.

Track Chairs:
Michael Cuellar , Georgia Southern University, mcuellar@georgiasouthern.edu
Hirotoshi Takeda, University of Southern Maine, hirotoshi.takeda@maine.edu
Duane Truex , Georgia State University, dtruex@gsu.edu
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2022
Wednesday, August 10th
12:00 AM

A Decade in Review: Aligning Information Systems Security (ISS) with the NICE framework

christopher kreider, Christopher Newport University
Omar El-Gayar, Dakota State University

12:00 AM

A Review of Literature on Trust in Online Platforms- A Conceptual Unified Framework and Future Research Directions

Sowmya Kini, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
Rajendra K. Bandi, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore

12:00 AM

Addressing the Practical Impact of Design Science Research

Dominik Siemon, LUT University
Felix Becker, Technische Universität Braunschweig
Michael Meyer, Technische Universität Braunschweig
Timo Strohmann, Technische Universität Braunschweig

12:00 AM

Artificial Intelligence in Human Resources Management: A Scoping Review

Daniel Gelinas, Concordia University
Arman Sadreddin, Concordia University
Rustam Vahidov, Concordia University

12:00 AM

Culture In Information Systems Research – A Systematic Literature Review

Yuan Xue, Elizabeth City State University
Subhasish Dasgupta, George Washington University

12:00 AM

How Does Information Technology Governance Impact Organizational Performance: A MetaSEM Study

Prashant Palvia, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Mohammad Daneshvar Kakhki, Western Michigan University
Fatima Mohammed, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Katelyn L. Walls, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

12:00 AM

Speak Up! Examining Voice as a Construct in Information Systems Literature

Yasamin Hadavi, Baylor University
Stacie Petter, Baylor University

12:00 AM

The Use of Text Analytics to Investigate Concepts in Intra- and Inter-disciplinary Software Piracy Research

Jerald Hughes, University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley
Juan A. Chavarria, Emporia State University
Francis Kofi Andoh-Baidoo, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

12:00 AM

Towards Bridging IS and Sustainability Transitions Research Communities? – Bibliometric Mapping of IS Beyond GreenIT

Babajide Alamu Owoyele, Erasmus University

12:00 AM

What does Native Theorizing and Native Products of Theorizing in Information Systems Look Like?

Nik Rushdi Hassan, University of Minnesota Duluth

12:00 AM