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Communications of the Association for Information Systems

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Editor-in-Chief: Jan Recker, The University of Cologne
 

Communications of the Association for Information Systems

The primary role of a professional society is to facilitate communication among its members. Communications of the Association for Information Systems carries out this role for the Association for Information Systems (AIS) by publishing articles on a wide range of subjects of interest to the membership, including but not limited to regular research papers, debates, panel discussions, and other topics of interest to the global community.

Communications of the Association for Information Systems has a proud tradition of publishing novel, original and groundbreaking research, methodological essays and guidelines, important lively debates about research practices, and is also the only dedicated AIS outlet that publishes matters and studies related to IS pedagogy.

Current Volume: Volume 44 (2019)

Articles

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Leveraging Customer-integration Experience: A Review of Influencing Factors and Implications
Kathrin Füller, Jörg Weking, Markus Böhm, and Helmut Krcmar

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Managing Ambidexterity in Startups Pursuing Digital Innovation
Sune D. Müller, Nana Påske, and Line Rodil

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Construction of Design Science Research Questions
Nguyen Hoang Thuan, Andreas Drechsler, and Pedro Antunes

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Refining Technology Threat Avoidance Theory
Darrell Carpenter, Diana K. Young, Paul Barrett, and Alexander J. McLeod

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Does Chatting Really Help? Tweet Analytics and Analyst Forecast Dispersion
Ka Wai (Stanley) Choi, Shuk Ying Ho, and Fan (Finn) Yang

Debates

Panel Reports

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The Transformative Effect of the Internet of Things on Business and Society
J.P. Shim, Michel Avital, Alan R. Dennis, Matti Rossi, Carsten Sørensen, and Aaron French

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Politics and AIS: Where Do We Draw the Line?
Jane Fedorowicz, Niels Bjørn-Andersen, Sebastian Olbrich, Monideepa Tarafdar, and Dov Te'eni

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Getting Information Systems Programs Classified as STEM: A U.S.-based Perspective from an AIS Task Force Study and Panel Discussion
Mary C. Jones, Mark Srite, Ranga Chandrasekaran, Lakshmi S. Iyer, Tim Kayworth, and Jason B. Thatcher

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