|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 45 (2019)
The Role of Knowledge Management in the Relationship between IT Capability and Interorganizational Performance: An Empirical Investigation
Antonis Stylianou, Chandrasekar Subramaniam, and Yuan Niu
Refining the Threat Calculus of Technology Threat Avoidance Theory
Sara Boysen, Barbara Hewitt, David Gibbs, and Alexander McLeod
Information Systems Research: Thinking Outside the Basket and Beyond the Journal
Brian Fitzgerald, Alan R. Dennis, Juyoung An, Satoshi Tsutsui, and Rishikesh C. Muchala
Commentary on “Information Systems Research: Thinking Outside the Basket and Beyond the Journal”
Chris Sauer and Leslie Willcocks
Closing Thoughts on “Information Systems Research: Thinking Outside the Basket and Beyond the Journal”
Brian Fitzgerald and Alan R. Dennis
Giving Voice to the Voiceless: The Use of Digital Technologies by Marginalized Groups
Jose Ortiz, Amber Young, Michael D. Myers, Rudolph T. Bedeley, Donal Carbaugh, Hameed Chughtai, Elizabeth Davidson, Jordana George, Janis Gogan, Steven Gordon, Eean Grimshaw, Dorothy E. Leidner, Margaret Pulver, and Ariel Wigdor
If Practice Makes Perfect, Where do we Stand?
Dennis F. Galletta, Niels Bjørn-Andersen, Dorothy E. Leidner, M. Lynne Markus, Ephraim R. McLean, Detmar Straub, and James Wetherbe
Overview of the Multilevel Research Perspective: Implications for Theory Building and Empirical Research
Meng Zhang, Guy G. Gable, and Mary Tate