Assessing Leading Institutions, Faculty, and Articles in Premier Information Systems Research Journals
This study provides a current assessment of the impact of various Information Systems (IS) articles, and the productivity of IS researchers and institutions. Using a data set of Information Systems articles that spans 15 years, we conducted a scientometric study of the field. The articles are drawn from three premier IS journals. We use citation analysis to demonstrate the impact of articles on institutions and individuals in the IS field. In addition, we identify IS topics with the highest impact. The results indicate that leading productive institutions have changed over time, and problematically, institutions outside of North America are poorly represented. We compare our results with earlier productivity findings created using alternative metrics.
Lowry, P., Karuga, G., & Richardson, V. (2007). Assessing Leading Institutions, Faculty, and Articles in Premier Information Systems Research Journals. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 20, pp-pp. https://doi.org/10.17705/1CAIS.02016
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