This is the last in a series of nine papers making up a special issue of Communications of the AIS (CAIS) titled "The State of the Information Systems Academic Discipline in Pacific Asia" (IS-in-PA). This paper reports on knowledge gleaned from the conduct of the sub-studies that comprise the IS-in PA project. In particular, there is analysis of the specific research artifacts developed for the individual sub-studies reported in this special edition. It is proposed that the methodological learnings derived from this project will be of benefit in the replication and extension of this project to other regions of the world. The paper addresses a key aim of the IS-in-PA, involving the development and application of a process of evidence collection and review transferable to other studies tracking diffusion of the IS discipline.
Gable, G., & Smyth, R. (2007). The State of the IS Academic Discipline in Pacific Asia: Methodological Learnings. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 21, pp-pp. https://doi.org/10.17705/1CAIS.02109