European Journal of Information Systems, Volume 20
Volume 20, Number 1, January 2011
: How do IT capabilities create strategic value? Toward greater integration of insights from reductionistic and holistic approaches.
, Steven Sawyer
: Requirements engineering blinders: exploring information systems developers' black-boxing of the emergent character of requirements.
Volume 20, Number 2, March 2011
Elizabeth J. Davidson
: 'Hey professor, why are you teaching this class?' Reflections on the relevance of IS research for undergraduate students.
, Peter Buxmann
: Outcomes and success factors of enterprise IT architecture management: empirical insight from the international financial services industry.
Volume 20, Number 3, May 2011
Including a Special Section on T-Goverment
Volume 20, Number 4, July 2011
Including a Special Section on Kleinian Approach to Information Systems Research
: Doing critical information systems research - arguments for a critical research methodology.
Nik R. Hassan
: Is information systems a discipline? Foucauldian and Toulminian insights.
: Enabling a Kleinian integration of interpretivist and socio-critical IS research: the contribution of Dooyeweerd's philosophy.
Volume 20, Number 5, September 2011
: Towards a greater diversity in writing styles, argumentative strategies and genre of manuscripts.
: Is traditional, open-source, or on-demand first choice? Developing an AHP-based framework for the comparison of different software models in office suites selection.
, Gimun Kim
: Investigating the reliability of second-order formative measurement in information systems research.
Volume 20, Number 6, November 2011
, Tejaswini Herath
: A review and analysis of deterrence theory in the IS security literature: making sense of the disparate findings.
Contrarian Study Series
Mark I. Hwang
, Frank L. Schmidt
: Assessing moderating effect in meta-analysis: a re-analysis of top management support studies and suggestions for researchers.
, Philip Yetton
: Top management support and IS implementation: further support for the moderating role of task interdependence.