The publication of the Spring 2001 issue marks the completion of the first 15 years of the Journal of Information Systems (JIS). This paper analyzes the content of articles published, the research methods used, the sources referenced, and impact of articles published in JIS. The analyses provide insights concerning the development of accounting information systems research that should be of interest not only to readers of and contributors to JIS, but also to current and prospective doctoral students who are interested in the field of accounting information systems. Accounting researchers specializing in other disciplines may also find this paper beneficial in understanding the research interests of their accounting information systems colleagues.
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Research Article| September 01 2002
The Journal of Information Systems: A Review of the First 15 Years
Journal of Information Systems (2002) 16 (2): 97–116.
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Janet A. Samuels, Paul John Steinbart; The Journal of Information Systems: A Review of the First 15 Years. Journal of Information Systems 1 September 2002; 16 (2): 97–116. doi: https://doi.org/10.2308/jis.2002.16.2.97
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