Journal of Management Information Systems (JMIS) is a top-tier scholarly journal aiming to advance the understanding and practice of information systems.

JMIS is published quarterly by Taylor & Francis.

Editorial Introduction

Zwass, Vladimir

Differences Between Novice and Expert Systems Analysts: What Do We Know and What Do We Do?

Schenk, K D, Vitalari, Nicholas P, and Davis, K Shannon

The Relevance of Application Domain Knowledge: Characterizing the Computer Program Comprehension Process

Shaft, Teresa M and Vessey, Iris

A Theoretically Grounded Approach to Assist Memory Recall During Information Requirements Determination

Moody, Janette W, Blanton, J Ellis, and Cheney, Paul H

Effects of Four Modes of Group Communication on the Outcomes of Software Requirements Determination

Ocker, Rosalie, Fjermestdad, Jerry, Hiltz, Starr Roxanne, and Johnson, Kenneth

Reducing Status Effects with Computer-Mediated Communication: Evidence from Two Distinct National Cultures

Tan, Bernard C Y, Kwok-Kee, Wei, Watson, Richard T, and Walczuch, Rita M

Software Cost Estimation Using Economic Production Models

Qing, Hu, Plant, Robert T, and Hertz, David B

Software Growth Options

Taudes, Alfred

A Model Management Approach to Business Process Reengineering

Orman, Levent V

Testing an Ethical Decision-Making Theory: The Case of Softlifting

Thong, James Y L and Chee-sing, Yap

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