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

The Shareholder-Wealth and Trading-Volume Effects of Information-Technology Infrastructure Investments

Chatterjee, Debabroto, Pacini, Carl, and Sambamurthy, V

Managing Information Technology Investment Risk: A Real Options Perspective

Benaroch, Michel

Information-Technology Investment Decisions: When Do Costs and Benefits in the Social Subsystem Matter?

Ryan, Sherry D, Harrison, David A, and Schkade, Lawrence L

Research in Information Systems: An Empirical Study of Diversity in the Discipline and Its Journals

Vessey, Iris, Ramesh, V, and Glass, Robert L

Development of a Measure for the Organizational Learning Construct

Templeton, Gary F, Lewis, Bruce R, and Snyder, Charles A

The Role of Similarity in the Reuse of Object-Oriented Analysis Models

Irwin, Gretchen

A Discrepancy Model of Information System Personnel Turnover

Jiang, James J and Klein, Gary

Job Satisfaction of Information Technology Workers: The Impact of Career Orientation and Task Automation in a CASE Environment

McMurtrey, Mark E, Grover, Varun, Teng, James T C, and Lightner, Nancy J

The Dynamic Effects of Group Support Systems on Group Meetings

Reinig, Bruce A and Shin, Bongsik

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