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Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, Volume 63, pp 1054-1058; https://doi.org/10.1002/asi.22624

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, Jung P Shim
Published: 1 December 2011
Journal of Information Technology, Volume 26, pp 313-322; https://doi.org/10.1057/jit.2011.21

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Diversity issues in management information systems (MIS) research have received abundant attention over the last 20 years. This paper extends the debate on the limited diversity in the research methods of MIS researchers to include the global research community. The argument of methodological exclusiveness on a global scale is argued to be the result of educational influence on faculty in each region. Leading universities throughout three major regions of the world were evaluated to show the educational influence of faculty causing the expansion of methodological exclusion on a global scale. The paper concludes with recommendations for addressing the issues discussed to further facilitate collaboration among researchers internationally.
Vicky L. Seiler, Timothy H. Reisenwitz, John A. Schibrowsky
Published: 1 October 2011
Marketing Education Review, Volume 21, pp 251-274; https://doi.org/10.2753/mer1052-8008210305

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This study examines reviewer practices at 11 marketing journals. The results for the top three journals are compared to eight comparable journals that are typically considered to be non-top-tier journals. The results suggest that the reviewers and the review processes at the top journals differ significantly from those of the non-top-tier journals. One of the most important findings is the degree to which the double-blind review process is being employed. The results may provide aspiring authors with a greater understanding and empathy of the review process, which in turn may allow them to be more successful with their article submissions.
Roumen Vragov
Published: 1 January 2009
SSRN Electronic Journal; https://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1529320

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This paper presents a mathematical model that analyzes the rational incentives involved in providing an informative evaluation for a knowledge management system
Michael Gallivan, Raquel Benbunan‐Finch
Published: 6 June 2008
Information Technology & People, Volume 21, pp 178-204; https://doi.org/10.1108/09593840810881079

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Purpose: The paper seeks to provide a structured review of the literature on gender and scholarly career outcomes in the social sciences and discuss its relevance to research on IS scholarship, in order to guide researchers who seek to conduct studies on the role of gender in academic IS careers.Design/methodology/approach: The authors review the literature to identify all published studies that compare (or theorize about) various academic career outcomes for men and women in the social sciences.Findings: In comparing the literature from the IS field with other social science disciplines, the authors conclude that gender has been entirely overlooked in studies of IS scholars' publication patterns and other career outcomes. Propositions are developed for researchers in order to guide future studies that examine the relationship between gender and academic career outcomes.Research limitations/implications: The paper focuses on studies that compare research productivity and other career outcomes for men and women in social science disciplines. Studies in other disciplines such as engineering, physical sciences, arts and humanities, are omitted. Studies that focus on women only or studies that examine the general antecedents to scholarly outcomes but which ignore gender are also excluded.Practical implications: This paper seeks to open up a discussion of gender as a valid issue for investigation regarding career outcomes for IS scholars. The authors seek to motivate other researchers to examine whether women are achieving parity in the IS academic field.Originality/value: This paper provides a comprehensive, structured literature review to systematically study whether gender plays a role in research productivity and other career outcomes for IS scholars.
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