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Journal of Information Systems

1986 - Summer 2016

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Adamson, I. L. and D. M. Dilts. 1995. Development of an accounting object model from accounting transactions. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 43-64.

Alali, F. A. and C. Yeh. 2012. Cloud computing: Overview and risk analysis. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 13-33.

Aldhizer, G. R. III., L. D. Turner and M. D. Shank. 2002. Determinants of consulting service quality for accounting and nonaccounting service providers. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 61-74.

Ali, S., P. Green and A. Robb. 2013. Measuring top management's IT governance knowledge absorptive capacity. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 137-155.

Alles, M. G. and G. L. Grey. 2012. A relative cost framework of demand for external assurance of XBRL filings. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 103-126.

Alles, M. G., A. Kogan and M. A. Vasarhelyi. 2008. Putting continuous auditing theory into practice: Lessons from two pilot implementations. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 195-214.

Amer, T. 1991. An experimental investigation of multi-cue financial information display and decision making. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 18-34.

Amer, T., A. D. Bailey Jr. and P. De. 1987. A review of the computer information systems research related to accounting and auditing. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 3-28.

Amer, T. S. 1993. Entity-relationship and relational database modeling representations for the audit review of accounting applications: An experimental examination of effectiveness. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 1-15.

Amer, T. S. 1994. Discussion of modeling conversion process events. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 55-58.

Amer, T. S. 2005. Bias due to visual illusion in the graphical presentation of accounting information. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 1-18.

Amer, T. S. and J. B. Maris. 2007. Signal words and signal icons in application control and information technology exception messages - Hazard matching and habituation effects. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 1-26.

Amer, T. S. and S. Ravindran. 2010. The effect of visual illusions on the graphical display of information. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 23-42.

Arbore, A., R. Graziani and S. Venturini. 2014. Understanding personal mobile technologies: Decomposing and de-averaging the value of a smartphone. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 167-185.

Arnold, V. 1995. Discussion of an experimental evaluation of measurements of information systems effectiveness. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 85-91.

Arnold, V. 1998. Discussion of factors that influence reliance on decision aids: A model and an experiment. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 95-97.

Arnold, V., T. S. Benford, C. Hampton and S. G. Sutton. 2012. Enterprise risk management as a strategic governance mechanism in B2B-enabled transnational supply chains. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 51-76.

Arnold, V., T. S. Benford, C. Hampton and S. G. Sutton. 2014. Enterprise risk management: Re-conceptualizing the role of risk and trust on information sharing in transnational alliances. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 257-285.

Arunachalam, V. and W. Dilla. 1992. Computer-mediated communication and structured interaction in transfer pricing negotiation. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 149-170.

Arunachalam, V., B. K. W. Pei and P. J. Steinbart. 2002. Reply to Discussion of impression management with graphs: Effects on choices. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 207-208.

Arunachalam, V., B. K. W. Pei and P. J. Steinbart. 2002. Impression management with graphs: Effects on choices. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 183-202.

Ashkanasy, N., P. L. Bowen, F. H. Rohde and C. Y. A. Wu. 2007. The effects of user characteristics on query performance in the presence of information request ambiguity. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 53-82.

Asthana, S. 2003. Impact of information technology on post-earnings announcement drift. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 1-17.

Bagranoff, N. A. and L. D. Turner. 2004. Growing a nontraditional accounting firm: Warren and Associates. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 49-56.

Bagranoff, N. A. and P. C. Brewer. 2003. PMB investments: An enterprise system implementation. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 85-106.

Bailey, A. D. Jr. 2000. Discussion of AICPA/CICA SYSTRUST™ principles and criteria. Journal of Information Systems (Supplement): 9-16.

Bailey, A. D. Jr., A. B. Whinston and P. T. Zacarias. 1989. Knowledge representation theory and the design of auditable office information systems. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 1-28.

Bailey, A. D. Jr., K. Hackenbrack, P. De and J. Dillard. 1987. Artificial intelligence, cognitive science, and computational modeling in auditing research: A research approach. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 20-40.

Bain, C. E., A. I. Blankley and L. M. Smith. 2002. An examination of topical coverage for the first accounting information systems course. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 143-164.

Bajaj, A., W. E. Bradley and K. S. Cravens. 2008. SAAS: Integrating systems analysis with accounting and strategy for ex ante evaluation of IS investments. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 97-124.

Balwin-Morgan, A. 1993. The impact of expert system audit tools on auditing firms in the year 2001. A Delphi investigation. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 16-34.

Bamber, E. M., M. C. Hill and R. T. Watson. 1998. Audit groups and group support systems: A framework and propositions for future research. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 45-73.

Banker, R. D., H. Chang and Y. Kao. 2002. Impact of information technology on public accounting firm productivity. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 209-222.

Banker, R. D., H. Chang and Y. Kao. 2002. Reply to Discussion of Impact of information technology on public accounting firm productivity. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 227-229.

Bart, C. and O. Turel. 2010. IT and the board of directors: An empirical investigation into the "governance questions" Canadian board members ask about IT. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 147-172.

Barra, R. A. 2010. The impact of internal controls and penalties on fraud. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 1-21.

Basoglu, K. A. and T. J. Hess. 2014. Online business reporting: A signaling theory perspective. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 67-101.

Bauer, T. D., B. Dehning and T. C. Stratopoulos. 2012. The financial performance of global information and communication technology companies. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 119-152.

Bazilevich, L. A. 1992. Transition from a command to a market economy: Creation of a valid management information system. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 14-31.

Beck, G. M., R. Limor, V. Arunachalam and P. R. Wheeler. 2014. The effect of changes in decision aid bias on learning: Evidence of functional fixation. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 19-42.

Behn, B. K., D. L. Searcy and J. B. Woodroof. 2006. A within firm analysis of current and expected future audit lag determinants. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 65-86.

Blankley, A. I. 2006. Using SQL to develop database query proficiency: A follow-up note to Borthick, Jones, and Kim (2001). Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 117-137.

Blaskovich, J. L. 2008. Exploring the effect of distance: An experimental investigation of virtual collaboration, social loafing, and group decisions. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 27-46.

Blaskovich, J. and N. Mintchik. 2011. Information technology outsourcing: A taxonomy of prior studies and directions for future research. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 1-36.

Bollen, L. H., H. F. Hassink, R. K. de Lange and S. D. Buijl. 2008. Best practices in managing investor relations websites: Directions for future research. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 171-194.

Bonson, E. and M. Bednarova. 2015. YouTube sustainability reporting: Empirical evidence from Eurozone-listed companies. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 35-50.

Boritz, J. E. and J. E. Hunton. 2002.Investigating the impact of auditor-provided systems reliability assurance on potential service recipients. Journal of Information Systems (Spring Supplement): 69-87. (Retracted).

Boritz, J. E. and J. E. Hunton. 2015. Retraction: Investigating the impact of auditor-provided systems reliability assurance on potential service recipients. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 239.

Boritz, J. E. and L. M. Timoshenko. 2015. Firm-specific characteristics of the participants in the SEC's XBRL voluntary filing program. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 9-36.

Boritz, J. E. and W. G. No. 2009. Assurance on XBRL-related documents: The case of United Technologies Corporation. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 49-78.

Boritz, J. E. and W. G. No. 2011. E-commerce and privacy: Exploring what we know and opportunities for future discovery. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 11-45.

Boritz, J. E., C. Carnaghan and P. S. Alencar. 2014. Business modeling to improve auditor risk assessment: An investigation of alternative representations. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 231-256.

Borthick, A. F. 1992. Editorial: Helping users get the information they want, when they want it, in the form they want it: Integrating the choice and use of information. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): pv-ix.

Borthick, A. F. 1992. Editor's foreword. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): piii-iv.

Borthick, A. F. 1993. Editor's foreword. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): Preceding 1.

Borthick, A. F. 1993. Editor's foreword. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): Preceding 65.

Borthick, A. F. 1996. Editorial: Helping accountants learn to get the information managers want: The role of the accounting information systems course. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 75-85.

Borthick, A. F. 2012. Designing continuous auditing for highly automated procure-to-pay process. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 153-166.

Borthick, A. F. and D. R. Jones. 2005. Analyzing a potential warranty call center budget overrun: Using database queries to solve business problems. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 97-111.

Borthick, A. F. and D. R. Jones. 2007. Creating a business process diagram and database queries to detect billing errors and analyze calling patterns for cell phone service. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 107-122.

Borthick, A. F. and J. H. Scheiner. 1988. Selection of small business computer systems: Structuring a multi-criteria approach. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 10-29.

Borthick, A. F. and M. B. Curtis. 2008. Due diligence on fast-fashion inventory through data querying. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 77-93.

Borthick, A. F. and P. L. Bowen. 2008. Auditing system development: constructing the meaning of "systematic and rational" in the context of Legacy code migration. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 47-62.

Borthick, A. F., D. R. Jones and K. Ryan. 2001. Developing database query proficiency: Assuring compliance for responses to web site referrals. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 35-56.

Borthick, A. F., D. R. Jones and S. Wakai. 2003. Designing learning experiences within learners' zones of proximal development (ZPDs): Enabling collaborative learning on-site and online. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 107-134.

Borthick, A. F., P. L. Bowen and G. J. Gerard. 2008. Modeling a business process and querying the resulting database: Analyzing RFID data to develop business intelligence. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 331-350. (Teaching case).

Borthick, A. F., R. L. Clark and A. S. Hollander. 1990. Making accounting information systems work: An empirical investigation of the creative thinking paradigm. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 48-62.

Bovee, M., A. Kogan, K. Nelson, R. P. Srivastava and M. A. Vasarhelyi. 2005. Financial reporting and auditing with net knowledge (FRAANK) and extensible business reporting language (XBRL). Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 19-41.

Bovee, M., M. L. Ettredge, R. P. Srivastava and M. A. Vasarhelyi. 2002. Does the year 2002 XBRL taxonomy accommodate current business financial-reporting practice? Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 165-182.

Bradford, M., S. B. Richtermeyer and D. F. Roberts. 2007. System diagramming techniques: An analysis of methods used in accounting education and practice. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 173-212.

Brazel, J. F. and L. Dang. 2008. The effect of ERP system implementations on the management of earnings and earnings release dates. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 1-21.

Brown, C. E. and D. S. Murphy. 1990. the use of auditing expert systems in public accounting. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 63-72.

Brown, D. L. and D. R. Jones. 1998. Factors that influence reliance on decision aids: A model and an experiment. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 75-94.

Brown, D. L., J. F. Dillard and R. S. Marshall. 2005. Strategically informed, environmentally conscious information requirements for accounting information systems. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 79-103.

Brown, R. M. and B. Ruf. 1989. Applying software design principles to accounting software: A direct manipulation approach. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 41-54.

Bryant, S. M. 2001. A blueprint for an AIS consulting course. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 19-34.

Burch, J. G. 1987. Information systems: Is it too late to join the revolution? Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 114-123.

Burney, L. L. and M. Matherly. 2007. Examining performance measurement from an integrated perspective. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 49-68.

Burton, F. G. 2001. A user's willingness to adopt a new information system: The influence of the decision-making improvements and performance-monitoring dimensions of the system. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 61-79.

Burton, R. N. 2000. Discussion of information technology-related activities of internal auditors. Journal of Information Systems (Supplement): 57-60.

Callahan, C. M., E. A. Gabriel and R. E. Smith. 2009. The effects of inter-firm cost correlation, IT investment, and product cost accuracy on production decisions and firm profitability. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 51-78.

Campbell, T. L. 1987. Trends and projections of IS/MAS faculty and courses. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 101-113.

Cao, J., A. I. Nicolaou and S. Bhattacharya. 2013. A longitudinal examination of enterprise resource planning system post-implementation enhancements. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 13-39.

Carnaghan, C. 2002. Discussion of Holistic, continuous assurance integration: e-business opportunities and challenges. Journal of Information Systems (Spring Supplement): 25-27.

Carson, E. and C. Dowling. 2012. The competitive advantage of audit support systems: The relationship between extent of structure and audit pricing. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 35-49.

Chan, S. H. and S. Wright. 2007. Feasibility of more frequent reporting: A field study informed survey of in-company accounting and IT. Professionals. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 101-115.

Chandra, A. and T. G. Calderon. 2003. Toward a biometric security layer in accounting systems. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 51-70.

Chao, J. C. 1990. Interception controls of data communications systems. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 69-80.

Chen, C., J. Lim and T. C. Stratopoulos. 2011. IT capability and a firm's ability to recover from losses: Evidence from the economics downturn of the early 2000s. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 117-144.

Chen, Y., A. L. Smith, J. Cao and W. Xia. 2014. Information technology capability, internal control effectiveness, and audit fees and delays. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 149-180.

Cherrington, J. O. 1993. Implementing a graduate management consulting course. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 48-61.

Cherrington, J. O. and K. D. Stocks. 1986. Educating a management consultant. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 145-153.

Cherrington, J. O., E. L. Denna and D. P. Andros. 1996. Developing an event-based business solution: The case of IBM's national employee disbursement system. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 51-69.

Cheung, J. K. and N. A. Bagranoff. 1991. Assessing intangible costs and benefits in the systems decision via option pricing theory. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 36-47.

Christensen, A. L. and M. M. Eining. 1991. Factors influencing software piracy: Implications for accountants. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 67-80.

Chu, P. 1991. A study of the influence of a decision support aid on decision processes: Exploring the blackbox. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 1-17.

Church, K. and R. Smith. 2008. REA ontology-based simulation models for enterprise strategic planning. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 301-329.

Church, K. S. and R. E. Smith. 2007. An extension of the REA framework to support balanced scorecard information requirements. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 1-25.

Chychyla, R. and A. Kogan. 2015. Using XBRL to conduct a large-scale study of discrepancies between the accounting numbers in Compustat and SEC 10-K filings. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 37-72.

Clements, C. E. and C. Wolfe. 2000. Reporting financial results with the video medium: An experimental analysis. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 79-94.

Coalter, T. M., J. E. Hunton and K. H. Price. 1999. Collective user participation in specifying requirements of an information system: Minimizing differences between minority and majority voting subgroups. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 31-48.

Cong, Y. and J. Romero. 2013. On information systems complexity and vulnerability. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 51-64.

Cong, Y., J. Hao and L. Zou. 2014. The impact of XBRL reporting on market efficiency. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 181-207.

Cornell, R. M., M. M. Eining and P. J. Hu. 2011. The effects of process accountability on individuals' use of a familiar technology. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 109-128.

Coy, D. and W. O'Grady. 1992. The changing use of spreadsheets by accountants in New Zealand: A comparison of 1991 with 1986. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 171-181.

Cram, W. A. and R. B. Gallupe. 2016. A method to evaluate information systems control alignment. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 117-135.

Cram, W. A., M. K. Brohman and R. B. Gallupe. 2015. Addressing the control challenges of the enterprise architecture process. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 161-182.

Crossler, R. E., J. H. Long, T. M. Loraas and B. S. Trinkle. 2014. Understanding compliance with bring your own device policies utilizing protection motivation theory: Bridging the intention-behavior gap. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 209-226.

Curtis, M. B. and A. F. Borthick. 1999. Evaluation of internal control from a control objective narrative. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 63-81.

Curtis, M. B. and R. S. Debreceny. 2015. Annual Editor report for period ending May, 31, 2015. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 165-171. (The JIS publishes five classes of papers: Research, Practice, Knowledge Resources, Commentary, and Replications).

Curtis, M. B. and R. S. Debreceny. 2016. The Journal of Information Systems at Thirty. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 1-2.

Curtis, M. B., J. G. Jenkins, J. C. Bedard and D. R. Deis. 2009. Auditors' training and proficiency in information systems: A research synthesis. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 79-96.

Cushing, B. E. 1989. On the feasibility and the consequences of a database approach to corporate financial reporting. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 29-52.

Cushing, B. E. 1990. Frameworks, paradigms, and scientific research in management information systems. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 38-59.

Daigle, R. J. 2004. Discussion of: SportsStuff.com: A case study of XML technologies, e-business processes, and accounting information systems. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 75-77.

Daigle, R. J. 2009. Stolen without a gun. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 79-82.

Daigle, R. J., D. C. Hayes and K. E. Hughes II. 2007. Assessing student learning outcomes in the introductory accounting information course using the AICPA's core competency framework. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 149-169.

David, J. S. 2003. Discussion of Information transfer among internet firms: The case of hacker attacks. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 83-86.

David, J. S., C. L. Dunn, W. E. McCarthy and R. S. Poston. 1999. The research pyramid: A framework for accounting information systems research. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 7-30.

Davidson, B. I., N. K. Desai and G. J. Gerard. 2013. The effect of continuous auditing on the relationship between internal audit sourcing and the external auditor's reliance on the internal audit function. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 41-59.

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De Cesare, S. and C. Partridge. 2016. BORO as a foundation to enterprise ontology. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 83-112. (Business Object Reference Ontology).

De Haes, S. W. Van Grembergen and R. S. Debreceny. 2013. COBIT 5 and enterprise governance of information technology: Building blocks and research opportunities. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 307-324.

Debreceny, R. S. 2011. Betwixt and between? Bringing information systems and accounting systems research together. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 1-9.

Debreceny, R. S. 2013. Research on IT governance, risk, and value: Challenges and opportunities. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 129-135.

Debreceny, R. S. 2015. Social media, social networks, and accounting. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 1-4.

Debreceny, R. S. and G. L. Gray. 2011. Data mining of electronic mail and auditing: A research agenda. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 195-226.

Debrecency, R. S. and G. L. Gray. 2013. IT governance and process maturity: A multinational field study. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 157-188.

Debreceny, R. S. and M. B. Curtis. 2015. Challenges from and to the senior editors of the Journal of Information Systems. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 1-8.

Debreceny, R. S. and P. L. Bowen. 2005. The effects on end-user query performance of incorporating object-oriented abstractions in database accounting systems. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 43-74.

Debreceny, R. S., G. L. Gray, J. J. Ng, K. S. Lee and W. Yau. 2005. Embedded audit modules in enterprise resource planning systems: Implementation and functionality. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 7-27.

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Dehning, B. 2008. Preface to the 2007 research forum. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 95.

Dehning, B. and V. J. Richardson. 2002. Returns on investments in information technology: A research synthesis. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 7-30.

Deng, X. and T. Wang. 2014. Understanding post-implementation support for enterprise systems: An empirical study of IT personnel's customer-oriented citizenship behaviors. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 17-39.

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Dilla, W., D. J. Janvrin and R. Raschke. 2010. Interactive data visualization: New directions for accounting information systems research. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 1-37.

Dilla, W. N. 2013. Guest editorial: Can avatars fight fraud? How virtual business environments facilitate learning more about fraud investigation and prevention. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 127-130.

Dilla, W. N. and D. N. Stone. 1997. Response scales in risk judgments: The effects of representation, fineness and user choice. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 75-96.

Dilla, W. N. and P. J. Steinbart. 2005. Using information display characteristics to provide decision guidance in a choice task under conditions of strict uncertainty. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 29-55.

Dilla, W. N., A. J. Harrison, B. E. Mennecke and D. J. Janvrin. 2013. The assets are virtual but the behavior is real: An analysis of fraud in virtual worlds and its implications for the real world. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 131-158.

Dillard, J. F. 2003. Professional services, IBM, and the holocaust. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 1-16.

Doney, L. D. 1989. A study of customer involvement in monitoring computerized statements. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 32-40.

Doty, E. A., A. Sen and S. C. Wang. 1989. Effect of internal controls in data base design. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 70-91.

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Drum, D. M., R. Standifer and K. Bourne. 2015. Facing the consequences: Examining a workaround outcomes-based model. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 137-159.

Du, H. and W. Jiang. 2015. Do social media matter? Initial empirical evidence. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 51-70.

Du, H., M. A. Vasarhelyi and X. Zheng. 2013. XBRL mandate: Thousands of filing errors and so what? Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 61-78.

Dull, R. B. and D. P. Tegarden, 1999. A comparison of three visual representations of complex multidimensional accounting information. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 117-131.

Dunn, C. L. and B. S. Soomer. 2005. How customers think: Essential insights into the mind of the market/why we buy: The science of shopping. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 155-157.

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Dunn, K., M. Kohlbeck and M. Magilke. 2009. Future profitability, operating cash flows, and market valuations associated with offshoring arrangements of technology jobs. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 25-47.

Dzuranin, A. C. and I. Malaescu. 2016. The current state and future direction of IT audit: Challenges and opportunities. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 7-20.

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Farewell, S. M. 2006. An introduction to XBRL through the use of research and technical assignments. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 161-185.

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Fisher, I. E. and M. Bradford. 2006. New York State agencies: A case study for analyzing the process of Legacy system migration: Part II. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 139-160.

Fordham, D. R. 2005. New roles for AIS courses: A surprising finding from a case study. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 113-129.

Fordham, D. R. 2008. A discovery-learning classroom case on accounting data transmission systems. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 103-122.

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