Management And Accounting Web

Journal of Information Systems 2015

Provided by James R. Martin, Ph.D., CMA
Professor Emeritus, University of South Florida

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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. 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.

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.

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.

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).

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

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.

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.

Eschenbrenner, B., F. F. Nah and V. R. Telaprolu. 2015. Efficacy of social media utilization by public accounting firms: Findings and directions for future research. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 5-21.

Greenstein, M. M. and J. E. Hunton. 2015. Retraction: Extending the accounting brand to privacy services. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 237.

Hardy, C. A. and G. Laslett. 2015. Continuous auditing and monitoring in practice: Lessons from Metcash's Business Assurance Group. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 183-194.

Hunton, J. E. 2015. Retraction: Behavioral self-regulation of telework locations: Interrupting interruptions! Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 233.

Hunton, J. E. and C. S. Norman. 2015. Retraction: The impact of alternative telework arrangements on organizational commitment: Insights from a longitudinal field experiment. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 231.

Hunton, J. E., A. M. Wright and S. Wright. 2015. Retraction: Are financial auditors overconfident in their ability to assess risks associated with enterprise resource planning systems. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 235.

Hunton, J. E., R. A. McEwen and B. Wier. 2015. Retraction: The reaction of financial analysts to enterprise planning (ERP) implementation plans. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 241.

Janvrin, D. J., J. Lim and G. F. Peters. 2015. The perceived impact of Journal of Information Systems on promotion and tenure. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 73-93.

Lee, L. S. and E. Green. 2015. Systems thinking and its implications in enterprise risk management. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 195-210.

Li, S. and E. T. Nwaeze. 2015. The association between extensions in XBRL disclosures and financial information environment. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 73-99.

Limor, R. 2015. Knowledge resources and book reviews. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 163-166.

Malaescu, I. and S. G. Sutton. 2015. The reliance of external auditors on internal audit's use of continuous audit. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 95-114.

Perdana, A., A. Robb and F. Rohde. 2015. An integrative review and synthesis of XBRL research in academic journals. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 115-153.

Perdana, A., A. Robb and F. Rohde. 2015. XBRL diffusion in social media: Discourses and community learning. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 71-106.

Pickard, M. D. and G. Cokins. 2015. From bean counters to bean growers: Accountants as data analysts - A customer profitability example. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 151-164.

Prasad, A. and P. Green. 2015. Organizational competencies and dynamic accounting information system capability: Impact on AIS and firm performance. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 123-149.

Prokofieva, M. 2015. Twitter-based dissemination of corporate disclosure and the intervening effects of firms' visibility: Evidence from Australian-listed companies. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 107-136.

Sidgman, J. 2015. Form 4 electronic submissions and the Thomson Reuters insider data feed: Discrepancies and their impact on research. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 1-33.

Smith, A. L., R. J. Baxter, S. R. Boss and J. E. Hunton. Retraction: The dark side of online knowledge sharing. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 229.

Stone, D. N. 2015. Post-Hunton: reclaiming our integrity and literature. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 211-227.

Trinkle, B. S., R. E. Crossler and F. Belanger. 2015. Voluntary disclosures via social media and the role of comments. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 101-121.

Wang, T. and R. Cuthbertson. 2015. Eight issues on audit data analytics we would like researched. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 155-162.

Yen, J. and T. Wang. 2015. The association between XBRL adoption and market reactions to earnings surprises. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 51-71.

Zhou, M., L. Lei, J. Wang, W. Fan and A. G. Wang. 2015. Social media adoption and corporate disclosure. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 23-50.