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Journal of Information Systems 2016

Spring and Summer Issues

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

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

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

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).

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.

Farkas, M. J. and R. M. Hirsch. 2016. The effect of frequency and automation of internal control testing on external auditor reliance on the internal audit function. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 21-40.

Geerts, G. L. 2016. Special section on enterprise ontologies. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 1-3.

Gray, G. L. 2016. Blogs as research and teaching resources for accounting academics. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 183-202.

Haislip, J. Z., A. Masli, V. J. Richardson and J. M. Sanchez. 2016. Repairing organizational legitimacy following information technology (IT) material weaknesses: Executive turnover, IT expertise, and IT systems upgrades. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 41-70.

Han, S., Z. Rezaee, L. Xue and J. H. Zhang. 2016. The association between information technology investments and audit risk. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 93-116.

Janvrin, D. J. and D. A. Wood. 2016. The Journal of Information Systems 2015 Conference on information technology audit. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 3-5.

Li, P., D. Y. Chan and A. Kogan. 2016. Exception prioritization in the continuous auditing environment: A framework and experimental evaluation. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 135-157.

Murthy, U. S. 2016. Researching at the intersection of accounting and information technology: A call for action. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 159-167.

Scheller, C. V. and P. Hruby. 2016. Business process and value delivery modeling using possession, ownership, and availability (POA) in enterprises and business networks. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 5-47.

Sidgman, J. and M. Crompton. 2016. Valuing personal data to foster privacy: A thought experiment and opportunities for research. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 169-181.

Snow, N. M. and J. L. Reck. 2016. Developing a government reporting taxonomy. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 49-81.

Steinbart, P. J., R. L. Raschke, G. Gal and W. N. Dilla. 2016. SECURQUAL: An instrument for evaluating the effectiveness of enterprise information security programs. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 71-92. ("...this study uses the COBIT Version 4.1 Maturity Model Rubrics to develop an instrument (SECURQUAL) that obtains an objective measure of the effectiveness of enterprise information security programs.").

Weber, R. 2016. Thirty years of the Journal of Information Systems: Reflections of a prodigal son. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 137-146.

Weigand, H. 2016. The e3value ontology for value networks: Current state and future directions. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 113-133.