2011

Theory-Guided Modeling and Empiricism in Information Systems Research

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ISBN: 978-3-7908-2780-4 (Print) 978-3-7908-2781-1 (Online)

Table of contents (12 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-x

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    Pages 1-13

    Publication Network Analysis of an Academic Family in Information Systems

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    Pages 15-41

    Compatibility of Software Platforms

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    Pages 43-63

    Impact of Grid Assimilation on Operational Agility in Turbulent Environments: An Empirical Investigation in the Financial Services Industry

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    Pages 65-83

    Contractual and Relational Governance as Substitutes and Complements – Explaining the Development of Different Relationships

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    Pages 85-110

    Technology Adoption by Elderly People – An Empirical Analysis of Adopters and Non-Adopters of Social Networking Sites

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    Pages 111-127

    Design Science Research and the Grounded Theory Method: Characteristics, Differences, and Complementary Uses

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    Pages 129-144

    Goal Commitment and Competition as Drivers for Group Productivity in Business Process Modeling

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    Pages 145-173

    Inferring Decision Strategies from Clickstreams in Decision Support Systems: A New Process-Tracing Approach using State Machines

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    Pages 175-185

    A Research Model for Measuring IT Efficiency in German Hospitals

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    Pages 187-206

    Managing the Impact of Differences in National Culture on Social Capital in Multinational IT Project Teams – A German Perspective

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    Pages 207-221

    Towards an IT-based Planning Process Alignment: Integrated Route and Location Planning for Small Package Shippers

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    Pages 223-246

    Where is the “I” in “IS Research”? The Quest for a Coherent Research Stream in the Context of Human Information Behavior

  14. Back Matter

    Pages 249-258