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Lee, (in 1993) Information Systems Department, College of Business Administration, the University of Cincinnati, and member of the editorial board of MISQ; (in 2004) professor of information systems and associate dean for research, School of Business, Virginia Commonwealth University, and former editor-in-chief of MISQ
Overall, four publications are set apart as "outstanding as an outlet for publication" when grouped by median: MISQ, ISR, MS, and CACM (coincidentally, these are the top four journals identified earlier according to mean score).
JMIS requires an 18-month embargo, while JSIS requires a two-year embargo, and MISQ, considered by many to be the most highly respected IS journal, has a five-year embargo.
From an academic perspective, evidence of the increased interest and significance of ISO is demonstrated by the sheer number of research articles directly addressing ISO, along with entire special issues from top tier journals dedicated to the topic (MISQ 2008).
For example, MIS Quarterly (MISQ) and Information Systems Research (ISR), ranked one and two among peer-reviewed IS journals, respectively, were examined (Lowry et al.
MISQ 3.82 4 4 CACM 3.77 4 4 ISR 3.6 4 4 MS 3.54 4 4
Scholarly publications include papers in MISQ, JAIS, Information & Management and Database, among others.
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