This journal provides a distinctive European perspective on the theory and practice of information systems, benefiting a global audience. Emphasizing the exchange of ideas between academics and practitioners, it provides a critical view of technology, development, implementation, strategy, management and policy issues.
More than 25 years in publication, the European Journal of Information Systems presents first-rate research articles by scholars, as well as case studies and reflective observations by working information systems experts. This mix of contributions between researchers and professionals helps a broad readership stay informed of developments in this wide-ranging, fast moving field.
Recently published articles include an exploratory study of the susceptibility of individuals to 'phishing'; a research essay on crowdsourcing of information systems research, and a study that explains the relationship between trust, distrust, and ambivalence in online transaction relationships using polynomial regression analysis and response surface analysis.
The journal publishes occasional special issues devoted to a single theme, including an upcoming issue entitled "Information Systems and Innovation in the Public Sector."
European Journal of Information Systems is an official journal of the Operational Research Society.
Dov Te’eni, Stefan Seidel, Jan vom Brocke
Paul Benjamin Lowry, Tamara Dinev, Robert Willison
Gregory D. Moody, Dennis F. Galletta, Brian Kimball Dunn