Melinda van Wingen

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The starting point of any author co-citation analysis (ACA) is the identification of a set of core knowledge producers within the discipline. Clearly, if patterns of citations of key authors are used to map the development and changes in a field, then the choice of those key authors sets the boundaries and controls the patterns that will be reported. In(More)
This paper examines the impact of key authors on Information Systems research from 1986 to 2005 and analyzes changes in influence and research interests over this period. The author set was based on publication counts in top Information Systems journals, supplemented on a reputational basis with authors recognized for their contribution to the field.(More)
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