A Guide to Conducting a Systematic Literature Review of Information Systems Research

@article{Okoli2010AGT,
  title={A Guide to Conducting a Systematic Literature Review of Information Systems Research},
  author={Chitu Okoli and Kira Schabram},
  journal={Research Methods \& Methodology in Accounting eJournal},
  year={2010}
}
This working paper has been thoroughly revised and superseded by two distinct articles. The first is a revised and peer-reviewed version of the original article: Okoli, Chitu (2015), A Guide to Conducting a Standalone Systematic Literature Review. Communications of the Association for Information Systems (37:43), November 2015, pp. 879-910. This article presents a methodology for conducting a systematic literature review with many examples from IS research and references to guides with further… 
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