What Every Business Student Needs to Know About Information Systems

@article{Ives2002WhatEB,
  title={What Every Business Student Needs to Know About Information Systems},
  author={Blake Ives and Joseph S. Valacich and Richard T. Watson and Robert W. Zmud and Maryam Alavi and Richard Baskerville and Jack J. Baroudi and Cynthia Mathis Beath and Thomas Clark and Eric K. Clemons and Gordon B. Davis and Fred D. Davis and Alan R. Dennis and Omar El Sawy and Jane Fedorowicz and Robert D. Galliers and Joey F. George and Paul Gray and Rudy Hirschheim and Sirkka L. Jarvenpaa and Len Jessup and Chris F. Kemerer and John Leslie King and Benn R. Konsynski and Kenneth L. Kraemer and Jerry N. Luftman and Salvatore T. March and M. Lynne Markus and Richard O. Mason and F. Warren McFarlan and Ephraim R. McLean and Lorne Olfman and Margrethe H. Olson and John F. Rockart and Vallabh Sambamurthy and Peter A. Todd and Michael R. Vitale and Ron Weber and Andrew Whinston},
  journal={Commun. Assoc. Inf. Syst.},
  year={2002},
  volume={9},
  pages={30}
}
Ives, Blake; Valacich, Joseph S.; Watson, Richard T.; Zmud, Robert W.; ALAVI, MARYAM; BASKERVILLE, RICHARD; BAROUDI,JACK J.; BEATH, CYNTHIA; CLARK, THOMAS; CLEMONS, ERIC K.; DAVIS, GORDON; DAVIS, FRED; DENNIS, ALANR.; SAWY, OMAR A. EL Marshall School of Business University of Southern California; FEDOROWICZ, JANE; GALLIERS,ROBERT D.; GEORGE, JOEY; Gray, Paul; HIRSCHHEIM, RUDY; JARVENPAA, SIRKKA; JESSUP, LEN; Kemerer, Chris F.;KING, JOHN L.; KONSYNSKI, BENN; KRAEMER, KEN; Luftman, Jerry N… Expand
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