Journal Lists - Department of Information Systems
- Current Journal List
- Kelly Rainer and Mark Miller ("Examining differences across journal rankings," Communications of the ACM, 2005, 48:2, 91-94) synthesized nine journal ranking studies published between 1991 and 2003 and generated a composite ranking of the top 50 journals across these studies.
- Paul Lowry, Denton Romans, and Aaron Curtis ("Global journal prestige and supporting disciplines: A scientometric study of information systems journals," Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 2004, 5:2, 29-75, also see Paul Lowry & Denton Romans "New perspective on global information systems journal rankings and reference disciplines," Proceedings of the Ninth Americas Conference on Information Systems, 2003, 2801-2812) conducted the most extensive survey to date of IS journal rankings. They collected responses from 2559 respondents (32% of the 8741 targeted faculty members in 414 IS departments worldwide). Instead of using a predetermined journal list, they asked the respondents to freely nominate their top-four research journals.
- Pairin Katerattanakul, Bernard Han, and Soongoo Hong (" Objective quality ranking of computing journals," Communications of the ACM, 2003, 46:10, 111-114) used the citation analysis method to rank 27 IS/CS journals and related practitioner publications. They collected citation data between 1997 and 2000 from the SSCI and SCI and found a total of 15,632 citations made to the 5,868 articles published in these 27 journals between 1995 and 1998.
- Ken Peffers, and Ya Tang ("Identifying and evaluating the universe of outlets for information systems research: Ranking the journals," The Journal of Information Technology Theory and Application (JITTA), 2003, 5:1, 63-84) conducted an online survey and collected ratings from 1,129 validated and non-duplicate respondents. The 326 rated journals are presented in three ranked-ordered lists for IS journals, allied discipline journals, and professional and managerial publications, respectively.
- Nikos Mylonopoulos and V. Theoharakis, ("'On-Site: Global Perceptions of IS Journals," Communications of the ACM, Sept. 2001, vol. 44, no. 9, 29-33) summarize the responses of approximately 1000 IS researchers around the world.
- Michael Whitman, Anthony Hendrickson and Anthony Townsend ("Research Commentary. Academic Rewards for Teaching, Research and service: Data and Discourse," Information Systems Research, June 1999, vol. 10, no. 2, 99-109) report the rankings of 80 publications for their value in reviews of research and performance based of the survey of 112 AACSB accredited institutions.
- Linton, JD & Thongpapanl, N. PERSPECTIVE: Ranking the Technology Innovation Management Journals, J Prod Innov Manag 2004; 21:123-139