Academic issues in MIS: Journals and books
The range of journals in which to publish scholarly papers in the management information systems (MIS) field has expanded over the years. The perceived ranking of the journals by those in the field is an important issue to academics. Another question of importance to academic personnel in the MIS field is whether the writing of books counts toward tenure and promotion. This article presents the results of a survey relative to these two questions. It was conducted in late 1989 and early 1990 among MIS professors in AACSB accredited business schools, with about half of all such schools participating. The survey found that the most highly regarded journals for IS research include an assortment of IS-specific, computer science, and management science journals. This continues a longstanding tradition, despite the introduction of several new IS journals. It also showed that books are generally counted toward tenure and promotion.
MIS Quarterly: Management Information Systems
Gillenson, M., & Stutz, J. (1991). Academic issues in MIS: Journals and books. MIS Quarterly: Management Information Systems, 15 (4), 447-452. https://doi.org/10.2307/249448