Information Systems and Service Research: A Co-citation Analysis
In this paper, authors focus on those contributions to the IS and Service literature recognized as being the most influential, using co-citation analysis. The aim is to explore and review the research domain in order to better understand the origins, the current state of development and future trends.
KeywordsInformation System Social Science Citation Index Research Front Service Literature Contemporary Accounting Research
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