MIS Faculty Top Measures of Research Productivity
In a new survey of MIS research productivity administered by the University of Arkansas, the University of Arizona’s Eller College Department of MIS ranked number four for the period 2008-2010 and number eight for the period 2006-2010.
The ranking assesses frequency of publication in the most prestigious peer-reviewed information systems journals: MIS Quarterly (MISQ), Information Systems Research (ISR), and Journal of MIS (JMIS).
In addition, four MIS faculty members were ranked in the top 100 authors for the period 2006-2010:
Eller College faculty work published in 2010 includes the following:
|ISR||Understanding Willingness-to-Pay Formation of Repeat Bidders in Sequential Online Auctions||Paulo Goes, Gilbert Karuga, Arvind Tripathi||2010||21|
|JMIS||Predicting Collaboration Technology Use: Integrating Technology Adoption and Collaboration Research||Susan Brown, Alan Dennis, Viswanath Venkatesh||2010||27|
|JMIS||Technology Dominance in Complex Decision Making: The Case of Aided Credibility Assessment||Matthew Jensen, Paul Lowry, Judee Burgoon, Jay Nunamaker||2010||27|
|MISQ||Detecting Fake Websites: The Contribution of Statistical Learning Theory||Ahmed Abbasi, Zhu Zhang, David Zimbra, Hsinchun Chen, Jay Nunamaker||2010||34|
UA/MIS faculty Jay Nunamaker and Hsinchun Chen are ranked in the top four among MIS researchers using the h-index, a citation index that attempts to measure both the productivity and impact of the published work of a scientist or scholar.
Nunamaker and Chen are two of only four MIS scholars with an h-index over 50, based on Google Scholar. Other UA alumni and faculty on the ranked list (minimum h-index of 20) include Alan Dennis, Joe Valacich, Robert Briggs, Sudha Ram, and Leon Zhao.
Please see http://ai.eller.arizona.edu/resources/h-Index.pdf for more information.