Journal of Information Systems

Advancing Accounting Information Systems Knowledge

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Journal of Information Systems

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The Journal of Information Systems (JIS) is the academic journal of the Accounting Information Systems (AIS) Section of the American Accounting Association. Its goal is to support, promote, and advance Accounting Information Systems knowledge. The primary criterion for publication in JIS is contribution to the accounting information systems (AIS), accounting and auditing domains by the application or understanding of information technology theory and practice. AIS research draws upon and is informed by research and practice in management information systems, computer science, accounting, auditing as well as cognate disciplines including philosophy, psychology, and management science. JIS welcomes research that employs a wide variety of research methods including qualitative, field study, case study, behavioral, experimental, archival, analytical and markets-based.

Senior Editors:
Alexander Kogan, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Newark
Patrick R. Wheeler, University of South Florida
Email: JIS@aaahq.org


Call for Papers
JISC-2019 – 4th Journal of Information Systems Research Conference
Accounting Information Systems
Conference Date: January 10-12, 2019

The Journal of Information Systems (JIS) of the American Accounting Association will hold the 4th JIS Research Conference (JISC-2019) in conjunction with the Joint Midyear Meeting of the AIS and SET Sections in San Antonio, TX on January 10-12, 2019. Both JISC-2019 and the Joint Midyear Meeting are being generously sponsored by KPMG.
Journal of Information Systems is the research journal of the Accounting Information Systems (AIS) Section of the American Accounting Association (www.jisonline.com). JIS is now in its 32nd year of publication. The journal is indexed in Scopus and Web of Science (Emerging Sources Citation Index, ESCI).


Topics and Research Methodologies
Original academic papers addressing a wide range of issues related to accounting information systems and information technology will be considered. All research methodologies are welcome, including experimental, qualitative, field study, analytical, behavioral, archival, design science, and empirical.

Paper submission
Papers to be considered for this conference should follow the JIS editorial policy and be submitted to JIS using the AAA’s manuscript management system. Full details are available at www.jisonline.com. Papers accepted to JISC-2019 will also receive a strong consideration for acceptance to JIS. Research teams are expected to improve their papers following the guidance from the academic and practitioner reviewers and from the interaction at the conference. Recognition of the paper’s inclusion at the JISC-2019 will be noted if the paper ultimately reaches publication. Papers not accepted for the conference will continue to receive review by the Midyear Meeting research paper Chair. There is an option for remote teleconference presentation by international authors of accepted papers who are unable to attend the conference in person. In cases of hardship, authors may petition JIS editors for possible waiving of the JIS submission fee.

Deadlines
The deadlines for JISC-2019 are:

August 1, 2018: Research papers due

January 10-12, 2019: JIS Research Conference 2019

June 1, 2019: Revised papers due.

Inquiries may be made to JISC-2019 Co-Editors Rob Pinsker rpinsker@fau.edu and Jennifer Riley jenriley@unomaha.edu.  

Letter from the President

Hello all,

I hope the spring term is going well for all of you. I would like to take this opportunity to say a few words about our Midyear Meeting in Newport Beach, CA, JISC 2018 in Durham, NC, and to give a preview of the events coming up for our section.

We enjoyed a great Midyear Meeting in Newport Beach, CA! My sincerest gratitude to all our volunteers who helped make our meeting a great success; Dan O’Leary, meeting coordinator; Andrea Kelton, research paper chair; Hussein Issa, SET coordinator; Diane Janvrin, education paper chair and Chris Wolfe, NSC coordinator. Also, the AAA staff and the Duke hotel staff were top notch. A highlight of the conference is always the awards - congratulations to all of our award winners - our website will soon be updated to reflect your achievements! Your innovative and interesting work is inspiring to all the members of the AIS section. Thanks to the IMA for their generous support of the case award. Also a special thanks to KPMG, they have generously supported our conference for many years now and I greatly appreciate their continued interest and support.

In March, JISC 2018 was a huge success. Thanks to our sponsor, the AICPA, the event was held in Durham, NC at their offices. I was extremely impressed with all the hard work of Pamela Schmidt, conference chair and co-editor; Kimberly Church, assistant chair and Graham Gal, coeditor. I cannot say enough about all the attention to detail from the website to the quality of speakers and to the papers presented. They truly put together an excellent program with participants from both practice and academia. The feedback was very positive and I encourage each of you to read the conference report contained in this newsletter. I look forward to the special conference edition of JIS. The AIS Section has another important event coming up soon - the AIS Bootcamp at the offices of PwC in Minneapolis, MN on May 22. Many thanks to PwC for sponsoring the event and to the education committee for organizing the bootcamp. Thanks to Diane Janvrin, Joy Gray, Kimberly Church and Lorraine Lee. I am happy to announce that there is great interest in the bootcamp - registration is full - however if you wish to be placed on the waitlist please see the conference link in this newsletter.

 

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Journal of Information Systems

Journal of Information Systems

The Journal of Information Systems (JIS) is the academic journal of the Accounting Information Systems (AIS) Section of the American Accounting Association. Its goal is to support, promote, and advance Accounting Information Systems knowledge. The primary criterion for publication in JIS is contribution to the accounting information systems (AIS), accounting and auditing domains by the application or understanding of information technology theory and practice.

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