Talk:Information Systems Research

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"ISR Awards for 2007" information removed from the article[edit]

I removed the following text from the article, and will explain in the further comment section:

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In 2007, Information Systems Research initiated awards for the best published paper and outstanding performances by associate editors and reviewers. In order to receive an award one must obtain a nomination from their board member and finalized by the Editor-in-Chief. The awards were given out in Montreal, Canada at the International Conference on Information Systems in December, 2007.

Best Published Paper Award
  • Paul Pavlou and Omar El Sawy, From IT Leveraging Competence to Competitive Advantage in Turbulent Environments (September, 2006, Volume 17, Issue 3)
Best Published Award (Runner Up)
  • Anindya Ghose, Michael Smith, and Rahul Telang, Internet Exchanges for Used Books: An Empirical Analysis of Product Cannibalization and Social Welfare (March, 2006, Volume 17, Issue 1)
Best Reviewer Awards
  • Andrew Burton-Jones, University of British Columbia

Karthik Kannan, Purdue University Zhiping Walter, University of Colorado at Denver

Best Associate Editor Awards
  • Anandhi Bharadwaj, Emory University
  • Rob Fichman, Boston College
  • Ram Gopal, University of Connecticut
New Senior Editors at Information Systems Research
  • Alok Gupta, University of Minnesota
  • Lorin Hitt, University of Pennsylvania
  • Michael Myers, University of Auckland
  • Alain Pinsonneault, McGill University
  • Sudha Ram, University of Arizona
  • Viswanath Venkatesh, University of Arkansas
New Associate Editors at Information Systems Research
  • Jae-Nam Lee, Korea National University
  • Kai Lim, City University of Hong Kong
  • Anne Massey, Indiana University
  • Balaji Padmanabhan, University of South Florida
  • Jeff Parsons, Memorial University of Newfoundland
  • T. Ravichandran, RPI
  • Yong Tan, University of Washington
  • Huseyin Tanriverdi, University of Texas, Austin
  • Amrit Tiwana, Iowa State
  • Ramesh Venkatraman, Indiana University
  • Siva Viswanathan, University of Maryland
  • Jonathan Wareham, ESADE
  • Fatemeh Zahedi, Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee


Further comment[edit]

I removed this section because:

  • The information about the 2007 award is not directly related to the INFORM journal
  • In principle every year such a new listing could be added to the article. This kind of information should be added in a specific award kind of article and not here.
  • There is not a single link in this whole section, which states that none of the persons mentions is (allready) notable according to Wikipedia standards.

-- Marcel Douwe Dekker (talk) 21:02, 22 June 2009 (UTC)