About MIS Quarterly Research Curations

The purpose of MISQ Research Curations is to identify topics of significant interest to the IS field and other disciplines, identify MISQ articles that make significant contributions to these topics, and provide researchers with easy access to a bundle of MISQ articles on which to further build or extend research. Each curation will include a short summary of the topic and the bundle of MISQ articles related to the topic. It will be accessible from the MISQ web site and will serve as a living document that is updated as new articles related to the topic are published. The MISQ Research Curations initiative will be managed by a Research Curations Editor in close collaboration with the Editor-in-Chief. The Research Curations Editor and the EIC will invite a team of researchers who collectively represent different perspectives related to a topic to develop a curation. The curation will undergo an iterative development process before it is released.

Research Curations Editor: Ashley Bush (Florida State University)

MIS Quarterly Research Curations

Research Curation Team:
Matthias Söllner (Universities of St. Gallen and Kassel)
Izak Benbasat (University of British Columbia)
David Gefen (Drexel University)
Jan Marco Leimeister (Universities of St. Gallen and Kassel)
Paul A. Pavlou (Temple University)

Securing Digital Assets
Research Curation Team:
Kai-Lung Hui (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
Anthony Vance (Brigham Young University)
Dmitry Zhdanov (University of Connecticut)