MISQ Paper of the Year Recipients

Paper of the Year for 2016
“Digital Action Repertoires and Transforming a Social Movement Organization”
Lisen Selander and Sirkka L. Jarvenpaa
(Volume 40, Issue 2, June 2016)

Paper of the Year for 2015
“Vocal Minority and Silent Majority: How Do Online Ratings Reflect Population Perceptions of Quality?”
Guodong (Gordon) Gao, Brad N. Greenwood, Ritu Agarwal, and Jeffrey S. McCullough
(Volume 39, Issue 3, September 2015)

Paper of the Year for 2014
“Internet’s Dirty Secret: Assessing the Impact of Online Intermediaries on HIV Transmission”
Jason Chan and Anindya Ghose
(Volume 38, Issue 3, September 2014)

Paper of the Year for 2013
“Impact of Wikipedia on Market Information Environment: Evidence on Management Disclosure and Investor Reaction”
Sean Xin Xu and Xiaoquan (Michael) Zhang
(Volume 37, Issue 4, December 2013)

Paper of the Year for 2012
“Shackled to the Status Quo: The Inhibiting Effects of Incumbent System Habit, Switching Costs, and Inertia on New System Acceptance”
Greta Polites and Elena Karahanna
(Volume 36, Issue 1, March 2012)

Paper of the Year for 2011
“When Flexible Routines Meet Flexible Technologies: Affordance, Constraint, and the Imbrication of Human and Material Agencies”
Paul M. Leonardi
(Volume 35, Issue 1, March 2011)

Paper of the Year for 2010
“Detecting Fake Websites: The Contribution of Statistical Learning Theory”
Ahmed Abbasi, Zhu Zhang, David Zimbra, Hsinchun Chen, and Jay F. Nunamaker Jr.
(Volume 34, Issue 3, September 2010)

Paper of the Year for 2009
“Exploring Human Images in Website Design: A Multi-Method Approach”
Dianne Cyr, Milena Head, Hector Larios, and Bing Pan
(Volume 33, Issue 3, September 2009)

Paper of the Year for 2008
“Media, Tasks, and Communication Processes: A Theory of Media Synchronicity”
Alan R. Dennis, Robert M. Fuller, and Joseph S. Valacich
(Volume 32, Issue 3, September 2008)

Paper of the Year for 2007
“Toward a Deeper Understanding of System Usage in Organizations: A Multilevel Perspective”
Andrew Burton-Jones and Michael J. Gallivan
(Volume 31, Issue 4, December 2007)

Paper of the Year for 2006
“Industry-Wide Information Systems Standardization as Collective Action: The Case of the U.S. Residential Mortgage Industry”
M. Lynne Markus, Charles W. Steinfield, Rolf T. Wigand, and Gabe Minton
(Volume 30, Special Issue, August 2006)

Paper of the Year for 2005
“Multilevel Model of Resistance to Information Technology Implementation”
Liette Lapointe and Suzanne Rivard
(Volume 29, Number 3, September 2005)

Paper of the Year for 2004
“Innovating Mindfully with Information Technology”
E. Burton Swanson and Neil C. Ramiller
(Volume 28, Number 4, December 2004)

Paper of the Year for 2003
“Reconceptualizing Users as Social Actors in Information Systems Research”
Roberta Lamb and Rob Kling
(Volume 27, Number 2, June 2003)

Paper of the Year for 2002
Review: Power and Information Technology Research: A Metatriangulation Review”
‘Jon (Sean) Jasperson, Traci A. Carte, Carol S. Saunders, Brian S. Butler, Henry J. P. Croes, and Weijun Zheng
(Volume 26, Number 4, December 2002)

Paper of the Year for 2001
Review: A Cognitive-Affective Model of Organizational Communication for Designing IT”
Dov Te’eni
(Volume 25, Number 2, June 2001)

Paper of the Year for 2000
“Technology Adaptation: The Case of a Computer-Supported Inter-Organizational Virtual Team”
Ann Majchrzak, Ronald E. Rice, Arvind Malhotra, Nelson King, and Sulin Ba
(Volume 24, Number 4, December 2000)

Paper of the Year for 1999
“A Set of Principles for Conducting and Evaluating Interpretive Field Studies in Information Systems”
Heinz K. Klein and Michael D. Myers
(Volume 23, Number 1, March 1999)

Paper of the Year for 1998
“The Merchant of Prato — Revisited : Toward a Third Rationality of Information Systems”
Kuldeep Kumar, Han G. van Dissel, and Paola Bielli
(Volume 22, Number 2, June 1998)

Paper of the Year for 1997
“Communication Richness in Electronic Mail: Critical Social Theory and the Contextuality of Meaning”
Ojelanki K. Ngwenyama and Allen S. Lee
(Volume 21, Number 2, June 1997)

Paper of the Year for 1996
“Productivity, Business Profitability, and Consumer Surplus: Three Different Measures of Information Technology Value”
Lorin M. Hitt and Erik Brynjolfsson
(Volume 20, Number 2, June 1996)

Papers of the Year for 1995
“Business Value of Information Technology: A Study of Electronic Data Interchange”
Tridas Mukhopadhyay, Sunder Kekre, and Suresh Kalathur
(Volume 19, Number 2, June 1995)

“The Use of Information Technology to Enhance Management School Education: A Theoretical View”
Dorothy E. Leidner and Sirkka L. Jarvenpaa
(Volume 19, Number 3, September 1995)

Paper of the Year for 1994
“Computerized Loan Origination Systems”
Christopher M. Hess and Chris F. Kemerer
(Volume 18, Number 3, September 1994)

Paper of the Year for 1993
“Case Tools as Organizational Change: Investigating Incremental and Radical Changes in Systems Development”
Wanda Orlikowski
(Volume 17, Number 3, September 1993)

MISQ SIM International’s Best Paper Contest Recipients

Best Paper of 1999
“Data Warehousing Supports Corporate Strategy at First American Corporation”
Brian L. Cooper, Hugh J. Watson, Barbara H. Wixom, and Dale L. Goodhue
(Volume 24, Number 4, December 2000)

Best Paper of 1998
“Aligning the IT Human Resource with Business Vision: The Leadership Initiative at 3M”
Robert Roepke, Ritu Agarwal, and Thomas W. Ferratt
(Volume 24, Number 2, June 2000)

Best Paper of 1997
“IT-Intensive Value Innovation in the Electronic Economy: Insights from Marshall Industries”
Omar A. El Sawy, Arvind Malhotra, Sanjay Gosain, and Kerry M. Young
(Volume 23, Number 3, September 1999)

Best Paper of 1996
“Transformation of the IT Function at British Petroleum”
John Cross, Michael J. Earl, and Jeffrey L. Sampler
(Volume 21, Number 4, December 1997)

Best Paper of 1994
“Business Reengineering at CIGNA Corporation: Experiences and Lessons Learned from the First Five Years”
J. Raymond Caron, Sirkka L. Jarvenpaa, and Donna B. Stoddard
(Volume 18, Number 3, September 1994)