A post-publication review of "Research directions in information systems field, current status and future trends: A literature analysis of AIS basket of top journals"
This post-publication review highlights the strengths and shortcomings of Mazaheri, Lagzian, and Hemmat (2020) and the key considerations for future systematic reviews in information systems.
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Mazaheri, E., Lagzian, M., & Hemmat, Z. (2020). Research directions in information systems field, current status and future trends: A literature analysis of AIS basket of top journals. Australasian Journal of Information Systems, 24. doi:10.3127/ajis.v24i0.2045
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