Top IS research on quality of transaction standards: a structured literature review to identify a research gap

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Folmer, E.J.A. ; Berends, W. ; Oude Luttighuis, P. ; Hillegersberg, J. van (2009)
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This paper contains the results of a systematic literature review executed to determine the coverage of transaction standards in top information systems (IS) and management journals. Specifically, it aims to identify a research gap with respect to this topic. The top 25... View more
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