Volume 33, Number 2 — June 2009

Issues and Opinions

Whom Are We Informing? Issues and Recommendations for MIS Research from an Informing Science Perspective
Grandon Gill and Anol Bhattacherjee
(pp. 217-235)

Research Articles

Internet Exchanges for Used Goods: An Empirical Analysis of Trade Patterns and Adverse Selection
Anindya Ghose
(pp. 263-291)

Interactive Decision Aids for Consumer Decision Making in E-Commerce: The Influence of Perceived Strategy Restrictiveness
Weiquan Wang and Izak Benbasat
(pp. 203-320)

Competing with Free: The Impact of Movie Broadcasts on DVD Sales and Internet Piracy
Michael D. Smith and Rahul Telang
(pp. 321-338)

Adoption of Electronic Health Records in the Presence of Privacy Concerns: The Elaboration Likelihood Model and Individual Persuasion
Corey M. Angst and Ritu Agarwal
(pp. 339-370)

Model of Acceptance with Peer Support: A Social Network Perspective to Understand Employees' System Use
Tracy Ann Sykes, Viswanath Venkatesh, and Sanjay Gosain
(pp. 371-393)

Research Essay

A Scientific Basis for Rigor in Information Systems Research
Allen S. Lee and Geoffrey S. Hubona
(pp. 237-262)

Theory and Review Articles

Information Systems Theorizing Based on Evolutionary Psychology: An Interdisciplinary Review and Theory Integration Framework
Ned Kock
(pp. 395-418)

Research Notes

A Meta-Analysis of the Role of Environment-Based Voluntariness in Information Technology Acceptance
Jiming Wu and Albert Lederer
(pp. 419-432)

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