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management information systems

  The International Scientific Journal of
Management Information Systems

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The ISI citations are a must for all contributors (please, refer to http://www.isinet.com). References to other publications must be in Harvard style. That is, shown within the text as the first author's name followed by a comma, year of publication and the quoted page number / all in round brackets, e.g. (Pressman, 2006, p.33). If there are more than one author, the following format is used: (Somerville, et al, 2006, p.333). At the end of the article a reference list in alphabetical order must be given as follows:

For books: author(s) surname, initials, (publication year), title, place of publication, publisher, e.g. Turban, E. (2002), Decision Support Systems and Intelligent Systems, 4th Edition, Eaglewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall International Editions.

For chapter or article in the edited book: author(s) surname, initials, (publication year), title of the chapter, in ed (s) (editors), title of the book, place of publication, publisher, pp. e.g. Malhotra, Y. (2000) From Information Management to Knowledge Management: Beyond the ‘Hi-Tech Heidebound’ Systems. In: K. Srikantiah & Koenig eds, Knowledge Management for Information Professional, Medford N.J., Information Today Inc., pp. 37-61.

For journals: author(s) surname, initials, (year), "title", journal, volume, number, pages, e.g. Malhotra, Y. (2005) "Integrating Knowledge Management Technologies In Organizational Business Processes: Getting Real Time Enterprises To Deliver Real Business Performance", Journal Of Knowledge Management, Vol.2, No 3, pp. 7-28.

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