International Journal of Information Management

(The TQCC of International Journal of Information Management is 53. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
Artificial Intelligence (AI): Multidisciplinary perspectives on emerging challenges, opportunities, and agenda for research, practice and policy964
Metaverse beyond the hype: Multidisciplinary perspectives on emerging challenges, opportunities, and agenda for research, practice and policy774
Opinion Paper: “So what if ChatGPT wrote it?” Multidisciplinary perspectives on opportunities, challenges and implications of generative conversational AI for research, practice and policy768
Setting the future of digital and social media marketing research: Perspectives and research propositions653
Fuzzy-set Qualitative Comparative Analysis (fsQCA): Guidelines for research practice in Information Systems and marketing593
Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on information management research and practice: Transforming education, work and life561
Digital transformation of everyday life – How COVID-19 pandemic transformed the basic education of the young generation and why information management research should care?474
Modeling the blockchain enabled traceability in agriculture supply chain471
Impact of digital surge during Covid-19 pandemic: A viewpoint on research and practice464
Boundary conditions for traceability in food supply chains using blockchain technology363
Time to seize the digital evolution: Adoption of blockchain in operations and supply chain management among Malaysian SMEs340
The use of digital technologies by small and medium enterprises during COVID-19: Implications for theory and practice330
Understanding consumer adoption of mobile payment in India: Extending Meta-UTAUT model with personal innovativeness, anxiety, trust, and grievance redressal315
Business models shifts: Impact of Covid-19293
Artificial intelligence for sustainability: Challenges, opportunities, and a research agenda292
A blockchain use case in food distribution: Do you know where your food has been?285
Climate change and COP26: Are digital technologies and information management part of the problem or the solution? An editorial reflection and call to action254
Digital transformation in business and management research: An overview of the current status quo254
The dynamic effect of interactivity on customer engagement behavior through tie strength: Evidence from live streaming commerce platforms248
Information technology solutions, challenges, and suggestions for tackling the COVID-19 pandemic245
Blockchain in the operations and supply chain management: Benefits, challenges and future research opportunities238
Forecasting and Anomaly Detection approaches using LSTM and LSTM Autoencoder techniques with the applications in supply chain management235
Blockchain technology in supply chain management for sustainable performance: Evidence from the airport industry234
The strategic use of artificial intelligence in the digital era: Systematic literature review and future research directions232
Artificial intelligence in information systems research: A systematic literature review and research agenda208
A blockchain-based framework of cross-border e-commerce supply chain205
Analysing the impact of blockchain-technology for operations and supply chain management: An explanatory model drawn from multiple case studies204
The state of play of blockchain technology in the financial services sector: A systematic literature review203
The extended Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT2): A systematic literature review and theory evaluation199
Agile and adaptive governance in crisis response: Lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic198
Normalising the “new normal”: Changing tech-driven work practices under pandemic time pressure187
Blockchain, adoption, and financial inclusion in India: Research opportunities180
Inside out and outside in: How the COVID-19 pandemic affects self-disclosure on social media180
Theory building with big data-driven research – Moving away from the “What” towards the “Why”170
Disaster City Digital Twin: A vision for integrating artificial and human intelligence for disaster management169
Why do small and medium enterprises use social media marketing and what is the impact: Empirical insights from India169
Digital transformation during a lockdown168
Information management research and practice in the post-COVID-19 world166
Big data analytics adoption: Determinants and performances among small to medium-sized enterprises165
An intelligent blockchain-based system for safe vaccine supply and supervision164
Social commerce adoption using TOE framework: An empirical investigation of Saudi Arabian SMEs162
Consumers response towards mobile commerce applications: S-O-R approach152
Defining the determinants of online impulse buying through a shopping process of integrating perceived risk, expectation-confirmation model, and flow theory issues151
From fighting COVID-19 pandemic to tackling sustainable development goals: An opportunity for responsible information systems research138
Impacts of COVID-19: A research agenda to support people in their fight134
Digital payment and banking adoption research in Gulf countries: A systematic literature review133
Information avoidance behavior on social network sites: Information irrelevance, overload, and the moderating role of time pressure132
Permissionless and permissioned blockchain diffusion131
Locked-down digital work130
Land records on Blockchain for implementation of Land Titling in India129
Blockchain technology and enterprise operational capabilities: An empirical test128
Blockchain and sustainable supply chain management in developing countries125
Demystifying blockchain: A critical analysis of challenges, applications and opportunities124
From user-generated data to data-driven innovation: A research agenda to understand user privacy in digital markets122
Can AI artifacts influence human cognition? The effects of artificial autonomy in intelligent personal assistants122
How pre-adoption expectancies shape post-adoption continuance intentions: An extended expectation-confirmation model118
Algorithmic bias in data-driven innovation in the age of AI116
Mobile application security: Role of perceived privacy as the predictor of security perceptions116
Machine learning based system for managing energy efficiency of public sector as an approach towards smart cities115
COVID-19, digital privacy, and the social limits on data-focused public health responses114
Contact tracing apps and values dilemmas: A privacy paradox in a neo-liberal world113
Augmented reality is eating the real-world! The substitution of physical products by holograms111
Who do you trust? The digital destruction of shared situational awareness and the COVID-19 infodemic110
Big Data Analytics in Building the Competitive Intelligence of Organizations110
WHO led the digital transformation of your company? A reflection of IT related challenges during the pandemic110
Information resource orchestration during the COVID-19 pandemic: A study of community lockdowns in China107
Ethical framework for Artificial Intelligence and Digital technologies106
Social commerce: Factors affecting customer repurchase and word-of-mouth intentions103
Using big data for co-innovation processes: Mapping the field of data-driven innovation, proposing theoretical developments and providing a research agenda102
Understanding followers’ stickiness to digital influencers: The effect of psychological responses101
China’s prefectural digital divide: Spatial analysis and multivariate determinants of ICT diffusion100
Identifying influencers on social media98
Modelling internet banking adoption in Fiji: A developing country perspective96
Artificial intelligence in E-commerce fulfillment: A case study of resource orchestration at Alibaba’s Smart Warehouse95
Will COVID-19 be the tipping point for the Intelligent Automation of work? A review of the debate and implications for research94
Retweets of officials’ alarming vs reassuring messages during the COVID-19 pandemic: Implications for crisis management92
Using the security triad to assess blockchain technology in public sector applications90
Autonomous vehicles in the smart city era: An empirical study of adoption factors important for millennials89
Perception-based model for analyzing the impact of enterprise blockchain adoption on SCM in the Indian service industry89
Exploring the role of personality, trust, and privacy in customer experience performance during voice shopping: Evidence from SEM and fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis88
Continuance intention of online technologies: A systematic literature review84
Big data management in healthcare: Adoption challenges and implications84
Considerations for development and use of AI in response to COVID-1984
The intermediating role of organizational culture and internal analytical knowledge between the capability of big data analytics and a firm’s performance82
Consumer engagement in social media brand communities: A literature review82
Internet of Things (IoT): From awareness to continued use81
Digital transformation and European small and medium enterprises (SMEs): A comparative study using digital economy and society index data79
Information Management in Smart Cities: Turning end users’ views into multi-item scale development, validation, and policy-making recommendations79
Consumer engagement via interactive artificial intelligence and mixed reality78
Identifying the combinations of motivations and emotions for creating satisfied users in SNSs: An fsQCA approach75
A comparative assessment of sentiment analysis and star ratings for consumer reviews75
Beyond user experience: What constitutes algorithmic experiences?75
Online service quality and perceived value in mobile government success: An empirical study of mobile police in China73
Digital government transformation: A structural equation modelling analysis of driving and impeding factors72
‘Go with the flow’ for gamification and sustainability marketing72
Forty years of the International Journal of Information Management: A bibliometric analysis71
DeLone & McLean models of information system success: Critical meta-review and research directions69
The dual concept of consumer value in social media brand community: A trust transfer perspective69
Gamification and online impulse buying: The moderating effect of gender and age69
Psychological determinants of users’ adoption and word-of-mouth recommendations of smart voice assistants67
Privacy concerns and disclosure of biometric and behavioral data for travel66
Using blockchain to signal quality in the food supply chain: The impact on consumer purchase intentions and the moderating effect of brand familiarity66
On the training of a neural network for online path planning with offline path planning algorithms65
Digital platforms and SMEs’ business model innovation: Exploring the mediating mechanisms of capability reconfiguration64
The Transformative Potential of Disruptions: A Viewpoint63
Reimagining e-leadership for reconfigured virtual teams due to Covid-1963
The effects of trust on behavioral intention and use behavior within e-government contexts61
Wearable device adoption among older adults: A mixed-methods study61
Spatial information and the legibility of urban form: Big data in urban morphology61
A data-driven approach to adaptive synchronization of demand and supply in omni-channel retail supply chains61
Social media for enhanced understanding of disaster resilience during Hurricane Florence60
Fifty years of information management research: A conceptual structure analysis using structural topic modeling60
Algorithm awareness: Why user awareness is critical for personal privacy in the adoption of algorithmic platforms?60
Business Intelligence Capabilities and Firm Performance: A Study in China59
Servitization implementation in the manufacturing organisations: Classification of strategies, definitions, benefits and challenges58
Meta-analysis in information systems research: Review and recommendations58
Investigating consumers’ online social shopping intention: An information processing perspective58
Public and private value creation using artificial intelligence: An empirical study of AI voice robot users in Chinese public sector57
Smart city model based on systems theory57
Investigating context factors in citizen participation strategies: A comparative analysis of Swedish and Belgian smart cities57
The acceptance of chatbots in an enterprise context – A survey study57
Social media and disaster management: Case of the north and south Kivu regions in the Democratic Republic of the Congo56
Consumer response towards social media advertising: Effect of media interactivity, its conditions and the underlying mechanism56
When digitalized customers meet digitalized services: A digitalized social cognitive perspective of omnichannel service usage56
Who captures whom – Pokémon or tourists? A perspective of the Stimulus-Organism-Response model56
The effects of information literacy on trust in government websites: Evidence from an online experiment56
The serendipitous impact of COVID-19 pandemic: A rare opportunity for research and practice56
Collaboration in demand-driven supply chain: Based on a perspective of governance and IT-business strategic alignment56
AI applications of data sharing in agriculture 4.0: A framework for role-based data access control56
Bridging marketing theory and big data analytics: The taxonomy of marketing attribution55
Digitally mediated value creation for non-commodity base of the pyramid producers55
Exploring knowledge management perspectives in smart city research: A review and future research agenda55
Multi-agent optimization of the intermodal terminal main parameters by using AnyLogic simulation platform: Case study on the Ningbo-Zhoushan Port55
Social media influencers’ narrative strategies to create eWOM: A theoretical contribution53
How does employee cultural background influence the effects of telework on job stress? The roles of power distance, individualism, and beliefs about telework53