Information & Management

(The TQCC of Information & Management is 39. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
An assessment of advanced mobile services acceptance: Contributions from TAM and diffusion theory models374
Motivating IS security compliance: Insights from Habit and Protection Motivation Theory361
Determinants of successful virtual communities: Contributions from system characteristics and social factors266
Senior managers’ perception on green information systems (IS) adoption and environmental performance: Results from a field survey246
Mining customer requirements from online reviews: A product improvement perspective182
User satisfaction from commercial web sites: The effect of design and use165
The effect of online reviews on product sales: A joint sentiment-topic analysis163
Optimal experience of flow enhanced by telepresence: Evidence from social media use148
Likelihood to abort an online transaction: influences from cognitive evaluations, attitudes, and behavioral variables144
A strategic framework for website evaluation based on a review of the literature from 1995–2006143
How do product recommendations affect impulse buying? An empirical study on WeChat social commerce130
Organizational readiness for digital innovation: Development and empirical calibration of a construct128
Gamification: A key determinant of massive open online course (MOOC) success126
Determinants of RFID adoption intention: Evidence from Taiwanese retail chains112
Moderating effects of time pressure on the relationship between perceived value and purchase intention in social E-commerce sales promotion: Considering the impact of product involvement110
Why people benefit from e-learning differently: The effects of psychological processes on e-learning outcomes108
Service quality, perceived value, and citizens’ continuous-use intention regarding e-government: Empirical evidence from China106
Role of big data management in enhancing big data decision-making capability and quality among Chinese firms: A dynamic capabilities view103
How do social commerce-IT capabilities influence firm performance? Theory and empirical evidence99
Understanding the interplay of social commerce affordances and swift guanxi: An empirical study94
The role of users and customers in digital innovation: Insights from B2B manufacturing firms93
Exploring knowledge contribution from an OCB perspective86
Why funders invest in crowdfunding projects: Role of trust from the dual-process perspective86
EXPRS: An extended pagerank method for product feature extraction from online consumer reviews85
Impact of the usage of social media in the workplace on team and employee performance83
How social media usage affects employees’ job satisfaction and turnover intention: An empirical study in China81
The cultural impact on social commerce: A sentiment analysis on Yelp ethnic restaurant reviews78
Rethinking ERP success: A new perspective from knowledge management and continuous improvement78
Easy come or easy go? Empirical evidence on switching behaviors in mobile payment applications77
From traditional education technologies to student satisfaction in Management education: A theory of the role of social media applications74
IT outsourcing research from 1992 to 2013: A literature review based on main path analysis72
From process logic to business logic—A cognitive approach to business process management68
An app a day keeps a customer connected: Explicating loyalty to brands and branded applications through the lens of affordance and service-dominant logic66
A theory of application service provider (ASP) use from a client perspective64
A chronological review of empirical research on personal information privacy concerns: An analysis of contexts and research constructs62
Sources and impacts of social influence from online anonymous user reviews62
Understanding the role of technology attractiveness in promoting social commerce engagement: Moderating effect of personal interest61
Examination of community identification and interpersonal trust on continuous use intention: Evidence from experienced online community members58
From computer ethics to responsible research and innovation in ICT58
RubE: Rule-based methods for extracting product features from online consumer reviews57
Information technology and organizational learning in knowledge alliances and networks: Evidence from U.S. pharmaceutical industry53
The impact of IT on decision structure and firm performance: evidence from the textile and apparel industry52
A hybrid fuzzy group ANP–TOPSIS framework for assessment of e-government readiness from a CiRM perspective48
Understanding the impact of perceived visual aesthetics on user evaluations: An emotional perspective46
The organizational and cultural context of systems implementation: Case experience from Latin America46
Alone or together? Exploring the role of desire for online group gaming in players’ social game addiction45
Information security breaches and IT security investments: Impacts on competitors45
Assessing participative systems design: Some conclusions from an exploratory study44
Analyzing methodological rigor of MIS survey research from 1980–198941
Does culture influence m-banking use and individual performance?41
Enterprise social networking usage as a moderator of the relationship between work stressors and employee creativity: A multilevel study40
Do reviewers’ words affect predicting their helpfulness ratings? Locating helpful reviewers by linguistics styles39
Competition matters! Self-efficacy, effort, and performance in crowdsourcing teams39