In recent years there has been much debate about the scientific status of information systems as a discrete discipline and as a valid research field, yet there is already a substantial body of research on information systems dating back some thirty years. An important aspect of this book is its coverage of the development of IS research over the past three decades, showing how it has come to represent such a diverse field of activities today, including its impact on health care, e-business and mobile commerce. Many of the pioneers of IS research have contributed their own perspectives and insights to the debate in this volume, and its reflective and historical approach ensures it will be of great interest to anyone working within the IS field. This reflective text looks back on the last 30 years of IS research, as well as glancing towards the future, ensuring that it will be of great interest to anyone working within the IS field.
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