The Electronic Journal of Information Systems Evaluation provides critical perspectives on topics relevant to Information Systems Evaluation, with an emphasis on the organisational and management implications
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The Electronic Journal of Information Systems Evaluation (EJISE) publishes research on topics relevant to Information Systems Management as well as Information Systems Evaluation. EJISE has a mission to advance knowledge with an emphasis on the organisational, management, personal, national and global implications of modern Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). EJISE has published regular issues since 2003.

The journal contributes to the development of both the theory and practice of all aspects of IS Management and IS evaluation. The Editorial team considers academically robust papers and welcome empirical research, case studies, action research, theoretical discussions, literature reviews and other work which advances learning in this field. All papers are double-blind peer reviewed.


These may be qualitative or quantitative, empirical or theoretical in nature and can discuss completed research findings or work in progress.


Case studies are welcomed illustrating practise in the field of information systems evaluation.


View points are less academically rigorous articles usually in areas of controversy which will fuel some interesting debate.


Anyone who attends a conference or reads a book that they feel contributes to the area of Information Systems Management or Information Systems Evaluation is encouraged to submit a review for publication.


To make a submission first read the submission guidelines and then follow the link to submit online

From July 2017 EJISE is moving to a continuous method of publication. This means that once a paper has been finally accepted, an invoice for the publication fee will be sent. On receipt of payment the paper will pass through to typesetting and authors will receive page proofs to check. We will endeavour to provide page proofs within two weeks of the publication fee being received and to publish the paper within two weeks of authors accepting the page proofs. When a minimum of three papers have been published we will close the issue. The exception to this process is special issues. In this case authors will be kept informed as to progress of the issue, but all papers will be published together.

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