AIS Research Ranking Service Now Features 2017 Data
Monday, January 29, 2018
Posted by: Brook Pritchett
AIS Research Ranking Services has been updated to now reflect 2017 data. Together with MyVision Research, AIS provides free access to the research ranking service, with data from 1990-2017.
AIS members can register for free to the service, which tracks publications in eight leading IS journals in the AIS Senior Scholars’ basket of journals. The service also functions as a useful tool in assessing scholars’ progress toward promotion and tenure, providing decision-makers the information needed to set standards for faculty productivity, tenure, hiring and promotion, salary and more.
The ranking features highlights include:
- University rankings by different regions (Americas, Europe/Africa, Asia/Australia)
- Top-200 rankings
- Secure HTTPS (SSL) website
- University rankings using two different rankings methods
- Author rankings using four different rankings methods
- University rankings using various combinations of journals
- University rankings using various time windows
Provided by Viswanath Venkatesh, distinguished professor and Billingsley Chair in Information Systems at the Walton College of Business, University of Arkansas, along with his team, Professors Ruba Aljafari (UPitt), Frank Chan (ESSEC), and Xiaojun Zhang (HKUST), MyVision Research assists the information systems field by assessing research productivity of universities and faculty members in terms of publications in the AIS basket of journals.
“Venkatesh’s tireless work to keep this service current helps to strengthen the entire IS community and it gives us unbiased views of how we are doing personally, departmentally, regionally, and globally,” said Matti Rossi, AIS President.
Venkatesh is widely regarded as one of the most influential scholars in the field of information systems and is a Fellow of AIS. His research focuses on understanding the diffusion of technologies in organizations and societies. He is widely regarded as one of the most influential scholars in business and economics.
Visit the Research Ranking Services at https://www.aisresearchrankings.org/.