Using Income Accounting as the Theoretical Basis for Measuring IT Productivity

D. Kundisch, N. Mittal, B. Nault, Information Systems Research 25 (2014) 449–467.

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Information Systems Research
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Kundisch D, Mittal N, Nault B. Using Income Accounting as the Theoretical Basis for Measuring IT Productivity. Information Systems Research. 2014;25(3):449-467.
Kundisch, D., Mittal, N., & Nault, B. (2014). Using Income Accounting as the Theoretical Basis for Measuring IT Productivity. Information Systems Research, 25(3), 449–467.
@article{Kundisch_Mittal_Nault_2014, title={Using Income Accounting as the Theoretical Basis for Measuring IT Productivity}, volume={25}, number={3}, journal={Information Systems Research}, author={Kundisch, Dennis and Mittal, Neeraj and Nault, Barrie}, year={2014}, pages={449–467} }
Kundisch, Dennis, Neeraj Mittal, and Barrie Nault. “Using Income Accounting as the Theoretical Basis for Measuring IT Productivity.” Information Systems Research 25, no. 3 (2014): 449–67.
D. Kundisch, N. Mittal, and B. Nault, “Using Income Accounting as the Theoretical Basis for Measuring IT Productivity,” Information Systems Research, vol. 25, no. 3, pp. 449–467, 2014.
Kundisch, Dennis, et al. “Using Income Accounting as the Theoretical Basis for Measuring IT Productivity.” Information Systems Research, vol. 25, no. 3, 2014, pp. 449–67.

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