Research in Information Systems helps supervisors and their students get the most out of the PhD experience. It can be used as a basis of courses for supervisors and their research students. This book covers: . the supervisor - student relationship . practical, social and academic issues . different models for PhD programs, including US, UK, Latin and Scandinavian models. Many vignettes of personal experiences and reflections provide context for the material. The book is written by experts - leading international academics in the field of information systems. They all have had wide experience of research supervision over many years in many countries. * The only handbook available specifically for Information Systems, and written for both research supervisors and their students * Content agreed and approved by an international panel of experts, ensuring worldwide relevance * Includes real life anecdotes to educate, entertain, and contextualiseThe user-based definition is interesting in that it raises the question: Who is the user of a PhD thesis? If the user is ... to talk about specifications. For example, the Ministerial order in Denmark for PhD studies states: a#39;(1) The PhD degree shallanbsp;...
|Title||:||Research in Information Systems|
|Author||:||D. E. Avison, Jan Pries-Heje|
|Publisher||:||Gulf Professional Publishing - 2005|