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Organisational Size Measurement in IS Research: Implications and Consequences of Using Different Metrics

Goode, Sigi


Organisational size is an important research variable in information systems research. Prior research has identified a large number of organisational size metrics in use in the published information systems research literature. However, many researchers offer little supportive discussion for their choice of size metric. This paper documents a pilot study to determine the effects of using different organisational size metrics. The study takes a dataset from an existing study and analyses a...[Show more]

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