Van Osch, W., and Bulgurcu, B. (2020) “Idea Generation in Enterprise Social Media: Closed Versus Open Groups and their Network Structures”, Journal of Management Information Systems, 37(4), 904-932. FT50, Impact Factor: 3.775; ranked 3rd in Information Systems.
Van Osch, W., Leidner, D.E.; & Beath, C.M. (2020). Does a Societal Lockdown Treat Gender the Same? Submission and Reviewing Patterns at JAIS During Spring 2020, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 21(6), Article 11,
Available at: https://aisel.aisnet.org/jais/vol21/iss6/11.
Van Osch, W., Steinfield, C.W, (2018) “Team Boundary Spanning: The Role of Bounded Versus Unbounded Visibility in Enterprise Social Media.” Journal of Management Information Systems, 35(2), 647-682. FT50, Impact Factor: 3.775; ranked 3rd in Information Systems.
Coursaris, C.K., Van Osch, W, Albini, A. (2018) “Antecedents and Consequents of Information Usefulness in User-Generated Online Reviews: A Multi-Group Moderation Analysis of Review Sentiment,” AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction (10) 1, pp. 1-25.
Bulgurcu, B., Van Osch, W., Kane, G.C. (2018) “The Rise of the Promoters: Understanding Differences in User Groups and their Participation in Enterprise Online Communities,” Journal of Management Information Systems, 35(2), 610-646. FT50, Impact Factor: 3.775; ranked 3rd in Information Systems.
Van Osch, W., and Coursaris, C.K. (2017) “A Strategic Social Action Framework: Theorizing and Analyzing the Alignment of Social Media Affordances and Organizational Social Action”, Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, 27(2), pp. 99-110. ISI Impact factor = .944.
Van Osch, W. and Steinfield, C.W. (2016). Intra-Organizational Boundary-Spanning: Strategic Implications for the Implementation and Use of Enterprise Social Media. Journal of Information Technology, 31(2), pp. 207-225. ISI Impact factor = 4.525
Coursaris, C.K. and Van Osch, W. (2015). A Cognitive-Affective Model of Perceived User Satisfaction (CAMPUS): The Complementary Effects and Interdependence of Utility and Hedonics in IS Design. Information & Management, 53(2), 252-264. ISI Impact factor = 3.317.
Coursaris, C.K., Van Osch, W., and Balogh, B.A. (2015). “Informing Brand Messaging Strategies via Social Media Analytics,“ Online Information Review, 40(1), 6-24. ISI impact factor = 1.443.
Song, Y. and Van Osch, W. (2015). “From Networks and Communities to Action Nets: Understanding Internet-Induced Acts of Organizing and Connecting,” International Journal of Humanities and Management Sciences, 3(4).
Coursaris, C.K., and Van Osch, W. (2015) “Lifestyle-Technology Fit: Theorizing the Role of Self-Identity in IS Research,” Computers in Human Behavior, 49, 460-476. ISI impact factor = 3.435.
Van Osch, W. & Beath, C.M. COVID-19 and Caregiving IS Researchers: In the same storm, but not in the same boat. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, forthcoming.