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Conceptualizing I.S. Archetypes Through History: A Study of the Roman Curia
International Conference on Information Systems
Many typologies of I.S. archetypes exist in the current literature. But very few rely on long term past perspectives, which could result in a precious opportunity to suggest innovative configurations related to specific institutional environments. On the other hand, historiography is a subject of growing interest in IS. Nonetheless, if many studies have already been carried out on the history of the technology or computer industries, very few have dealt with organizational IS history. This isdblp:conf/icis/Vaujany06 fatcat:w3oj4gewznearfken5ztpugoem