Since its first appearance in the late 1970s and early 1980s, executive information system (EIS) has been reported to improve executives' productivity in line with the rapid growth of the EIS market. In this paper, we aim to provide both researchers and practitioners with a comprehensive bibliography on EIS. this bibliography consists of papers which were extracted from (1) INSPECT commercial database service, (2) previous surveys in books and journals, and (3) major conference proceedings. A total of 227 papers, published between 1983 and 1992, were identified and categorized by topic, and journal or conference. The major findings indicate that EIS has been widely used in both profit oriented organizations and non-profit oriented organizations and that the nature of system has been the most active topic among the researchers and practitioners. However, the survey suggests that further research should be focused on development and implementation methodologies of EIS, especially requirement analysis and EIS planning.
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