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1.   Journal Papers

119. V. Mindel, L. Mathiassen and A. Rai. The Sustainability of Polycentric Information Commons. MIS Quarterly. Accepted 2017.

118. R. Singh, V. Mindel and L. Mathiassen. IT-enabled Revenue Cycle Transformation in Resource-constrained Hospitals: A Collaborative Digital Options Inquiry. Journal of Management Information Systems. Accepted 2017.

117. A. Baird, E. Davidson and L. Mathiassen. Reflective Technology Assimilation: Facilitating Electronic Health Record Assimilation in Small Physician Practices. Journal of Management Information Systems. Accepted 2017.

116. K. Syed, N. Barqawi and L. Mathiassen. Release Cycle Management: A Contextualist Inquiry Into Recurrent Software Development and Improvement. International Journal of Business Information Systems. Accepted 2017.

115. N. Hassan and L. Mathiassen. Distilling a Body of Knowledge for Information Systems Development. Information Systems Journal. Accepted 2016.

114. N. Augustsson, A. Nilsson, J. Holmström and L. Mathiassen. Managing Information Infrastructures: Negotiating Control and Drift in Service Provisioning. International Journal of Business Information Systems. Accepted 2017.

113. S. Ghobadi and L. Mathiassen. Risks to Effective Knowledge Sharing in Agile Software Teams: A Model for Assessing and Mitigating Risks. Information Systems Journal. Vol. 27, No. 6, 699-731, 2017.

112. L. Grabowski and L. Mathiassen. Networking during Strategic Change in Small Organizations. Engaged Management Review. Vol. 1, No. 2, 29-38, 2017.

111. L. K. Hansen, P. Kræmmergaard and L. Mathiassen. IT Project Portfolio Governance Practice: An Investigation into Work Design Problems. Journal of Information Technology Case and Application Research. Vol. 19, No. 2, 81-101, 2017.

110. A. Ali, D. Warren and L. Mathiassen. Cloud-Based Business Services Innovation: A Risk Management Model. International Journal of Information Management. Vol. 37, 639–649, 2017.

109. L. Mathiassen. Designing Engaged Scholarship: From Real-World Problems to Research Publications. Engaged Management Review. Vol. 1, No. 1, 17-28, 2017.

108. M. Kaul, J. B. Feng and L. Mathiassen. A Semantic Sense-and-respond Approach to Managing IT-enabled Buyer-supplier Relationships: An Action Research Study. International Journal of Business Information Systems. Vol. 25, No. 4, 427-455, 2017.

107. M. Avital, L. Mathiassen and U. Schultze. Alternative Genres in Information Systems Research. European Journal of Information Systems. Vol. 26, 240-247, 2017. (Editorial)

106. F. Svahn, L. Mathiassen, R. Lindgren and G. Kane. Mastering the Digital Innovation Challenge. MIT Sloan Management Review. Vol. 58, No. 3, 2017.

105. M. Germonprez, K. Kendall, J. Kendall, L. Mathiassen, B. Young and B. Warner. A Theory of Responsive Design: A Field Study of Corporate Engagement with Open Source Communities. Information Systems Research. Vol. 28, No. 1, 64–83, 2017.

104. S. D. Müller, L. Mathiassen, C. Saunders and P. Kræmmergaard. Political Maneuvering During Business Process Transformation: A Pluralist Approach. Journal of the Association for Information Systems. Vol. 18, No. 3, 173-205, 2017.

103. F. Svahn, L. Mathiassen and R. Lindgren. Embracing Digital Innovation in Incumbent Firms: How Volvo Cars Managed Competing Concerns. MIS Quarterly. Vol. 41, No. 1, 239-253, 2017.

102. B. Young, L. Mathiassen and E. Davidson. Inconsistent and Incongruent Frames during IT-enabled Change: An Action Research into Sales Process Innovation. Journal of the Association for Information Systems. Vol. 17, No. 7, 495-520, 2016.

101. N. Barqawi, L. Mathiassen, K. Syed and S. Vastani. Balancing Coordination and Autonomy during Post-acquisition within a High Tech Firm. International Journal of Innovation Management. Vol. 20, No. 3, 1-32, 2016.

100. N. Barqawi, K. Syed and L. Mathiassen. Recurrent Release of Business-to-business Software Services: An Action Research Study. Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing. Vol. 31, No. 7, 928-940, 2016.

99. S. Ghobadi and L. Mathiassen. Perceived Barriers to Effective Knowledge Sharing in Agile Software Teams. Information Systems Journal. Vol. 26, No. 2, 95-125, 2016.

98. R. Singh, L. Mathiassen and A. Mishra. Organizational Path Constitution in Technological Innovation: Evidence from Rural Telehealth. MIS Quarterly. Vol. 39, No. 3, 643-665, 2015.

97. V. Mindel and L. Mathiassen. Contextualist Inquiry into Hospital Revenue Cycle Transformation: Bridging Research and Practice. Journal of the Association for Information Systems. Vol. 16, No. 12, 1016-1057, 2015.

96. L. Grabowski, C. Neher, T. Crim and L. Mathiassen. Competing Values in Voluntary Organization Development: An Extended Framework. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. Vol. 44, No. 5, 908-923, 2015.

95. J. A. Switzer, R. Singh, L. Mathiassen, J. L. Waller, R. J. Adams and D. C. Hess. Variations in Intravenous Thrombolysis by Spoke Hospitals. Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases. Vol. 24, No. 4, 739-744, 2015.

94. U. Bretschneider,  J. M. Leimeister and L. Mathiassen. IT-enabled Product Innovation: Customer Motivation for Participating in Virtual Idea Communities. International Journal of Product Development. Vol. 20, No. 2, 126-141, 2015.

93. S. T. Weaver, P. S. Ellen and L. Mathiassen. Contextualist Inquiry into Organizational Citizenship: Promoting Recycling Across Heterogeneous Organizational Actors. Journal of Business Ethics. Vol. 129, No. 2, 413-428, 2015.

92. J. E. Frisk, R. Lindgren and L. Mathiassen. Design Matters for Decision Makers: Discovering IT Investment Alternatives. European Journal of Information Systems. Vol. 23, 442-461, 2014.

91. J. Sandberg, L. Mathiassen and N. Napier. Digital Options Theory for IT Capability Investment. Journal of the Association for Information Systems. Vol. 15, No. 7, 422-453, 2014.

90. L. Mathiassen and A. Sandberg. Process Mass Customization in a Global Software Firm. IEEE Software. Vol. 31, No. 6, 62-69, 2014.

89. J. Persson and L. Mathiassen. Investigating Multimodal Communication in Virtual Meetings: The Sharing of Dynamic Representations. Communications of the Association for Information Systems. Vol. 34, Article 79, 2014.

88. R. Singh, L. Mathiassen, J. Switzer and R. Adams. Assimilation of Urgent Web-based Stroke Evaluation: A Study of Two Networks. JMIR Medical Informatics. Vol. 2, No. 1, e6, 2014.

87. O. Henfridsson, L. Mathiassen and F. Svahn. Managing Technological Change in the Digital Age: The Role of Architectural Frames. Journal of Information Technology, Vol. 29, No. 1, 27-43, 2014.

86. M. Alaranta and L. Mathiassen. Managing Risks in Post-Merger IS Integration. IEEE IT Professional, Vol. 16, No. 1, 30-40, 2014.

85. L. Mathiassen and N. Napier. Exploring Win-Win Contracts: An Appreciative Inquiry into IT Project Management. Journal of Information Technology Theory and Application, Vol. 14, No. 3, 5-29, 2014.

84. J. A. Nielsen, L. Mathiassen and S. Newell. Theorization and Translation in IT Institutionalization: Evidence from Danish Home Care. MIS Quarterly, Vol. 38, No.1, 165-186, 2014.

83. P. Levén, J. Holmström and L. Mathiassen. Managing Research and Innovation Networks: Evidence from a Government Sponsored Cross-Industry Program. Research Policy, Vol. 43, No. 1, 156-168, 2014.

82. J. A. Nielsen and L. Mathiassen. Interpretive Flexibility in Mobile Health: Lessons from a Government Sponsored Home Care Program. Journal of Medical Internet Research, Vol. 15, No. 10, e236, 2013.

81. L. Grabowski and L. Mathiassen. Real Estate Decision Making as Actor Networks. Journal of Corporate Real Estate, Vol. 15, No. 2, 136-149, 2013.

80. L. Mathiassen and A. Sandberg. How a Professionally Qualified Doctoral Student Bridged the Practice-Research Gap: A Confessional Account of Collaborative Practice Research. European Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 22, No. 4, 475-492, 2013.

79. J. Persson, L. Mathiassen and I. Aaen. Agile Distributed Software Development: Enacting Control through Media and Context. Information Systems Journal, Vol. 22, No. 6, 411-433, 2012.

78. K. Conboy, G. Fitzgerald and L. Mathiassen. Qualitative Methods Research in Information Systems: Motivations, Themes and Contributions. European Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 21, No. 2, 113-118, 2012. (Editorial)

77. L. Mathiassen, M. Chiasson and M. Germonprez. Style Composition in Action Research Publication. MIS Quarterly, Vol. 32, No. 2, 347-363, 2012.

76. D. Romanow, L. Mathiassen, G. Landers and C. Parker. Development of IT-enabled Chronic Care Management for the Medically Underserved: A Contextualist Framework. Journal of Information Technology Theory and Application, Vol. 12, No 4, 27-50, 2011.

75 L. Mathiassen and T. Tuunanen. Requirements Risk Management. IEEE IT Professional, Vol. 13, No. 6, 40-47, 2011.

74. A. M. Hansen, P. Kræmmergaard and L. Mathiassen. Rapid Adaptation in Digital Transformation: A Participatory Process for Engaging IS and Business Leaders. MIS Quarterly Executive, Vol. 10, No. 4, 175-185, 2011.

73. N. Napier, L. Mathiassen and D. Robey. Building Contextual Ambidexterity in a Software Company to Improve Firm-level Coordination. European Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 20, 674-690, 2011.

72. M. Lewis, L. Mathiassen and A. Rai. Scalable Growth in IT-enabled Service Provisioning: A Sensemaking Perspective. European Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 20, 285-302, 2011.

71. R. Singh, L. Mathiassen, E. Astapova and M. Stachura. Dynamic Capabilities in Home Health: IT-enabled Transformation of Post-acute Care. Journal of Association for Information Systems, Vol. 12, 163-188, 2011.

70. S. D. Müller, L. Mathiassen and H. H. Balshøj. Software Process Improvement as Organizational Change: A Metaphorical Analysis of the Literature. Journal of Systems and Software, Vol. 83, 2128-2146, 2010.

69. H. Tscherning and L. Mathiassen. Early Adoption of Mobile Devices: A Social Network Perspective. Journal of Information Technology Theory and Application, Vol. 11, No. 1, 23-42, 2010.

68. R. Singh, L. Mathiassen, E. Astapova and M. Stachura. Sustainable Rural Telehealth Innovation: A Public Health Case Study. Health Services Research, Vol. 45, No. 4, 985-1004, 2010.

67. G. Tjørnehøj and L. Mathiassen. Improvisation during Process-technology Adoption: A Longitudinal Study of a Software Firm. Journal of Information Technology, Vol. 25, No. 1, 20-34, 2010.

66. J. S. Persson and L. Mathiassen. A Process for Managing Risks in Distributed Teams. IEEE Software, Vol. 27, No. 1, 20-29, 2010.

65. S. Cho, L. Mathiassen and M. Gallivan. Crossing the Diffusion Chasm: From Invention to Penetration of a Telehealth Innovation. Information, Technology & People, Vol. 22, No. 4, 351-366, 2009.

64  N. Napier, L. Mathiassen and R. Johnson. Combining Perceptions and Prescriptions in Requirements Engineering Process Assessment: An Industrial Case Study. IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, Vol. 35, No. 5, 593-606, 2009.

63. J. S. Persson, L. Mathiassen, J. Bøg, T. S. Madsen and F. Steinson. Managing Risks in Distributed Software Projects: An Integrative Framework. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Vol. 56, No. 3, 508-532, 2009.

62. S. D. Müller, P. Kræmmergaard and L. Mathiassen. Managing Cultural Variation in Software Process Improvement: A Comparison of Methods for Subculture Assessment. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Vol. 56, No. 4, 584-599, 2009.

61. T. Schmidt and L. Mathiassen. Agility in a Small Software Firm: A Sense-and Respond Approach. International Journal of Business Information Systems, Vol. 4, No. 1, 85-104, 2009.

60. M. Chiasson, M. Germonprez and L. Mathiassen. Pluralist Action Research: A Review of the Information Systems Literature. Information Systems Journal, Vol. 19, No. 1, 31-54, 2009.

59  S. Cho, L. Mathiassen and A. Nilsson. Contextual Dynamics during Health Information Systems Implementation: An Event-based Actor Network Approach. European Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 17, No. 6, 614-631, 2008.

58. L. Mathiassen and C. Sørensen. Towards a Theory of Organizational Information Services. Journal of Information Technology, Vol. 23, No. 4, 313-329, 2008.

57. N. Napier, J. W. Kim, L. Mathiassen. Software Process Reengineering: A Model and Its Application to an Industrial Case Study. Software Process: Improvement & Practice, Vol. 13, No. 5, 451-471, 2008.

56. L. Mathiassen and P. A. Nielsen. Engaged Scholarship in IS Research – The Scandinavian Case. Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 20, No. 2, 3-20, 2008.

55. L. Mathiassen and K. Pedersen. Managing Uncertainty in Organic Development Projects. Communications of The Association for Information Systems, Vol. 23, Article 27, 483-500, 2008.

54. H. D. Frederiksen and L. Mathiassen. A Contextual Approach to Improving Software Metrics Practices. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Vol. 55, No. 4, 602-616, 2008.

53. A. Börjesson and L. Mathiassen. Managing Slow-down of Improvement Projects. IEEE Software, Vol. 25, No. 6, 84-89, 2008.

52. M. Mähring, M. Keil, L. Mathiassen and J. Pries-Heje. Making IT Project De-Escalation Happen: An Exploration into Key Roles. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, Vol. 9, No. 8, 462-496, 2008.

51. M. Keil, L. Li, L. Mathiassen and G. Zheng. The Influence of Checklists and Roles on Software Practitioner Risk Perception and Decision-Making. Journal of Systems and Software, Vol. 81, No. 6, 908-919, 2008.

50. G. Tjørnehøj and L. Mathiassen. Between Control and Drift: Negotiating Improvement in a Small Software Firm. Information, Technology & People, Vol. 21, No. 1, 69-90, 2008.

49. V. Kasi, M. Keil, L. Mathiassen and K. Pedersen. The Post Mortem Paradox: A Delphi Study of IT Specialist Perceptions. European Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 17, No. 1, 62-78, 2008.

48. L. Mathiassen and K. Pedersen. Knowledge Creation and Sharing in a Systems Development Project. International Journal of Business Information Systems, Vol. 3, No. 1, 1-20, 2008.

47. S. Cho and L. Mathiassen. The Role of Industry Infrastructure in Telehealth Innovations: A Multi-level Analysis of a Telestroke Program. European Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 16, No. 6, 738-750, 2007.

46. L. Mathiassen, T. Saarinen, T. Tuunanen and M. Rossi. A Contingency Model for Requirements Development. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, Vol. 8, No. 11, 570-598, 2007.

45. S. Petter, L. Mathiassen and V. Vaishnavi. Five Keys to Project Knowledge Sharing. IEEE IT Professional, Vol. 9, No. 3, 42-46, 2007.

44. S. Cho, E. V. Khasanshina, L. Mathiassen,  D. C. Hess, S. Wang and M. Stachura. An Analysis of Business Issues in a Telestroke Project. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, Vol. 13, 257-262, 2007.

43. S. Cho, L. Mathiassen and D. Robey. The Dialectics of Resilience: A Multi-level Analysis of a Telehealth Innovation. Journal of Information Technology, Vol. 22, No. 1, 24-35, 2007.

42. M. Lewis, B. Young, L. Mathiassen, A. Rai and R. Welke. Business Process Innovation based on Stakeholder Perceptions. Information Knowledge Systems Management Journal, Vol. 6, 7-27, 2007.

41. S. Du, M. Keil, L. Mathiassen, Y. Shen and A. Tiwana. Attention-shaping Tools, Expertise, and Perceived Control in IT Project Risk Assessment. Decision Support Systems, Vol. 43, No. 1, 269-283, 2007.

40. I. Aaen, A. Börjesson and L. Mathiassen. SPI Agility: How to Navigate Improvement Projects. Software Process: Improvement & Practice, Vol. 12, 267-281, 2007.

39. L. Mathiassen and M. Vainio. Dynamic Capabilities in Small Software Firms: A Sense-and-Respond Approach. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Vol. 54, No. 3, 522-538, 2007.

38. L. Mathiassen and J. Pries-Heje. Business Agility and Diffusion of Information Technology. European Journal of Information Systems, Volume 15, No. 2, 116-119, 2006. (Editorial)

37. L. Mathiassen and L. Vogelsang. Managing Knowledge in Software Method Adoption. International Journal of Business Information Systems, Vol. 1, No. 1, 102-117, 2005.

36. A. Börjesson and L. Mathiassen. Improving Software Organizations: The Agility Challenge. Information, Technology & People, Vol. 18, No. 4, 359-382, 2005.

35. L. Mathiassen, O. Ngwenyama and I Aaen: Managing Change in Software Process Improvement. IEEE Software, Vol. 22, No. 6, 84-91, 2005.

34. H. D. Frederiksen and L. Mathiassen. Information-Centric Assessment of Software Metrics Practices. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Vol. 52, No. 3, 350-362, 2005.

33. J. Wareham, L. Mathiassen, A. Rai, D. Straub and R. Klein. The Business Value of Digital Supply Networks: A Program of Research on the Impact of Globalization. Journal of International Management, Vol. 11, No. 2, 201-227, 2005.

32.  A. Börjesson and L. Mathiassen. Successful Process Implementation. IEEE Software, Vol. 21, No. 4, 36-44, 2004.

31.  J. Iversen, L. Mathiassen and P. A. Nielsen. Managing Risks in Software Process Improvement: An Action Research Approach. MIS Quarterly, Vol. 28, No. 3, 395-433, 2004.

30. L. Mathiassen, I. Andersson and K. Hansson. Service Provision in a Software Technology Unit. Journal of Information Technology, Vol. 18, No. 3, 2003.

29. J. Iversen and L. Mathiassen. Cultivation and Engineering of a Software Metrics Program. Information Systems Journal, Vol. 13, No. 1, 3-21, 2003.

28. L. Mathiassen and P. Pourkomeylian. Managing Knowledge in a Software Organization. Journal of Knowledge Management, Vol. 7, No. 2, 2003.

27. P. B. Andersen and L. Mathiassen. Semiotic Engineering. Semiotica, Vol. 142, 2002.

26. L. Mathiassen and S. Purao. Educating Reflective Systems Developers. Information Systems Journal, Vol. 12, No. 2, 2002.

25. L. Mathiassen. Collaborative Practice Research. Information, Technology & People, Vol. 15, No. 4, 2002. Also published in: Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems, Vol.14, 2002.

24. L. Holmberg and L. Mathiassen. Survival Patterns in Fast-Moving Software Organizations. IEEE Software, Vol. 18, No. 6, 2001.

23. M. Robertson, S. Newell, J. Swan, L. Mathiassen and G. Bjerknes. The Issue of Gender within Computing: A Discussion of UK and Scandinavian Data and Experience. Information Systems Journal, Vol. 11, No. 2, 2001.

22. I. Aaen, J. Arent, L. Mathiassen and O. Ngwenyama. A Conceptual MAP of Software Process Improvement. Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 13, 2001.

21. L. Mathiassen and P. A. Nielsen. Interaction and Transformation in SSM. Systems Research and Behavioral Science, Vol. 17, No. 3, 2000.

20. H. Scheepers and L. Mathiassen. Out of Scandinavia: Facing Social Risks in IT development in South Africa. Journal of Global Information Management, Vol. 8, No. 2, 2000.

19. L. Mathiassen and J. Stage. Informatics as a Multi-Disciplinary Education. Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 11, No. 1, 1999.

18. L. Mathiassen, F. Borum and J. Strandgaard Pedersen. Developing Managerial Skills in IT Organizations-A Case Study based on Action Learning. Journal of Strategic Information Systems, Vol. 8, 1999.

17. L. Mathiassen. Reflective Systems Development. Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 10, No. 1 & 2, 1998.

16. K. Lyytinen, L. Mathiassen, and J. Ropponen. Attention Shaping and Software Risk: A Categorial Analysis of Four Classical Risk Management Approaches. Information Systems Research, Vol. 9, No. 3, 1998.

15. B. Dahlbom and L. Mathiassen. The Future of Our Profession. Communications of the ACM, Vol. 40, No. 6, 1997.

14. L. Mathiassen. Information Systems Development: Reflections on a Discipline. Accounting, Management and Information Technology, Vol. 6, No. 1/2, 1996.

13. K. Lyytinen, L. Mathiassen, and J. Ropponen. A Behavioral Model of Software Risk Management. Journal of Information Technology, Vol. 11, No. 4, 1996 & Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 8, No. 2, 1996.

12. L. Mathiassen and C. Sørensen. The Capability Maturity Model and CASE. Information Systems Journal, Vol. 6, 1996.

11. L. Mathiassen, T. Seewaldt, and J. Stage: Prototyping and Specifying: Principles and Practices of a Mixed Approach. Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 7, No. 1, 1995.

10. B. Dahlbom and L. Mathiassen. A Scandinavian View on ACM’s Code of Ethics. Computers and Society, ACM, Vol. 24, No. 2, 1994.

9. B. Dahlbom and L. Mathiassen. Systems Development Philosophy. Computers and Society, ACM, Vol. 22, No. 1-4, 1992.

8. L. Mathiassen and J. Stage. The Principle of Limited Reduction in Software Design. Information, Technology and People, Vol. 6, No. 2, 1992.

7.  J. Greenbaum and L. Mathiassen. Zen and the Art of Teaching Systems Development. Computers and Society, ACM, Vol. 20, No. 1, 1990.

6. L. Mathiassen and P. A. Nielsen. Soft Systems and Hard Contradictions-Approaching the Reality of Information Systems in Organizations. Journal of Applied Systems Analysis, Vol. 16, 1989.

5. L. O. Jepsen, L. Mathiassen, and P. A. Nielsen. Back to Thinking Mode-Diaries as a Medium for Effective Management of Information Systems Development. Behaviour and Information Technology, Vol. 8, No. 3, 1989.

4. P. B. Andersen and L. Mathiassen. Semiotics and Informatics. Journal of Pragmatics. Vol. 10, 1986.

3. L. Mathiassen and A. Munk-Madsen. Formalizations in Systems Development. Behaviour and Information Technology, Vol. 5, No. 2, 1986.

2. G. F. Lanzara and L. Mathiassen. Mapping Situations Within a Systems Development Project. Information and Management, Vol. 8, No. 1, 1985.

1. L. Mathiassen. Systems Description as a Tool for Teaching Programming. SIGCSE Bulletin, Vol. 12, No. 4, 1980.

2.   Books

15. R. Baskerville, L. Mathiassen, J. Pries-Heje and J. I. DeGross (Eds.). Business Agility and Information Technology Diffusion. Springer Verlag, 2005.

14. L. Mathiassen, J. Pries-Heje and O. Ngwenyama (Eds.). Improving Software Organizations—From Principles to Practice. Addison-Wesley, 2002. (Also published in Japanese and Chinese)

13. L. Mathiassen, A. Munk-Madsen, P. A. Nielsen and J. Stage. Object-Oriented Analysis & Design. Marko Publishing House, 2000. (In English; major revision)

12.L. Mathiassen, A. Munk-Madsen, P. A. Nielsen and J. Stage. Object-Oriented Analysis & Design. Marko Publishing House, 1997. (In Danish)

11. M. Kyng and L. Mathiassen (Eds.). Computers and Design in Context. The MIT Press, 1997.

10. L. Mathiassen, A. Munk-Madsen, P. A. Nielsen and J. Stage. Object-Oriented Design. Marko Publishing House, 1995. (In Danish)

9. L. Mathiassen, A. Munk-Madsen, P. A. Nielsen and J. Stage. Object-Oriented Analysis. Marko Publishing House, 1993. (In Danish)

8. B. Dahlbom and L. Mathiassen. Computers in Context – The Philosophy and Practice of System Design. Blackwell, 1993.

7. S. Bang, L. Mathiassen et. al. Quality Management in Systems Development. Teknisk Forlag, 1991. (In Danish)

6. G. Bjerknes, L. Mathiassen et. al. (Eds.). Organizational Competence in System Development, Studentlitteratur, 1990.

5. N. E. Andersen, L. Mathiassen et. al. Professional Systems Development-Experiences, Ideas, and Action. Prentice-Hall, 1990.

4.  P. Docherty, L. Mathiassen et. al. (Eds.). System Design for Human Development and Productivity: Participation and Beyond, North-Holland, 1987.

3. N. E. Andersen, L. Mathiassen et. al. Professional Systems Development-Experiences, Ideas, and Action. Teknisk Forlag, 1986. (In Danish)

2. R. Budde, L. Mathiassen et. al. (Eds.). Approaches to Prototyping, Springer Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg, 1984.

1. H. Jakobsen, F. Kensing, M. Kyng, and L. Mathiassen. Computers and Trade Union Activities. Fremad, 1981. (In Danish)

3.   Book Chapters

20. J. Holmström, L. Mathiassen, J. Sandberg and H. Wimelius. Green IS: Steps Towards a Research Agenda. In: J. Holmström, M. Wiberg and A. Lund (Eds.). Industrial Informatics Design, Use, and Innovation: Perspectives and Services. IGI Global: Information Science Reference, New York, 2010.

19. S. C. Petter, V. Vaishnavi and L. Mathiassen. Tools for Knowledge Sharing in IT Project Management. In: M. Khosrow-Pour (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology. 2nd edition, IGI Global, London, 2009.

18. G. Tjørnehøj and L. Mathiassen. The Role of Improvisation in Adoption of Process Technology in a Small Software Firm. In: P. A. Nielsen and K. H. Kautz (Eds.). Software Processes & Knowledge. Software Innovation Publisher, Aalborg, 2007.

17. J. Iversen, L. Mathiassen and P. A. Nielsen. Building IT Risk Management Approaches: An Action Research Method. In: E. W. Duggan and H. Reichgelt (Eds.). Measuring Information Systems Delivery Quality. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Inc., 2006.

16. L. Mathiassen, A. Rai and R. Welke. The Age of Process. In: Hoque, Faisal et al. (Eds.). Winning The Three-Legged Race: When Business and Technology Run Together. BTM Institute, 2005.

15. R. Baskerville, L. Mathiassen and J.Pries-Heje (Eds.). Agility in Fours: IT Diffusion, IT Infrastructures, IT Development, and Business. In: R. Baskerville, L. Mathiassen, J. Pries-Heje and J. I. DeGross (Eds.). Business Agility and Information Technology Diffusion.  Springer Verlag, 2005.

14. L. Mathiassen. Knowledge-As-Relation – An IT-Outlook at the Future of Academic Institutions. In: K. V. Andersen and M. T. Vendelbo. The Past and Future of Information Systems – A tribute to Niels Bjørn-Andersen. Butterworth-Heinemann, 2004.

13. L. Mathiassen and C. Sørensen. From Information Systems to Information Services. In: P. Järvi et al. (Eds.). People and Computers: Twenty-one Ways of Looking at Information Systems. Turku Centre for Computer Science, 2003.

12. L. Mathiassen. Knowledge Across Boundaries—An IT Perspective on the Future of Universities. In: The Danish Research Council. The Knowledge Space Towards 2025, The Danish Ministry for Science, Technology and Development, 2002. (In Danish)

11. J. Iversen, L. Mathiassen and P. A. Nielsen. Risk Management in Process Action Teams. In: L. Mathiassen, J. Pries-Heje and O. Ngwenyama (Eds.). Improving Software Organizations—From Principles to Practice. Addison-Wesley, 2002.

10. L. Mathiassen, G. Bjerknes and C. Kristensen. Improving Customer Relations. In: L. Mathiassen, J. Pries-Heje and O. Ngwenyama (Eds.). Improving Software Organizations—From Principles to Practice. Addison-Wesley, 2002.

9. C. V. Andersen, F. Krath, L. Krukow, L. Mathiassen and J. Pries-Heje. The Grass Roots Effort. In: L. Mathiassen, J. Pries-Heje and O. Ngwenyama (Eds.). Improving Software Organizations—From Principles to Practice. Addison-Wesley, 2002.

8. I. Aaen, J. Arent, L. Mathiassen and O. Ngwenyama. Mapping SPI Ideas and Practices. In: L. Mathiassen, J. Pries-Heje and O. Ngwenyama (Eds.). Improving Software Organizations—From Principles to Practice. Addison-Wesley, 2002.

7. L. Mathiassen, P. A. Nielsen and J. Pries-Heje. Learning SPI in Practice. In: L. Mathiassen, J. Pries-Heje and O. Ngwenyama (Eds.). Improving Software Organizations—From Principles to Practice. Addison-Wesley, 2002.

6. L. Mathiassen and J. Stage. Informatics as a Multi-Disciplinary Education. In: F. Ljungberg (Ed.). Informatics in the Next Millenium. Studentlitteratur, 1999.

5. L. Mathiassen. Control and Creativity in Computing Practices. In: S. Hildebrandt and E. Johnsen (Eds.). Management II-10 Danish Professors Views on Contemporary Management. Børsen Publishing House, 1995. (In Danish)

4. L. Mathiassen and P. A. Nielsen. Interaction and Transformation in Soft Systems Methodology. In: B. Dahlbom (Ed.). The Infological Equation-Essays in Honor of Börje Langefors. Gôteborg University, 1995.

3. L. Mathiassen, T. Seewaldt, and J. Stage. Prototyping and Specifying-Principles and Practices of a Mixed Approach. In: J. Stage et. al. (Eds.). Quality Software-Concepts and Tools. Aalborg University, 1994.

2. L. Mathiassen and P. A. Nielsen. Surfacing Organizational Competence. Soft Systems and Hard Contradictions. In: G. Bjerknes et. al. (Eds.). Organizational Competence in System Development. Studentlitteratur, 1990.

1. G. F. Lanzara and L. Mathiassen. Intervening into System Development area Projects: Tools for Mapping Situations. In: G. C. van de Veer et. al. (Eds.). Working with Computers: Theory versus Outcome. Academic Press, 1988.

4.   Conference Papers

98. K. Jonsson, L. Mathiassen and J. Holmström: The Architecture and Materiality of IT-enabled Services: An Investigation into Appropriation of Remote Diagnostics Technology. The International Conference on Information Systems, Dublin, Ireland, 2016.

97. L. Lawson-Lartego and L. Mathiassen: Designing and Orchestrating Embedded Innovation Networks – An Inquiry into Microfranchising in Bangladesh.  The International Conference on Engaged Management Scholarship, Paris, France, 2016.

96. S. Quinonez and L. Mathiassen: Crafting Alliances between a Mexican Agribusiness and the Base of the Pyramid – An Action Research into Strategizing.  The International Conference on Engaged Management Scholarship, Paris, France, 2016.

95. A. Ali, D. Warren and L. Mathiassen: Cloud-based Business Service Innovation – A Risk Model.  The International Conference on Engaged Management Scholarship, Paris, France, 2016.

94. M. Lewis, A. Rai, L. Mathiassen and R. Hornyak: The Enactment and Evolution of Interorganizational Strategy. Academy of Management National Meeting, Anaheim, USA, 2016.

93. J. Nielsen, L. Mathiassen and S. Newell: Circulating Management Ideas – Towards a Better Understanding of the Reciprocal Relationships between Field-level Dynamics and Micro-level Practices. 12th Workshop on New Institutionalism in Organization Theory, 2016.

92. R. Singh, V. Mindel and L. Mathiassen, IT-based Revenue Cycle Management: An Action Research into Relational Coordination. Hawaiian International Conference on Systems Science, 2016.

91. R. Hernandez-Cazares, L. Lawson-Lartego, S Quinonez and L. Mathiassen. Strategizing Value Co-creation with Poor Farmers in a Mexican Agribusiness. The International Conference on Engaged Management Scholarship, Baltimore, USA, 2015.

90. F. Svahn, R. Lindgren and L. Mathiassen. Applying Options Thinking to Shape Generativity in Digital Innovation: An Action Research into Connected Cars. Hawaiian International Conference on Systems Science, 2015.

89. V. Mindel and L. Mathiassen. Contextualist Inquiry into Hospital Revenue Cycle Transformation: Bridging Research and Practice. Hawaiian International Conference on Systems Science, 2015.

88. N. Barqawi and L. Mathiassen. Software Service Innovation through Release Management: An Action Research Study. The International Conference on Engaged Management Scholarship, Tulsa, USA, 2014.

87. K. Syed and L. Mathiassen. A Contextualist Inquiry into Recurrent Software Development. The International Conference on Engaged Management Scholarship, Tulsa, USA, 2014.

86. N. Barqawi, K. Syed, S. F. Vastani and L. Mathiassen. Balancing Autonomy and Integration of Acquired Innovative Capability: A Process Study of a High-Tech Firm. The International Conference on Engaged Management Scholarship, Atlanta, USA, 2013.

85. T. Gregory and L. Mathiassen. Traveling of Requirements in Development of Packaged Software: The Role of Uncertainty and Work Design. The International Conference on Information Systems, Milan, Italy, 2013.

84. M. Lewis, A. Rai and L. Mathiassen. The Enactment of Interorganizational Relational Strategy and the Dynamics of Governance. Academy of Management, Orlando, USA, 2013.

83. T. Gregory, C. Sambhara and L. Mathiassen. Chains of Control in Agile Software Development. Americas Conference on Information Systems, Chicago, USA, 2013.

82. J. Persson and L. Mathiassen. Knowledge Coordination in Distributed Software Management: An Analysis of Breakdowns in Multimodal Virtual Meetings. European Conference on Information Systems, Barcelona, 2012.

81. C. Neher and L. Mathiassen. Service Innovation in a Voluntary Organization: Creating Work Opportunities for Severely Developmentally Disabled Adults. The International Conference on Engaged Management Scholarship, Cranfield, UK, 2012.

80. L. Grabowski and L. Mathiassen. Real Estate Decision-Making:  An Actor Network Theory Analysis of Two, Small Charitable Organizations. The International Conference on Engaged Management Scholarship, Cranfield, UK, 2012.

79. N. Barqawi, K. Syed, S. Vastavi and L. Mathiassen. Management of Acquired Innovation Capability: The Autonomy-Integration Dilemma in a High-Tech Firm. The International Conference on Engaged Management Scholarship, Cranfield, UK, 2012.

78. M. Kaul, J. B. Feng and L. Mathiassen. A Semantic Approach to IT-enabled Buyer-Supplier Relationship Management: An Action Research Study. Americas Conference on Information Systems, Seattle, USA, 2012.

77. L. Öbrand, N.-P. Augustsson, J. Holmström and L. Mathiassen. The Emergence on Information Infrastructure Risk Management in IT Services. Hawaiian International Conference on Systems Science, 2012.

76. S. T. Weaver, P. S. Ellen and L. Mathiassen. Contextualist Inquiry into Sustainability Networks: Facilitating Recycling Across Heterogeneous Organizational Actors. Marketing & Public Policy Conference, Washington, DC, USA, 2011.

75. T. Crim, L. Grabowski, L. Mathiassen and  C. Neher. Competing Values in Voluntary Organization Development: An Extended Framework. The International Conference on Engaged Management Scholarship, Cleveland, USA, 2011.

74. H. Tscherning and L. Mathiassen. A Dialectical Analysis of Mobile Device Assimilation within a Group of Users. European Conference on Information Systems, Helsinki, Finland, 2011.

73. M. Germonprez, J. Kendall, K. Kendall, B. Warner and L. Mathiassen. Organizational Participation in Open Communities: Conceptual Framing and Early Findings. Americas Conference on Information Systems, Detroit, USA, 2011.

72. J. Holmström, J. Sandberg and L. Mathiassen. Educating Reflective Practitioners: The Design of an IT Management Masters Program. Americas Conference on Information Systems, Detroit, USA, 2011.

71. H. Tscherning and L. Mathiassen. The Role of Social Networks in Early Adoption of Mobile Devices. IFIP WG 8.2-8.6 Conference, Perth, Australia, 2010.

70. R. Singh, L. Mathiassen and A. Mishra. A Theory of Rural Telehealth Innovation – A Paradoxical Approach. International Conference on Information Systems. Phoenix, USA, 2009.

69. M. Lewis, L. Mathiassen and A. Rai. Developing IS-Enabled Capabilities for a BPO Vendor: A Case Study. Americas Conference on Information Systems, San Francisco, USA, 2009.

68. N. Hassan and L. Mathiassen. Combining Scientometric and Content Analysis Methods for Identifying Core Concepts and Action Principles of Information Systems Development. Americas Conference on Information Systems, San Francisco, USA, 2009.

67. M. Stachura, L. Mathiassen, E. Khasanshina and R. Singh. Community-driven sustainable telemedicine and telehealth innovation. Thirteenth Annual International Meeting and Exposition of the American Telemedicine Association, Seattle WA, 2008.

66. N. Napier and L. Mathiassen. Appreciative Inquiry into IT Project Management: Understanding Win-Win Contracts. International Conference on Information Systems, Paris, France, 2008.

65. S. Cho, L. Mathiassen and M. Gallivan. Crossing the Chasm: From Adoption to Diffusion of a Telehealth Innovation. IFIP WG 8.6 Conference, Madrid, Spain, 2008.

64. B. Young, L. Mathiassen and A. Rai. A Model for Digitally-enabled Process Innovation: The Case of the US Minority Business Network. European Conference on Information Systems, Galway, Ireland, 2008.

63. N. Hassan and L. Mathiassen. An Exploratory Study Comparing the Core Concepts of Information Systems Development and Software Engineering. Americas Conference on Information Systems, Toronto, Canada, 2008.

62. J. Persson, I. Aaen and L. Mathiassen. Real-time Control Mediation in Agile Distributed Software Development. Americas Conference on Information Systems, Toronto, Canada, 2008.

61. N. Napier, L. Mathiassen and D. Robey. From Dichotomy to Ambidexterity: Transcending Traditions in Systems Development. Americas Conference on Information Systems, Toronto, Canada, 2008.

60. R. Singh and L. Mathiassen. IT Enabled Service Innovation in Rural Health: A Community Driven Approach. Workshop on Technology, Design, and Management, Monterrey, Mexico, 2008.

59. L. Mathiassen and N. Napier. Improving IT Project Management: An Appreciative Approach. Workshop on Technology, Design, and Management, Monterrey, Mexico, 2008.

58. S. Cho, L. Mathiassen and M. Gallivan. From Adoption to Diffusion of a Telehealth Innovation. Hawaiian International Conference on Systems Science, 2008.

57. N. Napier, L. Mathiassen and R. Johnson. Negotiating Repeat-Ability and Response-Ability in Requirements Engineering. International Conference on Information Systems, Milwaukee, USA, 2006.

56. N. Napier, L. Mathiassen and R. Johnson. Perceptions and Processes in Assessing Software Requirements Practices. Americas Conference on Information Systems, Acapulco, Mexico, 2006.

55. S. Cho, L. Mathiassen and D. Robey. The Dialectics of Resilience: A Multi-level Analysis of a Telehealth Innovation. IFIP WG 8.6 Conference, Galway, Ireland, 2006.

54. S. Du, M. Keil, L. Mathiassen, Y. Shen and A. Tiwana. The Role of Perceived Control, Attention Shaping, and Expertise in IT Project Risk Assessment. Hawaiian International Conference on Systems Science, 2006.

53. M. Keil, L. Li, L. Mathiassen and J. Zheng. The Influence of Checklists and Roles on Software Practitioner Perception and Decision-Making. Hawaiian International Conference on Systems Science, 2006.

52. I. Aaen, A. Börjesson and L. Mathiassen. Navigating Software Process Improvement Projects. IFIP WG 8.6 Conference, Atlanta, USA, 2005.

51. S. Cho, L. Mathiassen and A. Nilsson. Event-based Actor Network Analysis of IT-based Change, Americas Conference on Information Systems, Omaha, USA, 2005.

50. L. Mathiassen and L. Vogelsang. The Role of Networks and Networking in Bringing Software Methods to Practice. Hawaiian International Conference on Systems Science, 2005.

49. L. Mathiassen and Keld Pedersen. The Dynamics of Knowledge in Systems Development Practice. Hawaiian International Conference on Systems Science, 2005.

48. A. Nilsson and L. Mathiassen. Event-based Actor Network Analysis of ICT-Based Change. Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia, 2004.

47. A. Börjesson and L. Mathiassen. Making SPI Happen: The Roads to Process Implementation. European Conference on Information Systems, Turku, Finland, 2004.

46. A. Börjesson and L. Mathiassen. Organizational Dynamics in Software Process Improvement. IFIP WG 8.6 Conference, Leixlip, Ireland, 2004.

45. H. D. Frederiksen and L. Mathiassen. Assessing Improvements of Software Metrics Practices. IFIP WG 8.6 Conference, Leixlip, Ireland, 2004.

44. M. Germonprez and L. Mathiassen. The Role of Conventional Research Methods in Information Systems Action Research. IFIP WG 8.2 Conference, Manchester, UK, 2004.

43. A. Nilsson, M. Grissot and L. Mathiassen. Translation of Network Configurations – A Case Study of System Implementation in a Hospital. IFIP WG 8.6 Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2003.

42. A. Börjesson and L. Mathiassen. Making SPI Happen: The Roads to Process Implementation. Proceedings of the Twenty-sixth Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia, 2003.

41. L. Mathiassen and K. Pedersen. The Dynamics of Knowledge in Systems Development Practice. Proceedings of the Twenty-sixth Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia, 2003.

40. L. Mathiassen, M. Robertson and J. Swan. Cracking the Code: The Dynamics of Professional Knowledge. European Knowledge Management Conference, 2003.

39. A. Börjesson and L. Mathiassen. Making SPI Happen – The IDEAL Distribution of Effort. Hawaiian International Conference on Systems Science, 2003.

38. C. Sørensen, M. Kakihara and L. Mathiassen. Mobile Services: Functional Diversity and Overload. Mobile Computing in the 21st Century, Budapest, 2002.

37. L. Mathiassen and C. Sørensen. A Task-Based Theory of Information Services. Proceedings of the Twenty-fifth Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia, 2002.

36. L. Mathiassen and K. Pedersen. Intention and Emergence in Software Project Improvement. Proceedings of the Twenty-fifth Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia, 2002.

35. A. Börjesson and L. Mathiassen. Making SPI Happen – The IDEAL Distribution of Effort. Proceedings of the Twenty-fifth Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia, 2002.

34. I. Andersson, L. Mathiassen and K. Nielsson. Transforming a Method Department—From Technology Supplier to Service Provider. Information Systems Development Conference, London, 2001.

33. L. Mathiassen and Pouya Pourkomeylian. Knowledge Management in a Software Process Improvement Unit. Knowledge Management Conference, England, 2001.

32. H. D. Frederiksen and L. Mathiassen. Diagnosing Metrics Practices in a Software Organization. Information Systems Development Conference, London, 2001.

31. L. Mathiassen. Collaborative Practice Research. In: Organizational and Social Perspectives on Information Technology. R. Baskerville, J. Stage & J. I. DeGross (Eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2000.

30. G. Bjerknes & L. Mathiassen. Improving the Customer-Supplier Relation in IT Development. Hawaiian International Conference on Systems Science, 2000.

29. J. Iversen & L. Mathiassen. Lessons from Implementing a Software Metrics Program. Hawaiian International Conference on Systems Science, 2000.

28. J. Iversen, L. Mathiassen & P. A. Nielsen. Risk Management in Software Process Improvement. Proceedings of European Conference on Information Systems, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1999.

27.  J. Johansen & L. Mathiassen. Lessons learned in a National SPI Effort. EuroSPI’98.

26. I. Aaen, P. Bøttcher & L. Mathiassen. The Software Factory: Contributions and Illusions. Proceedings of European Conference on Information Systems, Aix en Provence, France, 1998.

25. B. Krogh and L. Mathiassen. Coordination Problems and Method Features. Hawaiian International Conference on Systems Science, 1998.

24. H. Scheepers & L. Mathiassen. Out of Scandinavia: Facing Social Risks in IT development in South Africa. IRMA Conference, 1998.

23. L. Mathiassen and C. Sørensen. A Guide to Manage Software Engineering Technologies. In: Diffusion, Transfer, and Implementation of Information Technology. T. McMaster & D. Wastel (Eds.), Chapman & Hall, 1997.

22. J. Strandgaard Pedersen, F. Borum & L. Mathiassen. Legitimation and Identity: Bridging Between Imitation of Standard Solutions and Creation of Unique, Contextual Solutions. The 13th EGOS Colloquium, Budapest, 1997.

21. B. Krogh & L. Mathiassen. Coordination Problems and Method Features. Proceedings of the Twentieth Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia, 1997.

20. L. Mathiassen, F. Borum & J. S. Pedersen. Transforming IT Management through Action Learning. Proceedings of the Twentieth Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia, 1997.

19. I. Aaen, P. Bøttcher & L. Mathiassen. The Software Factory: Contributions and Illusions. Proceedings of the Twentieth Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia, 1997.

18. L. Mathiassen, A. Munk-Madsen, P. A. Nielsen and J. Stage. Method Engineering: Who’s the Customer? Proceedings of International Conference on Method Engineering, Atlanta, USA, 1996.

17. I. Aaen, P. Bøtcher, and L. Mathiassen. Delta Measurement in Software Process Improvement based on Product Attributes. Proceedings of European Conference on Information Systems, Lisbon, Portugal, 1996.

16. L. Mathiassen and P. A. Nielsen. Interaction and Transformation in Soft Systems Methodology. Proceedings of European Conference on Information Systems, Lisbon, Portugal, 1996.

15. L. Mathiassen and C. Sørensen. The Why, What, Who, Where, and How of CASE Management. In: Preceedings of the Eighteenth Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia, 1995.

14. I. Aaen, P. Bøtcher, and L. Mathiassen. Delta Measurement in Software Process Improvement based on Product Attributes. In: Preceedings of the Eighteenth Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia, 1995.

13. K. Lyytinen, L. Mathiassen, and J. Ropponen. A Behavioral Model of Software Risk Management. Proceedings of European Conference on Information Systems, Athens, Greece, 1995.

12. L. Mathiassen, A. Munk-Madsen, P. A. Nielsen and J. Stage. Modeling Events in Object-Oriented Analysis. Proceedings of International Conference on Object Oriented Information Systems, London, England, 1994.

11. L. Mathiassen, A. Munk-Madsen, P. A. Nielsen and J. Stage. Combining two Approaches to Object-Oriented Analysis. Proceedings of International Symposium on Object-Oriented Methodologies and Systems, Palermo, Italy, 1994.

10. L. Mathiassen and P. A. Nielsen. Interaction and Transformation in Soft Systems Methodology. In: Preceedings of the Seventeenth Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia, 1994.

9. B. Dahlbom and L. Mathiassen. The Future of Computing. In: Proceedings of the Seventeenth Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia, 1994.

8. L. Mathiassen and Carsten Sørensen. Managing CASE Introduction – Beyond Software Process Maturity. In J. W. Ross (Ed.): Proceedings of the 1994 ACM SIGCPR Conference, Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, USA, ACM, 1994.

7. L. Mathiassen, A. Munk-Madsen, P. A. Nielsen and J. Stage. Soft Systems in Software Design. In: Systems Thinking in Europe, M. C. Jackson et al. (Eds.), Plenum Press, 1991.

6. L. Mathiassen and J. Stage. Complexity and Uncertainty in Software Design. In: Computer Systems and Software Engineering, IEEE Computer Society Press, 1990.

5. L. Mathiassen. Systems, Processes and Structures – a Contribution to the Theoretical Foundation of Information Systems Development and Use. In: System Design for Human Development and Productivity: Participation and Beyond, P. Docherty et. al. (Eds.), North-Holland, 1987.

4. P. B. Andersen and L. Mathiassen. Systems Development and Use: A Science of Truth or a Theory of Lies. In: Computers and Democracy, G. Bjerknes et. al. (Eds.), Avebury, 1987.

3. P. B. Andersen and L. Mathiassen. Semiotics and Informatics: The Impact of Edp-based Systems upon the Professional Language of Nurses. In: Readings in Cognitive Ergonomics – Mind and Computers, G. C. van der Veer et. al. (Eds.), Springer-Verlag, 1984.

2. L. Mathiassen, B. Rolskov, and E. Vedel. Regulating the Use of Edp by Law and Agreement. In: Systems Design For, With and By the Users, U. Briefs et. al. (Eds.), North-Holland, 1983.

1. M. Kyng and L. Mathiassen. Systems Development and Trade Union Activities. In: Information Society: For Richer for Poorer, N. Bjørn-Andersen et. al. (Eds.), North-Holland, 1982.