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== '''Theory of Multiple Contingencies''' ==
== '''Theory of Multiple Contingencies''' ==

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Theory of Multiple Contingencies

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Main dependent construct(s)/factor(s)

Main independent construct(s)/factor(s)

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IS articles that use the theory

V. Sambamurthy , Robert W. Zmud, Arrangements for information technology governance: a theory of multiple contingencies, MIS Quarterly, v.23 n.2, p.261-290, June 1999.

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