In this rejoinder we discuss six commentaries to our earlier debates and perspectives paper `Is theory king?: questioning the theory fetish in information systems’. We argue again for theory light rather than theory free papers, we discuss the potential scope of theories in information systems, we reflect on our terminology and exemplar paper, and we discuss the relevance of our arguments on quantitative research before looking at potential further opportunities to debate this important issue for information systems. Link to the article
AVISON, D. and MALAURENT, J. (2014). Is Theory King?: a Rejoinder. Journal of Information Technology, 29(4), pp. 358-361.