International Journal of eBusiness and eGovernment Studies

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AIMS AND SCOPE OF THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF eBUSINESS AND eGOVERNMENT STUDIES

The International Journal of eBusiness and eGovernment Studies  is a peer-reviewed international journal published  in English. It aims publishing high quality research studies in all sub-areas of Information Systems, Knowledge Management, eBusiness, eCommerce, eMarketing, mCommerce, eGovernment, ePublic Services, eGovernance etc.

Being an international journal, the natural audience for the International Journal of eBusiness and eGovernment Studies includes academics, researchers, policy-makers, regulators, and practitioners.

The journal is published by the Social Sciences Research Society.

The journal accepts articles, that can be theoretical, applied, empirical, case-based or policy-oriented in the following areas of business and management. There is no clear-cut borders. Topics of interest include, but are not confined rigidly to the following list

eBUSINESS & eCOMMERCE
Modeling and evaluating of e-commerce

Strategies of e-commerce

Diffusion and adoption of e-commerce

Econometric models of e-commerce

e-Marketing and e-financing

Next generation Internet

Grid computing and P2P technology in e-commerce

Network protocol design for e-commerce

Web based e-commerce system

Web service and web data management

Semantic web and web mining

Authentication, authorization and cryptography

Intrusion detection and localization

Trust model and privacy protect

Log management and database security

Security of mobile commerce

Biometric identification

Management of mobile commerce

Mobile commerce model and platform

GPS and location service

Mobile payment and accounting

 

Mobile computing and ubiquitous computing

Applications of mobile commerce (i.e. entertainment, advertising, game)

Multimedia representation in e-commerce

Information hiding, digital watermarking

Image retrieval technology

e-Game and e-entertainment

e-Financing (e-payment, e-bank, e-stock, e- insurance)

e-education and e-training

Network and Service Management

Grid computing for e-Business

Service-oriented crchitectures

B2B, B2C and C2C architectures

eBusiness collaboration

Web and mobile business systems and services

Collaborative business systems

CRM and business solutions

Workflow management systems

 

 

 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS & KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
Innovation and entrepreneurship

Supply chain management

Project and quality management

Environment and energy management

National infrastructure management

Semantic web and data mining

Knowledge transfer and independent innovation

Organization and management of information resource

Strategy management and project management

Embedded e-commerce system

Open source technologies in e-commerce

Collaborative information systems

Mobile and XML Database, search engine

Information filtering and retrieval

Data warehouse, data mining and business intelligence

Intelligent agent and mobile agent

Business Intelligence and personalized recommendation

Lean logistics and Reverse logistics

Global logistics

Supply chain management

Warehouse management and Inventory management

Case studies of logistics and supply chain management

eGOVERNMENT & eGOVERNANCE
case studies and best practices
eGovernment development
New topics in eGovernment

eGovernment  organization and management

eGovernment strategies and implementation

eGovernment issues in government-to-citizens relationships

e-service delivery – government to citizen

eGovernment issues in government-to-businesses relationships

eGovernment : Intergovernmental issues

eGovernment : Legal and political issues

Social, technical, and economical aspects of eGovernment

eGovernment services and information 
ICT & innovation in public sector

eGovernment  information security, privacy and trust

eProcurement

Applications of eGovernment

Measuring eGovernment performance

mGovernment

eGovernance 
eParticipation and eCitizenship 
eDemocracy

eVoting

mGovernance

 

Research directions and foundations for eGovernment

Methodological issues in eGovernment research
Inter- versus multi-disciplinary eGovernment research
Epistemologies in eGovernment research
Critical Management Studies and eGovernment research
Organization theory and eGovernment theory
Social studies of ICT and eGovernment research

New public management and e-Government

Teaching eGovernment

Strategies and frameworks, motivators, and contexts

Assessment, evaluation and benefit models for ICT investments

Mobile Government research and applications

Information quality

Education, training courses, and curricula

Frameworks and guidelines for eGovernment
eGovernment policies, strategies and implementation

 

 

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