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Track 18: E-business

  • Track Chairs
    Sulin Ba
    University of Connecticut
    sulin.ba@business.uconn.edu
    Weiling Ke
    Clarkson University
    wke@clarkson.edu

    Ming-hui Huang
    National Taiwan University
    huangmh@ntu.edu.tw

  • Track Description

    This track is concerned with information systems research issues related to global e-business processes across the entire value chain. Information technology development has enabled enterprises to manage their business activities effectively. Over the last few years, there has been continuing digitization of processes, products, and services, as well as continuing transformation and innovation of value chains, supported by an increasing degree of integration of computer networks, the Internet, and mobile technologies.

    While research in e-business has flourished in the last few years, there are still ample opportunities related to models, methodology, applications, and emerging issues. In addition, the economic activities incorporating more and more digitization, electronic links, and globalization have added new dimensions and complexity to most, if not all, business decisions, processes, and strategies.

    In this track, we are interested in issues related to, but not limited by, research topics such as:

    • E-business issues and developments
    • IT governance for global e-business
    • Service management innovation
    • Economic models for e-business value chain management
    • E-business standards development and management
    • IT strategy and risks in managing e-business
    • E-business challenges for small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) in developing regions
    • E-business software solutions allowing the integration of intra and inter firm business processes
    • Social, political and legal frameworks for fostering e-business diffusion in developing regions
    • User behaviors in global e-business adoption
    • Privacy, security, and trust issues in global e-business
    • Social, political, and legal implications of global e-business
  • Associate Editors

    • Yulin Fang, City University of Hong Kong, China
    • Maggie Yi Guo, University of Michigan, USA
    • Joy He, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China
    • Sunil Mithas, University of Maryland, USA
    • Carol Ou, Tilburg University, Netherlands
    • Ramesh Sankarnarayanan, University of Connecticut, USA
    • Nilesh Saraf, Simon Fraser University, Canada
    • Heshan Sun, University of Arizona, USA
    • Chuan-Hoo Tan, City University of Hong Kong, China
    • Weiquan Wang, City University of Hong Kong, China
    • Chuck Wood, Duquesne University, USA
    • Calvin Y. Xu, Fudan University, China
    • Hong Xu, HKUST, China
    • Xue Yang, Nanjing University, China
    • Cheng Zhang, Fudan University, China


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