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Advances in E-Business Research (AEBR) Book Series 
Call for Authored/Edited Book Proposals
Publisher: Idea Group Incorporated (IGI) Global

Editor-in-Chief: In Lee, Western Illinois University, USA

SUBMISSION DUE DATE: May 15, 2008

MISSION OF AEBR
The mission of the Advances in E-Business Research (AEBR) Book Series is to 
provide a premier book series for researchers and practitioners worldwide to 
share and distribute cutting-edge knowledge and best practices of all facets 
of electronic business. The AERB Book Series also aims to identify emerging 
research topics and define the future of e-business research. 

COVERAGE OF AEBR
Among topics to be included (but not limited) are the following:

* Applications of new technologies to e-business 
* B2B E-marketplaces
* Collaborative commerce 
* Developing and managing middleware to support e-business 
* Digital libraries 
* E-business and SMEs 
* E-business framework and development methodologies 
* E-business models and architectures 
* E-business process modeling and simulation studies 
* E-business standardizations 
* E-business strategies
* E-business systems integration 
* E-business technology investment strategies 
* Economics of e-business 
* E-CRM
* E-finance 
* E-healthcare
* E-HRM
* E-services
* E-TAM
* E-value chain
* Electronic communications
* Electronic markets and infrastructures 
* Electronic supply chain management and the Internet-based electronic data 
interchange 
* E-marketing
* E-procurement methods 
* E-payment market
* E-services 
* Evaluation methodologies for e-business systems 
* Global e-business 
* Intelligent agent technologies and their impacts 
* Interorganizational information systems (IOS)
* Mobile commerce 
* Online communities
* Online consumer behavior 
* Outsourcing and e-business technologies
* Recommender systems
* Semantic Web
* Social network
* Trends in e-business models and technologies 
* Trust, security, and privacy of e-business transactions and information 
* Valuing e-business assets 
* Virtual organization
* Web advertising 
* Web-based languages, application development methodologies, and tools 
* Web personalization and mass customization technologies 
* Web services-based e-business systems 
* Web 2.0
* All other related issues in the e-business area

SUBMITTING TO AEBR:
Prospective authors/editors are invited to submit proposals for possible 
volumes in the Advances in E-Business Research (AEBR) Book Series.  
Prospective authors should note that only original and previously unpublished 
manuscripts will be considered. All proposal submissions will be forwarded to 
members of the Editorial Review Board of the Advances Series for peer review. 
Final decision regarding acceptance/revision/rejection will be based on the 
reviews and assessment of the publisher, IGI Global. All submissions must be 
forwarded electronically to [log in to unmask] by ****** May 15, 2008 
(progressive deadline) ******

FORMATS:
(1) Authored book: Authored books include illustrated chapters delving into 
discrete and emerging research in niche areas, models, methodologies and 
concepts. The development duration of an Authored Book takes approximately 
11-15 months in total from proposal acceptance to final manuscript. These 
books include 12-20 chapters on average and total word counts ranging from 
105,000 to 135,000 words. Authored books provide a unique opportunity for 
specific subject analysis and development of your discipline.
 
(2) Edited book: Edited books include highly-descriptive chapters detailing 
progressive research in a range of topics and concepts. The development 
duration of an Edited Book takes approximately 15 months in total from 
proposal acceptance to final manuscript. These books include 15-25 chapters 
and word counts ranging from 7,000-10,000 words per chapter. Books of this 
length allow for a thorough description of specific aspects of your discipline. 
Each chapter is submitted to a double blind peer-review process through an 
editorial advisory board created for the development of the publication. Editing 
a book offers the ability to network with peers and colleagues for the 
betterment of your specialty and your endeavors.
 
(3) Handbook of Research: A Handbook of Research is a larger collection of 
concise and focused information, providing a comprehensive assessment on 
inclusive topics. We provide two separate formats for the Handbooks of 
Research, depending on the pool of material available for your subject area. 
This type of publication, if covering a larger topic with a vast research 
interest and a broader foci, includes a total of 50+ chapters at about 5,000-
7,000 words each. Alternatively, a Handbook of Research also provides a 
forum for more specific, niche topics that are more underrepresented in mass 
research circles, where 25+ chapters at 8,000-10,000 words would 
comprehensively cover all areas of a more narrow and applied theme. The 
duration of this project would be approximately 20 months.

(4) Encyclopedia: An Encyclopedia is the largest project, consisting of 
expansive coverage of research and knowledge in your discipline. The number 
of submissions reaches as many as 250 manuscripts, varying in coverage and 
length of approximately 1,500-3,500 words. These submissions will also include 
a list of key terms and definitions. This project warrants an extended time-line 
of approximately 22+ months.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:
Your (5-10 page) prospectus should include:

1. TITLES: 3-5 suggested titles 
2. INTRODUCTION: An introduction to the subject area including indexing 
keywords 
3. OBJECTIVES: Overall objectives and mission 
4. AUDIENCE: Projected audience 
5. CONTRIBUTION AND SCHOLARLY VALUE: Novel input to the topic field 
6. RELATIONSHIP TO SERIES COVERAGE:  How your proposal applies to series 
content area. 
7. PUBLICATIONS: Existing publications (competitors) and those publicationsí» 
advantages and disadvantages 
8. CONTENTS: Tentative table of contents 
9. TIMETABLE: Tentative timetable for the entire project 
10. CONTACT INFORMATION: Mailing address, phone, fax and e-mail of editor
(s) 
11. CURRICULUM VITAE: A copy of your CV listing your education and 
publication records 
12. TOPICS:  10-15 topics under which this publication could be indexed 

In Lee, Ph.D.
Editor-in-Chief, Advances in E-Business Research (AEBR) Book Series
http://www.igi-pub.com/bookseries/details.asp?id=9
Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of E-Business Research (IJEBR)
http://www.igi-pub.com/journals/details.asp?id=4294
E-mail: [log in to unmask]

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