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Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 1 December 2007
E-Business and E-Government Applications Track of the
2008 International Conference on Information Resources Management (Conf-
IRM)

May 18-20, 2008
Sheraton Fallsview Hotel & Conference Center
Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
www.sprott.carleton.ca/conf-irm

Track Co-Chairs:
Dr. Mila Gascó [log in to unmask]
Dr. In Lee [log in to unmask]

Conf-IRM2008 submission system is NOW OPEN to 
receive submissions: http://edas.info/ 
  
Details on: 
-Call for papers is at http://www.sprott.carleton.ca/conf-irm/CFP2008.pdf 
-Paper submission guidelines is at 
http://www.sprott.carleton.ca/conf-irm/cfp/Conf-
IRM_2008_Paper_Submission_Instructions.pdf 

TRACK COVERAGE
The E-Business and E-Government Applications track provides a forum for 
academics, practitioners and policy makers to present and discuss their latest 
findings in e-business and e-government as well as in the underlying 
technologies and infrastructure that support these applications. Three specific 
fields will be approached: 1) e-business which will incorporate e-commerce, m-
commerce, and e-marketing, 2) e-government and e-public services with 
special emphasis on e-health, e-participation, and e-learning, and 3) other 
associated emerging topics. Both empirically and conceptually based papers 
are welcome. 

RECOMMENDED TOPICS
The E-Business and E-Government Applications track encourages the 
submission of research papers, research-in-progress papers, and panel and 
workshop proposals in the following areas (but not limited to):
 
* Defining and measuring e-business and e-commerce
* Conceptual frameworks for e-business and e-commerce
* Emerging e-business strategies and business models
* Organizational transformations associated with e-business/e-government
* The impact of e-business on business performance
* Emerging trends in e-marketing
* CRM and e-commerce
* Differences between e-business and e-government
* Measuring e-government: Inputs, throughputs, outputs and outcomes
* Implementing e-government: From theory to practice
* E-participation and e-democracy
* ICTs and public policies: e-health and e-learning
* The management of e-business/e-government projects
* Security and privacy issues in e-business/e-government
* The future of e-business/e-government: Emerging technologies and 
infrastructure
* The use of the electronic signature by businesses and governments
* Interoperability
* Other e-business/e-government applications: CRM, ERP, MIS, GIS,…
 
Submission Types and Guidelines 

All papers for Conf-IRM2008 must be submitted electronically through the 
EDAS Conference Management System at http://edas.info/

Full Length Submissions 
Submissions of no more than 5000 words, including references, appendices and 
title page, with a maximum of 5 figures/tables). Submissions have to be 
original, and previously unpublished, conceptual or empirical research 
manuscript for review. All accepted papers will be published in the conference 
proceedings in their entirety. Highly rated papers by the reviewers will be 
considered for publications in selected Journals. Moreover, the best paper in 
terms of quality and suitability to the theme of the conference will be awarded 
the "Best Paper" Award during the conference. 

Research-in-Progress Submissions 
Submissions of no more than 2000 words with a maximum of 3 figures/tables. 
All research-in-progress submissions will be published in the proceedings as 
short papers 

Developmental Workshops and Panel Submissions 
Submissions of not more than 1000 words. Proposals should include the 
objectives, issues to be covered and full details of all presenters. Half day 
developmental workshops are particularly welcomed. Workshop topics include 
but not limited to: theory building, research method & methodology, reviewing 
& publishing process, teaching & learning and the academic career. Method of 
presentation is at the submitter's discretion; however, the submitter has the 
responsibility for providing his/her own panel members. All accepted proposals 
will appear in the conference proceedings (Please note that all panelists must 
register for the conference). 

Important Information
- The number of submissions by an author (including joint authorship) is 
strictly limited to a maximum of two submissions.
- Authors of accepted papers (at least one person per submission) and all 
panel members MUST register and attend the conference.

Important Dates
Submission date: 1 December 2007
Notification of Acceptance/Rejection: 1 February 2008
Final Submission and Early Registration due date: 14 March 2008

Send all Conf-IRM 2008 Enquiries to:
Lech Janczewski [log in to unmask] or 
Jairo Gutierrez [log in to unmask]

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