The Eighth Wuhan International Conference on e-business (WHICEB2009)
|Event Date/Time: May 30, 2009||End Date/Time: May 31, 2009|
|Registration Date: Mar 15, 2009|
|Paper Submission Date: Jan 05, 2009|
We welcome paper submissions from different aspects of business and from different disciplines. The conference has set up four major tracks for this purpose. We especially welcome research papers with methodology using case study, field study, survey or experiment. Conference proceedings will be listed in the Index to Scientific & Technical ProceedingsÂ® (ISTP) and in the Index to Social Sciences and Humanities ProceedingsÂ® (ISSHP). Selected best papers from the proceeding will be recommended to the following international academic journals/special issues: Journal of Information Technology, International Journal of Mobile Learning and Organization, International Journal of Revenue Management , Chinese Journal of Management, The International Journal Electronic Markets, International Journal of Networking and Virtual Organizations, International Journal of Biomedical Engineering and Technology, Electronic Government: An International Journal, Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research, etc.
There are seven major tracks in this conference. Topics listed below are suggested but not limited to.
E-Business â€“ Topics including e-Business Strategy and Behavioral Issues, e-Business Evaluation, B2B e-Business Impacts, e-Commerce, e-Security, Electronic Marketplace & Economics, Business Value of e-Business, Econometric Models of e-Commerce Development, Global e-Commerce Diffusion, Adoption and Use
Extended Issues in e-Business â€“ Topics including e-Marketing, Mobile business, e-Health, e-Government,
Tourism e-Business, e-Business Policies & Regulations
Information Technology Development â€“ Topics including Technology Transfer & Globalization, Emerging Technology Management, Services computing, Information Security/Privacy, Information Technology & Engineering, Human-Computer Interaction, Decision Technologies, Legal Aspects of IT
Management Information Systems â€“ Topics including Adoption Models, Social and Behavioral Aspects of Information Systems, Web-based Information Systems and Applications, Collaboration Systems and Technology, Cross-Organizational and Cross-Border IS/IT, Knowledge Management, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Business Value of Information Systems, Web-Based Education and Training
Innovation Management â€“ Topics including Entrepreneurship, SMEâ€™s development strategy, Human Resource Management, Strategic Management, Business Process Management, Business Process Re-Engineering, Innovation & Change Management, Environmental Management & IT
Operations & Services Management â€“ Topics including Supply Chain Management, Distribution Logistics,
Inter-Organization Cooperation and Management, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Personalization & Content Management, Quality Management, Project Management, Life Cycle Management, IT in Designing Operations, IT in Managing Operations
International Finance â€“ Topics including Global Investment Banking, National Development Banking, Cross-Border Risk, Emerging Market Risk, Money and Banking, Cost Control and International Economics