E-Commerce, M-Commerce and Social Networking

This track is concerned with research related to global e-business issues and wishes to explore issues relating to the design, development, use and outcomes of electronic commerce, mobile commerce and social networking, how and why participants are drawn to them, how co-creation and innovation take place. We welcome both theoretical and empirical papers that employ diverse methodologies and philosophical perspectives.

Recommended Topics
This track encourages the submission of research papers, research-in-progress papers, teaching cases, and panel proposals in the following areas (but not limited to):

  • E-business developments
  • 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 global regions
  • Social frameworks for e-business diffusion in global regions
  • User behaviors in global e-business adoption
  • Privacy, security, and trust issues in global e-business
  • Social implications of global e-business
  • Innovation and co-creation activities in e-business
  • communication, and coordination
  • Integration and comparison of on-line and off-line activities
  • Media choice and use in e-business
  • Business models and consumer behavior in online communities
  • Business value of social networks

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