Call for Papers
We would like to invite you to contribute your paper to the new
online academic journal,
Electronic Commerce Research and Applications,
which will be published quarterly by Elsevier
Science from April 2002.
Electronic Commerce Research and Applications aims to create and
disseminate enduring knowledge in the fast-changing e-commerce
environment. A major dilemma in e-commerce research, which this
journal aims to address, is how to achieve a balance between the
currency and the life span of knowledge.
Electronic Commerce Research and Applications will contribute to
the establishment of a research community which will create the
knowledge, technology, theory, and applications for the
development of electronic commerce, at the intersection of
technological potential and business and government aims. The
journal will focus on the evolution of design standards for the
future as well as analysing past experience.
Papers are sought in the following fields (but not exclusively):
Agent-based commerce; electronic auctions; eBusiness models; B2B
EC; eConsumers' behaviour; customer relationship management and
data/web mining; direct marketing; digital economy; eGovernment;
electronic payment systems; eService industries; exchanges and
eMarketplaces; extranet and intranet; international agreements
for global eTrading; enterprise integration between EC and ERP;
collaborative commerce; knowledge management systems; process re-
engineering with EC; eProcurement management systems; protocols
and standards; eTransformation of industry; security and trust;
smart card applications for EC; supply chain management; mobile-
commerce; Intra- and inter-organizational workflow management
systems; XML/EDI; public policy and legal aspects of EC.
Please submit your paper electronically to one of the Editors-in-
Chief, making reference to this Call For Papers:
Andrew B. Whinston (Peer-elected Editor), Hugh Roy Cullen
Centennial Chair Professor and Director of Center for Research
for Electronic Commerce at the University of Texas, Austin, USA.
Jae Kyu Lee (Co-ordinating Editor), Professor of E-Commerce and
MIS at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology,
and Director of International Center for Electronic Commerce.
Jay Nunamaker, Regents Professor and Director of the Center for
Management of Information at the University of Arizona, Tucson,
Soumitra Dutta, The Roland Berger Chaired Professor of E-Business
and Information Technology, and Dean of Technology and eLearning
at INSEAD, France. firstname.lastname@example.org
For instructions to authors, please see the Journal's homepage at
www.elsevier.com/locate/ecra or http://icec.net