24 November 2006

Call for papers: Frameworks, Approaches and Methodologies for Enhancing Information Quality


Call for papers: Frameworks, Approaches and Methodologies for Enhancing Information Quality

A special issue of the International Journal of Information Quality (IJIQ)

Important dates:

Due date for proposal submission : 1 February 2007

Acceptance notification : 15 February 2007

Due date for paper submission : 15 June 2007
Guest Editors: Professor Andy Koronios, University of South Australia, Australia and Dr Latif Al-Hakim, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

Information Quality (IQ) is becoming a very active area of research and practice. The awareness of IQ is growing. The organisations have started to realise the importance of IQ, adverse impacts it can have when ignored and long lasting benefits it can provide when managed properly. With this increased awareness of IQ, a plethora of methodologies and frameworks for IQ are emerging. It is thus timely to seek assessment of the state-of-the-art in this area and get directions for further enhancing it.

Recommended general topics include, but are not limited to, the following:

* Research methodology for information quality
* Technical frameworks for information quality projects and programs
* Methodologies and approaches for information quality assessment and measurements
* Information quality systems development
* Information quality and enterprise architecture
* Approaches for data cleansing
* Approaches and methodology for identifying information quality success factors
* Case study approaches and field research in data and information quality
* Framework for information quality in government and corporate governance
* Framework for information quality in risk management and regulatory compliance
* Information quality case studies in any service and manufacturing industries

For more information, please see the Journal Call for Papers website.

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