27 February 2007

Call for papers: Globalisation and Information Technology Management - Emerging Markets, New Channels, Emerging Management and Technology Approaches

Call for papers: Globalisation and Information Technology Management - Emerging Markets, New Channels, Emerging Management and Technology Approaches

A special issue of the International Journal of Technology Management.

In a world where:
  • traditional business practices are being reconsidered
  • local boundaries abolished
  • economic activity performed in a global context
  • new areas of economic development recognised as the key enablers of wealth and income production
  • the quest for collaboration and exploitation of synergies recognised as an information technology primer
This special issue brings together academics, researchers, entrepreneurs, policy makers and government officers aiming to contribute to the debate on the role of IT towards globalisation and sustainable development.
With a focus on local and global challenges, business opportunities and societal needs, the special issue promotes a scientific debate for international collaboration, peace and understanding based on sustainable development.

The main themes covered in this special issue include, but are not limited to:
  • Global business and IT
  • Global content and knowledge repositories
  • Distributed global information systems
  • IT for global economic, cultural collaboration
  • IT for sustainable development
  • Outsourcing
  • Global schemes for knowledge dissemination
  • Open knowledge initiatives
  • Collaborative global information sharing systems
  • Social networks and global IT enabled infrastructures
  • Regional studies: e.g. China, Arab World, Africa, India, North and South America etc.
  • IT for humanistic visions
  • Benchmarking reports
  • Joint ventures and IT
  • IT scientific parks
Important Dates

Submission of manuscripts: 30 April 2007
Notification to authors: 30 May 2007
Final versions due: 15 July 2007

1 comment:

sushilsingh said...

Dear,Friend
Globalization will hit virtually all large corporate IT departments within the next year.One of the most significant business trends during

the 1990s has been the sharp increase in global business activity and, despite recent economic turmoil in Asia and Latin America,

there is no sign that this growth will abate.
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