A special issue of International Journal of Chinese Culture and Management
In order to strengthen high-level dialogue about the information society between China and the EU, the EU-China Information Society project has been launched as part of the EU technical assistance programme in China, to promote economic and social reform through informatisation.
With this aim, the EU designed a regulatory framework by introducing best practises from the EU; the project supports the Chinese Government in enacting and implementing essential laws, regulations and policies to improve the legal and regulatory environment for e-commerce, e-government and convergence. Specific topics cover telecommunications policy, access to government information, data protection, online copyright, electronic signature, electronic contracts, information security and online arbitration.
This Special Issue aims to offer readers the state of the art in terms of synergies and cooperation on the information society in China and EU.
Topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Access to government information
- Data protection
- Electronic signature
- Information security
- Online arbitration
- Online copyright
- IT innovation
- Managing service Innovation
- Telecommunications policy
1-2 Page Abstract: 30 April 2007
Submission of Manuscripts: 15 October 2007
Notification to Authors: 15 November 2007
Final Versions Due: 10 December 2007