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International Journal of Cases on Electronic Commerce (IJCEC)

International Journal of Cases on Electronic Commerce (IJCEC)

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Published: Quarterly |Established: 2005
ISSN: 1548-0623|EISSN: 1548-0615|DOI: 10.4018/IJCEC
Out of print.
Description & Scope
The International Journal of Cases on Electronic Commerce (IJCEC) is designed to provide actual, real life teaching cases based on individuals, organizational and societal experiences related to the utilization and management of electronic commerce. The cases published in this journal are not... Show More
Mission & Scope:
The International Journal of Cases on Electronic Commerce (IJCEC) is a refereed journal that publishes ACTUAL REAL LIFE CASES (teaching cases) based on individuals, organizational and societal experiences related to the utilization and management of electronic commerce. The cases published in this journal are not limited to only the experiences related to electronic commerce in business settings... Show More

International Journal of Cases on Electronic Commerce (IJCEC) provides insight about issues and challenges related to the overall applications and management aspects of e-commerce, e-government, e-education, e-collaboration and mobile commerce. With ever growing applications of electronic commerce in organizations, one of the most powerful tools in the hands of educators, researchers, and managers is documented case studies on electronic commerce based on experiences of others.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
  • E-collaboration Technologies and Issues
  • E-commerce and Cultural Issues
  • E-commerce and Customer Behavior
  • E-commerce and Customer Relationships
  • E-commerce and Employee Ethical issues
  • E-commerce and Human Resource Management
  • E-commerce and National Work Force
  • E-commerce and Organizational Behavior
  • E-commerce and Organizational Development
  • E-commerce and Organizational Learning
  • E-commerce and Political Issues
  • E-commerce Management and Leadership
  • E-commerce Strategic Management
  • E-commerce Stress and Strain Impacts
  • E-commerce Technologies and the Workplace
  • E-education Technologies and Issues
  • E-government Technologies and Applications
  • E-healthcare Technologies and Management
  • Mobile Commerce Technologies and Applications
  • Virtual Communities
  • Virtual Enterprises
  • Web Commerce Utilization and Management
  • Web Portals Technologies
  • Web Services Technologies
Editorial Board

Editorial Board

  • Mehdi Khosrow-Pour, D.B.A., Information Resources Management Association

    Associate Editors

  • Shirley Becker, Northern Arizona University, USA
  • Stephen Burgess, Victoria University, Australia
  • Subhasish Dasgupta, George Washington University, USA
  • Thomas Jackson, Loughborough University, United Kingdom
  • Ric Jentzsch, University of Canberra, Australia
  • Juergen Seitz, University of Cooperative Education, Germany
  • Sushil Sharma, Ball State University, USA
  • Troy Strader, Drake University, USA
  • Vishanth Weerakkody, Brunel University, United Kingdom

    Editorial Advisory Board

  • Nabeel Al-Qirim, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
  • Karin Axelsson, Linkoping University, Sweden
  • Paul Baker, Georgia Centers for Advanced Telecommunications Technology, USA
  • Erik Beulen, Atos Origin/Tilburg University, The Netherland
  • Abhijit Chaudhury, Bryant College, USA
  • Jason Chen, Gonzaga University, USA
  • Sherry Chen, Brunel University, United Kingdom
  • Zhixiang Chen, University of Texas - Pan American, USA
  • Jonghoon Chun, Myongji University, South Korea
  • Jen-Yao Chung, IBM T.J. Watson Research, USA
  • Irvine Clarke, James Madison University, USA
  • Joan Cooper, Flinders University, Australia
  • Reggie Davidrajuh, Stavanger University, Norway
  • Alea Fairchild, Vesalius College/VUB, Belgium
  • Schubert Foo, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
  • George Giaglis, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece
  • Lee Gilbert, Nanyang Business School, Singapore
  • Willie Golden, NUI Galway, Ireland
  • Pavan Gundepudi, E-Business Strategies, Inc., USA
  • Hanns-Christian Hanebeck, GlobeRanger Corporation, USA
  • Debra Harker, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia
  • Milena Head, McMaster University, Canada
  • Helle Zinner Henriksen, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
  • Wen-Chen Hu, University of North Dakota, USA
  • Patrick Hung, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Australia
  • Mario Jeckle, University of Applied Sciences, Germany
  • Judith Jeffcoate, University of Buckingham, United Kingdom
  • Gordana Jovanovic Dolecek, Institute Inaoe, Mexico
  • Ahmed Kayed, Monash University, Australia
  • David King, University of South Australia, Australia
  • Jerzy Kisielnicki, Warsaw University, Poland
  • James Kwok, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, PR China
  • Feng Li, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
  • Raymond Koon-Ying Li, Monash University, Australia
  • David Lowe, University of Technology, Australia
  • Sunny Marche, Dalhousie University, Canada
  • Alexander Markhasin, Siberian State University of Telecommunications and Information Sciences, Russia
  • Gregoris Mentzas, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
  • Craig Parker, Deakin University, Australia
  • Ada Scupola, Roskilde University, Denmark
  • Nansi Shi, Singapore Pools, Singapore
  • Thomas Stafford, University of Memphis, USA
  • Marco Tagliavini, Cattaneo University, Italy
  • Arthur Tatnall, Victoria University, Australia
  • Helen Thompson, University of Ballarat, Australia
  • Jeanette Van Akkeren, University of Sunshine Coast, Australia
  • Venky Venkatachalam, University of New Hampshire, USA
  • Richard Vidgen, University of Bath, United Kingdom
  • Leo Vijayasarathy, Colorado State University, USA
  • John Wang, Montclair State University, USA
  • Michalis Xenos, Hellenic Open University, Greece
  • Mark Xu, University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom
  • Xinghuo Yu, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia
  • Soe-Tsyr Yuan, National Chengchi University, Taiwan, RO China
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