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ECIS 2009

The conference will be jointly organised by the Department of Business and Economics at University of Verona and the Information Systems and Innovation Group of the Department of Management of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

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Jun 08, 2009 08:15 AM to
Jun 10, 2009 05:15 PM


Verona, Italy.

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The universal diffusion of Information and Communication Technologies is creating a fragmented knowledge frontier of the emerging challenges associated with the adoption of technologies at the local and global level. This frontier cuts across the organizations, states and communities that define the new laboratory for critical research on the dynamics of information systems in a globalised world, raising ethical and practical concerns at different levels of analysis. The aim of ECIS 2009 is to cultivate this new laboratory by calling for original, unpublished research and research-in-progress papers, teaching cases and panel proposals in all areas of information systems research.

Important Dates:

Papers submission deadline: 15 November 2008

Panels Submission deadline: End of January

Notification of acceptance: Early March 2009

Submission of final version: 31 March 2009

Conference: 8-10 June 2009 (Monday - Wednesday)

Submission Guidelines

There will be no specialist tracks in ECIS 2009 with the only differentiation being between full research papers and research-in-progress papers. The management of the reviews for each paper will be handled by an Associate Editor, who will advise the research / research-in-progress chairs as to the suitability of the paper following the review process.

Research and research-in-progress papers:

Papers for ECIS cover all aspects of information systems, broadly defined, and may take the form of completed research papers and research-in-progress papers. Research papers should document established results and be presented to the highest academic standards. Research-in-progress papers may address issues still under development. However, academic rigour is still expected.

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