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Call for Papers: International Journal of Intercultural Information Management Journal

Posted By Nicole Zefran, Monday, May 06, 2013

Nicole ZefranOne of our member schools, IMT Ghaziabad, is calling for papers for their International Journal of Intercultural Information Management (IJIIM). IJIIM is a fully referred journal which publishes papers analyzing all aspects of international and intercultural issues with regard to information management. IJIIM welcomes all scholastic researches addressing how international or intercultural questions can produce information systems/information technology (IS/IT) related problems, which may involve changing management concepts, modeling, methodologies, and business process engineering/re-engineering as well as ethical and security concerns.

For decades, our cultural background, ethical stance and national considerations such as law, currency, management philosophy, security concerns, etc., affect the way we use information systems. At the same time, the use of information systems/information technology (IS/IT) changes the way we interact, do business and communicate changes which in turn may impact businesses with different cultural backgrounds in significantly different ways. Because of cultural and national differences, an information system that works perfectly in one place may not work at all in another, or identical systems may find completely different uses in different cultures.

Papers are solicited that address these issues from an empirical and/or conceptual point of view. The topics of interest to IJIIM include but not limit to:

  • Case studies of issues in different countries
  • The influence of national/corporate culture
  • Role/comparison of theories, criteria/determinants
  • Intercultural/international moralities/codes of ethics
  • Culturally divergent perceptions (ethics/privacy/security/laws)
  • Risk/project management, systems design/development
  • Changing philosophy due to cultural variation, HR practices
  • E-commerce design/development/ management
  • Supply chain/customer relationship management
  • Intercultural decision support systems
  • Business intelligence and knowledge management
  • Business process engineering/reengineering
  • Software and data engineering
  • Quality issues
  • Education/training, collaborations and partnerships, innovation

Submission for Papers:

Papers, case studies, etc. in the areas covered by IJIIM are invited for submission. Authors may wish to send an abstract of proposed papers in advance. Notes for intending authors can be found at:https://www.inderscience.com/papers

All papers must be submitted online.

Authors of accepted papers will receive a PDF file of their published paper. Hard copies of journal issues may be purchased at a special price for authors fromsubs@inderscience.com

All editorial correspondence (but not subscription orders) should be addressed to:

Professor Jayanthi Ranjan
Chairperson, International Relations
Institute of Management Technology (IMT)

Raj Nagar, Ghaziabad 201 001, India

Email:jranjan@imt.edu

Neither the editor nor the publisher can accept responsibility for opinions expressed in the International Journal of Intercultural Information Managementnor in any of its special publications.


Subscription orders:

IJIIM is published in four issues per volume. A Subscription Order Form is provided in
this issue.

Payment with order should be made to:

Inderscience Enterprises Ltd. (Order Dept.),
World Trade Centre Building II,
29 Route de Pre-Bois, Case Postale 856,
CH-1215 Genève 15, Switzerland.

You may also FAX to:
(UK) +44 1234 240 515
or Email to subs@inderscience.com

Electronic PDF files:

IJIIM papers are available to download from website:www.inderscience.com 

Online payment by credit card.


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Nicole Zefran is the Communications Intern at the Global Business School Network.


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