E-Business and E-Government

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Auctions and interactive pricing
Artificial intelligence, blockchain and robotics-induced business and government transformation
Big data analytics in e-business and e-government
Digital entrepreneurship in e-business and e-commerce and e-policy entrepreneurs in government
Digital infrastructure in e-business, e-commerce and e-government
E-business, and e-government in emerging economies
E-government policies and strategies
E-government, institutional and social transformations
FinTech (Financial Technology) in e-business
ICT enable co-production in the public and private sector
IOT (Internet of Things) in e-business and e-government
IT strategy and risks in managing e-business and e-government
Mobile commerce, mobile marketing and location-based services
New business models in e-business, mobile and service innovation
Online Radicalisation and misuse of social media
Policy, trading and social media platforms
Public sector ICT enable reforms (e-justice, e-procurement; e-petitioning, etc.)
Smart-cities and smart-government
Seller Opportunism in e-business and e-commerce
Social media, participation, reputation and social commerce
Social, economic, psychological, cultural, political, and legal analysis of e- business and e-government
Sustainable e-business practices and strategies

Track Co-Chairs:

Sumeet Gupta, Associate Professor, Indian Institute of Management Raipur
Yang Xue, Associate Professor, Nanjing University, China
Ling Zhao, Associate Professor, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China