Ebusiness@Newcastle News in RSS Ebusiness@Newcastle News in RSS | Return to main news page


CfP: BAM 2008 Annual Conference



British Academy of Management Annual Conference (BAM2008)
Majestic Hotel, Harrogate, UK
9-11 September 2008

Track Chairs:

Professor Feng Li (Feng.li@ncl.ac.uk)
Dr Savvas Papagiannidis (Savvas.papagiannidis@ncl.ac.uk)
Newcastle University Business School

The E-Business & E-Government Track at BAM2008 provides a lively and friendly forum for academics, practitioners and policy makers, at all levels and stages of their careers, from different parts of the world, to present and discuss their latest findings in E-Business and E-Government/E-Public services, and the underlying technologies, infrastructure and services to support these applications.  Areas of particular interests include but are not limited to:

  • E-Business, incorporating E-Commerce, E-Marketing and M-Commerce
  • E-Government & E-Public Services, including E-Health and E-Learning;
  • E-Systems, including technologies, infrastructures and services,
  • Emerging opportunities and challenges (e.g. RFID, MMORPGs)


Both empirically and conceptually based papers are welcome.  Contributions can be in the form of full papers, developmental papers (roundtables), and symposium (Workshops or Panel Discussions).  Selected papers will be published in a journal special issue and possibly also in an edited book, as we have successfully done in the past five years (6 journal special issues and one edited book).  A Best Paper Prize will be awarded to one lucky winner.  Further details about paper submissions are available at http://bam.ac.uk/conference2008/

All participants are also actively encouraged to be involved in the activities of the BAM E-Business and E-Government Special Interest Group (SIG).  Between the annual conferences, this SIG organises regular research workshops and other events.  Please email Professor Feng Li at Feng.li@ncl.ac.uk if you are interested in joining the group.

Important Dates:

  • 29 February - deadline for ALL submissions
  • 4 March to 31 March - refereeing period
  • 18 April - deadline by which authors receive decisions
  • 30 May - deadline for revisions to FULL accepted papers
  • 18 July - papers and draft Track schedules available online
  • 31 July - papers withdrawn