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17/09/2008

BAM Conference

The ebusiness and egovernment track saw many interesting papers presented during the British Academy of Management 2008 conference held in Harrowgate.

  • Identifying Sustainable Business Models in the Creative Industries by Li, Feng; Netto, Danielly; Berry, Joanna
  • Digital Technology: Some Observations on it impact on the visual arts, main sector and cultural businesses by MoinNamini, Susan; Patel, Nandish V
  • What Purpose E-Business?  An Exploratory Investigation into Emerging Practices of UK independent Television & Film Producers by Nikolychuk, Lynne; Abbott, Pamela
  • A Taxonomy of eBusiness by Beynon-Davies, Paul
  • Space for Change or Changing Spaces: Exploiting Virtual Spaces of Consumption by Laing, Angus; Hogg, Gill; Newholm, Terry
  • Corporate Wikis Supporting Business Partnerships by Barlow, Alexis; Williamson, Elizabeth
  • Use or Misuse: exploring the use of the internet at work for personal activities by Waring, Teresa; Bryans, Patricia
  • Working on the Chain Gang: escaping the prison of supply subservience by Barnes, David; Dyerson, Romano; Harindranath, G
  • An Examination of Candidate Web Sites as a Political Campaigning Tool in the 2007 Greek National Elections by Papagiannidis, Savvas; Coursaris, Constantinos
  • Evaluating monitoring systems in the European Social Fund context: a socio-technical approach by Federico Iannacci; Cornford, Tony
  • E-Services for Older People at Home: OLDES - a Digital Experiment? by McLoughlin, Ian; Maniatopoulos, Greg; Wilson, Rob; Martin, Mike
  • Virtual Communities: A Pathway to Increasing Returns by Patel, C.; Le Bourdonnec, P.
  • A perspective on e-Government feasibility and implementability in developing countries; towards a new theory by Rahimzad, Hossein; Sharifi, Hossein
  • e-Government, Transformation and e-Governance: an analytical review by Tassabehji, Rana
  • Access to Information in the e-Government Context: freedom of information deception or data protection menace? by Batista, Luciano

For more information about the conference please visit the British Academy of Management web site.

British Academy of Management Conference

British Academy of Management Conference

British Academy of Management Conference

British Academy of Management Conference

British Academy of Management Conference