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British Academy of Management E-business and E-government Special Interest Group

School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London - 18/19 May 2016

The aim of the symposium

In July 2014, on behalf of the British Academy of Management Ebusiness and Egovernment SIG, we applied for SAMS funding to match committed support by 5 Business Schools. Over 18 months we organised 6 doctoral workshops, hosted by Newcastle University, the University of Sussex, Glasgow Caledonian University, the University of Bradford, Northumbria University and the University of East Anglia (Click here for details.).

This symposium closes the series, by bringing together the participants of all previous workshops in a larger 2 day event that has 3 main objectives:

  • have participants present their work and receive feedback on the current stage of their research
  • reflect on the progress achieved since their first presentation
  • offer an opportunity to reconnect with other participants and also meet new colleagues

The aim of the symposium is to provide a platform for doctoral students and early career researchers to present their work, receive constructive feedback from experienced academics, and to network with fellow research colleagues. The workshop will be run in two parallel streams. Each participant will have an hour allocated to present his/her research and engage in in-depth discussion with the facilitators as well as fellow colleagues focusing on participant research related issues. In addition, keynote speeches, before and after each stream, will provide up-to-date perspectives on research, focussing on all stages of the research process including theory development, relevant methodologies and a number of career-related topics.

Registration

There is no fee to attend the event, as this is sponsored by Queen Mary University of London. Still please note that registration is required. It may be possible to attend even if you are not presenting.

Bursaries

A small number of travel bursaries will be alloacated to cover the students' travel expenses on a first come first served basis. Please submit your abstract as soon as possible. To claim a bursary you will need to be a member of the BAM E-business and E-government Special Interest Group.

The BAM E-business and E-government Special Interest Group has made 2 bursaries available.

The UK Academy of Information Systems has made 2 bursaries available.


Keynote speakers

  • Professor Stephan Henneberg, Queen Mary University of London
  • Prof Savvas Papagiannidis, Newcastle University

Facilitators

  • Prof Laurence Brooks, De Montfort University
  • Dr Panos Panagiotopoulos, Queen Mary University of London
  • Dr Danae Manika, Queen Mary University of London
  • Prof Thanos Papadopoulos, University of Kent

Registration

Those who wish to present their work should provide an extended abstract of their talk between 1000-2000 words in which the research topic is discussed and research methodology outlined as soon as possible and before the 4th of April. Places and travel bursaries to cover student travel expenses will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. Abstracts should be emailed to Dr Panos Panagiotopoulos ().


Location: School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London

Programme

18th of May

12.00 – 12.30

Arrival, registration and lunch

12.30 – 14.00

Prof Savvas Papagiannidis: "Applying for your first academic post" & CV Clinic

14.00 – 17.00 (stream 1)

Bakari Ally, De Montfort University: "Perceptions of e-government in developing countries: Characterising and analysing the social gap"

Saif Alkaabi :"Development of an Evaluation Framework of m-Government System Quality: The emirates of Abu Dhabi as a case study"

Syed Tahir Abbas University of Sussex: "IT ambidexterity: Antecedents and performance in new product/service development process"

14.00 – 17.00 (stream 2)

Lauren Thomas, Swansea University: "Comparing the Effects of Marketer and User-Generated Content Upon Customer Equity in a Social Commerce Environment"

Cherniece Plume, Swansea University: "Sharing in the Social Media Environment: The Role of Consumer Self-Construals"

Eleni Dermentzi, Newcastle University: "Academics' Intention to Adopt SNS for Engagement within Academia"

   

18.00 – 20.00

Networking Dinner: Orange Room

 

19th of May

09.00 – 12.00 (stream 1)

Hannah Marriott, Swansea University: "Consumer Acceptance Behaviour in the Mobile Environment"

Kinana Jammoul, Brunel University: "Understanding Users' Trust and the Moderating Influence of Privacy and Security Concerns for Mobile Banking"

Gabriela Morales, Sheffield University: "Online choices: Biased or Unbiased"

09.00 – 12.00 (stream 2)

Annie Lu, Newcastle University: "A Study of the Internet of Things from the Users' Perspective"

Elvira Ismagilova, Swansea University: "Electronic word-of-mouth in the marketing context: Literature review and suggestions for future Research"

Sofia Angelidou, University of Leeds: "The role of management innovation in the shift towards open innovation"

12.00 – 13.15

Professor Stephan Henneberg, Queen Mary University of London: "Joining the 'Masters of the Universe': The World of Consulting after a PhD"

13.15 – 13.30

Closing notes


How to get to Queen Mary University of London