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BAM & UKAIS Joint Doctoral Workshop -01/12/2016
In collaboration with BAM and UKAIS, the Centre for Digital Business at Salford Business School welcomes doctoral candidates & early career scholars to share their research on the theme of ‘what are the consequences of disruptive technologies on business and society’. The key philosophy behind our workshop theme is to provide a supportive and friendly environment for established BAM and IS scholars to network and to invite early career scholars of the E-Business and E-Government community to contribute their voices on how research on digital business delivers both societal and academic impact.

Technology and Consumer Behaviour -20/05/2016
The Marketing and Retail and the e-Business & e-Government Special Interest Groups of the British Academy of Management and the Marketing and Communications Group (MARCOMMS) of the School of Business and Management at Queen Mary University of London are organising a one-day joined workshop on "Technology and Consumer Behaviour" on Friday the 20th of May 2016 at the School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London.

Doctoral Symposium in QMUL-18/05/2016
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.

Doctoral workshop in the University of East Anglia-28/01/2016
The aim of the workshop 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.

BAM & UKAIS Joint Doctoral Workshop -03/12/2015
The aim of the workshop 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.

Doctoral workshop in Bradford University -09/07/2015
The aim of the workshop 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.

Doctoral workshop in Glasgow Caledonian-28/05/2015
The aim of the workshop 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.

Doctoral workshop in the University of Sussex-05/02/2015
The aim of the workshop 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.

Doctoral workshop in Newcastle University-20/11/2014
The aim of the workshop 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

BAM Ebusiness and Egovernment Workshops-20/09/2014
We are pleased to announce that we will be organising 5 doctoral and early career researcher workshops on Ebusiness and Egovernment.

BAM Doctoral Workshop-12/06/2014
The aim of the workshop is to provide a platform for doctoral students to present their work in progress, receive constructive feedback from experienced academics, and to network with fellow research colleagues.

Digital Debate: Bridging digital and material in cultural heritage settings-03/06/2014
In this talk, current developments of the DIY approach to cultural heritage technologies will be presented and discussed, as well as some open questions regarding the new challenges surrounding ownership, control and community participation in heritage DIY initiatives.

BAM Workshop: Social media perspectives in business and government-31/03/2014
We are pleased to announce the next Ebusiness and Egovernment SIG workshop.

Digital Debate: Omni-channel: debating the future of retailing-11/02/2014
The Business School is delighted to announce the first free to attend Digital Debate of the year presented by two leading experts in the e-retailing and supply chain environment.

BAM2014 Conference-10/01/2014
Paper Submission for the BAM2014 Conference has now officially opened!

Digital Debate: Digital innovation in turbulent times-03/03/2013
The BAM e-Business & e-Government SIG would like to invite academics and practitioners to participate in an interactive workshop hosted by Newcastle University Business School.

Digital Debate: Future of Mobile-21/01/2013
A panel of industry experts will look to the year ahead and give their opinion on what is in store for mobile apps, games and web.

BAM2013 Paper Submission Opens-15/01/2013
The deadline to submit to the conference is midnight on Tuesday 26th February 2013.

Social Media: A revolution in communication-01/05/2012
Calls for papers for special issue organised in Technological Forecasting and Social Change.

New L/SL posts in Ebusiness-08/02/2012
We are looking to recruit a new member of staff in the area of Ebusiness.

British Academy of Management Conference Call for Papers-24/01/2012
The paper submission for BAM2012, the 26th Annual Conference of the British Academy of Management, is now open.

Happy new year!-01/01/2012
All the best for a prosperous 2012!

Research Assistant/Associate-16/04/2011
We wish to appoint a Research Assistant/Associate to contribute to our new £2 million TSB/ESRC project on Sustainable business models for Assisted Living Technologies and services in the digital economy (SALT).

Event: The software platforms: When the open source business makes economic sense.-08/03/2011
Guest speaker is David Schlesinger who has vast business and engineering experience from companies like Apple, Palm and Access.

Newcastle University to spearhead care study-14/02/2011
Newcastle University's Business School has been selected to lead a £2m groundbreaking study into health and social care provision for the UK's ageing population.

Research Associate Post-11/02/2011
We wish to appoint a Research Associate to contribute to the Business Perspective of our £12.6million RCUK funded Research Hub for 'Inclusion through the Digital Economy'.

25th Annual Conference of the British Academy of Management-31/01/2011
Call for papers and paper submission information.

Side Workshop-15/10/2010
The SiDE workshop which took place in the Culture Lab, Newcastle University, on the 4th and 5th of October 2010, brought together the research teams of Newcastle University and Dundee University and they presented their work on SiDE.

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer posts in Ebusiness, Strategy or Operations - Deadline 29th October-26/09/2010
Newcastle University is continuing its substantial investment in the Business School to further enhance its teaching, research and programme development expertise. We now seek two additional academic staff to join our Strategy and Operations subject group.

2 Research associate positions-14/05/2010
We wish to appoint two Research Assistants/Associates to contribute to the Business Perspective of our 12.6million GBP RCUK funded Research Hub for Inclusion through the Digital Economy.

Ebusiness workshop-24/04/2010
The BAM e-Business & e-Government special interest group would like to invite academics and practitioners to participate in an interactive workshop in Newcastle to explore emerging opportunities and challenges in e-Business and e-Government in the new digital economy.

Senior Research Associate/Research Associate-01/01/2010
We wish to appoint a Senior Research Associate, or Research Associate, to contribute to the business perspective of our £12.6 million RCUK funded Research Hub for ‘Inclusion through the Digital Economy’. Closing date: 8 February 2010

Living in Multiple Spaces: Extending our socio-economic environment through virtual worlds-18/09/2009
Paper published in Environment & Planning D: Space and Society

Senior Research Associate-19/07/2009
Newcastle University's Business School wish to appoint a Senior Research Associate to contribute to the business theme of our £12.6million RCUK funded Research Hub for Inclusion through the Digital Economy.

Research Associate-19/07/2009
Newcastle University's Business School wish to appoint a full time Research Associate to contribute to the business theme of the £12million RCUK funded Research Hub for Inclusion through the Digital Economy.

Engaging with Britain's talent-18/07/2009
ESRC's Business Engagement Opportunities Scheme supports Central Government initiatives developed to position the UK as an economy able to deliver unique value in global business markets. A team from the University of Newcastle focused on creative industries. Along with other relevant contacts, they collaborated with a business partner – the Northern Cultural Skills Partnership (NCSP), which supports more than 2,000 practitioners and companies in the cultural sector of the North East of England.

Special Issue on E-business Usability-09/02/2009
The objective of the special issue is to provide an open and constructive discussion forum of important HCI research issues related to the history, reference disciplines, theories, practice, methodologies, techniques, new development, and applications of the ways humans interact with information communication technologies, especially in the business, managerial, organizational, social and/or cultural contexts.

Research survey confirms world class status-18/12/2008
Newcastle University has reaffirmed its position as one of the UK's top 20 research institutions, with the publication of the UK's official survey of research quality, the Research Assessment Exercise 2008.

CfP: BAM 2009 Annual Conference-12/12/2008
The e-Business & e-Government Track at BAM2009 will provide a lively and friendly forum for academics, practitioners and policy makers to present and discuss their latest thinking in e-Business, e-Government and information systems.

EURAM09-20/09/2008
Call for Papers for the track: 'From Supply Chain Management to Value Network'

BAM Conference-17/09/2008
The ebusiness and egovernment track saw many interesting papers presented during the British Academy of Management 2008 conference held in Harrowgate.

Developing Sustainable Business Models in the Creative and Cultural Sectors-17/09/2008
This is the final workshop in a series of three which have informed our investigations and we are excited at the opportunity to provide you with our final results.

Academic Rankings-05/09/2008
The academic ranking application provides an easy way to evaluate one's business and management research output based on various published journal rankings.

Research Assistant in e-Business-25/04/2008
Attached to Newcastle University Business School and the School of Computing Science, you will join a multi-disciplinary team to work on an EPSRC funded project on 'Economics-Inspired Instant Trust Mechanisms for the Service Provision Industry'.

Summary of BAM SIG Workshop-08/02/2008
This successful workshop, organised by the e-Business & e-Government Special Interest Group of the British Academy of Management was hosted by Glasgow Caledonian University and BAM on 24th and 25th January 2008.

Joint session: E-Business and the Cultural and Creative Industries.-07/02/2008
The Cultural and Creative Industries track and E-Business and E-Government  Special Interest Group of the British Academy of Management invite papers for a special session to examine  E-Business in the Cultural and Creative Industries.

Electronic Commerce Research: Special Issue Call-29/01/2008
The call for papers for the special issue on Metaverses.

The rise of metaverses-02/12/2007
Metaverses are not games. They are extensions of our physical universe, to which they add new dimensions for economic, social and leisure activities to take place.

CfP: BAM 2008 Annual Conference-22/11/2007
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.

BAM SIG Workshop-14/11/2007
Following the successful workshops at Newcastle and Brunel in 2006 and 2007, the BAM e-Business & e-Government special interest group would like to invite academics and practitioners to participate in another interactive workshop in Glasgow to explore emerging opportunities and challenges in e-Business.

Lecturer in Management-03/07/2007
Newcastle University is continuing its substantial investment in its Business School to further enhance its expertise in teaching, research and programme management. As part of this process we wish to appoint a Temporary Lecturer in Management to provide teaching and course management input to relevant Degree programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Director of Engagement-04/06/2007
Professor Feng Li has been appointed as the Director of Engagement to manage the Business School's interface with the Newcastle Science City Initiative.

Special Issue-14/05/2007
This special issue follows the e-Business & e-Government Special Interest Group of the British Academy of Management (BAM) that took place at Brunel University Business School on the 3rd-4th May 2007.?

Summary of workshop-10/05/2007
The e-Business & e-Government Special Interest Group of the British Academy of Management (BAM) successfully organised a new workshop at Brunel University Business School on the 3rd-4th May 2007.?

Ebusiness Island Second Life Competition-01/05/2007
Do you have what it takes to stand out from the crowd when it comes to designing and scripting in Second Life? If yes, then prove it by entering the Ebusiness Island Second Life Competition.

Michael Porter, Charles Handy and Other Important Matters in Business Management-01/03/2007
An article written by Professor Feng Li for the Newcastle University Business School Magazine.

Exploring e-Business with the Executive MBAs-12/02/2007
Professor Feng Li has just delivered his module on 'Exploring e-Business' to the Executive MBAs at Newcastle University Business School this year.

Ebusiness Event-01/02/2007
e-Government British Academy of Management Special Interest Group (SIG) Workshop

Event-30/01/2007
Institutional assessment: Policy and practice

This is the toon!-24/11/2006
Watch our first clip on YouTube!

New Frontiers: Report-21/11/2006
The workshop clearly demonstrated that e-Business and e-Government is still an exciting and rapidly evolving area, and numerous opportunities and challenges in this area remain unresolved.?

Special Issue on E-retailing and E-shopping-13/11/2006

HaSS Teaching Fellowship Event-09/11/2006
During the event participants would have the opportunity to discuss institutional assessment policies and their practicalities, and use an analysis system that can help form such policies.

New Frontiers in Ebusiness, Egovernment and Elearning-26/09/2006
The e-Business & e-Government SIG would like to invite academics and practitioners to participate in an interactive workshop at Newcastle to explore new frontiers in e-Business, e-Government and e-Learning.

IRMA International Conference-07/07/2006

Call for Papers-03/06/2006
Special Issue: Redefining marketing in an information technology-driven economy.

Lecturership-25/05/2006
Applications are invited for a lecturer post in Newcastle University Business School in Management.

What is ebusiness?-10/05/2006
The new book by Prof Feng Li is now available for download.

DotEbusiness.com-09/05/2006
This website is dedicated to the identification, analysis, illustration and assessment of truly innovative e-Businesses in different sectors and countries.

Seminar-09/03/2006
Paul Say the Head of E-Marketing in the UK for HSBC will give at a talk at NUBS.

Dot-com ver.2-02/03/2006
Prof Li is interviewed by BBC.

Research Associate Post-24/02/2006
SBI and the Business School require a Post-Doctoral RA to assist with various E-Business related activities.

A day of E-nvigorating debate-01/02/2006
The NEDTN workshop provided the opportunity for postgraduate research students from different universities, working in the areas of E-business, E-government and information systems, to present and defend their research.

What is Ebusiness?-19/01/2006
What is e-Business: How the Internet Transforms Organizations provides a thorough, reflective introduction to business strategies and organisational innovations for the Internet world.

Call for papers-10/01/2006
Call for papers for the BAM2006: E-Business and E-Goverment Track

NEDTN Postgraduate Research Workshop-15/12/2005
The workshop will provide the opportunity for research students to present their research, share ideas and experience, and explore practical issues involved in undertaking research.

KTP project-15/09/2005
Peacocks Medical Group Limited and academics from the Business School of the University of Newcastle have teamed up for a KTP project.

Skillsbrokerage.net-02/08/2005
The skills brokerage business model aims to facilitate business start-ups and enhance their chance of survival in the context of the networked economy.

Call for articles-28/07/2005
Professor Feng Li will be editing a new book: Social Implications and Challenges of E-Business. The book will provide a systematic examination of the social implications and challenges of E-Business.

Celebrating enterprise-18/05/2005

Call for Papers: Making sense of the 'E' Phenomenon-24/02/2005
Prof. Feng Li will be the editor of special issue of \'International Journal of Information Technology and Management\'.

4th European Conference on e-learning (ECEL 2005): Call for papers closing date for abstracts 8 June 2005-14/02/2005
Submissions of papers are invited on both the theory and practice of all aspects of web-enabled technology in learning and teaching.

Event: Convenor, DigiPlay 5-24/01/2005
Business Models, User Experiences and Public Interest

Master Ebusiness & Information Systems-02/12/2004
From September 2005 we offer the Masters Degree in E-Business and Information Systems, subject to University\'s approval.

BAM 2005: Call for papers-27/09/2004
The E-Business & E-Government Track at BAM2005 provides a forum for academics, practitioners and policy makers to present and discuss their latest findings and the underlying technologies and infrastructure to support these applications.

e-Business Students win entrepreneurial awards-01/05/2004
Third-year management students attending the eBusiness module won a number of awards at an event held at St James Park.

Call for papers-16/02/2004
BAM2004 CFP - E-Business and Technology Management Track

Appointment-30/01/2004
Professor Feng Li appointed Chair for BAM E-Business SIG.