[AISWorld] Call for Papers: PACIS 2014 Mobile Business Track

Shang Gao shanggao at idi.ntnu.no
Sun Feb 9 09:25:46 EST 2014

  PACIS 2014 -- Chengdu, China, June 24-28, 2014

  *Conference Track: Mobile Business*

  Submission Deadline: 3rd March 2014


*Track Co-Chairs:*

Shang Gao, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, China (email:
shangkth at gmail.com <mailto:syhung at mis.ccu.edu.tw>)

Craig Claybaugh, Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA
(email: claybaughc at mst.edu <mailto:alex at ou.edu>)

*Track Description:*

Mobile technologies and mobile devices have changed modern business in
the past ten years. Mobile business has become one of the most relevant
issues for many of today's businesses and researchers. Mobility changes
users' daily lives in its private as well as in its professional part.
People use mobile applications at work and at home for various purposes.
The emerging mobile applications are drastically changing the ways
people work, play, and interact with each other.

The purpose of this track is to stimulate a discussion of different
aspects of mobile business.

Possible topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

  * The diffusion, adoption and implementation of mobile applications
  * User driven innovation
  * Public services and mobile business
  * Privacy, security, and trust issues in mobile business
  * Mobile user behavior
  * Theoretical foundations of mobile Business
  * Strategies, policies, and economics of mobile business
  * Social, political, and legal implications of mobile business
  * Mobile business model
  * Enterprise Mobility
  * Mobile business processes
  * Social and cultural aspects of mobile usage
  * Mobile technologies and applications
  * Conceptual frameworks for understanding mobility or mobile use
  * Mobile business in developing countries
  * General issues related to mobile business

*Important Dates:

Submission Deadline: 3rd March 2014
Acceptance Notification: 20th April 2014
Final Version Due: 1st May 2014

Submission Website: *http://www.pacis2014.org/initial.php
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