[AISWorld] CFP--dg.o 2015 Digital Government and Wicked Problems: Climate Change, Urbanization, and Inequality

Jing Zhang JIZhang at clarku.edu
Mon Oct 20 22:28:43 EDT 2014

(Apologies for cross-posts)

Call for Papers

16th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research
Digital Government and Wicked Problems:
Climate Change, Urbanization, and Inequality

May 27-30, 2015
School of Public Affairs<http://spa.asu.edu/>, Arizona State University<http://www.asu.edu/>
Phoenix, Arizona, USA

Visit the dgo.2015 website: http://dgo2015.dgsociety.org/

Key Deadlines - 2015
January 15 - Papers, workshops, tutorials, and panel proposals due
March 1 - Application deadline for doctoral colloquium
March 1 - Paper, workshop, tutorial, and panel proposal notifications
March 15 - Posters and demo proposals due
March 15 - Revise and resubmit due
April 1 - Acceptance notifications
April 5 - Camera-ready manuscripts due
April 15 - Early Registration closes!

Track Themes (click here for more details<http://dgo2015.dgsociety.org/call-for-papers>)
Track 1. Social Media and Government
Track 2. Organizational Factors, Adoption Issues and Digital Government Impacts
Track 3. Open Government, Open data, and Collaboration
Track 4. Smart Cities, Smart Citizens and Smart Government
Track 5. Digital Government and (In)Equality
Track 6. Technology, Governance, and Solutions to Natural and Manmade Crisis
Track 7. Emerging Topics

Submission Types and Formats (click here for more details<http://dgo2015.dgsociety.org/submission-information>)
Research papers (maximum 10 pages) - Blind review
Management, Case Study, or Policy papers (maximum 6 pages)
Panel descriptions (maximum 4 pages)
Posters (maximum 2 pages)
System demonstrations (maximum 2 pages)
Pre-Conference tutorial proposals (maximum 2 pages)
Pre-Conference workshop proposals (maximum 2 pages)
Doctoral colloquium application (maximum 10 pages)

* Proceedings included in the ACM digital library
** Selected Papers may be published in special issues of Government Information Quarterly<http://www.journals.elsevier.com/government-information-quarterly/>, Information Polity<http://www.iospress.nl/journal/information-polity/>, International Journal of E-Planning Research<http://www.igi-global.com/journal/international-journal-planning-research-ijepr/44994>

Jing Zhang, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Management Information Systems
Graduate School of Management
Clark University
950 Main Street, Worcester, MA 01610
Tel: (508)793-7102
Fax: (508)793-8822

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