[AISWorld] HICSS-49 EGOV Track –– First Call for Papers
Hans J. Scholl
jscholl at uw.edu
Wed Apr 15 01:37:30 EDT 2015
First Call for Papers
Electronic Government Track at HICSS-49<http://faculty.washington.edu/jscholl/hicss49/Welcome.html>
+++ Conference Location: Grand Hyatt, Kauai, HI, USA +++
+++ Conference Dates: January 5 to 8, 2016 +++
+++ Paper Submission Deadline: June 15, 2015 (non-negotiable) +++
The HICSS e-Government track has been a hotbed for groundbreaking studies and new ideas in this particular research domain. Many studies first presented here were developed further and then turned into publications at top journals. Eleven minitracks cover the full spectrum of research avenues of electronic government including minitracks dedicated to emerging topics, open government, and social media and social networking, or most recently, insider threats.
The HICSS e-Government Track has assumed an excellent reputation among e-Government scholars. In a recent study it has been ranked the academically most rigorous and most valuable research conference on e-Government in the world. At HICSS-48, the E-Government Track had one of the lowest acceptance rates of all HICSS tracks and the highest average per-session attendance.
See the short history of the EGOV Track at HICSS<http://faculty.washington.edu/jscholl/hicss_history.html#>.
Thirteen minitracks will be conducted at the HICSS-49 EGOV Track:
(01) Big, Open, Linked Data (BOLD)<http://faculty.washington.edu/jscholl/hicss49/BOLD.php> (Janssen, Charalabidis, & Krcmar)
(02) Cybersecurity<http://faculty.washington.edu/jscholl/hicss49/cybersecurity.php> (Conklin, Vaughn Jr., & White)
(03) E-Justice and E-Law<http://faculty.washington.edu/jscholl/hicss49/e-justice.php> (Jiménez, Kesan, & Gascó)
(04) Emerging Topics in Electronic Government<http://faculty.washington.edu/jscholl/hicss49/emerging-topics.php> (Schuppan, Pardo, & Wihlborg)
(05) Information and Communication Technologies for Development (ICTD)<http://faculty.washington.edu/jscholl/hicss49/technologies-for-development.php> (Sæbø, Gomez, & Peled)
(06) Inside the Insider Threat<http://faculty.washington.edu/jscholl/hicss49/insider-threats.php> (Bishop, Nance, & Claycomb)
(07) Open, Participatory, and Anticipatory Government<http://faculty.washington.edu/jscholl/hicss49/open-government.php> (Cochran, Bertot, & Robertson)
(08) Policies and Strategies for Digital Government<http://faculty.washington.edu/jscholl/hicss49/policies-and-strategies.php> (Parycek, Bannister, & Cordella)
(09) Resilience Against Crises and Disasters<http://faculty.washington.edu/jscholl/hicss49/resilience-against-crises.php> (Gonzalez, Spiro, & Negre)
(10) S<http://faculty.washington.edu/jscholl/hicss49/insider-threats.php>ervices and Information<http://faculty.washington.edu/jscholl/hicss49/services-and-information.php> (Carter, Schaupp, & Moore)
(11) Smart Cities and Smart City Government<http://faculty.washington.edu/jscholl/hicss49/smart-cities.php> (Gascó, Rosenthal-Sabroux, & Negre)
(12) Social Media, Citizen Participation, and Government<http://faculty.washington.edu/jscholl/hicss49/social-media.php> (Sandoval Almazan, M.C. Scholl, & Kavanaugh)
(13) Transformational Government<http://faculty.washington.edu/jscholl/hicss49/transformational-gov.php> (Lips, Flak, & Gil-Garcia)
Please find the detailed descriptions for the various minitracks by following the links provided.
Best wishes and aloha,
Hans Jochen Scholl
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