The Winners


The winning papers and their authors are listed below.

18th Conference (2005) – Chair Doug Vogel, City University of Hong Kong

  • ‘Internet Users’ Privacy Concerns and Attitudes towards Government Surveillance: An Exploratory Study of Cross-Cultural Differences between Italy and the United States’
  • Tamara DINEV (1), Massimo BELLOTTO (2), Paul HART (1), Christian COLAUTTI (3), Vincenzo RUSSO (3) & Ilaria SERRA (1)
  • 1 – Florida Atlantic University, U.S.A.; 2 – University of Verona, Italy; 3 – University IULM, Milano, Italy
  • Available in PDF from the first-named author's web-site

17th Conference (2004) – Chair Yao-Hua Tan, Free University of Amsterdam
  • ‘The Influence of Product Type on Online Trust’
  • Khaled HASSANEIN & Milena HEAD
  • DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University, Canada
  • Revised version published in Int'l J. Electronic Commerce 10, 2 (Winter 2005) as Khaled Hassanein and Milena Head 'The Impact of Infusing Social Presence in the Web Interface: An Investigation Across Product Type'
  • Also available in PDF from the McMaster eBusiness Research Centre (MeRC)

16th Conference (2003) – Chair Rolf T. Wigand, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
  • ‘User Representation in eCommerce and Collaboration Applications’
  • Michael KOCH and Kathrin MÖSLEIN
  • Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Munich, Germany
  • Revised version published in Int'l J. Electronic Commerce 9, 3 (Spring 2005) as Koch M. & Möslein K.M 'Identities Management for E-Commerce and Collaboration Applications'
  • Also Available in PDF from the first-named author's web-site

15th Conference (2002) – Chair Claudia Loebbecke, University of Köln
  • ‘Intranet Boundaries: Social Actors and Systems Integration’
  • Roberta LAMB
  • Uni. of Hawaii, U.S.A.
  • Available in PDF from the author's web-site
  • Revised version published in Int'l J. Electronic Commerce 7, 4 (Summer 2003) as Lamb R. 'Intranet Boundaries as Guidelines for Systems Integration'

14th Conference (2001) – Chair Bob O'Keefe, Brunel University, London
  • ‘ING Group: Coordinating Channels’
  • Tonja van DIEPEN
  • Delft Uni. of Technology, The Netherlands

13th Conference (2000) – Chair Stefan Klein, University of Münster, Germany
  • ‘Understanding the Adoption of ECR: A Broader Perspective’
  • Sherah KURNIA & Robert B. JOHNSTON
  • Monash Uni., Melbourne & Uni. of Melbourne, Australia
  • Available in PDF from the second-named author's web-site
  • Revised version published in J. Strat. Infor. Syst. 9, 4 (December 2000) 295-319 as Kurnia S. & Johnston R.B. 'The need for a processual view of inter-organizational systems adoption'

12th Conference (1999) – Chair Stefan Klein, University of Münster, Germany
  • Mobile Agents on Electronic Markets: Opportunities, Risks and Agent Protectioní
  • Torsten MANDRY, Głnther PERNUL & Alexander W. RÖHM
  • Uni. of Essen, Germany
  • Available in PDF from the second-named author's web-site
  • Revised version published in Int'l J. Electronic Commerce 5, 2 (Winter 2000-2001), as Mandry T., Pernul G. & Röhm A.W. 'Mobile Agents in Electronic Markets: Opportunities, Risks, Agent Protection'
The Outstanding Paper Award
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