List of Accepted Papers


Cases
Chair: Roger Clark

Evolution of Process Portals to Multi-Channel Architectures - A Service-Oriented Approach at ETA CS
Jan W. Schemm
Christine Legner
Institute of Information Management, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland
Rudolf Zurmühlen
ETA SA Manufacture Horlogère Suisse, Switzerland

Exploring the Intricacies of Integrating with a Port Community System
Juan Rodon
ESADE Business School

RFID's Potential in the Fashion Industry: A Case Analysis
Claudia Loebbecke
Department of Media Management, University of Cologne, Germany
Jonathan Palmer
College of William and Mary

An Investigation Of eMarketing Within The Second Hand Book Trade
Anthony Davies
Annabel Lloyd-Jones

Cardiff Business Technology Centre Ltd, Cardiff University, United Kingdom


e- and m-Government
Chair: Dianne Lux Wigand, Professor
University of Arkansas at Little Rock, United States

’What’s in it for me?’: Taking M-government to the People
Jennie Carroll, Senior Lecturer
Department of Information Systems, University of Melbourne, Australia

Vision and Valuation of a Citizen-Centric Information Portal
Wil Janssen, Senior Researcher
Telematica Instituut, The Netherland

eCustoms Innovation and Transformation
Allen Higgins
University College Dublin, Ireland

e-Government
Chair: Andreja Pucihar, Assistant Professor & Head
eMarkets Laboratory, eCenter, Faculty of Organizational Sciences, University of Maribor, Slovenia

Australian local government websites: tracking information provision and e-service maturity
Peter Shackleton
Victoria University Melbourne, Australia
Julie Fisher, Associate Professor
Linda Dawson
Monash University Melbourne, Australia

ICT Spending and Governance in Brazilian Public Administration
Nicolau Reinhard, Professor
University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

eStrategy and ICT investment in Slovenia
Maja Bučar
Metka Stare
Andreja Jaklic
Centre of International Relations, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

SMEs and eBusiness
Chair: Paula M. C. Swatman, Professor
School of Accounting and Information Systems, University of South Australia, Australia

eBusiness Change Management in SMEs: an Initial Investigation
Anthony Davies
Ceri, Satellite Office Manager
Martin Parfett
Andrew Emery
Cardiff University, United Kingdom

The Importance of ICT: An Empirical Study in Swiss SMEs
Uwe Leimstoll, Senior Lecturer
University of Applied Sciences, Northwestern Switzerland

Virtual Communities of Practice among Regional Small Businesses: Formalisation Vs Informal Networks
Cecily Mason
Tanya Castleman, Professor
Craig Parker
Deakin Business School, Deakin University, Australia

eStrategy I
Chair: Yao-Hua Tan, Professor
Free University Amsterdam, The Netherland

A Hybrid Modeling Approach for Strategy Optimization of E-business Values
Chien-Chih Yu
National ChengChi University, Taiwan

Factors Affecting Perceived Impact Of Electronic Marketplaces
Eleftherios Kioses
Katerina Pramatari
Georgios Doukidis, Professor
ELTRUN - Department of Management Science and Technology, Athens University of Economics & Business, Greece

Modeling Pricing for Configuring e-Service Bundles
Benito de Miranda
Ziv Baida, Postdoctoral fellow
Jaap Gordijn
Free University Amsterdam, The Netherland

eStrategy II
Chair: To be announced

Segmentation of B2B customers in the Nordic ICT market
Reetta Räsänen
University of Jyväskylä, Finland

Towards an Excellence Framework for Business Interoperability
Christine Legner
Kristin Wende
Institute of Information Management, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland

E2SP. The Business Case of Environmental Information System in ASP mode
M. Cislaghi
R. Baker
R. Dunar
A. Martignoni

eBusiness Models
Chair: Petra Schubert, Professor and Director
Institute for Business Economics, University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland

A Business Model Research Agenda
Susan Lambert
Flinders University, Australia

E-Book Technology in Libraries: An Overview
Linda Wilkins
Paula M. C. Swatman, Professor
School of Accounting and Information Systems, University of South Australia, South Australia
Elsie S. K. Chan
Australian Catholic University, Australia

Electronic marketplaces eValues: from the electronic marketplace value proposition to the perceived values of their buyer and supplier customers
Carine Dominguez
UFR Sciences Economiques et de Gestion

Mobile Value Services I
Chair: To be announced

An STP-Approach Focused on Customer Preferences for Mobile Business Applications
Bernhard Goldberger
Prolytic & Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, Austria
Gernot Woerther
EC3
Michael Weber
EC3
Michaela Denk, Senior Researcher
EC3 & University of Vienna, Austria

PIM APPLICATIONS - An Explorative Study on Benefits and Barriers
Miira Juntumaa
Virpi Kristiina Tuunainen
Helsinki School of Economic, Finland

Nice Mobile Services do not Fly. Observations of Mobile Services and the Finnish Consumers
Christer Carlsson, Professor
Joanna Carlsson, Professor
Institute for Advanced Management Systems Research, Abo Akademi, Finland
Jussi Puhakainen
Turku School of Economics and Business Administration, Finland
Pirkko Walden, Professor
Institute for Advanced Management Systems Research, Abo Akademi, Finland

Mobile Value Services II
Chair: Christer Carlsson, Professor
Institute for Advanced Management Systems Research, Abo Akademi, Finland

Implementing a mobile wireless environment in a hospital ward: encouraging adoption by nursing staff
Peter Shackleton
Julie Fisher, Associate Professor
Linda Dawson
Monash University Melbourne, Australia

Usage of a Mobile Medical Information System: An Investigation of Physicians in the Military Service
Ville Harkke
Department of Information Technology & IAMSR, Åbo Akademi University, Finland
Mikael Collan
Telecommunication and eBusiness, Turku University of Applied Sciences and IAMSR, Åbo Akademi University, Finland
Franck Tétard
Department of Information Technology & IAMSR, Åbo Akademi University, Finland

Mobile service bundles: the example of navigation services
Timber Haaker
Henny de Vos
Telematica Instituut, The Netherland
Harry Bouwman, Associate Professor
Delft University of Technology, The Netherland
eProcess Design I
Chair: Virpi Kristiina Tuunainen
Helsinki School of Economic, Finland

A Measurement Model for Web-enabled Supply Chain Integration
Tim McLaren
Ryerson University, Canada

Changing The Firm´s digital Backbone: How Information Technology Shapes The Boundaries Of The Firm
Stephan Billinger
Michael Jacobides
London Business School, United Kingdom

Empirically Evaluating Determinants of Netsourcing as Innovative eBusiness Sourcing Opportunity
Claudio Huyskens
Claudia Loebbecke, Professor & Director
Department of Media Management, University of Cologne, Germany

eProcess Design II
Chair: Rolf T. Wigand, Distinguished Professor
University of Arkansas at Little Rock, United States

Matching complex customer needs with e-service bundles
Sybren de Kinderen
Jaap Gordijn
Hans Akkermans
Free University Amsterdam, The Netherland

The semantic Web-ready postal address management in global e-commerce
Damir Trninic
Post Serbia, Serbia and Montenegro

Towards Value-based Design Patterns for Inter-Organizational Control
Vera Kartseva
Joris Hulstijn
Jaap Gordijn
Yao-Hua Tan, Professor
Free University Amsterdam, The Netherland
eSecurity and ePrivacy
Chair: Wil Janssen, Senior Researcher
Telematica Instituut, The Netherland

A Pilot Study of the Effectiveness of Privacy Policy Statements
Roger Clarke, Principal & Visiting Fellow, Outstanding Paper Award Committee Chair
Xamax Consultancy Pty Ltd, & The Australian National University, Australia



A Study of eCommerce Risk Perceptions among B2C Consumers: A Two Country Study
Easwar A. Nyshadham
Monica Ugbaja
Nova Southeastern University, Florida

Are privacy issues important in Mexican on-line markets? An empirical investigation into published online privacy statements of Mexican web sites
Celestino Robles-Estrada
Juan A. Vargas-Barraza
Ma. Dolores del C. Sepúlveda-Núñez
Universidad de Guadalajara, México

Adoption and Diffusion in Electronic Markets
Chair: Julie Fisher, Associate Professor
Monash University, Australia


Adoption and Diffusion in Electronic Markets: An Empirical Analysis of the German Paid Content Market
Florian Stahl
Wolfgang Maass
University of St. Gallen, Ireland

Consumer Involvement in Developing Services Based on Speech Technology
Eva Heiskanen
Kaarina Hyvönen
National Consumer Research Centre, Finland

The New Economy, eValue and the Impact on User Acceptance of Pervasive ICT
Elitsa Shumarova
University of Koblenz, Germany
Paul Swatman
, Professor
School of Computing and Information Science, University of South Australia, South Australia

Virtual Collaboration
Chair: Doug Vogel

Creating a Virtual Culture Through eCollaboration
Peter Gall
Janice Burn, Professor
Edith Cowan University, Australia

Presence-based, Context-sensitive Real-Time Collaboration (RTC) – research directions for a new type of eCollaboration system
Kai Riemer
University of Muenster, Germany
Frank Frößler
University College Dublin

The Co-evolution of an Accessible but Secure Virtual Space for Collaborative Activities
Kate Crawford
Helen Hasan
University of Wollongong, Australia

eHealth
Chair: Joan Cooper, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic)
Flinders University, Australia

An empirical analysis of the demand for e-services for virtual communities of patients
Achim Dannecker
Ulrike Lechner, Professor
Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany

Building Patient Centred Systems: Reflections on the Challenges of Using Information and Communications Technology to Support Patient Empowerment
Elizabeth Cummings
Paul Turner
School of Information Systems, University of Tasmania and Smart Internet Technology Cooperative Research Centre, Australia

The effectiveness of Australian Medical Portals: Are they meeting the health consumers’ needs?
Julie Fisher, Associate Professor
Monash University, Australia

eCulture and eSociety
Chair: Kai Riemer
University of Muenster, Germany

Customs and values of the Internet community
Paul Przemyslaw Polanski
Leon Kozminski Academy of Enterpreneurship and Management, Poland

What’s the use of guidebooks in the age of collaborative media? Empirical Evaluation of free and commercial travel information
Marco Prestipino
Felix-Robinson Aschoff
Gerhard Schwabe
Department of Informatics, University of Zurich, Switzerland

Convention on e-contracting: the rise of international law of electronic commerce?
Paul Przemyslaw Polanski
University of Warsaw, Poland

eSearch Services
Chair: Christine Legner
Institute of Information Management, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland

An Empirical Study into User Problems with Thesaurus and Commercial Search Systems
Anthony Davies
Mandeep Kaler
Cardiff University, United Kingdom

Personalisation of eSearch Services – Concepts, Techniques, and Market Overview
Kai Riemer
University of Muenster, Germany
Frank Frößler
University College Dublin, Ireland

An Open Source Approach to Medium Term Data Archiving
Sherine Antoun
John Fulcher
University of Wollongong, Australia

eAction
Chair: Paul Swatman, Professor
School of Computing and Information Science, University of South Australia, South Australia

Capturing the customer perceived value of ICT services
Anu Väätäinen
Isto Kannisto
University of Jyväskylä, Finland

How do coroporations use Internet for public relations
Jaka Lindič
Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

The Worth of Anonymous feedback
Heinz Dreher
School of Information Systems, Curtin University of Technology
Perth, Australia
Hermann Maurer
Institute for Information Systems and Computer Media (IICM)
Graz University of Technology, Austria