The theme for this year’s conference is eValues, which explores the progress of value formation in communities joined through the Web and the impact of technologies supporting interaction. You are encouraged to propose a research paper, a panel, a workshop, or a meeting. Research papers should be original, unpublished elsewhere and no longer than 5,000 words in length.
Detailed information about electronic submission and other issues will be available on the Conference web site. All accepted papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings on CD-ROM and web. Selected papers will appear in the International Journal of Electronic Commerce (IJEC) and Electronic Markets (EM).
Submission of papers: February 1, 2006
Notification of acceptance March 31, 2006
Submission of final papers: April 28, 2006
For further information please contact the Research Track Chair or Co-chair.
At least one of the authors of accepted research papers and all members of accepted panels, workshops or meetings are expected to register for the conference prior to program confirmation.
You are invited to submit a business, government, or academic panel or workshop proposal. Panels are expected to explore innovative ways of exploiting the latest eTechnologies and development approaches and to suggest new research agendas. Workshops are expected to demonstrate successful use (via prototypes, LivingLabs, etc.) of the latest eTechnologies and to lay out the directions for further research.
A special goal of the panels and workshops sessions is to provide a big picture of the eValues domain by highlighting current issues and expected future impacts of eTechnologies in regional or global economies. Sessions demonstrating successful, innovative collaborations to develop eSolutions among business, government, and academia in cross-border, cross-industry, and/or cross-disciplinary environments are particularly welcome.
Panelists and workshop participants are expected to register for the conference.
The panel or workshop proposal (1 page) should indicate panel title, panel chair and the panelists (name, position, affiliation, country), the topic and issues to be discussed.
Please e-mail your panel or workshop proposal as soon as possible and not later than Monday, March 6, 2006 to the Bled eConference Chair.
|Suggested Research Track Topics|
Outstanding Paper Award
ALADIN Meeting – ALpe ADria INitiative Universities’ eNetwork: Contributions to eRegion Development
Business & Government Executive Meeting on Cross-border eCommerce Development in eRegion
eSilk & eAmber Road Regions: Business and Government Executives & Professors’ Commitment To Making A Difference
Small eBig Countries Meeting: How are they Preparing for eGlobal