Bridging Digital Divide 2007
Global Digital Business Society, International Conference On Bridging Digital Divide, New Delhi, 4-6 Jan 2007; Deadline 30 Sep 2006
Call for Papers (PAPER or ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 30, 2006)
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BRIDGING DIGITAL DIVIDE 2007
FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE TO BE HELD IN
NEW DELHI, INDIA
DURING January 4-6, 2007
AT MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE (Gurgaon)
With an Add-on Tour of the TAJ MAHAL on Sunday, January 7, 2007, you could ring in the New Year (2007) with a Blast!
PAPER SUBMISSION DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 30, 2006
Conference Co-Sponsor: Management Development Institute, Gurgaon, India
Conference Co-Chairs: Rajendar K. Garg, Professor of Marketing, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA
M.P. Jaiswal, Professor of Information Management, Management Development Institute, Gurgaon, India
Conference Theme, Nature and Scope
The theme of this conference is to bring together professionals from various parts of the world to look at strategies for bridging the digital divide and identify strategies that would leverage market forces to help bring about the bridging of the digital divide and identifying leapfrogging strategies for emerging economies. Papers dealing with all aspects of Online Business and Management are welcome. In particular, papers that explore the multidisciplinary nature of the subject matter are encouraged.
Specifically, the conference will have the following tracks:
- Digital Divide – Facts and Strategies for bridging the digital divide, Implementation Patterns of bridging digital divide.
- Right to Information Issues, Practice and Legal issues.
- Global E-Governance Issues
- IT Enabled Services, E-Services, Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) services, etc.
- E-Business Strategies and Models
- E-Learning Issues and Strategies
- E-Marketing Issues and Strategies
- Security and Privacy Issues, Cyber Law
- Technology Integration, Digital Infrastructure Issues
- Cultural Issues in Digital Environment
- Societal Impact and Implications of Digitization
Submissions can be made in a number of categories: Completed research papers, case studies, panels and panel/round table discussion papers. Please follow the following guidelines in preparing your submission.
Completed research papers
Typically 5,000 words long (excluding abstract and references)
Typically between 3,000 and 5,000 words long
Panel and round table discussion proposals
Typically a 1000 word synopsis of the topic area to be presented. Please identify the panelists to be involved
In preparing your papers, please follow Author Guidelines link. Submission and review process will be handled electronically. Please make your submission as one MSWord or RTF file. Include all figures and tables in relevant places in the text. The title page should indicate the title, author affiliations including telephone, fax and email, in case of multiple authors corresponding author details should be clearly identified. All submissions will be double blind peer reviewed
Early (Till Oct 30)
International Delegate $250
Indian Delegate Rs.3000
Regular (Till Dec.15)
International Delegate $300
Indian Delegate Rs.3500
Late (After Dec.15)
International Delegate $350
Indian Delegate Rs.4000
All papers (other than authors from India) should be submitted to: GARG@GDBS.ORG. Please attached the Microsoft WORD file.
All authors from India, please submit your papers to: INDIA@GDBS.ORG
Dr. Raj Garg
Professor of Marketing
Editor, Journal of Digital Business
Eberly College of Business and IT
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Indiana, PA 15705
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