The International Conference on Electronic Commerce (ICEC) annually brings together the leaders of the scientific research community in e-commerce and e-business from all over the world. This conference marks the second time that the conference will be held in the United States, having most recently been held in Xi'an, China and in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.
ICEC'07 will feature: invited keynote presentations; panels on topical issues on technology, business and public policy; refereed paper presentations on emerging and continuing research issues; and tutorials and workshops that are designed to identify new areas for knowledge development and sharing. With involvement from the IT industry and the business community, ICEC'07 will encourage new dialogues and exchanges that will enable each side to take advantage of what the other has to offer in terms of technological, managerial and public policy know how.
The conference will showcase new ideas that have emerged from cross-disciplinary discovery and collaboration - directions that are at the heart of current efforts to further advance e-commerce as both a business and academic discipline. The conference theme of ICEC'07 will focus on the discovery of innovative techniques and technologies that strive to identify and overcome such difficulties, and set the foundation for new research endeavours that will allow e-commerce to grow much more rapidly in the years to come. ICEC'07 will have multiple scientific tracks, each chaired by research leaders.
Maria Gini and Robert Kauffman
In cooperation with
The Center for Advancing Business
Through Information Technology
W. P. Carey School of Business
Arizona State University
The MIS Research Center|
Carlson School of Management
University of Minnesota
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