CfP: eGovernment Quarterly (eGQ)
- CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS
eGovernment Quarterly (eGQ)
As the Editor-in-Chief of this new journal - eGovernment Quarterly (eGQ) - I
would like to place the first call for papers. The journal seeks to cross
the academic/practitioner boundary by publishing high quality articles in
the area of eGovernment by and of interest to both groups.
The contribution sought for submission to eGQ are somewhat shorter than most
journals (ideally 5000
words) and should be written in a style that conveys the importance,
relevance, and rigor of the study - an abbreviated review of the literature
and focus on results and implications. We are fortunate to have a number of
practitioners interested in both reading and publishing in the journal.
For further questions about the journal please visit
eGQ is a unique and innovative publication with a mission to significantly
expand the domain of information research to a wide and eclectic audience of
academics, consultants and executives who are involved in the management of
public organizations for service delivery enhancement and performance. eGQ
will publish original research and comments about the science of information
and the application of systems and technology for successful public sector
management. Contributions are particularly welcome which analyze the results
of inter/multi disciplinary research and relate to the intersection of
theory, method and empirical findings. Of interest will be manuscripts,
which present the theoretical concepts of the acquisition, organization, and
dissemination of information to support functional and cross-functional
organizational planning, and decision-making. eGQ submissions will be double
blind refereed and will provide a forum for high quality research,
communication and debate on the subject of eGovernment and its
eGQ will be of value to both academic and practitioner audiences. The
audience will include those individuals who are interested in conducting
research related to eGovernment through the consideration of information as
a valuable corporate resource. Submissions are particularly welcome from
government professionals who consider information to be a resource that they
can leverage for organizational effectiveness. Such practitioners may reside
in a broad spectrum of functions and across departments within government
internationally, nationally and locally. eGQ will focus on the issues,
contexts and problems associated with instigating these initiatives. The
primary interest is on practices, methods and obstacles associated change
and contributions addressing any aspect of the eGovernment agenda in this
respect are invited. Empirical studies with strong critical theoretical
content will be particularly welcome.
I look forward to your submissions. Please send your submission to:
Deadline for submissions is October 24, 2003
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Dr. Thomas Schildhauer
Institute of Electronic Business e.V.
Institute of the University of Arts Berlin
Chausseestr. 8, D- 10115 Berlin
Tel.: +49 30 726298315
Fax: +49 30 72629839
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