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CALL FOR PAPERS

Conference title:
Paper, scissors, stone:
Business, law and politics – the E and M-Commerce debate

This conference invites papers, which critically consider issues relating to the above title, especially within the business, law or politics context in its broadest terms. Papers are welcome from academics, researchers, practitioners, students, those in business or practice and anyone else with a keen interest in these areas and their relationship with electronic and/or mobile commerce.

CONFERENCE STREAMS

This conference is organised into the following 10 streams:

Stream 1 - Education and 2nd Generation E-Learning

Stream 2 - Horizon scanning

Stream 3 - E-Crime and Terrorism

Stream 4 - Security, privacy and data protection: who’s who?

Stream 5 - Internet governance and the digital divide

Stream 6 - Intellectual property and technology issues

Stream 7 - Technological challenges for the legal profession

Stream 8 - Consumer and environmental protection online

Stream 9 - Tuning in wireless: M-Commerce: the next challenge?

Stream 10 - Virtual Communities: From the suburbs to the metropolis

 

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CONFERENCE TITLE

Paper, scissors, stone: Business, law and politics – the E and M-Commerce debate

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PAPER SUBMISSIONS

Please send an abstract (about 500 words) of your paper to the specific email address of the stream that it relates to (eg - stream1@bileta2007.co.uk)

The closing date for abstracts has been extended to Friday 2nd March 2007.

Notification of acceptance will be by Friday 16th March. Final papers (alongside presentations) must be submitted by Friday 30th March.