Mar 222016

Building on the theme “Information Systems Fostering Innovation and Business Opportunities”, MCIS2016 seeks high quality submissions that explore the opportunities and challenges related to IS as a driving force for Innovation in Business and Society.

Conference proceedings will be published in the AIS digital library:

Conference Tracks

General Track
Big Data and Business Analytics Ecosystems
Cloud Computing Services
Digital Currencies, Digital Payments and Blockchain Applications
Digital Media Ecosystems
Digital Transformation
Electronic Markets
ICT for Healthcare
ICTs and Organisations
Innovation through Gamification
IS Case Studies
IS Curriculum & Education
Social Influence and Product Diffusion
Trust, Security and Privacy
User-centered Business Information Visualisation
Virtual Collaborations for Business Innovation
Submission Types

Research Papers are full-length papers (up to 12 pages).
Research-in-Progress papers are promising but incomplete research projects that will benefit from the feedback of other MCIS participants (up to 7 pages).
Abstracts will be presented in a poster session (up to 3 pages).
All accepted papers will be presented at MCIS2016 and published in the MCIS2016 proceedings.

Doctoral Consortium, Panels, and Tutorials

To participate in the Doctoral Consortium, or to organize a Panel discussion, or a Tutorial, please see the separate calls for these events on the MCIS 2016 website.

Important Dates
15 March 2016: Open submission
22 May 2016: Submissions deadline
19 June 2016: Decision notification
8 July 2016: Camera ready paper
8 July 2016: Doctoral consortium applications deadline
8 July 2016: Panel proposals due
8 July 2016: Tutorials proposals due
4-6 September 2016: Conference


Jul 222015

This is a First Call for papers for the 15th European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies (ECRM-2016) which is being held at Kingston Business School,
Kingston University, London, UK on the 9th -10th June 2016

This call will close on 19th of November 2015.

Each year the European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies (ECRM) provides a forum to meet and exchange views on our lives as researchers and academics, with others who understand the world in which we live. Over a few days, with those impassioned with all that is and could be methodology, we hear the words ‘paradigm’, ‘mixed methods’, ‘research strategies’ and many more, both in the formal sessions and later around meal tables and elsewhere. For many participants this conference has become an eagerly awaited stop on the personal voyage of discovery that is ‘research’.

For more information please go to:

Academic research, case studies and work-in-progress/posters are welcomed approaches. PhD Research, proposals for roundtable discussions, non-academic contributions and product demonstrations based on the main themes are also invited.

Please feel free to circulate this message to any colleagues or contacts you think may be interested.

Subject to author registration and payment, selected papers will also be considered for publication in the Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods. (ISSN: 1477-029). The latest issue of the journal is available to read online..

Papers presented at the conference will be published in the conference proceedings. ECRM Proceedings have an ISBN and are accredited on various lists – Click on the star below to view the accreditations.