[Air-l] AMIS Volume on E-Government (Call for Chapters/Call for Reviewers)

Jochen Scholl jscholl at u.washington.edu
Wed Sep 27 17:15:34 PDT 2006

Call for Volume Chapters and Reviewers

(Submission Deadline September 30, 2007)

Electronic Government: Information, Technology, and Transformation
(Volume Title)

To appear as a volume within the Advances in Management Information Systems
(AMIS) series published by ME Sharpe, Armonk, NY. AMIS is a series of
research monographs devoted to the principal aspects of information systems
with Dr. Vladimir Zwass as the series editor. AMIS is intended to become a
lasting record of both the knowledge about organizational information
systems and of research methods for creating new knowledge. For more
information about the AMIS monograph series, please visit

As the volume editor, I would also like to invite you to join the reviewer
team, which will meet the highest standards of academic peer reviewing.
Please send contact information and a short statement of interest regarding
either one or both (submission and reviewer team membership) to me
(jscholl at u.washington.edu). Thank you!

For further details please see

Since EG is a relatively new domain of study, the first contribution of this
volume is to serve as a springboard and a steward for developing and
demonstrating principles, accepted standards, and exemplars of disciplinary
(e.g., IS), multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary, and perhaps
transdisciplinary EG. The second envisioned contribution of this volume
would aim at sharpening and accentuating the various topical orientations
within EG through review and representation of unique and exemplary research
contributions. The third (and implicit) contribution of this volume would
lie in furthering the development of a worldwide academic scholarship in EG.

For this volume theoretical, empirical, quantitative, or qualitative
research contributions are sought.

Inquiries are welcome regarding any submission- or review-related question.
Please send your inquiries and submissions electronically to

Dr. Hans J Scholl
AMIS EG Volume Editor
University of Washington
jscholl at u.washington.edu

The deadline for submitting a manuscript to the AMIS volume on EG is
September 30, 2007.

However, we encourage you to submit your manuscript earlier and will send it
out for review immediately upon receipt.

Again, please find further details under
AMIS Volume on E-Government (Call for Chapters/Call for Reviewers)

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