Papers Due: June 15, 2014 via the HICSS conference system http://www.hicss.hawaii.edu/hicss_48/apahome48.htm
This minitrack focuses on the sociotechnical dynamics and the ways in which the Internet affects people, groups, organizations, and societies. We are in particular interested in the impact of global, international, and cross-cultural issues on ICT development, implementation and use across the globe.
Globalization has historically been tied to technological innovation, and the present era of a networked information society is no different. Information and communication technologies (ICTs) have provided the infrastructure for multinational businesses, created new cultural connections irrespective of geographic boundaries and distances, and allowed an increasingly mobile global population to be connected to their friends, families, and cultures no matter where they are. The issues surrounding global, international, and cross cultural issues in Information Systems (IS) attracted much scholarly attention and have been explored under myriad contexts.
The minitrack welcomes submissions that relate to all aspects of global IS, or IS research situated in a global, international or cross-cultural context. The minitrack is open to all methodological approaches and perspectives. We are interested in empirical and theoretical work that addresses these and related socio-technical issues.
* Global impacts of big data on governments, multinational companies, NGOs and other organizations
Pnina Fichman, School of Informatics and Computing, Indiana University, Bloomington; firstname.lastname@example.org
Edward W.N. Bernroider, Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU), Institute for Information Management and Control, Vienna, Austria; email@example.com
Erran Carmel, Kogod School of Business, American University, Washington D.C.; firstname.lastname@example.org