Journal of Internet Commerce
J Internet Commerce
Published/Hosted by Haworth Press Inc.
ISSN (printed): 1533-2861. ISSN (electronic): 1533-287X.
Because of the significance of the impact of the Internet on business and organizations, the Journal of Internet Commerce is devoted to publishing articles that discuss issues vital to conducting electronic commerce on the Internet. Additionally, the journal will also solicit and publish manuscripts dealing with educational issues related to Internet commerce. Thus, the purpose of the Journal of Internet Commerce is to provide a forum for researchers and practitioners for publishing high-quality materials and discussing issues related to conducting business on the Internet. Because of the global nature of the Internet, the journal is international in nature and will publish articles on international issues as well as country-specific research. Important issues include, but are not limited to, the impact of the Internet on all aspects of commerce, organizations, and the decision-making framework within an organization. Additional issues include adoption and implementation of Internet technology, assessment, security, and strategic considerations related to Internet commerce. Researchers studying these and other related issues are encouraged to submit manuscripts directly to the editor. Manuscripts will undergo a blind, peer-review process consisting of at least two reviewers. With peer-reviewed research studies, cases, and practitioner experiences, the Journal of Internet Commerce hopes to provide an outlet for sharing knowledge and experiences related to conducting business on the Internet. The intention of the journal is to provide a source of information that will bring practitioners and academicians together as the dynamic technology of the Internet continues to change the many aspects of commerce.
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