KE HICSS 2013 : Knowledge Economics: HICSS-46 (2013)
Call For Papers
HICSS-46 (2013) CALL FOR PAPERS
Minitrack: Knowledge Economics
Track: Knowledge Management Systems
Submission deadline: June 15, 2012
Conference Site: Grand Wailea Maui
Dates: January 7 - 10, 2013
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Knowledge Management is continuously gaining importance in research and practice, since economically growth economies are more reliant on the contribution of knowledge intensive businesses. Various methodologies to identify, capture, model and simulate knowledge transfers have been elaborated within the business scope. These methodologies comprise both the technical, as well as the organizational aspect of knowledge, being transferred in organizations.
This minitrack aims to provide insight on the knowledge economics and emphasizes a holistic view on the economic implications of knowledge, including the value and economics of repositories and the overall value of knowledge. Further on, implications of the knowledge society and knowledge based policy are covered within the scope of this minitrack.
Possible contributions regarding the economics of knowledge management and transfer
may include, but are not limited to the following:
- Value and economics of repositories
- Implications of the knowledge society
- Policy generation and implementation in the knowledge society
- Knowledge based theory
- Knowledge based society
- Economics of knowledge co-creation and Business Process Management (BPM)
- Costs associated with knowledge management and knowledge transfer
- Tangible and intangible (business) value of knowledge management systems
- Methods for measuring the costs and benefits of projects involving knowledge management systems
- Measuring, managing and promoting intellectual capital
- Economics of inner and cross-organizational knowledge transfer
- Business models involving knowledge management and knowledge transfer
- The role of human, intellectual and social capital in knowledge management and knowledge transfer
- Economics of knowledge transfer across developed and emerging economies
- Value creation through education based knowledge transfer
- Benefits and costs of considering knowledge in the analysis of business processes
- Economics of sustainable knowledge management – potentials, barriers and critical success factors
- Motivations and financial expectations of cross-border knowledge transfer
- Contribution of knowledge management systems to firm performance and competiveness
- Economics of talent management
- Financial effects of the Chief Knowledge Officer (CKO) position, knowledge managers, and other knowledge management related resources
- Financial rewards systems related to knowledge management and knowledge transfer
- Frameworks, models and theories related to the economics of knowledge management and transfer
Both conceptual and empirical papers with a sound research background are welcomed. All submissions must include a separate contribution section, explaining how the work contributes to a better understanding of knowledge management and economics.
Carsten Brockmann (Primary Contact)
Business Information Systems and Electronic Government
August-Bebel-Str. 89; 14482 Potsdam, Germany
Phone: +49 331/ 977-3455, Fax: +49 331/977-3406
School of Business
SUNY New Paltz
75 South Manheim Boulevard
New Paltz, NY 12561, USA
HICSS conferences are devoted to the most relevant advances in the information, computer, and system sciences, and encompass developments in both theory and practice. Accepted papers may be theoretical, conceptual, tutorial or descriptive in nature. Those selected for presentation will be included in the Conference Proceedings published by the IEEE Computer Society.
How to Submit a Paper:
- HICSS papers must contain original material. They may not have been previously published, nor currently submitted elsewhere. All submissions undergo a double-blind peer review process.
- Abstracts are optional, but strongly recommended. You may contact the Minitrack Chair(s) for guidance or verification of content.
- Submit a paper to only one Minitrack. If a paper is submitted to more than one minitrack either paper may be rejected by either minitrack without consultation with author.
- If you are not sure of the appropriate Minitrack, submit an abstract to the Track Chair(s) for determination, and/or seek opinion(s) of Minitrack Chair(s) before submitting.
- Do not author or co-author more than 5 papers. This means that an individual may be listed as author/co-author on no more than 5 submitted papers. Track Chairs must approve any names added after submission or acceptance.
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