Stéphan Gagnon, Patrick C.K. Hung, Katia Passerini and Miguel Vargas Martin, have edited a special issue of the International Journal for Infonomics on e-Readiness, entitled Measuring e-business for Development.
The table of contents looks appealing enough even for those interested in ICT indicators, or e-readiness, out of the e-business focus:
Measuring e-business for Development
Gagnon S., Hung P.C.K., Passerini K. and Vargas-Martin M.
Measuring the Diffusion of e-Business in the Information Society
Salmeron J.L., Banuls V.A.
Assessing e-Business Capabilities and Effectiveness: A Set of Key e-Business Metrics
Chatterjee D., Segars A.
E-governance in India: A Strategic Framework
Mahapatra R., Perumal S.
Synthetic indicators for measuring e-business: A target approach
Vilaseca J., Meseguer A., Torrent J.
Measuring e-business in Developing Countries
Toward a Multilateral Effort in Measuring e-Business for Development
By the way, the journal’s architecture is an odd one: there is just a sigle issue dated January 2005 and a second issue permanently “fortcoming” (due to July 2005). You might think the journal is the old story of good intentions never sustained, but no: there are five special issues, two of them (one unpublished) dated 2006. Weird.
If you need to cite this article in a formal way (i.e. for bibliographical purposes) I dare suggest:
Peña-López, I. (2006) “International Journal for Infonomics Special Issue: Measuring e-business for Development” In ICTlogy,
#37, October 2006. Barcelona: ICTlogy.
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