國際網路研討會論文全文徵稿Submission deadline extended to May 10, 2012

Posted on 2012/04/18. Filed under: 綜合, 資訊, 教與學 | 標籤:, , |

以下為國際網路研討會論文徵稿。

We trust this e-mail finds you well! You are receiving this e-mail because of your expertise in Internet Studies. As such, I would like to cordially invite you to consider contributing your manuscript to International Conference on Internet Studies (NETs2012) (http://www.internet-studies.org/).

This conference will be held on August 17-19, 2012, in Bangkok, Thailand. All accepted articles in conference would be published in one of the cooperative journals. Following is the call for papers of NETs2012. Please consider to join this event in Thailand

Regards,

Chien-Chang Chen, Ph.D.

Associate Professor,

Tamkang University

Call for Papers – NETs2012

International Conference on INTERNET STUDIES

August 17-19, 2012, Bangkok, Thailand

http://www.internet-studies.org/

Organized by: Academy of Taiwan Information Systems Research

Sponsored by: National Taipei University

The 2012 International Conference on Internet Study (NETs 2012) will be held on August 17-19, 2012, in Bangkok, Thailand. This conference is organized by Academy of Taiwan Information Systems Research (ATISR), and sponsored by National Taipei University, National Taiwan University, Chinese Culture University, Tamkang University. This conference provides a forum for researchers and practitioners to exchange research results and share development experiences on internet study.

IMPORTANT DATES

Submission Deadline: April 15, 2012 May 10, 2012

Acceptance Notification: 21 days after submitted

(Acceptance notification will be send out in 21 days after submitted – Manuscripts will be reviewed and accepted on a rolling basis until the deadline. All acceptance notification will be sent out no later than May 10, 2012)

Registration Deadline: June 15, 2012

Conference Dates: August 17-19, 2012

The upcoming NETs 2012 proceedings covers, but not limited to the following areas:

Track1: Cloud Computing

SaaS, PaaS, IaaS;

Social Computing (Web 2.0/3.0);

Mobile/Wireless Computing;

Mobile and Location-based Services;

Recommendation and Reputation Systems

Track2: Network Application and Security

Ubiquitous Computing: E-Health and Digital Home applications;

Vehicular Networks and Telmatics Applications;

Intrusion Detection and Malware;

Botnet and Spam Detection;

Social Network Privacy

Track 3: Software Engineering and Internet

Software Engineering for/in Cloud;

Web Service and Application;

Software Analysis, Design and Testing;

Mobile Application Development;

Software Performance

Track 4: Multimedia

Multimedia Communications;

Multimedia Compression;

Multimedia Security;

Multimedia Databases;

Multimedia Applications

Track 5: Internet Technology and Applications

Digital Payment Systems;

Authentication;

Privacy-enhancing Technologies;

Databases and Data mining;

Electronic Commerce Systems and Application

Track 6: E-Commerce and M-Commerce

Internet Advertising and Online Retailing;

Internet Consumer Behavior;

Online Word-of-mouth;

Online Survey;

Databases and data mining

Track 7: Cyber Behavior

Social networking behavior on Google+, Facebook, MySpace, and others;

Addiction, Cyberbullying and Internet Abuse;

Video Games, Computer games, and Online games;

Internet Porn, Cybersex and Cybering

Online Dating Behavior

Track 8: Cyber Education

E-Learning and Distance Learning;

Computers & Education;

Education in Internet age;

Organization learning;

Virtual learning environments

Track 9: Internet Research: Past, Present, and Future

Review and Meta-Analysis of Internet research;

Bibliometric Analysis;

Research Methods in Internet Research;

Study of Factors Influencing Internet Satisfaction, Effectiveness, and Success;

Future Directions of Internet Research

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doctoral fellowships in Law, Economics, and Psychology

Posted on 2012/03/09. Filed under: 經濟, 綜合 | 標籤:, , , |

The International Max Planck Research School on Adapting Behavior in a Fundamentally Uncertain World (IMPRS Uncertainty)

invites outstanding candidates to apply for doctoral fellowships in Law, Economics, and Psychology

The IMPRS Uncertainty combines approaches from Economics, Law and Psychology to explain human decisions under uncertainty more effectively and to better design institutional responses.

Please see the attached document.

Best

Dr. Susanne Buechner
Coordinator

International Max Planck Research School on Adapting Behavior in a Fundamentally Uncertain World

Max Planck Institute of Economics
Kahlaische Strasse 10
07745 Jena
Germany

mail: buechner(at)econ.mpg.de
phone: 0049 3641 686 677
fax: 0049 3641 686 623
www.imprs.econ.mpg.de

call for applications IMPRS Uncertainty April 2012.pdf

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ESA-announce Call for Paper on Thurgau Experimental Economics Meeting (theem) – Reminder of Deadline

Posted on 2012/01/30. Filed under: 經濟, 綜合, 實驗 | 標籤:, , |

Call for Papers Thurgau Experimental Economics Meeting (theem)

Institutions and Behavior

April 19-21, 2012 in Kreuzlingen (CH)

Keynote speakers: Rebecca B. Morton and Frans van Winden.

Institutions are designed in order to create incentives for people to behave in a way desired by the designer of the institution. For example, legally enforced contracts allow interacting parties to rely on each other when trust alone is not a sufficiently solid foundation. However, we frequently observe that institutions do not induce the desired behavior. People question the fairness or legitimacy of an institution, or they exploit deficits in the design of institutions in an opportunistic way. Not knowing how people respond to institutional incentives creates also a difficult problem for the designer of institutions. This conference invites contributions investigating how institutions shape behavior and vice versa how institutions are actually designed. We welcome experimental, theoretical and empirical research from economics and other related disciplines.

More information at http://www.theem.uni-konstanz.de/

You can submit a paper or an extended abstract at http://www.theem.uni-konstanz.de/paper-submission/

Submission deadline: February 1, 2012

Organized by the Thurgau Institute of Economics at the University of Konstanz
Organizers: Urs Fischbacher, Lisa Bruttel, Gerald Eisenkopf, Ulrich Wacker

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ESA-announce workshop: NON-MONETARY INCENTIVES AND ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR

Posted on 2011/12/07. Filed under: 經濟, 綜合, 實驗 | 標籤:, , , |

*** call for papers ***

Interdisciplinary Workshop

NON-MONETARY INCENTIVES AND ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR
University of MilanBicocca (CISEPS), May 24, 2012

link: http://dipeco.economia.unimib.it/ciseps/workshop_240512.pdf

That motivations for human behavior are more complex than responding to monetary incentives is not a controversial issue among social scientists, economists included.

The observation of everyday life and data from different cultural contexts and domains indicate that human beings, even in strict or typical economic matters (such as buying and selling, occupational choices, etc..), are ideological, emotional and symbolic animals driven by much more that maximization of material or monetary payoffs.

In economic behavior, intentions, motivations, sentiments, and social norms play an important role for the actual choices of people.

This has been clear and uncontroversial in most of social science, but in the last decades also research in economics is more and more showing the existence and importance of social preferences.

Issues such as trust, reciprocity, esteem, envy, regret, shame, intrinsic motivation are becoming key topics in even mainstream literature.

Nevertheless, experimental economics generally uses monetary payoff in order to reward agents (students in particular), even when the issues studied in the lab involve dimensions of human behaviour intertwined with psychological, social and emotional elements, such as the role of intentions and emotions.

Perhaps, however, new forms of nonmonetary payoffs have to be introduced, included the issue of awards.

This is the research question of our call for papers. Our aim is to cover experiments dealing with economic behavior in different disciplines that use nonmonetary incentives for rewarding participants.

We are interested also in work in progress, ideas and designs, in addition to completed experiments.

Proposals of less than 500 words, focusing on the specific issue of the workshop, should be sent to: ciseps(at)unimib.it
Deadline for proposals: March 10, 2012

Reply to proposals: March 31, 2012
link: http://dipeco.economia.unimib.it/ciseps/workshop_240512.pdf

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Tommaso Reggiani
University of Bologna – Dept. of Economics
tommaso.reggiani(at)unibo.it
TSE – Toulouse School of Economics
tommaso.reggiani(at)tse-fr.eu
webpage: https://sites.google.com/site/tommasoreggiani
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ESA-announce Call for Papers: theem 2012 on “Institutions and Behavior", Kreuzlingen, April 19-21

Posted on 2011/12/07. Filed under: 經濟, 綜合 | 標籤:, , , |

Workshop “Institutions and Behavior"

TWI Kreuzlingen, Switzerland

April 19-21, 2012

Keynote Speakers: Rebecca B. Morton and Frans van Winden

Institutions are designed in order to create incentives for people to behave in a way desired by the designer of the institution. For example, legally enforced contracts allow interacting parties to rely on each other when trust alone is not a sufficiently solid foundation. However, we frequently observe that institutions do not induce the desired behavior. People question the fairness or legitimacy of an institution, or they exploit deficits in the design of institutions in an opportunistic way. Not knowing how people respond to institutional incentives creates also a difficult problem for the designer of institutions. This conference invites contributions investigating how institutions shape behavior and vice versa how institutions are actually designed. We welcome experimental, theoretical and empirical research from economics and other related disciplines.

Submission Deadline: February 1, 2012
Notification of Acceptance: March 1, 2012

Website: www.theem.ch

Contact
– Organization: ulrich.wacker(at)uni-konstanz.de
– Scientific: urs.fischbacher(at)uni-konstanz.de

We look forward to seeing you at Lake Constance!

Scientific committee:
Urs Fischbacher
Lisa Bruttel
Gerald Eisenkopf


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