Aims and scope
The Journal of Global Information Technology Management (JGITM) is a refereed international journal that is supported by Global IT scholars from all over the world. JGITM publishes articles related to all aspects of the application of information technology for international business.
The journal also considers a variety of methodological approaches and encourages manuscript submissions from authors all over the world, both from academia and industry. In addition, the journal will also include reviews of MIS books that have bearing on global aspects. Practitioner input will be specifically solicited from time to time in the form of invited columns or interviews.
Besides quality work, at a minimum each submitted article should have the following three components: an MIS (Management Information Systems) topic, an international orientation (e.g., cross-cultural studies or strong international implications), and evidence (e.g., survey data, case studies, secondary data, etc.).
Articles in the Journal of Global Information Technology Management include, but are not limited to:
- Cross-cultural IS studies
- Frameworks/models for global information systems (GIS)
- Development, evaluation and management of GIS
- Information Resource Management
- Electronic Commerce
- Privacy & Security
- Societal impacts of IT in developing countries
- IT and Economic Development
- IT Diffusion in developing countries
- IT in Health Care
- IT human resource issues
- DSS/EIS/ES in international settings
- Organizational and management structures for GIS
- Transborder data flow issues
- Supply Chain Management
- Distributed global databases and networks
- Cultural and societal impacts
- Comparative studies of nations
- Applications and case studies
Peer Review Policy: All research articles in this journal have undergone editorial screening and peer review.