Track Co-Chairs

Zhongyun (Phil) Zhou
Associate Professor
School of Economics and Management, Tongji University





Xiao-Liang Shen
Economics and Management School, Wuhan University





Yongqiang Sun
School of Information Management, Wuhan University, China





Xiao-Ling Jin
Associate Professor
School of Management, Shanghai University, China





Brief Introduction

This track presents an attempt to achieve AIS Grand Vision Project for the ICT-enabled Bright Society (in short Bright ICT Initiative), and attract scholarly attention to both positive and negative aspects related to e-business. With the advent of emerging technologies and new business models, e-business has significantly changed the traditional ways of doing business in a more efficient and effective manner. Yet, at the same time, many accidentally or unintentionally serious side effects emerged. We especially welcome research paper exploring both positive and negative impacts of cutting-edge technologies (such as big data, cloud computing, VR/AR/MR, FinTech, Blockchain, AI, and immersive systems) and novel business models (such as sharing economy, social commerce, and crowdsourcing) in the e-business context. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:


1. Social and economic returns of e-business
2. Online customer misbehavior
3. Fake information in e-business
4. Cyber crime
5. Data privacy and cyber security
6. Digital divide
7. Responsible AI
8. Machine misbehavior
9. Dark side of digitalization
10. Value co-destruction
11. Negative word-of-mouth
12. Ethical and legal issues in e-business
13. Polarization in e-business
14. Adverse effects of e-business

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