More results from research
and development projects supported by the European Commission's
IST Programme, Key Action II, New Methods of Work and Electronic
Commerce, have just been published by IOS Press in Amsterdam.
The book contains the papers
presented at the Key Action II eBusiness and eWork conference
(e2002), which was held in Prague, October 16-18.
The book has been compiled,
based on the e2002 event, to provide greater awareness, more
information and sound advice on new Information Society technologies.
It is aimed at business managers and researchers who need up
to date intelligence to help them direct their operations successfully
or find attractive commercial opportunities. The book contains
contributors from various disciplines. There are over two hundred
papers on advances in leading edge Information Society technologies
related to eBusiness and eWork. The implications of these technologies
for business and work are also addressed.
The book is the third in a
series addressing the topic of eBusiness and eWork. IOS Press
also published two early books. The first, which appeared in
2000, contains the proceedings of the e2000 conference held in
Madrid in October 2000. The second book, published in 2001, contains
the proceedings of e2001 held in Venice in October 2001.
The eBusiness and eWork event
is the conference for RTD projects in Key Action II of the IST
Programme, who are also the primary sponsors of the eBusiness
and eWork conference series.
Notes for editors.
The title of the new book is
"Challenges and Achievements in E-business and E-work"
(ISBN 1 58603 284 4, Price: US$210/EUR210/£132). The book
is published in two volumes.
The title of the 2001 book
is "E-work and E-commerce: Novel solutions and practices
for a global networked economy" (ISBN: 1 58603 205 4, Price
US$190/EUR190/£120). The book is published in two volumes.
The title of the 2000 book
is "E-business: Key Issues, Applications and Technologies"
(ISBN: 1 58603 089 2, Price US$160/EUR170/£107)
The production of all three
books was financed by the European Commission's IST Programme,
Key Action II, New Methods of Work and Electronic Commerce, through
the IST project NEWEMMSEC. The contact for this project is Paul