Information Systems Journals

Titles starting with "G"

Journals are listed alphabetically by title, disregarding 'The', 'Journal of', 'The Journal of', 'The International Journal of' or 'The Electronic Journal of'.


International Journal of Global Business (IJGB) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-16]
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The main aim of this International Journal of Global Business (IJGB) is to provide an international medium/platform for academics, business professionals and government officials from all over the world to exchange ideas on research, and best practices(implementation/case studies) of global business strategies. International Journal of Global Business is a peer-reviewed journal.


Journal of Global Business Administration (JGBA) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-17]
|Articles available |Not DEST Approved |Not on Scopus database |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs |Not ranked by ACPHIS |[paper/ejournal] [instructions]
Nothing published since 2014

The Journal of Global Business Administration (JGBA) solicits and welcomes research across the entire range of topics encompassing the domain of global business administration including multinational and transnational business activities, strategies and managerial processes that cross national boundaries, joint ventures, strategic alliances, mergers and acquisitions, interactions of such firms with their economic, political and cultural environments, as well as cross national research involving innovation, entrepreneurship, knowledge-based competition, judgment and decision making, bargaining, leadership, corporate governance, new organizational forms etc. JGBA welcomes theoretical and empirical papers that advance social scientific research on global business. JGBA is a pluralistic journal. Conceptual and theory-development papers, empirical hypothesis-testing papers, mathematical modeling papers, case studies, and teaching methods are especially welcome. JGBA has a special interest in research addressing issues that transcend the boundaries of single academic disciplines and managerial functions. Therefore JGBA welcomes inter-disciplinary scholarship and commentaries that challenge the paradigms and assumptions of single disciplines or functions.


Journal of Global Information Management (JGIM) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-18]
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The Journal of Global Information Management (JGIM) publishes original material concerned with all aspects of the development, use and management of information technology (IT) in a global context. The mission of JGIM is to be the primary forum for researchers and practitioners to disseminate the evolving knowledge on global IT. Original contributions concerning any aspect of global information management from both scholars and practitioners are welcome. Authors are encouraged to submit on the following themes:
  1. Cross-National Studies. These need not be cross-culture per se. These studies lead to understanding of IT as it leaves one nation and is built/bought/used in another. Generally, these studies bring to light transferability issues and they challenge if practices in one nation transfer (and if they don't, they shed light on how or why not).
  2. Cross-Cultural Studies. These need not be cross-nation. Cultures could be across regions that share a similar culture. They can also be within nations (subcultures, ethnicities, etc.). These studies lead to understanding of IT as it leaves one culture and is built/bought/used in another. Generally, these studies bring to light transferability issues and they challenge if practices in one culture transfer (and if they don't, they shed light on how or why not).
  3. Single nation studies from under-represented nations. The idea here is to look at existing literature from the better represented nations and compare it to the findings in the under-represented nation. If you don't have data coming from multiple cultures or nations, then the idea is to basically have the same effect via the existing literature compared to the single nation dataset.
  4. Studies of the development, implementation, management and use of IT in multinational, transnational, inter-national and global organizations.


Journal of Global Information Technology Management (JGITM) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-10]
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Ceased publication in 2013

JGITM will publish articles and reports related to all aspects of the application of information technology for international business. For example, it will report on information resource management, managerial and organizational concerns, and innovative applications related to global IT. The journal's scope is multidisciplinary. It will publish research and applied articles from all areas of MIS as well as functional IT applications that have international focus. The journal will also consider a variety of methodological approaches. The journal 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. Articles in the Journal of Global Information Technology Management will include, but are not limited to the following areas:

  • Frameworks/models for global information systems (GIS)
  • Development, evaluation and management of GIS
  • Electronic Commerce - global issues
  • Internet related issues
  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) - global issues
  • Supply Chain Management (SCM) - global issues
  • Customer Resource Management (CRM) - global issues
  • Societal impacts of IT in developing countries
  • IT and Economic Development
  • IT diffisuion in developing countries
  • IT human resource issues
  • DSS/EIS/ES in international settings
  • Organizational and management structures for GIS
  • Transborder data flow issues
  • Electronic data interchange
  • Telecommunications
  • Distributed global databases and networks
  • Cultural and societal impacts
  • Comparative studies of nations
  • Applications and case studies


Government Information Quarterly (GIQ) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-05]
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Government Information Quarterly is a cross-disciplinary and refereed journal that covers information and telecommunications policy, information management, information technology planning and management, and e-government practices, policies and issues relevant to all levels of government within the United States and abroad. Individual issues contain an editorial, articles, and reviews. The articles analyze current information policies and practices, present new developments, provide theoretical and philosophical treatises, and discuss current issues and strategies for managing government information-based services and resources.


International Journal of Green Computing (IJGC) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-12]
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The International Journal of Green Computing (IJGC) provides academicians, research scholars, business entrepreneurs, practitioners, managers, and policy makers coverage of strategic green issues, energy efficiency, recycling, and best practices for competitive advantage and cost savings in modern organizations and business sectors. IJGC disseminates collaborative research in the global spectrum of green technology and provides direction for the implementation of environmental innovation and carbon reduction.


International Journal of Grid and Utility Computing (IJGUC) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-09]
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The objectives of IJGUC are to establish an effective channel of communication between Grid and Utility Computing researchers, engineers, and policy makers. It also aims to promote and coordinate developments in the field of Grid and Utility Computing. The international dimension is emphasised in order to foster international collaboration in Grid and Utility Computing to meet the need to broaden the applicability and scope of the current body of knowledge. Subject Coverage:

  • Theoretical model of the Grid
  • Grid architectures
  • Autonomic Grid
  • Grid programming models, tools, and environments
  • Remote data and resources access and management
  • Advance resource reservation and scheduling
  • Market models for resource management
  • Grid object metadata and schemas
  • Grid middleware and toolkits
  • Grid monitoring, management and organisation tools
  • Performance evaluation and modelling
  • Grid services integration issues
  • Grid information services
  • Grid security and trust management
  • Information Grid, knowledge Grid and service Grid
  • Web services for enhancing Grid computing infrastructure
  • Interplay between peer-to-peer and Grid computing
  • Grid services discovery and flow composition
  • Business Grid covering business process integration and management in Grid environment
  • Semantic computing for Grid
  • Wireless Grid
  • Grid economics
  • Grid applications and system solutions in science and engineering
  • Utility models and solution architectures
  • Resource acquisition models in Utility computing
  • Purchasing models of external source
  • Pricing models of utility computing
  • Utility computing economics
  • Utility grids
  • Scientific, industrial and social implications


Group and Organization Management (GOM) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-05]
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Group & Organization Management (GOM) publishes the work of scholars and professionals who extend management and organization theory and address the implications of this for practitioners. Innovation, conceptual sophistication, methodological rigor, and cutting-edge scholarship are the driving principles. Topics include teams, group processes, leadership, organizational behavior, organizational theory, strategic management, organizational communication, gender and diversity, cross-cultural analysis, and organizational development and change, but all articles dealing with individual, group, organizational and/or environmental dimensions are appropriate. The journal provides an open forum for debate/synergy among diverging philosophical and methodological traditions in traditions in management, social sciences and the humanities, welcoming qualitative and quantitative research-based articles as well as critical research reviews and analyses.


Group Decision and Negotiation (GDN) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-10]
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Group Decision and Negotiation is published in cooperation with the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences and its Section on Group Decision and Negotiation. The journal focuses broadly on relation and coordination in group processes by exploring the entire process or flow of activities relevant to group decision and negotiation. Among the evolving approaches to group decision and negotiation processes, the journal explores computer group decision and negotiation support systems; artificial intelligence and management science; applied game theory, experiment and social choice; and cognitive and behavioral sciences. Descriptive, normative, and design viewpoints are all represented. In addition to theoretical and empirical research, the journal presents real-world applications and case studies. It also covers new software development that supports group decision and negotiation.


Group Facilitation (GF) [Entry Reviewed: 2015-08-25]
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Group Facilitation: A Research and Applications Journal is a multi-disciplinary publication focused on the art and science of group facilitation. The aim of Group Facilitation is to advance our knowledge of group facilitation and its implications for individuals, groups, organizations, and communities. It is published semi-annually. Group Facilitation is intended for facilitators, mediators, organizational development and training specialists, managers, researchers, and others who seek to use facilitation skills in their practice. Articles represent diverse perspectives, including organizational learning and development, group and system dynamics, collaborative technology, negotiation, mediation, leadership, decision-making, conflict resolution, cross-cultural contexts, and education. Possible topics include, but are not limited to, facilitator roles within the group, interventions for conflict management, descriptions of specific facilitation methods, approaches to facilitating specific tasks such as idea generation or priority setting, using computer technology to support facilitation, increasing participation in organizations, exploring the underlying values, beliefs and models of facilitation, and applying facilitation skills and concepts to various settings.


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