The goal of this publication is to inform banking and electronic commerce academics, executives and professionals on principal developments, profit-oriented business architecture, benchmarked practices, compliance, risk and accountability, and future trends in the Internet-based business, management and marketing of governments and industry. This free online interactive journal is a way to provide critical perspectives, distribute results, share information, establish research and business contacts (networking), and keep in touch.
Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce (JIBC-www.arraydev.com/commerce/JIBC) is primarily devoted to original articles describing theory and practice, guest columns, important announcements, as well as surveys, reviews, and letters to the editor that advance the field of electronic commerce. We will try to keep away from technical discussions and leave them to other specialized publications.
An email edition with executive summaries of the articles goes out about every 3-4 months. The email version has many subscribers, about half outside North America. Larger articles and columns, as well as background information, are placed on our Web site as received, with the appropriate notification in the email part. Subscriptions to JIBC and access to the Web repository are free. There's a convenient "subscribe" button on the Web site or use email addresses below if you wish to receive the email edition. Materials are posted to the Web repository as they are approved. If you would like to submit an article, please have a look at JIBC Submission Guidelines on our site.