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AIMS & SCOPE

Malaysian E Commerce Journal scope includes but not limited to:

  • Agent-based commerce
  • Electronic auctions
  • E-business models
  • B2C and B2B EC
  • Consumer behavior
  • Customer relationship management and data mining
  • Pricing and marketing
  • Digital economy
  • E-government
  • Public policy and digital divide issues
  • Electronic payment systems
  • IT and e-services
  • Exchanges and electronic marketplaces
  • E-commerce in supply chain and inventory management
  • Legal issues in e-commerce
  • Industry studies and case analysis
  • Economic and management science modeling
  • Organizational and theory-building research
  • Empirical studies of e-commerce problems;
  • Behavioral studies of e-commerce issues
  • Recommender systems
  • Protocols, technology and process standards for e-commerce
  • Transformation of industries
  • Security and trust;
  • Credit card and smart card applications
  • Mobile-commerce and ubiquitous computing
  • Inter-organizational systems in e-commerce
  • Emerging technologies and technological innovation

Peer Review Policy 
All peer review is single blind and submission is online via Editorial Manager.

Article publishing charge 
There is no APC from 2017 to 2020. Authors will pay $300 only from 2021 onwards.

Submission charges 
There are no submission charges for this journal.