About the Journal

The European Journal of Digital Economy Research (EJDER) is a double-blind refereed journal that aims to describe, assess and foster understanding of different aspects of the business ecosystem in digital era by providing a critical understanding in a wide spectrum.

EJDER does not charge any article processing, submission or publication fee.

EJDER seeks to develop a robust understanding of the dynamics of the digital economy by publishing up-to-date, high-quality, original research papers particularly but not limited to management, marketing, finance, economy, sociology and psychology fields.

Suggested topics include but not limited to:

  • Internet business models
  • Business value in e-commerce
  • Economics of electronic commerce
  • The marketplace and organizational effects of e-commerce
  • M-commerce and social media marketing
  • Digital product management and property rights
  • Formation of e-supply chains, and virtual enterprises
  • Economics of information security and privacy
  • New business models/enabling technologies, e-businesses trends
  • E-business ethics and strategies
  • Online reputation management
  • Trends in e-business models and technologies
  • E-business model valuation 
  • E-service quality  
  • Organizational, societal, and international issues of electronic commerce
  • Consumer ethnography and netnography
  • Psychosocial aspects of cyberspace.
  • Epidemiological studies of Internet use and behavior
  • Technology addiction and digital detox
  • E-government and E-healthcare studies
  • Neuromarketing and neurofinance
  • Technological developments in accounting and finance
  • Blockchain applications and Cryptocurrencies
  • Digital audit and forensic accounting
  • Behavioral and experimental economics related to e-commerce
  • Consumer roles in e-commerce  
  • Digital culture and cross-cultural issues in virtual communities
  • Economic impact of virtual communities
  • Individual behavior and group dynamics in virtual communities
  • Psychological online career assessment
  • Psychological strategies of the IT workers

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