International Journal of Electronic Banking

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Editor in Chief: Assistant Prof. Abdalmuttaleb Al-Sartawi
ISSN online: 1753-5247
ISSN print: 1753-5239
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Due to the technological boom, the deployment of information and communication technologies has been reconsidered in the banking sector. With emphasis on the internal capacities and sustainable infrastructures of modern banking organisations and also on stakeholder perspectives, IJEBank promotes high-quality international research that discusses electronic banking and other emerging trends in a range of multidisciplinary areas. IJEBank concentrates on the proposition of sound theoretical models, methodologies and best practices and aims to provide consultation on and promotion of the discipline.

 



 Topics covered include

  • E-banking trends/practices/adoption/benchmarking/case studies
  • E-financial/narrative reporting and accounting information systems
  • E-auditing, earnings management and reporting quality
  • Sustainability, intellectual capital, green/training and education
  • Outsourcing/process modelling
  • Business process reengineering, continuous improvement
  • Corporate performance/governance, bank risk management
  • Marketing, customer service/support/relationship management
  • Business strategy alignment, social/business networking
  • Push/pull/adaptive/personalised/ubiquitous/grid technologies
  • Web 2.0/semantic web, e-banking applications/portals
  • Free/open source software, intelligent agents, challenges/roadmaps for the future
  • Content/knowledge/intelligent management systems, metadata/content standards
  • Emerging technologies/tools, new generation applications, IT/government/strategy, security and control
  • Domain applications, front/back office

 

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Electronic banking: business issues

  • E-financial/narrative reporting and accounting information systems
  • E-auditing, earnings management and reporting quality
  • Sustainability, intellectual capital, green/training and education
  • Outsourcing/process modelling
  • Business process reengineering, continuous improvement
  • Corporate performance/governance, bank risk management
  • Marketing, customer service/support/relationship management
  • Business strategy alignment, social/business networking, IT/government/strategy, security and control
  • Knowledge/intelligent management
  • Islamic banking practices

Electronic banking: technologies

  • Front/back office
  • E-banking portals
  • Push/pull technologies
  • Web 2.0 and e-banking applications
  • Semantic web and e-banking applications
  • Adaptive and personalised technologies
  • Metadata and content standards
  • Free and open source software
  • Ubiquitous and pervasive technologies
  • Intelligent agents
  • Security
  • Content/knowledge/intelligent management systems
  • Emerging technologies
  • Grid technologies
  • IT strategy

Electronic banking: practices and applications in domains

  • Surveys of e-banking adoption
  • Benchmarking/best practices/case studies at regional/national/global levels
  • Domain applications
  • Tools/emerging technologies and new generation applications
  • Challenges for the future; specification of government policies for the promotion of electronic banking
  • Roadmaps for the future

 

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Objectives

The banking sector provides a key backbone for sustainable development, investment and finance. The technological explosion has resulted in a critical reconsideration of the deployment of information and communication technologies in knowledge-based economies. With an emphasis on the internal capacities and infrastructures of modern banking organisations and also on the external "outlook" of customers and businesses, IJEBank compiles complementary views of disciplines and promotes sound contributions to the theory and practice of e-banking.

 

IJEBank recognises the need to bring together academia and industry to explore all synergies and exploit all the benefits of applied research to sound business problems. Therefore, the ultimate objective of IJEBank is to bridge the theoretical approaches commonly found in academic research with the real needs of the banking sector and other economic sectors. IJEBank is not about electronic banking as a new verbalism. It is about e-banking as an applied domain with a great contribution to the knowledge society.

 

The main objectives of IJEBank are as follows:


  • To promote cutting-edge approaches and applications of ICTs in the banking sector and other economic sectors
  • To present state-of-the art/best practices/lessons learnt and case studies, with the aim of developing a critical knowledge repository for all those interested in e-banking
  • To contribute to the literacy of electronic banking by facilitating the sharing of ideas, and promoting the tacit and explicit knowledge and learning management dimensions of e-banking

Readership

IJEBank aims to establish value-adding knowledge transfer and personal development channels in three distinctive areas: academia, industry and government, which summarise the three pillars in which a scientific publication can play a significant role.


Contents

IJEBank publishes original research papers providing significant results and also short communications about innovative ideas, along with news, announcements and reviews regarding the topics of the journal


 

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Editor in Chief

  • Al-Sartawi, Abdalmuttaleb, Ahlia University, Bahrain
    (abdalmuttalebalsartawi@gmail.com)

      Regional Editor Asia

      • Liao, Ziqi, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong SAR, China

      Editorial Board Members

      • Abdou, Hussein A., Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
      • Albasheer, Aladeen, University of Georgia, USA
      • Alhababsah, Salem, Coventry University, UK
      • Al-Hamami, Alaa, Amman Arab University, Jordan
      • Al-Hamami, Mohammad, Applied Science University, Bahrain
      • Al-Hayale, Talal, University of Windsor, Canada
      • Al-Husseini, Essam, Esraa University College, Iraq
      • Alkalani, Fadi, Shaqra University, Saudi Arabia
      • Anam, Ousama Abdulrahman A., Qatar University, Qatar
      • Elamer, Ahmed A, University of the West of Scotland, UK
      • El-Masry, Ahmed A., Plymouth University, UK
      • Ferran, Carlos, Governors State University, USA
      • Gamage, S K Naradda, Rajarata University of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka
      • Gan, Christopher, Lincoln University, New Zealand
      • Hanoon, Azzam, American University in the Emirates, United Arab Emirates
      • Haq, Ihtisham ul, Kohat University of Science & Technology, Pakistan
      • Hussainey, Khaled, Portsmouth University, UK
      • Jaber, Raed, Zarqa University, Jordan
      • Nour, Abdulnaser Ibrahim, Al-Ahliyya Amman University, Jordan
      • Shihadeh, Fadi, Palestine Technical University - Kadoorie, Palestinian Territory, Occupied
      • Shiwakoti, Radha, Brunel University London, UK
      • Zou, Zongfeng, Shanghai University, China
      • Zureigat, Qasim, Sulaiman Al Rajhi Colleges, Saudi Arabia

       

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      Journal news

      • New Editor for International Journal of Electronic Banking

         

        Assistant Prof. Abdalmuttaleb Al-Sartawi from Ahlia University in the Kingdom of Bahrain has been appointed to take over editorship of the International Journal of Electronic Banking.