Call for Papers
CeDEM-Asia-20 will take place in May 2020 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government will be jointly organised by:
The conference will address the following issues:
- Ethics and A.I., Internet of Things, Data Governance
- Smart Cities, Social Media, Policies
- E-Government, E-Participation, Decision Making,
- Emerging Technologies, and other …
Call for Papers
The detailed Call for Papers will be out end of September 2019 and available at this webiste. Submission deadline will be end of December 2020.
General Submission Guidelines
The conference proceedings will be published and made available online under a Creative Commons License for open access. In addition, a selection of best papers and case studies from CeDEM Asia 2018 will be published with the OA eJournal of E-Democracy and Open Governement (www.jedem.org).
Submission will be via EasyChair.
Submission must be made in English. Authors can choose among the following categories:
Research papers, case studies and policy papers should be 12 pages maximum and will be peer-reviewed. If you submit in this category, please follow the instructions for peer-review as below.
Reflection papers, work-in-progress and ongoing research papers should 6 pages maximum and will be selected by the chairs.
Workshop proposals should be no more than 2 pages and will be selected by the chairs.
This is only relevant for papers submitted in the category research papers, political polarization workshop papers, case studies and policy papers: To ensure the integrity of the double-blind peer-review for submissions to this conference, every effort should be made to prevent the identities of the authors being known to reviewers. The authors of the document shall replace their names in the text, references, footnotes and metadata with “authors” only.
Contact and Questions
For any issues, please contact: