|Editor-in-Chief:||James JJ Jiang, National Taiwan University, Taiwan|
|Managing Editor:||Jacob Chia-An Tsai, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan|
PAJAIS is an AIS journal that focuses on enhancing the knowledge in information technology management with an emphasis on the research and development in the Asia Pacific Region. It is a quarterly journal that will publish high-quality papers in information systems. PAJAIS invites submissions of original research articles and research perspectives in the Pacific Asia region.
To submit an article for consideration, please use our online review ScholarOne system.
PAJAIS has been selected to the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) issued by Thomson Reuters Corporation; it has also been included in the Journal Quality List by Australia Business Dean’s Council (ABDC) as a B journal and Academic Journal Guide by Chartered Association for Business Schools (CABS) of UK as a level 2 journal.
PAJAIS has been indexed by Scopus, EBSCO, ProQuest and DBLP databases. The ceaseless efforts by the Association for Information Systems, the Founding Editors-in-Chief and Editorial Board Members have brought steady growth in journal visibility and quality. We are very much looking forward to seeking out the highest quality and most influential research.
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Call for Papers
- Special Issue Call for Papers: Honor of Professor Ting Peng Liang's Lifetime Contribution to the Service Innovation Discipline - Submission closed.
- Special Issue Call for Papers: Artificial Intelligence-based digital transformation for sustainable societies - Submission closed.
- Special Issue Call for Papers: Mobile Decision Support and Analytics for Healthcare - Submission closed.
Current Issue: Volume 13, Issue 4 (2021)
Exploring the Role of Technology Affordance and Social Capital in Promoting Citizen’s Political Participation on Social Media
Vidushi Pandey, Sumeet Gupta, and Hee-Woong Kim
Transition from Offline to Online through Digital Resource Bricolage in A Health Crisis: A Case Study of Two Primary Schools
Miao Cui, Jinfang Qian, Xin Dai, and Mengjun Liu
Crowdlending in Asia: Lessons from Its Chequered History
Arif Perdana, Hwee-Hoon Lee, and Pearpilai Jutasompakorn