Call for Paper

Important Dates

Easychair system open for submission:
1st February 2023

Submission deadline:
31st March 2023

Acceptance notification and registration:
30th April 2023

Deadline for final submission:
20th May 2023

Submission Instruction

CSWIM2023 accepts completed research papers only. Submitted papers will be peer-reviewed using a double-blind system and presented in a session format. The papers must not exceed 6 pages (approx. 3,000 words) and must conform to the CSWIM2023 submission template.

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The 16th China Summer Workshop on Information Management (CSWIM 2023) will be held in the city of Changsha, Hunan on June 24–25, 2023. The main goals of this workshop are to facilitate communication and collaboration of Information Systems (IS) scholars in China and around the globe and to deepen our understanding of the impact of IS and information technologies on individuals, groups, organizations, communities, and societies.

The theme of CSWIM 2023 is “Information Systems for Sustainable Digital Futures.” With the rapid pace of technological development, economic shift, societal movement, and climate change, we seek sustainable digital futures that improve the well-being of the people, the society, and the planet without depleting resources. To that end, CSWIM 2023 promotes information systems and related technologies to support sustainable development and create a more environmentally and socially responsible digital landscape. We encourage IS research that addresses a wide range of topics related to building a more sustainable future through information systems, which include (but are not limited to) using information systems to support economic growth, social equity, and environmental sustainability. With CSWIM 2023, we hope to bring together IS scholars with various research interests and research approaches, advance the field, and foster collaboration as well as exchange of ideas.

At CSWIM 2023, we welcome submissions of original research papers that address a diverse range of issues surrounding sustainable digital futures. The relevant topics include but are not limited to:

  1. Internet and the Digital Economy
  2. Digital Platforms and Ecosystems
  3. Information Systems/Technology for Healthcare
  4. Digital Security, Privacy, Ethics, and Resilience
  5. Green IS and Sustainability
  6. Human Computer Interaction
  7. Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Applications
  8. Data Science and Analytics
  9. Digital Innovation, Transformation, and Entrepreneurship
  10. The Future of Work
  11. Blockchain and Fintech

CSWIM 2023 Co-Chairs

  • Yongmei Liu, Central South University, |
  • Bo Sophia Xiao, University of Hawaii at Manoa,
  • Nina (Ni) Huang, University of Miami,