Business Models for the Digital Economy - 
an AMCIS Mini-Track since 2000

AMCIS, the Americas’ Conference on Information Systems
is an annual conference of the Association for Information Systems (AIS)

The Mini-Track Business Models for the Digital Economy
has been organized since AMCIS 2000

This mini-track serves as a forum for the presentation and discussion of new and innovative approaches to business models for coping with the challenges of the digital economy and digital transformation of businesses, and beyond. We consider an economy based on the digitization of information and the respective information and communication infrastructure as the digital economy. These developments are creating and are requiring new types of business models. Value creation processes and structures will be altered radically and may be disruptive, new types of products, as well as services, are emerging. New technologies, such as blockchain or conversational interfaces, are important enablers. Therefore, this mini-track addresses all topics concerned with the analysis, design, development, implementation, evaluation, and control of future business models for the creation of economic value in the digital economy from a communication, organizational, business, economic, and managerial perspective applying a theoretical, conceptual, or practical approach.

Mini-Track Co-Chairs:

Hans-Dieter Zimmermann, FHS St. Gallen University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland (2000 - present)

Ian MacInnes, Syracuse University, USA (2004 - 2014)

Latest News:
The mini-track will be continued at AMCIS 2018!