Digital Future Review [en] - Auslandsbüro Kambodscha
Digital Future Review
Digital and mobile technology advances have delivered far-reaching economic and social benefits for companies and citizens. It changes the way we do business and consume. However, such development gains are far from automatic, and there are certain development challenges associated with the evolution of digitalization. Diverse sectors, predominantly finance, commerce, manufacturing and logistics, get disrupted by new inventions day by day. On the other hand, automatization may have certain impacts on Cambodian key industries, such as the garment and health industry, and may benefit primarily highly skilled and educated people.
The Digital Future Review
The Digital Future Review is a peer-reviewed research initiative, conceptualized to provide in-depth and evidence-based insights into the digitalization developments in Cambodia. Consequently, it goes beyond the traditional review character and engages people in face-to-face discussion and academic exchange.
- Formats: Case Studies, Commentaries, Research Articles (3.500 to 7.000 words)
- Open for Cambodian Nationals only
- Online and print publication
- Biannual: June and December
- Financial compensation of 200USD per contribution
Cambodia: The next Digital Economy?
How have business, consumption and industry changed in Cambodia over the last 10 years? And what will the future bring?
The first volume of the Digital Future Review will focus on related questions and cover areas, like E-Trade, E-Commerce, SMART Infrastructure, SMART Logistics, Manufacturing, Industry and Factories 4.0, Online Business, Online Consumption and related areas with focus on Cambodia.
- 1st of August Abstract Submission
- 15th of August Acceptance Notification
- 1st of October Final Article Submission
- Clear working title, topic and research question
- Clear and accurate significance/purpose of the paper
- Clear indication of research method (techniques and approaches)
- Captures interest of potential readers
- Language and grammar
- Word limit of 300 words
- Content and structure overview
Please send the abstract in word or PDF format to Mr. Robert Hör: