- Gebundene Ausgabe: 468 Seiten
- Verlag: Cambridge University Press; Auflage: New. (17. August 2006)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0521848229
- ISBN-13: 978-0521848220
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 15,2 x 3 x 22,8 cm
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Global e-commerce: Impacts of National Environment and Policy (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 17. August 2006
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Review of the hardback: 'A model for the potential of international collaboration, Global e-Commerce represents an empirical landmark for the cross-national comparative study of electronic commerce. It will be a centrepiece for courses, and inform debate over the role of the Internet in social and economic development.' William H. Dutton, Director of the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford
Review of the hardback: 'The world is not yet flat; it is bumped and dimpled. In this, the first comprehensive study of the international adoption and adaptation of the Internet, the authors find that rates and applications vary among countries. All subsequent research on the globalization of e-commerce must refer to this foundational work.' Richard Mason, Cox School of Business, Southern Methodist University
Review of the hardback: 'E-commerce plays an important role in global expansion strategies seeking to tap into new growth opportunities. Global e-commerce sorts out the 'noise' of e-commerce and creates a solid knowledge base which companies can leverage in constructing their growth initiatives.' Nancy Burchfield, Technology Industry Consultant
Review of the hardback: 'This is the definitive book on the diffusion and adoption of e-commerce/e-business, using a process oriented model. It is the most authoritative and scientific analysis of the current level of e-commerce, with 200 in-depth interviews carefully selected from representative samples in ten countries. It is strongly recommended to scholars, managers and policy makers, who will all benefit from the lessons and insights provided in this groundbreaking book.' Niels Bjørn-Andersen, Director of the Center for Electronic Commerce, Copenhagen Business School
Review of the hardback: '… an informative and fascinating reference. In an ambitious study of eBusiness practices and associated value generation, eBusiness adoption and evolution are analyzed for ten developed and developing countries. Kraemer, Dedrick, Melville, and Zhu have created an eBusiness Atlas that provides a valuable resource for IT strategic planners, economic development planners and policy makers.' Phil Tierney, Intel Innovation Centre
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Are the Internet and e-commerce truly revolutionizing business practice? This book explodes the transformation myth by demonstrating that the Internet and e-commerce are in fact being adapted by firms to reinforce their existing relationships with customers, suppliers, and business partners.Alle Produktbeschreibungen
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But this is a useful book that takes it to the next level. It covers seven
countries, Japan, China, Taiwan, Germany, France, Brazil and Mexico
outside of USA. The book is a summary of the research at author's university.
I used this book to teach a course, "Managing Global E-Commerce" for the
past four years. I added the European discount airlines as the case studies.
Currently there are 60 discount airlines in the continental Europe, serving
500 million potential customers (European Union, they get to travel freely
without a VISA entry requirement). Students are working on their final projects
The book will be better if more practical examples were given.
One big difference between those two categories is that developing countries need more of their people to have access to electronic payment systems, like credit cards. The relative paucity of this in China is acting as a drag on the growth of e-commerce. Of course, this stems from many people in China having no credit history with banks or other financial organisations. In time, this problem can be expected to diminish.
The US is still shown to have a lead in innovation. Though Germany, especially, is seen as a very fast adopter.
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