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E-Commerce and V-Business

2nd Edition

By Stuart Barnes

Routledge

402 pages

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Paperback: 9780750664936
pub: 2007-06-04
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E-commerce and V-business examines the impact of the Internet and associated technologies on two related aspects of business: electronic commerce and virtual organization. Using a combination of recent theory and empirical evidence it demonstrates how forward thinking organizations are reaping considerable advantages from exciting new business models in these areas. Such models require radical rethinking of many aspects of traditional business. The book covers many of the critical and contemporary issues stemming from these important new developments. The collected papers in this book illustrate the wide variety of business opportunities afforded by e-commerce and virtual business. They describe and discuss the important issues that follow in the wake of an organization deciding to pursue consumers electronically and organize its operations virtually. It brings a good balance of theory and practical issues from different perspectives from different parts of the globe

Table of Contents

Section One: Recognizing the Potential of E-Business

The relativity of disruption: e-banking as a sustaining innovation in the banking industry
Albrecht Enders, Tawfik Jelassi, Andreas Koening and Harald Hungenberg

Online delivered content: concept and business potential
Claudia Loebbecke and Claudio Huyskens

Beyond the “eBay of blank”: next stage digital intermediation in electronic commerce
Alina N. Chircu, Robert J. Kauffman and Bin Wang

E-business and the intermediary role of virtual communities
P. K. Kannan, Ai-Mei Chang and Andrew B. Whinston

Assessing e-commerce quality
Stuart J. Barnes, Eduard Cristóbal, Frederic Marimon and Richard Vidgen

The value of Internet technologies and e-business solutions to microenterprises in Atlantic Canada
Charles H. Davis and Florin Vladica

The emergence of mobile commerce
Stuart J. Barnes and Eusebio Scornavacca


Section Two: Shaping the Virtual Organization

Defining the virtual organization
Lucas D. Introna and Dimitra Petrakaki

Inter-organisational innovations through inter-organisational information systems
Feng Li and Howard Williams

Structure, strategy and success factors for the virtual organization
Peter Marshall, Judy McKay and Judy Young

Web services as an enabler for virtual organisations
Oliver Prokein, Titus Faupel and Daniel Gille

Cross-cultural knowledge management at virtual interfaces
David J. Pauleen and Nigel Holden

Achieving advanced supply chain management through Internet-based electronic commerce
Robert B. Johnston, Horace Cheok Mak and Sherah Kurnia

Collaboration and conflict in the electronic integration of supply networks
Akos Nagy

Recognising the limits of virtual organizations
Lucas D. Introna and Dimitra Petrakaki

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
BUS000000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General
BUS041000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Management