Advanced Topics in Global Information Management

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Felix B. Tan
Idea Group Inc (IGI), 2002 - Business & Economics - 335 pages
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Advanced Topics in Global Information Management includes original material concerned with all aspects of global information management in three areas: Global Information Systems in Business Functions, Information Technology in Specific Regions of the World, and Management of Global Information Resources and Applications. The focus of volume two is to disseminate the evolving knowledge in these three broad categories while examining a variety of aspects of global information management. *Note: This book is part of a new series entitled Advanced Topics in Global Information Management . This book is Volume Two within this series (Vol. II, 2003).
 

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Contents

Chapter I Structural Influences on Global ECommerce Activity
1
Chapter II Beyond Models of National Culture in Information Systems Research
14
Chapter III Inquiry into Definitions of Culture in IT Studies
30
Chapter IV Methodological Issues in MIS CrossCultural Research
48
Chapter V The Role of Virtual Multicultural Teams in Corporate Culture
62
American West European Approach
87
Chapter VII Alternative Delivery Mechanisms in Distance Education
112
Chapter VIII New Challenges in Privacy Protection
125
An Exploration of Critical Issues
173
Mediterranean Evidence
207
Chapter XII An Overview of the Diffusion of Advanced Techniques
225
Perceptions of Developers from the United States and Japan
251
A Review of the Literature
268
Lessons for Developing Nations on the Role of Government
293
About the Authors
312
Index
318

Regional Perspectives
140
A Test of Cultural Influence Modeling
141

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