E-procurement in emerging economies: theory and cases

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Idea Group Pub., Jan 29, 2007 - Business & Economics - 342 pages
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Information systems are shaped by the environment in which they operate, and e-Procurement in Emerging Economies: Theory and Cases explains how e-procurement is shaped in emerging economies. Contributors from Italy, China, India, Turkey, Slovenia, Australia, and UK have submitted case studies and theoretical insights on e-procurement and its implications for emerging economies, covering a gamut of issues that are relevant to understand how Web-based function and services effect buyer supplier interactions in emerging economies. e-Procurement in Emerging Economies: Theory and Cases presents issues such as legal, technical, cultural and social analysis on e-procurement, and offers technical and managerial solutions to professionals in different emerging economies and industries.

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Chapter II
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Chapter III
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