E-procurement in emerging economies: theory and cases
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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E-Procurement in Emerging Economies: Theory and Cases: Theory and Cases
Pani, Ashis K.
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Access to suppliers activities analyzed benefits business partners business processes ccTLD chapter Chinese competitive context Copying or distributing Copyright cultural digital divide distributing in print domain names dynamic e-business e-commerce e-government e-markets e-pro e-procurement adoption efforts e-procurement assimilation e-procurement system e-supply relationships e-tendering economic electronic commerce electronic data interchange electronic forms emerging employees enterprises forms without written function global guanxi Idea Group Inc impact implementation of e-procurement implementing e-procurement India industry information systems infrastructure innovation integration inter-organizational interactions International Internet technology inventory IOIS Journal ment number of firms organisational organizations print or electronic procurement process public procurement purchase registered domains reverse auction sector Slovenia SMEs strategic structure subprocess supply chain Tata Steel TelcoX telecom terms of registered tion transaction cost Turkey users variables volume of e-transactions Web services