Electronic commerce 2006: a managerial perspective
For undergraduate and graduate courses in Electronic Commerce. For instructors looking for the most comprehensive, managerial, research based book on how corporate business uses e-commerce and less emphasis on technological underpinnings and development. Turban is the #1 best seller in the business school market.
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Introduction to ECommerce and EMarketplaces 1
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