Encyclopedia of E-Business Development and Management in the Global Economy

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Lee, In
IGI Global, Feb 28, 2010 - Technology & Engineering - 1458 pages
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As globalization and competition pose new opportunities and challenges, firms strive to discover effective and efficient e-business models and applications to contribute to their sustainability, growth, and innovation.

The Encyclopedia of E-Business Development and Management in the Global Economy creates a repository for educators, researchers, and industry professionals to collaborate and discuss their research ideas, theories, practical experiences, challenges, and opportunities, while presenting tools and techniques in all aspects of e-business development and management in the digital economy. As the first and most comprehensive book to present aspects from the research, industry, managerial, and technical sides of e-business, this collection appeals to policy-makers, e-business application developers, market researchers, managers, researchers, professors, and undergraduate/graduate students in various academic disciplines.

 

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Contents

The Macroeconomic Impactsof EBusiness on the Economy
1
The Microeconomic Impacts ofEBusiness on the Economy
12
The Power Laws ofEnterprise 20
23
Prices on the Internet
36
A Further Review and Discussion
46
The Electronic Law ofOne Price eLOP
55
Definitions Sources and Effects
65
Avatar Theory
75
Integrating Alternative Frameworks
683
State of the Art and FutureResearch Directions
693
Reviewing the Effects onOnline Consumer Trust
701
The Importance of Gender ITExperience and MediaRichSocial Cues on Initial Trustin ECommerce Websites
709
Using the Internet to StudyHuman Universals
719
Recommendations for Marketing Managers
725
Exploring Video Gamesfrom an EvolutionaryPsychological Perspective
734
Evaluating the Relationship betweenPerceived Value Satisfaction and Trust
743

Relationship between SecondLife and the US Economy
82
EBusiness Adoption and itsImpact on Performance
95
B2B Website BenefitsRealization in Australian SMEs
106
An Empirical Analysis of ELearningAdoption at FirmLevel
115
Measuring the Quality ofEBusiness Services
125
Towards a Common Consensus
135
A Conceptual Framework
144
A Model of the Antecedentsand Consequences ofEProcurement
155
Global Online Performanceand Service Orientation
166
Electronic Funds TransferSystems and the Landscapesof Global Finance
178
Value Creation Roles
188
Identifying the Factors that Leadto a Successful Intermediaryin Electronic Commerce
198
A Framework for IdentifyingB2B EMarketplace Strategies
207
Electronic LogisticsMarketplaces
218
An AgentBased B2CElectronic Market in theNextGeneration Internet
227
Concept of an AgentBasedElectronic Marketplace
239
Concept of Mobile AgentBased Electronic MarketplaceSafety Measures
252
Time Constraints for Sellersin Electronic Markets
265
Towards Efficient Trust AwareEMarketplace Frameworks
273
Assessing RelationalEStrategy SupportingBusiness Relationships
284
Leading the OrganizationalDynamics of EBusiness Firms
296
Defining Organizational Environmentaland Innovation Characteristics
305
EBusiness Strategyin Franchising
316
Case of Economies at DifferentStages of Transition
325
Towards a Research Agenda
336
Part 1
347
Part 2
359
Creating Business OpportunitiesBased on Use of ElectronicKnowledge Business Models
370
An Emerging Model of FashionableECommerce at Promotional Prices
380
The TIAMARIA Framework forEnterprise Realignment
388
Architectural Model forSupply Chain Orchestrationand Management
399
A Bottomup Collaborative Business Model
408
Pragmatic Survey and Market Analysis
418
Uses Benefits and Analysis of Data
428
A Key Issue in TodaysCompetitive Environment
436
Effective Virtual ProjectManagement Using MultipleELeadership Styles
445
OnLine Credit Card PaymentProcessing and FraudPrevention for EBusiness
455
Virtual Stock Markets as aResearch Tool in Marketingand Management
474
Potential Benefits of AnalyzingWebsite Analytic Data
481
Teams of Leaders Concept ToLand EBusiness Operations
488
A Dichotomy of Online andOffline Activities
504
The Case of China
514
Scenario DrivenDecision Support
521
A Case Study
530
A Successful Story in ECommerce
541
Integrated Optimal Procedureof Internet Marketing
552
Managerial Successionand EBusiness
560
EBusiness and WebAccessibility
570
A Qualitative Approach
578
A Quantitative Approach
589
An Exploratory Study on theUser Adoption of CentralCyber Government Office ofthe Hong Kong Government
603
An Exploratory Study onthe Information QualitySatisfaction of Central CyberGovernment Office of theHong Kong Government
615
Visual Merchandising in OnlineRetailing Based on PhysicalRetailing Design Principles
628
Flow and Emotions
637
Web Atmospherics
647
Behavioral Variables
656
Major Moderating Variables
666
Consumer Information Sharing
676
Mobile Communications Mobile Marketing
752
Acceptance Factors
759
Exploring the Mobile Consumer
768
Mobile Customers Perceptions of PushBased vs PullBased Location Commerce
779
Perspectives and Issues
789
CrossService Approach
801
Service Discovery Techniquesin Mobile ECommerce
812
Perspectives on the ViableMobile Virtual Communityfor Telemedicine
824
SocioEconomic Effectson Mobile PhoneAdoption Behavior amongOlder Consumers
836
Mobile Agents in ECommerce
846
Mobile Telephony as aUniversal Service
854
Web Service DiscoveryComposition andInteroperability
861
Case Based Web Services
871
Web Services EContractand Reuse
883
Situational Enterprise Services
892
Social Networks and WebServicesBased Systems
902
Key Issues and Technological Drivers
908
Integrated Business ProcessDesigns and CurrentApplications of WorkflowSystems in eBusiness
918
Facilitating Interaction betweenVirtual Agents by ChangingOntological Representation
934
Modeling Collaborative DesignCompetence with Ontologies
942
EventDriven ServiceOrientedArchitectures for EBusiness
952
Exploiting Historical User RequestPatterns for Web Caching
963
A Long Tail Study of Website Requests
969
Incorporating KnowledgeManagement intoECommerce Applications
975
Case Studies in Public Domain DataKnowledge Representation
983
Design Elements andPrinciples for MaintainingVisual Identity on Websites
995
Designing eBusinessApplications with Patterns forComputerMediated Interaction
1002
A SOABased Frameworkfor InternetEnabled CRM
1011
A Data Mining Approach
1021
Efficient Service TaskAssignment in GridComputing Environments
1030
Policy Driven Negotiation toImprove the QoS in Data Grid
1041
More than a Penetration Divide
1057
European Perspectives Beyondthe Digital Divide
1068
Importance of Electronic RecordPreservation in EBusiness
1076
Lessons from Egypt
1086
Using Assistive Technology toEnsure Access to ELearningfor Individuals with Disabilities
1098
The Case of Pensions
1107
Technological and Regulatory Challenges
1117
Transgenic Forces in InternationalRealpolitik Space in 2050
1125
Sources Opportunities and Challenges
1138
Emerging Trends of EBusiness
1147
Virtual Commerce
1160
Implications for the Modern Business
1167
The Era of User GeneratedContent on Web Sites
1176
Web 20 Concepts SocialSoftware and Business Models
1183
Grounding Principles forGoverning Web 20 Investments
1193
The Development of EBusiness
1203
KM 20
1211
An Overview
1221
A Linguistic RecommenderSystem for AcademicOrientation
1231
Shifting into the Next Gear?
1244
Past Present and Future
1256
Status Quo and Future Trends
1266
Potential and Limits
1275
RFID Enabled B2B ECommerceTechnologies and Applications
1284
Index
1297
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In Lee is a professor in the School of Computer Sciences at the College of Business and Technology at Western Illinois University in the US. He is a two-time winner of the Research Excellence Award in the College of Business and Technology at WIU and is the founding Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of E-Business Research. He has published his research in such journals as Communications of the ACM, IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, International Journal of Production Research, Decision Support Systems, Computers and Operations Research, International Journal of Production Economics, Business Horizons, Knowledge and Process Management, Journal of Small Business Management, Management Decision, Computers and Education, International Small Business Journal, Computers in Human Behavior, Business Process Management Journal, Computers and Industrial Engineering, and others. Prior to his academic career, he worked for a number of multinational corporations, as well as serving as a consultant for various government agencies and private organizations. His current research interests include web technology development and management, investment strategies for computing technologies, and mobile services. He received his PhD in Business Administration from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. [Editor]

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