E-Commerce and Development Report 2001
United Nations Publications, 2001 - Social Science - 252 pages
This important publication looks at e-commerce on an international level and presents compiled data from national statistical offices to provide consistent information. This publication is divided into four main sections. Part one reviews the facts and figures about electronic commerce. Part two assesses the impact of e-commerce on selected sectors including tourism, the business-to-business marketplace and the government. Part three reviews the e-commerce environment and practices. It looks at legal and regulatory developments, the management of payments and credit risks online and the logistics of delivering goods. Part four summarizes the e-commerce experience and opportunities by reviewing the ten least developed countries and also looking at China's ICT strategy.
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Measuring Electronic Commerce
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Box Page 1 A priority set of indicators for the business sector
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