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E-Business Management: Integration of Web Technologies with Business Models contains a collection of articles by leading information systems researchers on important topics related to the development of e-business. The goal is to enhance the understanding of the state of the art in e-business, including the most current and forward-looking research. The book emphasizes both business practices and academic research made possible by the recent rapid advances in the applications of e-business technology. The book should help graduate students, researchers, and practitioners understand major e-business developments, how they will transform businesses, and the strategic implications to be drawn.
Contributors. Preface. 1. E-Business Management: A Primer; M.J. Shaw. 2. E-Business and Beyond; R.W. Blanning. 3. The Neo-Intermediation; R. Kalakota, B. Konsynski. 4. Driving Forces for M-Commerce Success; J.J. Zhang, et al. 5. e-Business Management Models: Services Perspective from the Revere Group; T. Miller, et al. 6. Focus on Consumers: P&G's e-Commerce Strategy; M. Gribbins, et al. 7. Global Non-Production Procurement at Motorola: Managing the Evolving Enterprise Infrastructure; J. Gebauer, et al. 8. Supply-Chain Partnership between P&G and Wal-Mart; M. Grean, M.J. Shaw. 9. From the User Interface to the Consumer Interface; M. Cole, et al. 10. Information Foraging in Internet-Based Selling: A System Design Value Assessment Framework; J. Hahn, R.J. Kauffman. 11. Initiatives for Building e-Loyalty: A Proposed Framework and Research Issues; P.K. Kannan, et al. 12. Web-based Recommendation Systems for Personalized e-Commerce Shopping; Chih-Ping Wei, et al. 13. A Survey on the Industry Sponsored e-Marketplaces; H.-L. Chang, et al. 14. Trading Financial Derivatives on the Web - An Approach Towards Automating Negotiations on OTC Markets; M. Bichler. 15. The Dynamics of the Electronic Market: An Evolutionary Game Approach; S. Ba, et al. 16. A Strategic Analysis of Exchange Based B2B Networks; K. Tomak, Mu Xia. 17. Product Hardware Complexity and Its Impact on Inventory and Customer On-Time Delivery; G.Y. Lin, et al. 18. Reengineering Using 'Merge-in-Transit' for Electronic Commerce;D.E. O'Leary. 19. Modularized Interoperability in Supply-Chains: A Co-adoption study of RosettaNet's XML-based Inter-organizational Systems; M. Nelson, et al. 20. A Study on the Value of B2B E-Commerce: The Case of Web-based Procurement; C. Subramaniam, M.J. Shaw. Index.