What is it about?
This paper is a pioneering review of how and what type of B2B e-commerce practices diffused globally ... in most cases originating from USA. As of April 2015, full -text PDF was available at: http://goo.gl/D2zwmM
Why is it important?
Although lot of research on global B2B e-commerce has been done, this stands as a very significant pioneering example of the institutional factors that gave rise to and diffused B2B e-commerce worldwide.
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This page is a summary of: Determinants of the Global Diffusion of B2B E-commerce, Electronic Markets, March 2002, Taylor & Francis, DOI: 10.1080/10196780252844562.
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B2B Exchanges emerged as early and effective mechanisms for B2B e-commerce.
Google Scholar Page: Ruby Roy Dholakia
Rich portal into 3 decades of research into tech-markets-strategies-cultures-and-consumers, done at the University of Rhode Island (URI), led by Ruby Roy Dholakia, with publications by her and her local and global research collaborators. Also visit the related Google Scholar page of Nikhilesh Dholakia to see works with a greater focus on consumer culture issues in information and communication technology settings.
Consumers, Curators, and Curiousness: A New E-Biz+Physical-Biz model
Reviewing, recommending and sharing are popular online activities that shape platforms, social sites, and merchant sites. This venture, State X State, illustrates a new twist that combines e-biz and physical travel and tourism. It uses the approach of curated selection and presentation of sights, activities, places, happenings, merchants and products.
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