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Managing E-commerce and Mobile Computing Technologies


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ISBN: 1931777462
ISBN13: 9781931777469

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In recent years, electronic commerce technologies have been very instrumental to many organizations around the globe. Through the use of electronic commerce, now organizations of all sizes and types are able to conduct business without worrying about the territorial market limitations of the past. Additionally, mobile commerce technologies are further enabling such organizations to communicate more effectively with methods such as wireless technologies. In spite of the advancements, problems still exist with the technology. Therefore, Managing E-Commerce and Mobile Computing Technologies examines the challenges and limitations involved in implementing and using these technologies.


Table of Contents

Chapter I. A Concept for the Evaluation of E-Commerce-Ability

  Ulrike Baum?, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland

Thomas Stiffel, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland

Robert Winter, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland

Chapter II. M-Commerce: A Location-Based Value Proposition

  Nenad Jukic, Loyola University Chicago, USA

Abhishek Sharma, Loyola University Chicago, USA

Boris Jukic, George Mason University, USA

Manoj Parameswaran, University of Maryland, USA

Chapter III. E-Commerce Adoption in Small Firms: A Study of Online Share Trading

  Pak Yuen P. Chan, ATC Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, ROC, Hong Kong

Annette M. Mills, University of Canterbury, New Zealand

Chapter IV. Conceptualizing the SMEsˇAssimilation of Internet-Based Technologies

  Pratyush Bharati, University of Massachusetts, USA

Abhijit Chaudhury, Bryant College, USA

Chapter V. Strategic Issues in Implementing Electronic-ID Services: Prescriptions for Managers

  Bishwajit Choudhary, Norwegian BanksˇPayments Central, Norway

Chapter VI. Potential Roles for Business-to-Business Marketplace Providers in Service-Oriented Architectures

  Markus Lenz, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland

Markus Greunz, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland

Chapter VII. An Evaluation of Dynamic Electronic Catalog Models in Relational Database Systems

  Kiryoong Kim, Seoul National University, Korea

Dongkyu Kim, Seoul National University, Korea

Jeuk Kim, Seoul National University, Korea

Sang-uk Park, Seoul National University, Korea

Ighoon Lee, Seoul National University, Korea

Sang-goo Lee, Seoul National University, Korea

Jong-hoon Chun, Seoul National University, Korea

Chapter VIII. Extending Client-Server Infrastructure Using Middleware Components

  Qiyang Chen, Montclair State University, USA

John Wang, Montclair State University, USA

Chapter IX. E-Business Experiences with Online Auctions

  Bernhard Rumpe, Munich University of Technology, Germany

Chapter X. Implementing Privacy Dimensions within an Electronic Storefront

  Chang Liu, Northern Illinois University, USA

Jack Marchewka, Northern Illinois University, USA

Brian Mackie, Northern Illinois University, USA

Chapter XI. An E-Channel Development Framework for Hybrid E-Retailers

  In Lee, Western Illinois University, USA

Chapter XII. Organization, Strategy and Business Value of Electronic Commerce: The Importance of Complementarities

  Ada Scupola, Roskilde University, Denmark

Chapter XIII. Continuous Demand Chain Management: A Downstream Business Model for E-Commerce

  Merrill Warkentin, Mississippi State University, USA

Akhilesh Bajaj, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Chapter XIV. Web-Based Supply Chain Integration Model

  Latif Al-Hakim, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

Chapter XV. A Cooperative Communicative Intelligent Agent Model for E-Commerce

  Ric Jentzsch, University of Canberra, Australia

Renzo Gobbin, University of Canberra, Australia

Chapter XVI. Supporting Mobility and Negotiation in Agent-Based E-Commerce

  Ryszard Kowalczyk, CSIRO Mathematical and Information Sciences, Australia

Leila Alem, CSIRO Mathematical and Information Sciences, Australia

Chapter XVII. Deploying Java Mobile Agents in a Project Management Environment

  F. Xue, Monash University, Australia

K. Y. R. Li, Monash University, Australia

Chapter XVIII. Factors Influencing UsersˇAdoption of Mobile Computing

  Wenli Zhu, Microsoft Corporation, USA

Fiona Fui-Hoon Nah, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA

Fan Zhao, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA

Chapter XIX. Mobile Computing Business Factors and Operating Systems

  Julie R. Mariga, Purdue University, USA

About the Authors


              About The Author/Editor

Julie R. Mariga

Julie R. Mariga is an Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems and Technology at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, USA. Her areas of interest include collaborative computing, mobile computing and increasing under-represented groups in the Information Technology field. Professor Mariga is an award-winning teacher at Purdue University. She has won a university-level teaching award, two school-level teaching awards, and three department-level teaching awards. Professor Mariga co-authored the textbook Client/Server Information Systems: A Business Oriented Approach (1999), is a contributing author to The Internet Encyclopedia (2002), both of which are published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. She also has written 11 referred conference articles. Professor Mariga is a member of various professional organizations, including Information Resources Management Association (IRMA), where she served as track chair for Mobile Computing and Commerce, as well as Minorities in Information Technology, and International Association of Computer Information Systems (IACIS).