Encyclopedia of E-Commerce Development, Implementation, and Management, Volume I

  • 18h 37m
  • In Lee (ed)
  • IGI Global
  • 2016

The convenience of online shopping has driven consumers to turn to the internet to purchase everything from clothing to housewares and even groceries. The ubiquity of online retail stores and availability of hard-to-find products in the digital marketplace has been a catalyst for a heighted interest in research on the best methods, techniques, and strategies for remaining competitive in the era of e-commerce.

The Encyclopedia of E-Commerce Development, Implementation, and Management is an authoritative reference source highlighting crucial topics relating to effective business models, managerial strategies, promotional initiatives, development methodologies, and end-user considerations in the online commerce sphere. Emphasizing emerging research on up-and-coming topics such as social commerce, the Internet of Things, online gaming, digital products, and mobile services, this multi-volume encyclopedia is an essential addition to the reference collection of both academic and corporate libraries and caters to the research needs of graduate-level students, researchers, IT developers, and business professionals.

About the Editor

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 three-time winner of the Research Excellence Award in the College of Business and Technology at WIU. 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 Information Technology and Decision Making, Decision Support Systems, 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 digital innovation, 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.

In this Book

  • Business Model Renewal for Manufacturing Firms and Emerging Technologies
  • Creating Business Opportunities Using Business Model Innovation Method to Enhance Online Knowledge Trading
  • The E-Business Model Generator
  • The Evolution of Intermediaries in E-Commerce
  • Intermediaries in E-Commerce
  • Online Dating—A Need for Regulation Regardless of Business Model
  • Towards a Typology of Business Models for NFC-Based Mobile Payment Services
  • Virtual Communities—Towards an Extended Typology
  • An Account of B2B E-Commerce Perseverance and Success
  • Advances in E-Recruiting—Sources, Opportunities, and Challenges
  • A Chronicle of an Unsuccessful E-Commerce Pioneer
  • Cybersecurity—What Matters to Consumers – An Exploratory Study
  • The Development of E-Commerce Management for the Book Industry
  • Digital Money in the Age of Globalization
  • E-Commerce—The Effect of the Internet and Marketing Evolution
  • E-Commerce Management in Emerging Markets
  • Electronic Disclosure Venues and Regulation Fair Disclosure
  • Empirical Investigation of E-Supply Chain Management Experience in North American Electronic Manufacturing Services
  • Exploring the Benefits of Web 2.0 for Healthcare in Improving Doctor-Patient Relationship
  • How to Promote Teaching Centers by Using Online Advertising—A Case Study
  • Knowledge Sharing Success Model of Virtual Communities of Practice in Healthcare Sector
  • Lurking and Information Sharing on E-Commerce Sites
  • Modelling Website Stickiness at Initial Encounters
  • An Overview of Search Engine Advertising Research
  • The Principle of Nexus in E-Commerce Tax
  • The State of E-Compliance for U.S. Retailers in Global Markets
  • Strategic E-Business Management through a Balanced Scored Card Approach
  • The Two Sides of E-Commerce, Selling and Buying: An Empirical Analysis at Firm-Level
  • What Is New York's Amazon Tax on Internet Commerce?
  • Commercial Websites—A Focus on the Essential
  • Creation of an Instrument to Measure Website Effectiveness Using the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP)
  • The Dimensions of E-Service Quality
  • E-Business Adoption in SME-Models and Determinants—A Comparative Review of UK and KSA
  • Evaluating Open Source Enterprise Resource Planning (OSERP) System—Toward a Stable E-Commerce Support
  • A Model to Demonstrate the Common CSFs in E-Commerce Business Satisfaction for Measuring E-Commerce Success
  • Navigating Practical Trade-Offs During Prototype Testing
  • Tradeoffs between Time and Monetary Attributes for Consumers' Shopping Channel Choices
  • Valuation Methods for RFID Investments
  • Barriers to Strategy Implementation
  • Do User-Generated Social Shopping Website Features Contribute to Website Aims?
  • E-Business Adoption by Small Tourism Firms and Shadow Economic Practices
  • E-Commerce in International Franchising
  • Implementing Electronic Commerce in Global Marketing
  • Must Online Retailers Constantly Innovate and Experiment to Survive and Prosper?
  • Old Strategies for Positioning in a New Market Segment—Co-Branding and Celebrity Endorsement in the Development of New Mobile Apps for Tweens
  • Price Strategies in a Big Data World
  • Pricing Strategies in Multi-Channel Retailing of Seasonal Goods
  • A TOE Perspective of E-Business Deployment in Financial Firms
  • Bilateral Multi-Issue E-Negotiation Model Based on Abductive Logic in E-Commerce Using DALI
  • Building Situational Applications for Virtual Enterprises
  • Design Elements and Principles for Maintaining Visual Identity on Web Sites
  • The E-Business Transformation Framework for E-Commerce Architecture-Modeling Projects
  • The E-Business Transformation Framework for E-Commerce Control and Monitoring Pattern
  • E-Government Implementation of Ontology-Based Public Domain Data Knowledge Representation
  • The Functionality of Online Shopping Site within the Customer Service Life Cycle—A Literature Review