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Databases and Information Systems
The success of the Internet has brought a large quantity of providers offering search and delivery services for scientific literature. ... The objective of this paper is to find answers to these problems and to develop an architecture for the integration of information services in the field of scientific literature under the premise of an ... We feel that although our studies have been restricted to the field of scientific literature, our approaches should give useful ideas to other kinds of markets. ...doi:10.1007/978-94-015-9636-7_12 fatcat:oz4wm6pbzrbnvcc3japnh74bgu
Providing and accessing scientific information will increasingly follow a strict market regimen. ... to maintain market transparency for customers and providers. ... In the next section we develop a reference scenario of a world of scientific literature and a university clientele of scientists and students, and derive the challenges for information provision in the ...doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-0761-3_5 fatcat:6ozvzpbdcvcjrburrz5bfxldje
BGR. Business and Government Review
Although break¬ ing with tradition in marketing literature, this definition conforms to a widespread scientific tradition of specifying a science by the kind of phenomena under inves¬ tigation. ... The seller is the trader who exchanges goods and services, or “limited purchasing power” for the “general purchasing power” of the buyer. ...
in the country, technological advancement, IT advantages, time saving obtaining a product/service in the local market and lack of opportunities to obtain a desired product in the local market. ... At the same time, upsurge of e-trade determines rising scopes of shadow economy in respect of favourable conditions for traders and service providers to operate in e-space evading tax paying. ... /service in the local market (mean rank 3.95) and lack of opportunities to obtain a desired product in the local market (mean rank 3.82) can be treated as significant for digital shadow consumption in ...doi:10.1016/j.intele.2016.02.002 fatcat:tdv76d6avndurctwag3bgjj2py
This paper analyzed the perception of e-commerce application services by construction material traders in Malaysia. Five attributes were tested: usability, reputation, trust, privacy and familiarity. ... Assumptions are made that traders have basic knowledge and exposure to ICT services. i.e. internet service and computers. ... On the attribute of reputation, most traders agree that the ecommerce service will improve their reputation and prepare them to compete with the globalized market. ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.1080958 fatcat:avepytewjrdwlc26bwzcvhuc6i
For example, some exchanges focus on trading services and even organize markets for stocks that they do not list. ... The idea, crystallized by Ellison and Fudenberg (2003) , is simple: when markets attract different types of traders and these traders prefer to be in a market with fewer traders of their types (in other ...doi:10.1016/j.ijindorg.2010.12.001 fatcat:mifsmxpigjcupfuaxrjboovhii
IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology
Because of this high failure rate of electronic markets, this research tries to more scientifically identify, from a thorough literature review of previous research, specific success factors that might ... be crucial for electronic market success. ... The literature base for the research is discussed in the second section covering theoretical contribution. ...doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35614-3_12 fatcat:a6bzauewojeq5ipcdt2hmu5fjm
It is of a theoretical and empirical nature. For the theoretical aspect, the world's literature on the subject was cognitively and critically analysed. ... previous relationships are perceived for producers and traders. ... Both research hypotheses were thus found to be valid for producers and traders, and not valid for service-providers. ...doi:10.29119/1641-3466.2019.136.3 fatcat:24rjb2qptrglxmwjz2527r5xvq
A literature search forms the basis of an examination of the functional scope of standard web shop software systems since 1995. ... The possibility of trading goods and services over the Internet has brought fundamental changes and opened new opportunities for both buyers and sellers. ... Neither a source nor a reference in print is given for this information. "ONLINE SHOPPING CARTS: THE STATE OF THE ART" from the year 2006 was examined as a scientific contribution  . ...doi:10.2174/1874133901105010008 fatcat:hvxyjxyqyza3hdutkcq5jrz7yu
The Journal of Business
Many experienced investors may have felt this distinction, in a general way, as indicated by their behavior even more than by their words, but all attempts which have been found to state it scientifically ... SUMMARY The distinction which has been developed herein between short-term or turn-in-the-market types of service, which seem futile, and long-term or intrinsic-value types of service, which appear useful ...
Trade is a complex phenomenon involving selling and buying of goods and services between two or more parties in consideration of cash and cash equivalents. ... Due to non-existence of any central marketing facility or an auction market in the country, the price of the commodity is dictated by the terminal markets in India and local farmers including DADOs and ... India is the main destination for Nepal's exports and also main competitor in the world market. For supply chain, there were found to be lack of traders. ...doi:10.31080/asag.2019.03.0575 fatcat:vizeuef4rrewbkxbudqth6r3c4
Traders also follow a particular sequence in attending a set of markets over a region. ... One of the many ways in which geographical space is divided, at least in the countries of the Third World for the provision of rural services, is through the existence of periodic markets. ...
E-shops, social networks and websites are the channels, most commonly engaged for acquisition of goods/services in digital space; the categories of goods/services acquired by these channels include clothing ... purchasers, and deprives legal traders/service providers from the revenue that could be officially accounted, calculated and declared. ... desired product in the local market and time saving in comparison to acquisition of a product/service in the local market. ...doi:10.3846/16111699.2016.1214620 fatcat:ynjmuljqsnbtxnp6boe63cku3u
Scientific literature does not contain any universal definition of digital shadow economy. ... Participation in digital shadow economy is voluntary and mutually beneficial to both transaction parties (a trader and a consumer). ... Special attention should be drawn to interpretation of Cronbach alpha coefficient in the scientific literature. ...doi:10.1016/s2212-5671(16)30292-1 fatcat:gucx3kajtrfrxdikono5rz5j5q
KnE Social Sciences
The aim of this research was to describe the implementation of the concept of Islamic fairness in business by traders of the Az-Zaitun I Surabaya Sharia Market. ... Participatory observation also conducted to the traders. Secondary data are obtained from textbooks, scientific journals, and online articles that are relevant to this research. ... As for the handover of goods, all merchants' hands over goods directly. That is, all traders do not apply riba in trading. As for informant 4, only explained the cost of mailing services to buyers. ...doi:10.18502/kss.v3i13.4241 fatcat:nsmzyjfjr5b4dk2crqwvionhim
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