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Business-to-business adoption of eCommerce in China

Jing Tan, Katherine Tyler, Andrea Manica
2007 Information & Management  
It further analyzes the contextual and organizational factors that affect business-to-business eCommerce adoption in China.  ...  This paper analyzes eCommerce adoption by businesses in China from internal, external and contextual perspectives.  ...  The objective is to provide a validated predictor of business-to-business eCommerce adoption in China. This may then be applied to wider contexts.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.im.2007.04.001 fatcat:fl3myokn7feozoouhkow3tgdxm

Perceptions and Attitudes about E-Commerce Development in China

Antonis C. Stylianou, Stephanie S. Robbins, Pamela Jackson
2003 Journal of Global Information Management  
Management's viewpoint on a variety of environmental, organizational, and personal factors provides insight into the future of eCommerce in China within the framework of organizational commitment to eCommerce  ...  Findings indicate that firms interested in engaging in eCommerce in China will find a knowledgeable and supportive business climate; however, eCommerce initiatives may be hindered by constraints imposed  ...  Environmental factors, such as business-friendly government regulations and infrastructure improvements, are critical if eCommerce is to live up to its potential in China.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jgim.2003040102 fatcat:pbcsjyiuxfhlnaphzv4wnnaxhy

Modeling the Success of Small and Medium Sized Online Vendors in Business to Business Electronic Marketplaces in China

Shan Wang, Yili Hong, Norm Archer, Youwei Wang
2011 Journal of Global Information Management  
This paper explores the performance of Chinese small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) on Business-to-Business (B2B) electronic marketplaces (EMs).  ...  for online marketing, product innovation, eCommerce management, etc.  ...  In China, the number of online vendors has increased dramatically in recent years, due to both the heightened atmosphere for entrepreneurship and DOI: 10.4018/jgim.2011100103 increased eCommerce awareness  ... 
doi:10.4018/jgim.2011100103 fatcat:e7rh33prr5a6zgcg63xmchrhry

Alibaba's Digital Enablement Strategies in Rural China

Yenni Tim, Shan Ling Pan, Lili Cui
2017 International Conference on Information Systems  
The objective of this paper is to offer what we have learned from the rise of e-commerce in rural China to trigger a critical rethinking of the enabling role of technology, particularly on the way in which  ...  Based on our in-depth case findings of e-commerce adoption in Chinese villages, we unveil both intended and unintended consequences that arise from the adoption of e-commerce in rural China.  ...  Acknowledgements Funding for this research was provided by China's NSFC Joint Research Fund for Overseas Chinese Scholars in Hong Kong and Macao (71529001).  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/TimPC17 fatcat:sz2mgkimvnfnlheoqia6vaj7xe

The CPT Framework: Understanding the Roles of Culture, Policy and Technology in Promoting Ecommerce Readiness

Akhilesh Bajaj, Lori N. K. Leonard
2004 Problems and Perspectives in Management  
In this work, we synthesize lessons learned from economies that have already adopted ecommerce, and propose strategies that can be used to promote ecommerce adoption.  ...  Ecommerce has been readily adopted in more developed countries, but is still lagging in less developed nations.  ...  Chen and Ning (2002) examined constraints on ecommerce adoption in China.  ... 
doaj:c721226022f04892870bd23bd5503a22 fatcat:qeyhccs7zzda3jbifc4jwddqvm

E-commerce as a techno-managerial innovation ecosystem: Policy implications

Nagy K. Hanna
2016 Journal of Innovation Management  
E-commerce is thus an innovation when it is introduced to a new environment in an emerging market or when adopted by a new class of user industries.  ...  Innovation can be viewed as a adoption and dissemination of something new in a given context.  ...  is leading to increased adoption of ecommerce.  ... 
doi:10.24840/2183-0606_004.001_0002 fatcat:ygp6glaxvzfbho67bve2w7pdu4

Online-To-Offline (O2O) Business: Empirically Examining the Adoption Vs. Non-adoption

Jiwat Ram, Ashokkumar Manoharan, Siyao Sun
2019 Journal Europeen des Systemes Automatises  
The growth of Online-to-Offline (O2O) business is accompanied by a number of failures. Compounding the problem, theoretically-informed knowledge about "why firms adopt O2O" remains limited.  ...  The results show that firms adopt O2O to: (1) cope with the shift in marketplace (one from sellers to buyers) by adding flexibility and security into offerings, (2) improve engagement with customers through  ...  CONCLUSIONS O2O offers value added business solution to satisfy diverse needs of customers and businesses alike, resulting in a strong growth of O2O in China.  ... 
doi:10.18280/jesa.520212 fatcat:55ihxaixbvgldfq32q66jn7vvy

E-Commerce in Saudi Arabia: adoption and perspectives

Sadiq Sait, Khalid Al-Tawil, Syed Hussain
2004 Australasian Journal of Information Systems  
In 2001, a two year project was initiated to study the present influence of Internet on social, educational and business systems within the Kingdom.  ...  This paper reports on the consequent findings, which identify factors that may significantly affect the adoption of eCommerce in the Kingdom.  ...  Also the assistance rendered by Salman Khan, Mohammad Wasiq, Syed Sanaullah and Mohammad Faheemuddin throughout the duration of the project especially in the collection, analysis, and documentation of  ... 
doi:10.3127/ajis.v12i1.105 fatcat:tcyerk4mlzd5zkrneeqa6bvfna

Online Money Flows: Exploring the Nature of the Relation of Technology's New Creature to Money Supply—A Suggested Conceptual Framework and Research Propositions

Victoria E. Erosa
2018 American Journal of Industrial and Business Management  
Framing the analysis of Technology influences in an extended scenario of macroeconomic topics of the kind of Money Supply, attention is given to changes in economic paradigms that technology is constantly  ...  the matter fits with the stated research subject identified at a crossroad of Technology Theory, Business Theories and Monetary Theory.  ...  Interactions of Business and Management of Technology theoretical referents provide sustain to the idea in which the diffusion of ECommerce business models follows an adoption cycle for users-from being  ... 
doi:10.4236/ajibm.2018.82017 fatcat:yae4hoxc35fxxlgu4duxscnjd4

Are Chinese Online Consumers Different? An Investigation of Online Consumers' Repeat Purchase Intention in China

Hua Dai, Ruth C. King
2008 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
Given the gap of knowledge of eCommerce development in China and the understanding of consumer's repeat purchase, the purpose of this study is to develop a research framework and empirically test the analytical  ...  Comparing with developed country, the eCommerce development in China is still in the early stage So far no research has been devoted to investigating Chinese consumer's repeat purchase which is essential  ...  According to Martinsons (2002) , business managers in China sought to learn from the experiences of dot-coms and eCommerce development in US and other developed countries, but very few initiatives have  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/DaiK08 fatcat:6icujqau5vb7bmymfpss6nthbm

The institutional environment for B2B e-commerce adoption: a quantitative study of electronics and textiles firms in Greater China and the USA

Ling Zhu, Sherry M.B. Thatcher
2007 International Journal of Networking and Virtual Organisations  
Our analysis is based on survey data collected from electronics and textiles firms in China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and the U.S., reflecting business perceptions of institutional environments in emerging and  ...  of B2B e-commerce adoption.  ...  business with companies in Greater China.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijnvo.2007.012085 fatcat:6amzcsh2jbc2pl6erjdtzbsk4i

Barriers to Adopting Electronic Commerce for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in Emerging Economies

Muhammad Arsalan Nazir, Muhammad Azam Roomi
2021 Emerging Markets Journal  
of owner-managers' to examine various contextual challenges SMEs face in adopting e-commerce in emerging economies.  ...  The purpose of this review paper is to explore several types of barriers that influence the adoption of e-commerce by SMEs in emerging economies.  ...  The purpose of this paper is to examine the various barriers that hinder SMEs" adoption of ecommerce in emerging economies.  ... 
doi:10.5195/emaj.2020.203 doaj:0aea37018b33447ab20b218ef9468093 fatcat:agak34mcp5axnebnh4sedrlika

Influential factors of B2B E-Commerce Acceptance in SMEs' Structure and Process

Taiseera Al-Balushi, Saqib Ali, Ruqaya Al Badi
2012 International journal of information science and management  
Studying the effects of B2B e-commerce adoption on the SMEs process and structure is crucial for businesses.  ...  or internal factors of adopting e-commerce.  ...  It was found that UK had gained $1.6 billion in retail sales for the first time of adopting B2B ecommerce [2] , while when china identified the adoption in 1993; it earned 5.3 million from online sales  ... 
doaj:3afcf1b9ffc4437db841969774db3580 fatcat:6pae462ainhjxbus7j6y7mebi4

Globalization and E-Commerce in India: Issues and Challenges

Pooja Malhotra
2016 Social Science Research Network  
After China, another emerging Asian market in terms of e-commerce is India.  ...  Marketers have optimally utilized IT particularly internet and mobile applications to make their business global.  ...  Also, uncertainty around VAT implications in different states due to peculiar business models could cause issues Strategies Following are some of the strategies which ecommerce companies can adopt to  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2759762 fatcat:vnzn5izv2nhq7jpj7aertp7zx4

Revving the innovation engine in China, Japan, and the United States

James W. Gabberty
2004 Innovation: Organization and Management  
Corporate adoption of subsequent advances in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) have since promulgated worldwide.  ...  Corporate adoption of subsequent advances in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) have since promulgated worldwide.  ...  In fact, rather than providing a bridge between individual consumers and the retail channel, the Internet has instead been adopted more as a logistical aid in business-to-business (B2B) ecommerce than  ... 
doi:10.5172/impp.2004.6.1.78 fatcat:hy43wqfmhzhvhpa56nenluszaa
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