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Proceedings of the International Conference on Tourism, Economics, Accounting, Management, and Social Science (TEAMS 2018)
Despite the lengthy implementation periods of electronic procurement (e-procurement) as one of strategic public innovations, there is still a lack of empirical research on its potential benefits and outcomes in the context of governmental sector. Meanwhile, the examination about how the competitive environment affects e-procurement implementation is also remaining unclear. The present study aims to investigate the relationships between estimated cost of procurement, procurement type, number ofdoi:10.2991/teams-18.2019.37 fatcat:indbefr5uffdhi5k4znxf6hgt4