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Proceedings of the 2006 InSITE Conference
Information systems development takes place within an economical context. However, the economical conditions, which shape systems development in practice, are hardly researched. In this paper we are investigating the question how a given price structure influences systems development projects. Our analysis is based on a multi case study and a Grounded Theory inspired research approach. Our work is informed by economic theories, which deal with the relationship of suppliers and customers anddoi:10.28945/3041 fatcat:ik4nnlm6c5ffhbmd3r35s6pmda