Electronic Commerce: A Managerial Perspective

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9780132230155: Electronic Commerce: A Managerial Perspective

A core text for a one-semester course in Electronic Commerce, and a supplement for courses on the Internet or Information Technology.

Reflecting—and integrating—the authors' extensive experiences as academicians, consultants, and practitioners, this is the first college textbook entirely dedicated to Electronic Commerce (EC). A comprehensive overview and sourcebook of EC from an unbiased point of view, it describes what EC is, explains how it is being conducted and managed, and explores its major opportunities, limitations, and issues.

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This is the only text you need for Electronic Commerce. ELECTRONIC COMMERCE: A MANAGERIAL PERSPECTIVE 2002


ComprEhensive: It Contains 19 Chapters and 5 Appendices.

AppliCable: It Utilizes Practical Vignettes, Managerial Cases, and Hundreds of Exercises to Illustrate Concepts.

COmplete: It Integrates www.prenhall.com/turban—interactive Study Guide, Technology Updates, and Added Appendices.

Managerial: It Emphasizes E-Commerce Application and Implementation through Business Models and Technology Essentials.

Multinational: It Stresses the Importance of Global Competition, Partnerships, and Electronic Importing and Exporting.

CurrEnt: It Details Auctions, B2B, the Digital Economy, Mobile Commerce, Wireless Systems, and Intelligence Agents.

Real: It Highlights Industry Examples of Corporations, Small Businesses, Government, and Not-For-Profit Agencies.

InterdisCiplinary: It Provides Functional Perspective from Business Disciplines, Computer Science, Law, Economics, and Sociology.


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