This volume in the "Advances in Management Information Systems" series offers a state-of-the-art survey of information systems research on electronic commerce. Featuring chapters by leading scholars and industry professionals, it provides the framework for understanding the business trends, emerging opportunities, and barriers to overcome in the rapid developments taking place in electronic business and the digital economy. Researchers, students, and practitioners - anyone interested in the current issues and future direction of electronic commerce, especially from the standpoint of information systems and information technology - will find this book to be an authoritative source of cutting-edge information. The volume is divided into four parts: Part I covers the fundamental issues of information technology standards and the transformation of industry structure; Part II focuses on B2B commerce; Part III investigates the management of mobile and IT infrastructure; and Part IV includes trust, security, and legal issues that undergird the success of e-commerce initiatives.
Table of Contents
Series Editor's Introduction, Vladimir Zwass; E-Commerce and the Digital Economy: An Introduction, Michael J. Shaw; Part I. Information Technology Standards and the Transformations of Industry Structure; 1. Measuring the Business Benefits of XML-Based Interorganizational Systems: A Co-Adoption Model Conducted by RosettaNet and the University of Illinois, Matthew L. Nelson, Michael J. Shaw, and Mary Schoonmaker; 2. Impacts of Standardization on Business-to-Business Collaboration, Barchi Peleg and Hau L. Lee; 3. The Impact of B2B Electronic Commerce Technology, Processes, and Organization Changes: Case Study in the Personal Computer Industry, Daniel E. O'Leary; 4. The Standardization Gap: An Economic Framework for Network Analysis, Tim Weitzel, Hermann-Josef Lamberti, and Daniel Beimborn; Part II, Emphasis on Consumers and Customization; 5. Extending Customer's Roles in e-Commerce: Promises, Challenges, and Some Findings, Stefan Klein, Frank Kohne, and Carsten Totz; 6. Human Factors and e-Commerce, Dennis F. Galletta; 7. Bundling and Unbundling of Electronic Content, Nevena T. Koukova, P.K. Kannan, and Brian T. Ratchford; 8. Current and Future Insights from Online Auctions: A Research Framework, Charles A. Wood; Part III. Management of Mobile and Information Technology Infrastructure; 9. Peer-to-Peer Technologies for Business-to-Business Applications, Furen Lin, Kai Fischbach, and Michael J. Shaw; 10. Topographical Leveraging of Sharable Services: The Concept of Capacity Provision Networks, Xianjun Geng, Ram Gopal, R., Ramesh, and Andrew B. Whinston; 11. Mobile Commerce: A Value System Perspective, Christer Carlsson, Bill Anckar, and Pirkko Walden; 12. Explaining the Success of NTT DoCoMo's i-Mode: The Concept of Value Scope Management, Detlef Schoder, Nils Madeja, and Christian Vollmann; Part IV, Trust, Security, and Legal Issues; 13. Trust in Online Consumer Exchanges: Emerging Conceptual and Theoretical Trends, Sirkka J. Jarvenpaa and V. Srinivasan Rao; 14. Spotting Lemons in the PKI Market: Engendering Trust by Signaling Quality, James Backhouse, Carol Hsu, John Baptista, and Jimmy Tseng; 15. Private Law on the Internet: The Performance of the ICANN/UDRP System, Jay P. Kesan and Andres A. Gallo; About the Editor and Contributors; About the Series Editor; Index.