E-Commerce has brought about many changes in organizations and has had significant impacts on the quality of life that is experienced by individuals or even indirectly as members of society. The need to have fast and efficient information on products is crucial to our socially conscious and technologically dependent society; hence, information technology has increased the intolerable burden of handling the increasing amount of information and human errors which the society is expected to contend with. The Economic and Social Impacts of E-Commerce addresses issues associated with the advent of e-commerce, and its significance within society.
1. Trick e-business / Paul Taylor -- 2. The eonomic and social impact of electronic commerce in developing countries / Roberto Vinaja -- 3. Adverse effects of e-commerce / Sushil Sharma, Jatinder Gupta -- 4. The emerging need for E-Commerce Accepted Practice (ECAP) / G. Erwin, S. Singh -- 5. The theory behind the economic role of managing the strategic alignment of organizations while creating new markets / Sam Lubbe -- 6. Online customer service / Rick Gibson -- 7. E-commerce and executive information systems / Geoff Erwin, Udo Averweg -- 8. SMEs in South Africa / Eric Cloete -- 9. Key indicators for successful Internet commerce / Sam Lubbe, Shaun Pather -- 10. E-Learning is a social tool for e-commerce at tertiary institutions / Marlon Parker -- 11. Relating cognitive problem-solving style to user resistance / Michael Mullany, Peter Lay -- 12. Electronic commerce and data privacy / Sandra Henderson, Charles Snyder, Terry Byrd -- 13. Impersonal trust in B2B electronic commerce / Paul Pavlou.
Number Of Pages: 266
Published: 1st July 2002