Proliferation of the Internet Economy

E-commerce for Global Adoption, Resistance, and Cultural Evolution

; Yogesh Kumar Dwivedi ; Michael D. Williams ; Nitish Singh

The explosive expansion of the Internet has led to dramatic shifts in the methodology of conducting business, allowing for instantaneous communication and activities. ""Proliferation of the Internet Economy: E-Commerce for Global Adoption, Resistance, and Cultural Evolution"" provides deep insight into the globalization of e-commerce and the minimization of the digital divide between developed and developing countries. Les mer
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The explosive expansion of the Internet has led to dramatic shifts in the methodology of conducting business, allowing for instantaneous communication and activities. ""Proliferation of the Internet Economy: E-Commerce for Global Adoption, Resistance, and Cultural Evolution"" provides deep insight into the globalization of e-commerce and the minimization of the digital divide between developed and developing countries. This book specifically addresses and explains the adoption and proliferation of global e-commerce.

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Concepts of e-commerce; Cross-cultural analysis of e-commerce; Cultural adaptation; Diffusion of e-commerce in developing countries; E-business and strategic advantage; E-commerce adoption; E-commerce diffusion; E-commerce for global consumers; Effect of proliferation; Resistance of Internet economy.

Om forfatteren

Mahmud A. Shareef is currently a Research Associate, Ontario Research Network for Electronic Commerce (ORNEC), Ottawa, Canada. He is also a PhD candidate in Management of the Sprott School of Business, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada. He received his graduate degree from both the Institute of Business Administration, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh in Business Administration and Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada in Civil Engineering. His research interest is focused on quality management of e-commerce and e-government. He has published more than 30 papers addressing adoption and quality issues of e-commerce and e-government in different refereed conference proceedings and international journals. He is the author of 2 book chapters in information technology handbook and has published 2 reputed books on quality management issues. He is an internationally recognized information technology (IT) consultant and has presented seminal papers in IT seminars. He was the recipient of more than 10 academic awards including 2 Best Research Paper Awards in the UK and Canada Yogesh K. Dwivedi is a Lecturer in Information Systems at the School of Business and Economics, Swansea University, Wales, UK. He obtained his PhD entitled 'Investigating consumer adoption, usage and impact of broadband: UK households' and MSc in Information Systems from the School of Information Systems, Computing and Mathematics, Brunel University, UK. His doctoral research has been awarded the 'Highly Commended Award' by the European Foundation for Management and Development (EFMD) and Emerald Group Publishing Ltd. His research focuses on the adoption and diffusion of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in organisations and society. As well as having presented at leading IS conferences such as ECIS and AMCIS, he has co-authored several papers which have appeared (or will be appearing) in international referred journals such as Communications of the ACM, Information Systems Journal, European Journal of Information Systems, Information Systems Frontiers, Journal of Operational Research Society, Journal of Computer Information Systems, Industrial Management & Data Systems and Electronic Government, An International Journal. He has authored a book on 'Consumer Adoption and Use of Broadband' and also co-edited a 'Handbook of Research on Global Diffusion of Broadband Data Transmission'. He is Senior Editor of DATABASE for Advances in Information Systems, Assistant Editor of Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy and member of the editorial board/review board of several journals including Journal of Enterprise Information Management, Journal of Computer Information Systems, Electronic Government, An International Journal as well as being a guest/issue co-editor of the DATABASE for Advances in Information Systems, Government Information Quarterly, Information Systems Frontiers, Journal of Enterprise Information Management, Journal of Electronic Commerce Research and Electronic Government, An International Journal. He is a member of the Association of Information Systems (AIS) and Life Member of the Global Institute of Flexible Systems Management, New Delhi. Michael D. Williams is a Professor in the School of Business and Economics at Swansea University in the UK. He holds a BSc from the CNAA, an MEd from the University of Cambridge, and a PhD from the University of Sheffield. He is a member of the British Computer Society and is registered as a Chartered Engineer. Prior to entering academia Professor Williams spent twelve years developing and implementing ICT systems in both public and private sectors in a variety of domains including finance, telecommunications, manufacturing, and local government, and since entering academia, has acted as consultant for both public and private organizations. He is the author of numerous fully refereed and invited papers within the ICT domain, has editorial board membership of a number of academic journals, and has obtained external research funding from sources including the European Union, the Nuffield Foundation, and the Welsh Assembly Government. Nitish Singh is assistant professor of international business at the Boeing Institute of International Business at Saint Louis University. Previously, he was a professor at California State University (CSU) Chico and headed the localization certification program there. His educational efforts in the field of localization have been supported by US Department of Education, CSU, Google, HP, IBM, Microsoft and other companies. He is the co-author of The Culturally Customized Web Site: Customizing Web Sites for the Global Marketplace. Nitish holds a Ph.D. in marketing and international business from Saint Louis University, an MBA from Pune University-India and an MA in Marketing from University of Glamorgan UK. He has been active in training and consulting in the field of localization for websites, international e-business strategy, doing business in China and India, and marketing to Hispanics online. Nitish is the recipient of research excellence awards from CSU and Saint Louis University and was named one of the top 10 reviewers for International Marketing Review. His research has appeared in the Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Business Research, Psychology & Marketing, International Marketing Review, Journal of Electronic Commerce Research, Thunderbird International Business Review, Journal of Advertising Research, Multinational Business Review, Journal of Consumer Behavior and others.