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ELECTRONIC COMMERCE 2002 : A MANAGERIAL PERSPECTIVE

TURBAN, EFRAIM , H. MICHAEL CHUNG , JAE LEE , DAVID KING , MERRILL WARKENTIN

2002

BOOK
Category

COMPUTER SCIENCE

Abstract FOR ONE/TWO-SEMESTER COURSES IN ELECTRONIC COMMERCE. ONE OF THE FIRST TEXTS ENTIRELY DEDICATED TO EC, THIS COMPREHENSIVE, USER-FRIENDLY TEXT DESCRIBES WHAT ELECTRONIC COMMERCE IS; HOW IT IS BEING CONDUCTED AND MANAGED; AND ITS MAJOR OPPORTUNITIES, LIMITATIONS, ISSUES, AND RISKS. WITH A BLEND OF THEORY AND PRACTICAL APPLICATION, THIS TEXT IS STRUCTURED AROUND THE NOTION THAT EC APPLICATIONS REQUIRE CERTAIN TECHNOLOGICAL INFRASTRUCTURES AND OTHER SUPPORT MECHANISMS. IT RECOGNIZES THAT E-BUSINESS HAS TWO PARTS: BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY.

ISBN 0130984256
Author(s) TURBAN, EFRAIM , H. MICHAEL CHUNG , JAE LEE , DAVID KING , MERRILL WARKENTIN
Credits
Edition 2ND ED.
Year 2002
Publisher PRENTICE HALL
Type BOOK
Keywords COMPUTER SCIENCE
Language English
Collation 914 P., 30 CM.

Availability and Location Reserve

Copy No Library Stack Shelf Is Reference Status Return Date
1 Limassol D 6 No A 01/01/1970