Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research

Articles from Vol. 4, No. 1, April

Adding Semantics to Electronic Business Documents Exchanged in Collaborative Commerce Relations
AbstractIn order to support the execution of collaborative business processes, trading partners have to exchange electronic business documents. Since each partner has its own systems and culture, they could use different terms and metadata structures...
An Improved and Efficient Micro-Payment Scheme
AbstractThe rapid growth of data communications networks in recent years has led to enormous development in electronic commerce. Internet banking and trading are two important applications that execute financial transaction from anywhere in the world....
An Object and Performance Framework for Implementation of Web-Based Knowledge Sharing Technology
AbstractAny e-organization, whether it is commercial or governmental, requires a knowledge management support in order to achieve optimal performance. Many of the technologies that serve the operations of such organizations can also support knowledge...
Business Model Dynamics: A Case Survey
AbstractIn the turbulent world of e-commerce, companies can only survive by continuously reinventing their business models. However, because most studies look at business models as snapshots in time, there is little insight into how changing market-related,...
Editorial Notes
In this first issue of the fourth volume of the Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research (JTAER), we would like to discuss the development of the journal and highlight some the achievements obtained in the last three years:Inclusion...
E-Procurement in Hospital Pharmacies: An Exploratory Multi-Case Study from Switzerland
AbstractStructural changes and increasing market dynamics in the health care sector intensify the hospitals' needs for cost-savings and process optimization. The adoption of new information and communication technology (ICT) is thereby seen as opportunity...
Service Oriented Computing in Practice - an Agenda for Research into the Factors Influencing the Organizational Adoption of Service Oriented Architectures
AbstractThe paradigm of service-oriented computing (SOC) has emerged as an approach to provide flexibility and agility, not just in systems development but also in business process management. This modular approach to defining business flows as technology...
Stakeholder Power in E-Business Adoption with a Game Theory Perspective
AbstractThe likelihood that one organization can pressure the e-business adoption practices of other organizations depends on two conditions: there must be sufficient power difference between the organizations; and the ebusiness process benefit must...
Text Entry in the E-Commerce Age: Two Proposals for the Severely Handicapped
AbstractPeople with severe motor disabilities have extreme access difficulties with all kinds of web services especially when they want not only to surf the web, but also write some text, e.g., to participate in an e-activity. Several problems arise...

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