International Trends & Issues
Edited By Stephan Böhm, Werner Quint and Peter Winzer
Since years, e-business research is subject of many conferences and publications. While researchers and practitioners often focus on e-business systems and applications, so far little attention has been given to the development of innovative and sustainable e-business models and solutions. This publication fills this gap by discussing the following key issues: What are challenges and opportunities for international e-business? What are the barriers and risks for companies implementing e-business models? How can they succeed in the long-term? In this context, this publication provides in-depth studies of consumer needs, cultural requirements as well as conditions of economic efficiency and successful implementation of e-business solutions. It is intended for e-business novices as well as advanced researchers and practitioners.
Stephan Böhm, Christoph Powilat
Mobile Readiness of Corporate Websites: A Cross-Country Analysis of Implementation Status and Performance Impacts
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User Experiences, Preferences, and Interaction Design of Intermodal Mobility Applications
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Application of the Technology Acceptance Model: An Investigation of Hotel Booking via Mobile Application from the Thai Market Perspective
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Using the Technology Acceptance Model and Cultural Values to Explain the Adoption of the GrabTaxi Application in Thailand
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