Journal of Strategic E-Commerce

Publishes theoretical and empirical works in E-commerce and E-government.

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Vol. 5, No. 1-2, January-July

Online Recruitment Attitudes and Behaviors of Job Seekers
ABSTRACT The Internet has changed the way companies conduct business, including how they attract and recruit employees. As a result, online recruiting has become a major Internet business tool. Companies can recruit online with their own websites,...
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Image Compression and Feature Extraction Using Kohonen's Self-Organizing Map Neural Network
ABSTRACT Data transmission over the Internet is prevalent and the development of efficient algorithms for compressing such data in order to achieve reduced bandwidth has been an active research. With increased demand for exchanges of audio, video...
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E-Commerce Disruptive Innovations in Charity and Non-Profit Fund Raising
ABSTRACT Philanthropic fund raising has evolved into a major business activity. Traditional models utilize one-on-one contact, direct mail, and telephone bank fund raising. Most e-giving and e-philanthropy companies' business models are simply the...
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Empirical Evidence on EBay Bidding Strategies
ABSTRACT EBay has become a global force in electronic commerce. Numerous books and articles have offered advice to potential buyers and sellers as to the most effective strategies for improving their prices. This study analyzes price data from eBay...
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Selling on Ebay: Persuasive Communication Advice Based on Analysis of Auction Item Decriptions
ABSTRACT The sellers of the over twelve million products listed on eBay every day are hoping to receive the highest possible price. An analysis of product descriptions leads to the conclusion that readability is the most important contributor to...
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The Impact of Domain-Specific Stop-Word Lists on Ecommerce Website Search Performance
ABSTRACT Search time is an important determinant of e-service quality. Consumers may abandon slow websites prior to purchase. Much like an index in the back of a book facilitates searching, a similar index, called an inverted index, facilitates...
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Vol. 4, No. 1-2, January-July

An Empirical Analysis of Web-Based Corporate Mission Statements
ABSTRACT Using the Business Week Global 1000, the largest U. S. firms were selected for inclusion this study. The statistical universe of this study consisted of the largest 424 American companies, based on market valuation. Researchers examined...
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The Role of Internet-Based Transactions in External Collaboration between Healthcare Trading Partners
ABSTRACT Increased collaboration between trading partners is a precondition for successful performance of a supply chain. This paper investigates whether Internet technology improves the level of collaboration between sellers and buyers, a dyad...
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Forecasting Practices in the Electronic Commerce Retailing Industry
ABSTRACT This article reports findings from a study of retail E-Commerce firms' forecasting practices. The majority of such firms prepare sales forecasts, and top managers and financial managers most frequently prepare the forecasts. Most forecasts...
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Development of an Electronic Data Interchange Model for Channel Management
ABSTRACT In this paper, the authors propose a new paradigm for distribution management based upon research and data collected over an eighteen month period through contributions made to an online conference sponsored by the Journal of Business and...
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Web-Based Training: A Marketing Perspective of Issues concerning Corporations and Customers
ABSTRACT Web-based training is an emerging service that is encroaching on traditional corporate and individual training systems. This paper reviews literature in an effort to identify key marketing and consumer behavioral conditions and issues unique...
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The Antecedents of M-Commerce Adoption
ABSTRACT The growth of Internet shopping has been attributed to rapid advances in technology and other influences such as convenience. We empirically investigate the relationship between demographics, ease of use, convenience, usefulness and enjoyment...
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Development of Web-Based Decision Support System for Business Process Reengineering in a Health-Care System *
ABSTRACT A web-based decision support system (DSS) can provide management with a strategic plan for business process reengineering (BPR) in a health-care system. An attempt is made to develop a DSS for designing, evaluating, and implementing a strategic...
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Vol. 3, No. 1-2, January-July

Electronic Music Downloads: What's an Industry to Do?
ABSTRACT Electronic music downloads (EMDs) continue to generate controversy in the recorded music industry. In the first years of the 21st century, sales of prerecorded CDs plummeted, and were blamed in part on peer-to-peer (P2P) filesharing of...
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The Role of Internet-Based Transactions in External Collaboration between Healthcare Trading Partners
ABSTRACT Increased collaboration between trading partners is a precondition for a successful performance of a supply chain. This paper investigates whether the Internet technology improves the level of collaboration between sellers and buyers, a...
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A Longitudinal Investigation of Spam: Pre-And Post-Can-Spam Legislation
ABSTRACT This study examined the impact of the Can-Spam Act of 2003. A review of tactics used by "spammers" to avoid filtering software and circumvent the legal requirements was examined. Tactics in this study include the use of counterfeit characters,...
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.Edu Dilema: The Web Accessibility Challenge Facing Public and Private Universities
ABSTRACT In the early days of the World Wide Web a popular metaphor used to capture the essence of the web was the frontier days of the American "Wild, Wild West." It was a wide-open, self-policing, unregulated frontier and newcomers had best beware!...
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Typosquatting-An Innovative Business Practice: The Law Does Not Agree
ABSTRACT The primary objective of this article is to address harmonizing business practices with traditional legal practices and current government regulatory initiatives as applied to Internet Law in resolving business disputes relating to "typosquatting."...
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Vol. 2, No. 1-2, January-July

B2B E-Commerce and Small Business Exporters
ABSTRACT This paper focuses on B2B e-commerce use by small business exporters. When a firm purchases products from or sells its products to other businesses over the Internet, it engages in B2B e-commerce. The purpose of this empirical study is...
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Can-Spam Act of 2003: How to Spam Legally
ABSTRACT With the growing use of the Internet for unsolicited commercial electronic mail (spam), many individuals and businesses are complaining about the time and effort necessary to delete such material from personal and business computers. Although...
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Associations between E-Business Models and Their Business Performances
ABSTRACT The right selection of e-business model is one of the most critical factors of e-business success and should be chosen carefully. However, little is understood about the association between e-business models and business performance. This...
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Assessing Cross-Industry Effects of B2B E-Commerce
ABSTRACT The productivity gain that an industry experiences by engaging in B2B e-commerce gets transmitted to other industries through input-output linkages. This paper considers a multi-industry equilibrium model that explicitly incorporates input-output...
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A Hybrid Web-Centric and Peer-to-Peer Architecture for Consumer-to-Consumer E-Commerce
ABSTRACT An exciting area of growth in the world of E-Commerce has been the rapid rise of the Peer-to-Peer (P2P) architecture. While popular, as witnessed by the widespread use of file sharing programs such as KaZaa and Morpheus, this architecture...
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A Longitudinal Analysis of the Privacy Policies of the Fortune E-50 Firms
ABSTRACT We examine the online privacy policies of the Fortune e50 firms to determine the extent to which online firms are committed to protect online consumer privacy. In addition, to determine the extent that the "dot.com bust", increasing consumer...
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