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AbstractWhile e-commerce has proliferated with the growth of the Internet, there have been insufficient research efforts concerning its status in Korea. The United States, in contrast, has made significant efforts in making empirical research on the consumer's adoption of e-commerce. This paper...
AbstractDeveloping countries are at a distinct disadvantage when competing with developed countries in the electronic commerce domain. Electronic services hold both peril and promise for developing countries as a means to expedite their entry into the world of cyber commerce, create value-added...
AbstractThe 'digital divide' between developed and non-developed countries in terms of adoption of new technologies and particularly the Internet and electronic commerce is a heavily debated issue. In this paper we examine its manifestation in the area of south eastern Europe which is in a less...
AbstractThis paper compares and contrasts the differences of gender on online shopping in three distinctive consumer markets: the United States, Finland and Turkey. These nations span the present range of cultural differences in the online world: developed nations, emerging technological niches,...
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