Table of Contents
Preface. Committees. Reviewers. Acknowledgements. Session One: eGovernment. 1. Online Voting-Not only a Technical Challenge; P. Karger. 2. The Impact of a Continuous Replenishment Program on Organisational Flexibility; E. Kopanaki, S. Smithson. 3. Using Competitive Intelligence to Develop an Automated Visa Approval System; K. M. Shelfe,; J. M. Verner. Session Two: eMarkets. 4. Design Components for Information Market Services: A Framework for Research and Practice; F. Wijnhoven. 5. A Multidimensional Dynamic Regulation Model for E-Marketplaces: DYNEX; L.V. Tavares, M.J. Pereira; J.S. Coelho. 6. Measuring to Manage Electronic Commerce Technology: Estimating the Return on E-Commerce Technology; T.J. Housel. 7. Systematic Design of an E-marketplace for Interior Products; H. ter Does, et al. Session Three: Trust. 8. On Long-Term Storage of Digitally Signed Documents; J. Ølnes, A.B. Seip..9. The Role of Trust in the Development of Web-based Customer Relationships; C. Lange. 10. Specifying and Analysing Trust for Internet Applications; T. Grandison, M. Sloman. 11. Integrating Model-based Security Risk Management into eBusiness Systems Development: The CORAS Approach; T. Dimitrakos, et al. Session Four: Fraud and Seccurity. 12. Frauds and Information Technology: Analysis of the Influence on Accounting and Company Systems; J.V. Alves da Cunha, E.B. Cornachione Jr. 13. State-Based Security Policy Enforcement in Component-Based E-Commerce Applications; P. Herrmann, L. Wiebusch, H. Krumm. 14. IT Security - A Crucial Success Factor for eGovernment! M. Rohde, A. Schmidt, T. Hauschild. Session Five: eBusiness. 15. The Supply chain Perspective of e-business Evolution; V. Manthou; M. Vlachopoulou; D. Folinas. 16. A Peer-to-Peer Business Model for the Music Industry; N. Gehrke, M. Anding. 17. Analysing e-business Models; J. Hedman, T. Kalling. Session Six: Design and Information Systems. 18. An Information Extraction Support System from BBS Using Topic Mapping Based on Structure of Conversation with a 3-dimensional Space; A. Hiramatsu, et al. 19. Towards a Generic e- Market Design; D. Neumann, et al. 20. Implementation Aspects of SET/EMV; P. Jarupunphol, C.J. Mitchell. Session Seven: eLearning 21. Initiating eLearning via Workflow Management; C. Simon, N. Reckmann, P.M.C. Swatman. 22. An e-Education Platform for Teaching-Learning Processes that are Difficult to Visualize; J. López, N. Cerpa, Y Farran. 23. Applying External Solutions to Organizational Development: eLearning as a Platform for Internal Growth; C.R. Unnithan, E.S.K. Chan, P.M.C. Swatman. Session Eight: eBusiness: B2C and C2B. 24. More Than Just a Lock in the Browser: A Global Consumer-Company Transaction Security Perspective; J.L.G. Barroso, C. Del Pino González. 25. Eye-Catcher or Blind Spot? J. Riegelsberger, M.A Sasse, J.D. McCarthy. 26. Development of a Framework for Risks and Security in B2C E-Business; A. Baird, R. Jamieson, N. Cerpa. 27. A Voucher-Integrated Trading Model for C2B and C2C E-Commerce System Development; M. Iguchi,et al. Session Nine: Technology and Design. 28. Harmonise: A Solution for Data Interoperability; M. Dell'Erba, O. Fodor, F. Ricci, H. Werthner. 29. Using Workflow-based Systems for e-Services Provision; S. Llorente, J. Delgado. 30. Local Area Network Management; S. Sirkemaa, R. Suomi. Session Ten: Public Services and Health. 31.Electronic Prescriptions: Developments in Finland; R.Suomi; L. Salmivalli. 32. Community Usage of the Online Conference Service: an Experience Report from three CS Conferences; T. Margaria, M. Karusseit. 33. Public Services: E-Governance and E-Health &endash; What are we really talking about? 'A Cure All for all Ills?'B. Roberts, G. Alsop. 34. Electronic Negotiations in a Highly Concurrent Environment; W. Picard, W. Cellary. Session Eleven: eBusiness: B2B. 35. More than just a transaction: Conceptualising industry-based networks for virtual trading communities; L. Wilkins, P.M.C. Swatman, T.Castleman. 36. Agent-based Bidding in Electronic Markets; D. Neumann, et al. 37. IS Innovation: Adoption of B2B e-Commerce; H.Z. Henriksen, K.V. Andersen, T. Pedersen. Session Twelve: Web Design. 38. The Myth of WebEDI; R. Beck, T. Weitzel,W. König. 39. A Web-Based Recommender System for end-of-use ICT Products; A.I. Kokkinaki, et al. 40. Extending Enterprise Portal Capabilities With a Workflow Meta-Component Framework; C.R.M. Silva, M. de Jesus Mendes. Session Thirteen: Application of eCommerce and eBusiness. 41.Managing Change Toward e-Business: Slovenian and Croatian Perspectives; A. Kovacic, A. Groznik, V.B. Vuksic. 42. Evolution and Success of Online Newspapers; M. Sááksjárvi, T. Santonen. 43. Electronic B2B Markets as an e-Business Model. Empirical Study in the Spanish Construction Sector; A.R. del Aguila Obra, S.B. Cámara, A. P. Meléndez. 44. The Evolution of e-Commerce Strategy and Supply Chain Management Practices in the Steel Manufacturing Industry; V.e Baker, et al. Session Fourteen: Procedures for eCommerce and eBusiness. 45. Argumentative Procedures in e-Commerce Environments; P. Novais, J. Neves, L. Brito, J. Machado. 46. Integration of Electronic Services in the Execution of Business Transactions; R. Alt, S. Zbornik. 47. Is The Answer to the Machine Really in the Machine? N. Lundblad.