E-business is changing fast, along with the thinking behind it, and as yet there is no agreement on what should be taught on an e-business course and how. This revised and updated edition of a successful MBA-level text takes a strategic management perspective of e-business, although it also touches on related areas such as Internet marketing and IS. Stephen Chen focuses on the strategic implications of e-business and examines the strategies employed in a range of industries, providing a comprehensive review of current research and practice.
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Table of Contents
Preface to the second edition.
Preface to the first edition.
About the Author.
Chapter 1. Introduction to E-Business.
Chapter 2. The Basics of E-Business Technology.
Chapter 3. The Markets for Electronic Commerce.
Chapter 4. E-Marketing.
Chapter 5. The Economics of E-Business.
Chapter 6. Analysing the Industry Impacts of E-business.
Chapter 7. Developing an E-Business Strategy.
Chapter 8. Implementing an E-Business Strategy.
Chapter 9. Public Policy Issues.
Chapter 10. Future Trends.