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Textual content offers vast literature on many theoretical themes which are of value to e-commerce examine in small to medium-sized companies. Hardcover, softcover to be had. DLC: digital trade.

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Anecdotal evidence from popular media has frequently reported that the coercive processes exist in some industries, particularly where large businesses dominate an industry network, such as vehicle manufacturing and oil exploration industries. The three processes of adopting new organizational practice, as suggested by DiMaggio and Powell (1983), also raise an important research question whether early adopters differ from late adopters in their motives or pressures of using e-commerce. We may expect the early adopters could be more likely due to the normative pressures, while the later adopters are more likely due to mimetic or coercive pressures.

Since then, much has been published from the perspective of information systems, marketing, and management. , marketing and advertising). In this section, we briefly describe the research findings and issues adhered. Technology Adoption of E-Commerce Given the nature of youth in this field and its evolution, it is not surprising that earlier research in this field has focused on the adoption of e-business in SMEs. These early studies of SMEs’ adoption of the Internet and e-commerce predicted how SMEs would benefit from this new technology.

Copying or distributing in print or electronic forms without written permission of Idea Group Inc. is prohibited. 30 Poon and Huang Section II Social and Cultural Impacts on E-Commerce Adoption in SMEs Copyright © 2004, Idea Group Inc. Copying or distributing in print or electronic forms without written permission of Idea Group Inc. is prohibited. Small Businesses as Social Formations 31 Chapter III Small Businesses as Social Formations: Diverse Rationalities in the Context of e-Business Adoption Tanya Castleman, Deakin University, Australia Abstract Small-business adoption of electronic business has been analyzed largely in conventional business terms such as benefits and costs, returns on investment, and competitive advantage.

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