Value Creation In E-business Management: 15th Americas Conference on Information Systems, AMCIS 2009, SIGeBIZ track, San Francisco, CA, USA, by Matthew L. NelsonValue Creation In E-business Management: 15th Americas Conference on Information Systems, AMCIS 2009, SIGeBIZ track, San Francisco, CA, USA, by Matthew L. Nelson

Value Creation In E-business Management: 15th Americas Conference on Information Systems, AMCIS…

byMatthew L. NelsonEditorMichael J. Shaw, Troy J. Strader

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Recent economic, political, and technological forces are changing the landscape of electronic business and electronic commerce. Although great strides have been made over the past in understanding, researching and advancing e-business, rarely have we witnessed its use so profound and yet its limitations so pronounced, than what has been on global public display for the past 18 months. As a result, new e-commerce strategies and techniques are emerging, collaborative value creation is essential and e-business models are being refined and developed, with special attention towards IS in financial markets, health care and related institutions. It is for these reasons (and many more) that we are so particularly excited and grateful for the collection of papers included in this Value Creation in e-Business Management LNBIP volume number 36. The papers selected in this volume address these emerging e-business issues and are organized into four research lines: Business Models for the Digital Economy, Electronic and Mobile Commerce Behavioral and Global Issues, IS in Financial M- kets and Institutions, Web 2. 0 and E-Commerce and Collaborative Value Creation. The first group, Business Models for the Digital Economy, provides a closer exami- tion of business models from a rich mixture of segments in the IT industry. They - clude Hoyer and Stanoevska-Slabeva's business model types for enterprise mashup intermediaries, Riehle's 'commercial' open source business model, Chen's interesting comparison between i-Phone versus Kindles in electronic book sales, and Lyons and coauthors business models in emerging online services.
Title:Value Creation In E-business Management: 15th Americas Conference on Information Systems, AMCIS…Format:PaperbackDimensions:322 pagesPublished:July 20, 2009Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Business Models for the Digital Economy.- Generic Business Model Types for Enterprise Mashup Intermediaries.- The Commercial Open Source Business Model.- IPhone or Kindle: Competition of Electronic Books Sales.- Business Models in Emerging Online Services.- Business Model Design from an ANT Perspective: Contributions and Insights of an Open and Living Theory.- Customer-Specific Transaction Risk Management in E-Commerce.- An Evaluation of Multiple Perceptions of Digital Rights Management.- Electronic and Mobile Commerce Behavioral and Global Issues.- Consumer's Online Shopping Influence Factors and Decision-Making Model.- Generation Gap and the Impact of the Web on Goods Quality Perceptions.- How the Website Usability Elements Impact Performance.- Effects of Website Interactivity on Online Retail Shopping Behavior.- Trust-Building in Electronic Markets: Relative Importance and Interaction Effects of Trust-Building Mechanisms.- Pricing Strategy in Online Retailing Marketplaces of Homogeneous Goods: Should High Reputation Seller Charge More?.- Secure Mobile Support of Independent Sales Agencies.- IS in Financial Markets and Institutions.- People-to-People Lending: The Emerging E-Commerce Transformation of a Financial Market.- Forecasting U.S. Home Foreclosures with an Index of Internet Keyword Searches.- Organizing Equity Exchanges.- The Impact of New Execution Venues on European Equity Markets' Liquidity - The Case of Chi-X.- System Latency in Linked Spot and Futures Markets.- Web 2.0 and E-Commerce and Collaborative Value Creation.- Quantifying Users' Interconnectedness in Online Social Networks - An Indispensible Step for Economic Valuation.- Enhancing the Quality of Financial Advice with Web 2.0 - An Approach Considering Social Capital in the Private Asset Allocation.- Web 2.0 in SME Networks - A Design Science Approach Considering Multi-perspective Requirements.- Mashups: An Approach to Overcoming the Business/IT Gap in Service-Oriented Architectures.- Online Reputation Systems in Web 2.0 Era.- Evolution of Decision Rules Used for IT Portfolio Management: An Inductive Approach.