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Editors: Zhong Yuansheng, Chen Deren, Lin Yong, and Marcin Paprzycki
Book Description:
E-Commerce and E-Government have become known as the wave of the future for business all over the world. Whether large, small, or just starting, E-Comerce and E-Government have been the easier and more efficient way to handle business. This book brings together revised and expanded versions of eighteen papers selected from the 2003 International Conference on Management of E-Commerce and E-Government. This book presents leading edge research in this new and exciting field.

The ICMeCG 2003 has initially received a total of 176 submissions from Australia, China, Norway, UK, and USA. Unfortunately, risk of SARS prevented many authors from actually participating in the conference. The Program Committee of ICMeCG selected papers through a careful reviewing process. Although some papers remain devoted to conceptual and general discussion about e-Commerce management, many papers have adopted quantitative or formal analysis methods in their research. Results presented in these papers provide an important contribution, especially as compared with earlier research based on qualitative methods alone. This book presents cutting edge research in this new and exciting field.

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1.-Research on Management of E-Commerce in China; pp. 1-4
(Zhong Yuansheng, Marcin Paprzycki ,Liu Chenjun)

Chapter 2.-Management of Enterprise Services With Outsourcing Partners; pp. 5-16
(Ying Huang , Jen-Yao Chung)

Chapter 3.-A Case Study of E-Services Oriented Architecture Transition During Development; pp. 17-33
(Jia Zhang, Jen-Yao Chung)

Chapter 4-An e-Wallet System with Decentralized Management; pp. 35-50
(Kjell Olav Kaland, Chunming Rong, Yang Geng)

Chapter 5.-A Mobile-Location Based Framework for Secure E-Commerce and E-Goverment; pp. 51-65
(Johnson Thomas, Zhe Ming shen, Marcin Paprzycki, Martin Crossland)

Chapter 6.-Efficient Storing and Retrieving Electronic Catalogs for E-Commerce; pp. 67-76
(Wan Changxuan, Qian Zhongsheng, Lin Dahai)

Chapter 7.-Dynamical Monitor&Control of TAS Based on Mobile Internet; pp. 77-86
(Zhang Li, Zhong Chongquan, Zhang Liyong, Liu Zhenkun)

Chapter 8.-Application Service Provider Based Networked Manufacturing System; pp. 87-95
(Zheng Xiaolin, Chen Deren)

Chapter 9.-A Risk-based Authentication Model for Across ¨CCertificates in PKI; pp. 97-110
(Zhong Yuansheng, Liu Xiaohua)

Chapter 10.-Research on Knowledge Framework for Various e-Commerce Application Well-trained; pp. 111-121
(Chen Juhua£¬Hu Yong)

Chapter 11.-E-government Application Framework (EGAF); pp. 123-133
(Kong Min, Su Xinning, Zhu Yinfei)

Chapter 12.-Study on the Chinese Reform and E-government Adaptability; pp. 135-144
(Yang Wei)

Chapter 13.-Sincerity and Credit: the Basic Guarantee of Electronic Commerce; pp. 145-154
(Xu Shenghua)

Chapter 14.-Analysis of Factors Affecting Online Learning; pp. 155-165
(Cheng Shuqiang)

Chapter 15.-An Air Business School Practice in China; pp. 167-174
(Zhao Bing)

Chapter 16.-Design of Education Call Center; pp. 175-188
(Di Guoqiang, Deng Kun, Shu Lei, Wei Baojun)

Chapter 17.-Reengineering & Innovation of MS on E-busness in Chinese Enterprises; pp. 189-203
(Shu Wei)

Chapter 18.-Study on Training Pattern for the Banking-oriented e-Commerce Professionals; pp. 205-213
(Chen Yuebo, Qiu Xun)

Chapter 19.-Current Situation and Development Measures of the On-line Securities Trading in China; pp. 215-227
(Xu Runping)


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   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2006
   ISBN: 1-60021-324-3
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