List of Reviewers.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: E-Commerce in DCs: An Overview.
2: E-Commerce in Developing Economies: A Review of Theoretical Frameworks and Approaches.
3: Significance and Success Factors of E-Commerce in China and Russia: An Empirical View.
4: Challenges to E-Commerce Adoption in DCs.
5: Identifying Factors for Lack of E-Commerce in Developing Countries.
6: E-Commerce Development in China: An Exploration of Perceptions and Attitudes.
7: E-Commerce Adoption and Appropriation by SMEs in Sri Lanka.
8: E-Commerce in Developing Countries: Impediments and Opportunities.
9: E-Government in DCs.
10: E-Governance in Uganda: Experiences and Lessons Learned from the DistrictNet Programme.
11: E-Government and Its Impact on E-Commerce in LDCs.
12: National Culture and E-Commerce Adoption in DCs.
13: Cultural Interpretation of E-Commerce Acceptance in Developing Countries: Empirical Evidence from Malaysia and Algeria.
14: Cultural Differences, Information Technology Infrastructure, and E-Commerce Behavior: Implications for Developing Countries.
15: Mobile-Commerce Intention to Use via SMS: The Case of Kuwait.
16: Strategies for Successful E-Commerce Development in DCs.
17: An Economic Framework for the Assessment of E-Commerce in Developing Countries.
18: Guidelines for Preparing Organizations in Developing Countries for Standards-Based B2B.
19: A Proposed Template for the Evaluation of Web Design Strategies.
20: Case Studies on E-Commerce in DCs.
21: Electronic Commerce Reality in Tunisia.
22: Electronic Commerce in China: Can We Wake Up the Giant?.
23: Evolution of Electronic Procurement in Egypt: Case of Speedsend.com.
24: The State and Development of E-Commerce in Serbia.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.