Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Comparison-Shopping Services and Agent Design: An Overview.
2: The Next Generation of Shopbots: Semantic Interoperability and Personalization.
3: A Mediation Architecture for Global Comparison Services.
4: The Efficiency of Different Search Patterns in Electronic Market.
5: Price, Product Complexity, and Durability in Comparison Shopping.
6: Evaluation of Fuzzy Models to Support Online-Trust Assessment.
7: Comparison-Shopping Channel Selection by Small Online Vendors: An Exploratory Study.
8: Comparison Shopping Behaviour in Online Environments: The Case of Spanish E-Shoppers.
9: Service Features, Customer Convenience, and Shopping Intention in the Context of Mobile Commerce.
10: How Good Is Your Shopping Agent? Users' Perception Regarding Shopping Agents' Service Quality.
11: Multi-Channel Retailing and Customer Satisfaction.
12: Evolution of Web-Based Shopping Systems: Characteristics and Strategies.
13: Exogenous and Endogenous Antecedents of Online Shopping in a Multichannel Environment: Evidence from a Catalog Retailer in the German-Speaking World.
14: Examining Online Purchase Intentions in B2C E-Commerce: Testing an Integrated Model.
15: An Exploratory Study of Consumer Adoption of Online Shopping: Mediating Effect of Online Purchase Intention.
16: Can Web Seals Work Wonders for Small E-Vendors in the Online Trading Environment?: A Theoretical Approach.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.