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advanced topics in global information management, volume 3
Advanced Topics in Global Information Management, Volume 3
by M. Gordon Hunter and Felix B. Tan (eds)  ISBN:1591402514
Idea Group Publishing © 2004 (350 pages)

This is the third book in a series on advanced topics in global information management (GIM). It follows GIM research and progress, and how some scholars challenge the status quo.

 
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Advanced Topics in Global Information Management, Volume 3
Preface
Section I - Global Themes
Chapter 1- Information Technology and the Internationalization of the Firm
Chapter 2- Cultural Differences in E-Commerce: A Comparison between the U.S. and China
Chapter 3- Initial E-Commerce Efforts in Nine Least Developed Countries: Review of National Infrastructure, Business Approaches, and Product Selection
Chapter 4- A Contigency Theory for Online Consumer Retention: The Role of Online Shopping Habit
Chapter 5- Software and Culture: Beyond the Internationalization of the Interface
Chapter 6- Culture, Information Technology Choice and Empowerment: Revisiting the Interplay
Chapter 7- Using a GSS to Support Virtual Team-Building: A Theoretical Framework
Chapter 8- An Exploratory Study and Design of Cross-Cultural Impact of Information Systems Managers' Performance, Job Satisfaction and Managerial Value
Chapter 9- STP Technology and Global Financial Market: An Assessment Framework and a Case Study
Chapter 10- Evolutionary Stages of E-Tailers and Retailers: Firm Value Determinants Model
Section II - Regional Themes
Chapter 11- Fundamental Risk Factors in Deploying IT/IS Projects in Omani Government Organisations
Chapter 12- Legislation Systems Project: An Ethnographic Case Study of Computerisation and the Production of Legislation in Tasmania, Australia
Chapter 13- Adoption of Electronic Data Interchange in Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises
Chapter 14- How Can We Enhance Member Participation in Virtual Communities?
Chapter 15- The Role of Inter-Organizational Trust in B2B E-Commerce
Chapter 16- Perceptions and Attitudes About eCommerce Development in China: An Exploratory Study
Chapter 17- A Comparative Analysis of Major ERP Life Cycle Implementation, Management and Support Issues in Queensland Government
Chapter 18- Relationship of Some Organizational Factors to Information Systems Effectiveness: A Contingency Analysis of Egyptian Data
Index
List of Figures
List of Tables
List of Exhibits
List of Sidebars


 

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Advanced Topics in Global Information Management is the third in a series of books on advance topics in global information management (GIM). GIM research continues to progress, with some scholars pushing the boundaries of thinking and others challenging the status quo.

About the Editors

Dr. M. Gordon Hunter is currently an Associate Professor in Information Systems in the Faculty of Management at The University of Lethbridge. Gordon has previously held academic positions at universities in Canada, Hong Kong, and Singapore. He has held visiting positions at universities in Germany, USA and New Zealand. He has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. He received his doctorate from Strathclyde Business School, University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland. Gordon has also obtained a Certified Management Accountant (CMA) designation from the Society of Management Accountants of Canada. He is a member of the British Computer Society and the Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS), where he has obtained an Information Systems Professional (ISP) designation. He has extensive experience as a systems analyst and manager in industry and government organizations in Canada. Gordon is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Global Information Management. He is the Canadian World Representative for the Information Resource Management Association. He serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Global Information Technology Management, and the Journal of Information Technology Cases and Application.

Dr. Felix B Tan is a Lecturer in Information Systems at Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand. He serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Global Information Management. He is also the Editor of the ISWorld Net's EndNote Resources page and Vice President of Research for the Information Resources Management Association (IRMA). His current research interests are in business-IT alignment, global information management, management of IT, national information policy issues and cognitive mapping methods. He recently published two books--one on IT Diffusion in the Asia Pacific and the other on Global IT Cases. Prior to joining The University, he spent 10 years working in IS management and IT management consulting in Singapore and New Zealand.



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