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Jutla, Dawn; Bodorik, Peter; Dhaliwal, Jasbir – Internet Research, 2002
Presents a conceptual model for governments in creating a climate that facilitates the national adoption of e-business. Focuses on the needs of small and medium-sized enterprises, suggests measures to assess how a country is performing in providing a positive e-business climate, and provides examples from Canada, The Netherlands, Norway, and…
Descriptors: Business Administration, Foreign Countries, Government Role, Measurement Techniques
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Detlor, Brian – Internet Research, 2001
Explores the influence of an organization's information ecology, or internal information environment, on a firm's electronic commerce initiatives and plans. Reports results from a case study investigation on the adoption and use of an e-commerce initiative, a corporate portal, by participants at a large Canadian company. (Author/LRW)
Descriptors: Adoption (Ideas), Case Studies, Foreign Countries, Information Management
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Raymond, Louis – Internet Research, 2001
A survey of 54 Canadian travel agencies identified various factors determining the assimilation of electronic commerce by small enterprises in the form of informational, transactional, and strategic implementation of a Web site. Results indicate informational implementation and transactional implementation are determined by the environmental…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Marketing, Organizational Development, Small Businesses
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Yerxa, Shawn W.; Moll, Marita – Internet Research, 1994
Discusses Canada's Public Advisory Council on Information Highway Policy (PACIHP) project, including attempts to involve the online community in policy making, the techniques used, the response, and the impact; and the Canadian regulatory and political environment. Thoughts are presented on the future of computer mediated communication and its…
Descriptors: Business, Change, Change Strategies, Citizen Participation