Project E-Society: Building Bricks

Project E-Society: Building Bricks

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13E 2006, the 6th in this series of IFIP conferences, marked the congregation of researchers and practitioners in the areas of e-Commerce, e-Business, and e-Government. The conference was sponsored by IFIP TC 6 in cooperation with TC 8 and TC 11. The conference provided a forum for researchers, engineers and interested users in academia, industry, and government to discuss the latest research, cutting-edge practice and upcoming trends in the growing areas of e-Commerce, e-Business, and particularly e-Government. Sophisticated applications as well as the underlying technology that supports such applications were discussed and demonstrated. The conference attracted a wide range of participants representing a significant community of researchers and practitioners from a broad range of countries. The conference was organized along parallel tracks, each track focusing on specific aspects of current research, industry applications, and public administration.This study, in the context of e-commerce, or more specifically the online purchase behavior, attempts to consolidate a cohort ... from Internet users who owned a credit card. The respondents came from all the State capitals in Malaysia, including Cyberjaya, which is the smart city of the Multimedia Super Corridor in Malaysia.

Title:Project E-Society: Building Bricks
Author:Reima Suomi, Regis Cabral, J. Felix Hampe, Arto Heikkilä, Jonna Järveläinen, Eija Koskivaara
Publisher:Springer - 2007-04-10


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