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E-Business Technologies in E-Market Literature

E-Business Technologies in E-Market Literature
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Author(s): Nikos Manouselis (Agricultural University of Athens, Greece)
Copyright: 2007
Pages: 28
Source title: E-Business Process Management: Technologies and Solutions
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Jayavel Sounderpandian (University of Wisconsin-Parkside, USA) and Tapen Sinha (Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México, Mexico and University of Nottingham, UK)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-204-6.ch004

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Abstract

E-business processes are implemented through existing, as well as novel technologies. This book chapter focuses on the field of electronic markets (e-markets), and studies the technologies and solutions that are applied and proposed in this field. In particular, the chapter reviews e-market literature in order to identify which are the technological trends that have appeared in the e-markets field during the last decade. A conceptual model that allows for the classification of e-market research literature according to a number of technical topics is first introduced. Then, e-market literature is reviewed, and the technologies that seem to be attracting more research attention are identified. Representative contributions are discussed, and directions for future research are indicated. The overall aim of this chapter is to provide a blueprint of the literature related to e-business technologies for e-markets.

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