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Review: Information Technology and Organizational Performance: An Integrative Model of IT Business Value
We develop a model of IT business value based on the resource-based view of the firm that integrates the various strands of research into a single framework. Expand
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Post-Adoption Variations in Usage and Value of E-Business by Organizations: Cross-Country Evidence from the Retail Industry
We develop an integrative research model for assessing the diffusion and consequence of e-business at the firm level. Expand
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The Process of Innovation Assimilation by Firms in Different Countries: A Technology Diffusion Perspective on E-Business
This paper extends our previous studies on the assimilation of Internet-based e-business innovations by firms in an international setting. Expand
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Electronic business adoption by European firms: a cross-country assessment of the facilitators and inhibitors
In this study, we developed a conceptual model for studying the adoption of electronic business (e-business) at the firm level, incorporating six adoption facilitators and inhibitors, based on the technology–organization–environment theoretical framework. Expand
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Executives’ Perceptions of the Business Value of Information Technology: A Process-Oriented Approach
We develop a process-oriented model to assess the impacts of IT on critical business activities within the value chain. Expand
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Information technology and economic performance: A critical review of the empirical evidence
In mid-2000, IT capital investment began to fall sharply due to slowing economic growth, the collapse of many Internet-related firms, and reductions in IT spending by other firms facing fewer competitive pressures from Internet firms. Expand
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Institutional Factors in Information Technology Innovation
Innovation in information technology is well established in developed nations; newly industrializing and developing nations have been creating governmental interventions to accelerate IT innovationExpand
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Information Technology Payoff in E-Business Environments: An International Perspective on Value Creation of E-Business in the Financial Services Industry
We develop a research model and theoretical framework for assessing the value of e-business at the firm level. Expand
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e-Commerce Metrics for Net-Enhanced Organizations: Assessing the Value of e-Commerce to Firm Performance in the Manufacturing Sector
We developed a set of constructs to measure e-commerce capability in Internet-enhanced organizations. Expand
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Migration to Open-Standard Interorganizational Systems: Network Effects, Switching Costs, and Path Dependency
Migration to Open-Standard Interorganizational Systems: Network Effects, Switching Costs and Path Dependency RESEARCH PROJECT REPORT June 2005 KEVIN ZHU The Paul Merage School of Business, and CRITO University of California, Irvine 949.824.2619 Tel. Expand
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