A Preliminary Meta-Analysis of SME-eBusiness Journal Publications : Current Trends and Future Research Opportunities Moving Beyond Adoption Factor Studies

@inproceedings{Parker2007APM,
  title={A Preliminary Meta-Analysis of SME-eBusiness Journal Publications : Current Trends and Future Research Opportunities Moving Beyond Adoption Factor Studies},
  author={Craig M. Parker and Tanya Castleman},
  year={2007}
}
Previous meta-analyses of SME-eBusiness journal research focuses on analysing adoption factors, pre-2000 articles and a small number of journals. This paper departs from this research by analysing 100 articles published between 2003 and 2006 in 41 journals on the basis of the research approaches employed, countries and eBusiness technologies studied, and research objectives focused upon. The paper presents preliminary insights into current major research trends based on this analysis, such as… CONTINUE READING

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