A Strategic Perspective of Internet Information Providers

@inproceedings{Lopes2000ASP,
  title={A Strategic Perspective of Internet Information Providers},
  author={Alexandre B. Lopes and Dennis F. Galletta},
  booktitle={Handbook of Electronic Commerce},
  year={2000}
}
Forecasters predict that the new century will usher in more extensive commercial impacts of the Internet that will dwarf those achieved in the late 1990s. Strategic models need to be applied to understand electronic commerce from two perspectives: one that emphasizes the structure of the entire industry, and one that emphasizes the contribution of the particular resources of an individual firm. This chapter provides structural and resource-based analysis of Internet information providers (IIPs… Expand
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