Electronic Commerce and the Implications for Market Structure: The Example of the Art and Antiques Trade

@article{Adelaar2000ElectronicCA,
  title={Electronic Commerce and the Implications for Market Structure: The Example of the Art and Antiques Trade},
  author={Thomas Adelaar},
  journal={J. Computer-Mediated Communication},
  year={2000},
  volume={5},
  pages={0}
}
In recent years, it has been widely stated that electronic commerce will signify the dawn of a friction-free market (Gates, 1995). Página 1 de 20 Electronic Commerce and the Implications for Market Structure 11/10/01 http://www.ascusc.org/jcmc/vol5/issue3/adelaar.htm Structural changes in markets, such as disintermediation, would occur due to the impact of electronic trade and electronic information exchange. As argued by Sarkar, Butler and Steinfield (1995), these statements are oversimplified… CONTINUE READING