The identification of the electronic commerce obstacles as studied by IranKhodro Corporation
- S. Azizy, K. Hosainy, Elahi, SH.
- commercial research vol 37, pp. 63-89 , 2006.
Electronic commerce (EC) is a worldwide mercantile moot point. Any nation that does not heed this cast of electronic trade can't vie with other countries in this field. That is why EC planning is one of the strategic undertakings wielded by most of the nations. One of the stages dealt with in EC schemes is the recognition of barriers inside the nation and the presentation of blueprints to obliterate them. The extant research concerns the identification of electronic business in Iran. The required data for pinpointing the aforementioned obstacles have been gathered from the statistical community comprising census virtuosos and other Iranian statisticians through questionnaire dispensation and they have also been canvassed for germane feedbacks and plans of action. The research upshots evince the fact that EC snags in Iran are as follows: security, legal and legislative quandaries and predicaments, customs office pickles and business plights, orismological stumbling-blocks, infrastructure deterrents and hardware curbs, quandaries germane to electronic and Internet disbursements, educational behavioral and cultural hitches, software and fiscal baulks.