Perceptions and Attitudes about E-Commerce Development in China: An Exploratory Study

@article{Stylianou2003PerceptionsAA,
  title={Perceptions and Attitudes about E-Commerce Development in China: An Exploratory Study},
  author={Antonis C. Stylianou and Stephanie S. Robbins and Pamela J. Jackson},
  journal={J. Glob. Inf. Manag.},
  year={2003},
  volume={11},
  pages={31-47}
}
It is widely recognized that eCommerce represents a critical resource for most business organizations. With over 1.25 billion people and double-digit economic growth, China could potentially emerge as the largest Internet and telecommunications market in the world if certain economic, environmental, and organizational barriers are effectively addressed. This paper develops a descriptive profile of Chinese business managers with respect to their awareness of the technological infrastructure as… 

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