E-Business is increasingly reshaping the way businesses operate across the globe. Globally, businesses in the banking and telecoms sectors have been re-engineering their value chains by adopting e-Business presence by means of dot com launches. The second half of the 1990s, however, saw both the rise and subsequent collapse of dot com entities as a major focus of investment interest, with consequent speculation over the viability of this corporate vehicle. The perceived increase in market capitalisation by means of these ventures during the boom period is now not so certain. In this paper, we report the results of a preliminary study which investigated the impact of dot com launches on market capitalisation within the banking and telecoms sectors of Australia and India.
Unnithan, Chandana; Swatman, Paula; and Brooks, Robert, "Do dot.coms Add Value: a preliminary study of the market capitalisation of Australian and Indian telecoms and banking sectors" (2002). ACIS 2002 Proceedings. Paper 24.