Electronic commerce has made unprecedented business transformations. The confluence of new technologies and business models provides significant research opportunities in information systems, enterprise technology, and the economics of information systems. By its very nature electronic commerce research is interdisciplinary, demanding research perspectives that go beyond traditional disciplinary boundaries. What is more, electronic commerce often requires innovative views and business practices to capture its ever changing manifestation.
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