publication . Doctoral thesis . 2001

Interorganizational Trust in Business to Business E-Commerce

Puvanasvari Ratnasingam, P.;
Open Access English
  • Published: 22 Nov 2001
  • Publisher: Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • Country: Netherlands
Abstract
textabstractMost previous research in the Information Systems discipline focused on information systems and technology, e-commerce applications such as Inter-Organizational Systems (IOSs), competitive advantages, and security issues. The emphasis on IOSs' gave rise to concerns about Inter-Organizational Relationships (IORs), as trading partners became aware of the social-political factors that affected their relationships. IOSs involve the sharing of e-commerce applications in different locations. When this study was initiated in 1997, universal standards were not fully developed. This posed a security concern for Small-Medium-Enterprises, particularly in Austra...
Subjects
free text keywords: EDI, Internet, business-to-business, communications, competition, customs, dyads, e-commerce, e-commerce participation, findings, manager, mechanisms, participation, risks, security, security-based mechanisms, technology, trading partners, transactions, trust
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3.4 Trust and Security Based Mechanisms in E-Commerce (Technology Trust)

3.5 Organizational, Economic and Political theories in IORs 3.5.1 Inter-Organizational Relationships Theory and Trust 3.5.2 Transaction Cost Economics Theory and Trust 3.5.3 Resource Dependency Theory and Trust 3.5.4 Inter-Organizational Systems to Inter-organizational trust

3.6 Perceived Benefits of E-Commerce 3.6.1 Perceived Economic Benefits of E-Commerce 3.6.2 Perceived Indirect Benefits of E-Commerce 3.6.3 Perceived Relationship Related Benefits of E-Commerce 3.6.4 Perceived Strategic Benefits of E-Commerce

3.7 Perceived Risks of E-Commerce 3.7.1 Perceived Technology Performance-Related Risks of E-Commerce 3.7.2 Perceived Relational Risks of E-Commerce 3.7.3 Perceived General Risks of E-Commerce

3.8 Extent of Participation in E-Commerce 3.8.1 Extent of E-Commerce Performance 3.8.2 Extent of the development of Trading Partner Relationship

3.9 Chapter Summary

6.2 Case Study Procedure 6.2.1 Research Objective, Question and Research Propositions 6.2.2 Sampling Procedures (Choice of Organizations - Cases) 6.2.3 Data Collection

6.3 Uni-directional dyad 1 6.3.1 Research Propositions of Uni-directional dyad 1

6.4 Uni-directional dyad 2 6.4.1 Research Propositions of Uni-directional dyad 2

6.5 Uni-directional dyad 3 6.5.1 Research Propositions of Uni-directional dyad 3

6.6 Uni-directional dyad 4 6.6.1 Research Propositions of Uni-directional dyad 4

6.7 Uni-directional dyad 5 6.7.1 Research Propositions of Uni-directional dyad 5

6.8 Uni-directional dyad 6 6.8.1 Research Propositions of Uni-directional dyad 6

6.9 Uni-directional dyad 7 6.9.1 Research Propositions of Uni-directional dyad 7

6.10 Uni-directional dyad 8 6.10.1 Research Propositions of Uni-directional dyad 8

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