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eBook E-Commerce Economics ePub

by David D. VanHoose

  • ISBN: 0324128800
  • Category: Industries
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: David D. VanHoose
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: South-Western College Pub; 1 edition (January 4, 2002)
  • Pages: 544
  • ePub book: 1201 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1936 kb
  • Other: mbr lrf azw txt
  • Rating: 4.8
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Surveying the various ways that economics can be applied to electronic commerce, this unique book illustrates how the e-commerce revolution impacts the economy. The book's comprehensive coverage includes all relevant applications of e-commerce to the various fields of economics.

After studying this book, students will recognize problems that arise in the electronic marketplace, such as how to gauge the competitive environment, what products to offer, how to market those products, and how to price those products

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Core topics covered in the book include the underpinning of electronic commerce and the application of basic economic principles, including the theories of perfect and imperfect competition, to the electronic marketplace. Building on this foundation, the book discusses virtual products, network industries, and business strategies and conduct.

Taylor & Francis Ltd.

David D. VanHoose, American economics educator. Recipient Iddo Sarnat Best Article award Journal Banking and Finance, 1992, Best Article award Atlantic Economic Journal, 1995. Member American Economic Association, Southern Economic Association, International Atlantic Economic Society, Western Economic Association, North America Economic and Finance Society. Assistant professor economics Indiana University, Bloomington, 1984-1990. Professor economics University Alabama, Tuscaloosa, since 1990. Visiting scholar Board Governors of Federal Reserve Systems, Washington, 1988-1989.

This is one of the first texts on the market to provide a foundation for covering the important subject of electronic commerce within college and university economics curricula. Applying basic principles of economics, the book surveys the various ways that economics can be applied to the area of electronic commerce and how the e-commerce revolution affects the economy. It features full coverage of the implications of electronic commerce within the various areas of the discipline; balanced examinations of how basic economic principles continue to apply to the electronic marketplace and of how features of certain products sold in this marketplace have required rethinking some of those principles; and numerous current-interest features underscoring the real-world relevance of the study of e-commerce economics.