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The Relationship between E-commerce and Supply Chain Management: An Executive Perspective

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Yuantao Jiang ; Shanghai Maritime Univ., Shanghai

The manufacture industry had utilized e-commerce for supply chains management (thereafter SCM) as widely as it could have. The paper is to increase understanding of the determinants for adoption of e-commerce in SCM within the China manufacture industry, and to test the value of e-commerce in supply chain structure. This study proposes that there is a positive relationship between e-commerce and SCM and that firms with a seamless integration between e-commerce and SCM will be more successful. Content analysis of directorate's report in annual report to shareholders of 138 manufacture firms was conducted to collect data. Data statistic methods were used to test the hypotheses to evaluate the relationship between e-commerce and SCM.

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Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, 2008. WKDD 2008. First International Workshop on

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23-24 Jan. 2008