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Conceptual evaluation e-commerce, objectives and the necessary infrastructure

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3 Author(s)
Khodadadi, M. ; Dept. Accounting, Islamic Azad Univ., Roudsar, Iran ; Jouzbarkand, M. ; Keivani, F.S.

Dimensions of the Information Age, that there are profound changes in economic relations between individuals, organizations and governments Made so that the new phenomenon called e-commerce And has changed many of the economic concepts and theories, As far as that goes forward, the economy will gradually replace the Internet economy, the traditional and conventional. E-commerce due to the speed, efficiency, cost savings, ease of communication, facilitate access to global markets, has opened a new arena in the world economy As far as is known Behind this new economic development, will lead to isolation in the global economy. The main purpose of this article, is familiar with the concepts of electronic commerce, This expression is the first e-commerce history, components and stages of its formation Is presented and the factors influencing the adoption of e-business, goals, benefits, risks, and infrastructures necessary to achieve it. The results indicate that electronic commerce is such an important economic benefits and consequences of such market to develop, enhance productivity, reduce transaction costs, create jobs.

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Application of Information and Communication Technologies (AICT), 2011 5th International Conference on

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12-14 Oct. 2011