Global Trends in E-commerce (Final Project Report)
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The Internet is dramatically expanding opportunities for business-to-business (B2B), Business-to-consume (B 2 C) e -commerce transactions across borders. For B2Ctransactions especially, the Internet sets up a potential revolution in global commerce: the individualization of trade. It gives consumers the ability to conduct a transaction directly with a foreign seller without traveling to the seller’s country. While this could be done in the past by post, telegram, phone, or fax, such sales were relatively rare because the consumer had to know in advance where to make contact and what to buy. The Internet allows sellers to put their storefronts, in the form of Web pages, in front of consumers all over the world. Technology has expanded t h e consumer marketplace to an unprecedented degree, and it will change the way we think about trade. The implications of this for economic development, globalization, and cultural exchange are immense. This creates opportunities for both consumers and small enterprises that must not be squandered. But for all the potential of global e-commerce, there are countless vexing policy questions to be worked out, any one of which can threaten the viability of this nascent form of trade. All of the Internet issues being debated in the United States—consumer protect ion, data privacy, taxation, content regulation, copyright, spam, technology deployment , and many more—need to be resolved at the international level as well .
However, unlike the United States, which has a federal government and a constitutional guarantee of free trade, global ecommerce faces two additional serious complications: no central international authority to make the rules and regulations and no uniform commitment to global free trade. Moreover, conducting electronic commerce across national border s adds many more policy issues to the mix—jurisdiction, customs duties, import and export restrictions , intellectual property licensing, and more—that are only now being examined.
- Executive summary
- Introduction of the topic
- Scope of the study
- Research methodology
- Conceptual Framework
- Global trends in E-Commerce
- E-commerce in India
- E-Commerce in Global Sourcing
- Security concern in e-commerce
- E-commerce: A Boon for the Current Economic Downturn
- Key Reasons for success of e-Commerce
- Factors affecting Distribution and form of Global e-commerce.
- Internet Adoption.
- Buying and selling
- Advertisement and searching
- Payment phase
- Brief review of literature on e-commerce.
- Summary & Conclusion
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