|Title:||Ecommerce in Least Developing Countries: Summary Evidence and Implications|
|Publisher:||Journal of African Business 9(2): 257-285|
|Abstract:||We undertook a review and classification of research on electronic commerce (e-commerce) in developing countries. We analyzed 181 articles published in a broad range of journals covering e-commerce, global information technology, and development issues. The analysis provides a roadmap that not only indicates the current state of e-commerce for development research but also identifies gaps and priorities for future research. This will be of significant value to both academics and practitioners who are working on, or plan to work on, e-commerce in developing countries.|
|Appears in Collections:||Department of Marketing and Consumer Management|
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